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Interviews with architects, artists and designers.

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Interviews with architects, artists and designers.

    Ep 31: John Patkau

    Ep 31: John Patkau

    John Patkau is an architect based in Vancouver.

    "I always seek out the opposite. I’ve always been interested in architects who are least like me – the ones who are most like me I find objectionable."

    • 55 Min.
    Ep 30: Shumi Bose

    Ep 30: Shumi Bose

    Shumi Bose is an architecture teacher, curator and editor.

    "[Curation] is the idea of taking care of a conversation. Whether that conversation is for students, for academic learning, or whether its for a conversation within a community, or within a broader public […] it’s a similar process of nurturing and selecting. So in that sense it feels like I’m doing the same thing - it’s the format that changes”

    • 46 Min.
    Ep 29: Tom Kundig

    Ep 29: Tom Kundig

    Tom Kundig is a director of the Seattle-based architecture practice Olson Kundig.

    "I think there is this danger in architecture, that it becomes so self referential and circular in its myopic position that it forgets that we’re really a part of a much bigger world. I’m actually more interested in that world than I am in the architectural world."

    • 51 Min.
    Ep 28: Farshid Moussavi

    Ep 28: Farshid Moussavi

    Farshid Moussavi is an architect and educator based in London.

    "I’m interested in buildings, not architects. The building is independent once the architect is gone, and that’s when the building becomes a more open and detached from notions of representation. I would say buildings are closer to how people understand contemporary art today. The interesting thing about art is precisely the fa that is is so polysemic - we stand in front of a piece of art and we will all take away different things from it, and I think buildings perform in a similar way."

    • 45 Min.
    Ep 3: Charlotte Cooper

    Ep 3: Charlotte Cooper

    Charlotte Cooper is a Psychotherapist, Cultural Worker and Fat Activist.

    “The therapy I do, and maybe therapy in general enables people to think about their lives in ways they hadn’t considered before. It’s about illuminating the dusty corners that they may have forgotten or overlooked, and showing them that there may be value in those places. […] We are in society, and we’re bound by the tensions and rules of society, but there's still a lot of space for agency and choice within those strictures.”

    This episode originally aired on 7 March 2018.

    • 51 Min.
    Ep 27: Deyan Sudjic

    Ep 27: Deyan Sudjic

    Deyan Sudjic is Director of the Design Museum in London

    “A friend of mine once said to me no magazine you’ll ever want to read will ever sell more than 8000 copies a month […] What was startling to find is that, when Zaha Hadid was by no means the establishment we did a show with her in my early days at the Design Museum, which sold 75,000 tickets. No book on architecture would ever sell that many copies - and it’s interesting what it is that makes this physical experience work in ways which text doesn’t.”

    This episode was recorded as part of the Architecture Foundation's Dodecanalle Summit in April 2019.

    • 45 Min.

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