Dezeen has teamed up with design software brand SketchUp to launch a podcast series called Climate Salon, exploring the future of architecture and interior design in relation to the climate.
In this series, Dezeen’s design and environment editor Jennifer Hahn will speak to leading designers, architects and engineers about how they can utilise the tools available to them now to work more sustainably and make a positive impact on the climate.
The series will explore how people can work together across disciplines to achieve sustainability goals in a more meaningful way, as well as how to better educate future designers.
Climate Salon: Collaboration and co-creation as a tool for positive change with Anna Heringer, Thomas Bryans and Sumele Adelana
Dezeen and SketchUp’s Climate Salon podcast series is back with a conversation exploring how collaboration and co-creation can be used as a tool for positive change. The panel discusses the need for working cohesively when it comes to tackling an issue as complex as the climate crisis.
Hosted by Dezeen’s design and environment reporter Jennifer Hahn, the lineup of speakers includes German architect Anna Heringer, IF_DO co-founder Thomas Bryans and architectural designer and product specialist at SketchUp's Sumele Adelana.
Climate Salon: Designing diversity into buildings with Katy Ghahremani, Shawn Adams and Sumele Adelana
Dezeen and SketchUp's Climate Salon podcast series continues with a conversation with Make Architects' Katy Ghahremani, architect Shawn Adams of Poor Collective and SketchUp's Sumele Adelana exploring the link between sustainability and inclusivity. The panel discusses the role of architects in facilitating a just transition to a green economy and creating universal access to sustainable, liable and climate-resilient buildings.
Climate Salon: Forging a regenerative future with Sebastian Cox, Rikke Juul Gram and Hugh McEvoy
Dezeen and SketchUp's Climate Salon podcast series continues with a conversation with designer Sebastian Cox, landscape architect Rikke Juul Gram and SketchUp's Hugh McEvoy on regenerative design and how design and architecture can work in conjunction with nature to have a positive impact on the environment.
Climate Salon: Radical Sustainable Living with Tom Dixon, Siv Helene Stangeland and Sumele Adelana
Dezeen and SketchUp's new Climate Salon podcast series kicks off with a conversation with designer Tom Dixon, architect Siv Helene Stangeland and SketchUp's Sumele Adelana on how the choices we make in designing our homes, both inside and out, can encourage us to build and live in a more sustainable way.
Climate Salon: Trailer
Dezeen has teamed up with design software brand SketchUp to create a new podcast series exploring the role that architects and designers can play in tackling climate change. The six-part Dezeen x SketchUp Climate Salon podcast will bring together architects, designers and engineers to explore how to better collaborate across their respective disciplines to create a more cohesive response to climate change.
Bonus! Face to Face: Jean-Philippe Vassal
Pritzker prize-winning architect Jean-Philippe Vassal discusses the architectural approach of his studio in this special episode of Dezeen's Face to Face podcast.
This bonus episode of Face to Face features a previously unheard interview. Conducted by Dezeen's acting US editor India Block, Vassal sat down with Block ahead of his lecture at the Royal Academy of Art in London in 2019.
Vassal and his partner Anne Lacaton recently won the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize for their studio's body of work, which includes projects to refurbish rather than rebuild social housing.
We want more
When will we get another episode? This has been one of the best design podcasts!
Chen from architectural digest china edition
An architecture and design podcast worth listening to.
Really interesting. Thanks Dezeen!