Idyllwild Idyll

Thursday, September 14, 2017
Pearlman Cabin, Idyllwild. Architect: John Lautner. Copyright Ruth and Rick Meghiddo. All Rights Reserved

Walking through the many trails of Idyllwild provides an excellent source of learning from nature by going back to fundamentals, delivered by boulders and trees: life and death, change, the nature of materials, gravity, light and shadow, adaptation and wise economy of form.

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The Wright Way – An Overture

Friday, June 30, 2017
Wright in N.Y. b Rick Meghiddo

Why Wright now? What can a man born 150 years ago, tell to a young generation of architects likely to be responsible for the invention of the future? The following documentary is intended to emphasize the link between Wright ideas and the needs of tomorrow.

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Tongva Park and the Angelbird

Friday, May 5, 2017
Observation Point -Tongva Park - Copyright Rick Meghiddo. All Rights Reserved

Tongva Park in Santa Monica is a unique model of sustainability and Organic Architecture, sensitive to the site’s geological and human history. It was designed by James Corner Fields Operations to turn the area into “a new destination and gathering place of great social, ecological and symbolic value.”

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From Architecture to Urban Farming

Monday, December 26, 2016
Jean Phillipe Pargade Technical and Scientific School, Paris. Photo: Sergio Grazia, Rick Meghiddo

A Brief Story of a Vision “While doing research on solutions for sustainable mixed-use urban corridors, I came to foresee the advantage of incorporating a food-growth area integrated…

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What I See From Here

Monday, April 25, 2016
Porter School of Environmental Studies

The following video is an open-ended three-week visual diary (shot with an iPhone 6S Plus) of my come back to Israel after a fifteen-year absence. In spite of total distortions by the media, in spite of Israel’s many contradictions, inequalities and extremes, I found the country exceptionally better than when I left it, back in 2001. Its energy cannot be described neither visually nor in writing; it must be felt.

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