Running time: 31 minutes
Stanley Saitowitz is South African born and educated, but received his Master's degree in architecture at Berkeley University, California in 1977, and has been in practice in San Francisco since then. He continues to teach at Berkeley and has taught and lectured extensively elsewhere in the USA and abroad.
In his talk he details his architectural preoccupations and describes the many houses he has designed, as well as the California Museum of Photography and his latest completed project at the time of his talk, the exquisite New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston which he won in competition.
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