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Anderson Anderson - Pete and Repeat - September 19, 2012

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Published on Sep 27, 2012

Mark and Peter Anderson, founding partners of San Francisco-based Anderson Anderson Architecture, presented "Pete and Repeat: Practice as Serial Reformatting vs. Core Competency" at the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning (B/a+p) on September 19, 2012. In this lecture, Mark and Peter discuss how their initial work -- on site-specific, one by one, hand built houses with individually designed and crafted parts -- expanded to experimenting with different systems of prefabrication. In turn this has ultimately led to their current work on issues involved with site specific off-site fabrication, as opposed to mass-fabrication. They review many of their residential, public, institutional and commercial projects including B-House in Shimasaki, Kyushu Island, Japan; Abiquiu House in New Mexico; Harvard Yard Child Care Center (a modular green school building); and Energy Neutral Portable Classroom, Honolulu, HI.

Since its founding in 1984 as a design-build construction company, Anderson Anderson Architecture (http://andersonanderson.com) has grown into a diversely experienced architectural firm with many complex projects of varying scales which are noted for a high degree of economy, creativity, and excellence in both design and finished construction. The firm's work has been widely published nationally and internationally, has appeared on television specials on PBS, CNN, and NHK Tokyo, and has won design awards from the American Institute of Architects, American Wood Council, Sunset/Western Home Awards, and the prestigious Progressive Architecture Award.

This lecture was sponsored by the University at Buffalo Graduate Student Association (GSA), GSA Architecture, and B/a+p.

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