40 min

Ep:#53 Reclaiming infrastructure space for people with Public City TIE Unearthed

    • Business

What is a monument? And what should it be?

What does it mean to invest in the value of metaphor in architecture and landscape architecture?

How is a Canadian architecture firm responding to the LGBT Purge, one of the longest and most harmful campaigns of discrimination conducted by the Canadian federal government against the LGBT community? Something few people know about today.

We cover off a lot in this episode. And my goodness it will get you thinking.

Today I speak with Liz Wreford and Peter Sampson, the co-founders of the Canadian architecture firm, Public City.

We talk about why architecture and landscape architecture should practice together as a family.

We hear what winning the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture proved to them both.

What it’s like working and living with your business partner – yes, Liz and Peter are also a couple.

And they talk to us about how authenticity, performance art and architecture came together as an award-winning combination.

The story, and the outcome, is incredible.

So throw on those running shoes, or grab that favourite beverage, and here are Liz and Peter.

And please don’t forget to let us know what you think of this episode, leave a review and subscribe.

And if you would like to be reminded of future podcasts and other inspiring stories from TIE, join our newsletter here. http://bit.ly/TIENewsletter

What is a monument? And what should it be?

What does it mean to invest in the value of metaphor in architecture and landscape architecture?

How is a Canadian architecture firm responding to the LGBT Purge, one of the longest and most harmful campaigns of discrimination conducted by the Canadian federal government against the LGBT community? Something few people know about today.

We cover off a lot in this episode. And my goodness it will get you thinking.

Today I speak with Liz Wreford and Peter Sampson, the co-founders of the Canadian architecture firm, Public City.

We talk about why architecture and landscape architecture should practice together as a family.

We hear what winning the Governor General’s Medal in Architecture proved to them both.

What it’s like working and living with your business partner – yes, Liz and Peter are also a couple.

And they talk to us about how authenticity, performance art and architecture came together as an award-winning combination.

The story, and the outcome, is incredible.

So throw on those running shoes, or grab that favourite beverage, and here are Liz and Peter.

And please don’t forget to let us know what you think of this episode, leave a review and subscribe.

And if you would like to be reminded of future podcasts and other inspiring stories from TIE, join our newsletter here. http://bit.ly/TIENewsletter

40 min

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