The Architects' Corner is formerly a weekly design show presented on Sydney University Radio.
Currently the Architects' Corner find's itself produced for Sydney's FBi Radio.
This is a story of design, and the people that use that which is designed.
The designer: Conrad Johnston of Fox Johnston.
The non-designer: Tiger Webb
The Design: Cockatoo Island Amenities.
Yes, it's about toilets. This is a story about the most everyday of objects, one you never think twice about, and the thought that goes into making your daily deuce more pleasant.
This piece was produced for and episode of FBi Radio's Story Telling program, All the Best, called Everyday. For more information head to www.allthebestradio.com/ or www.fbiradio.com/
Through an unsolicited application, James Packer is now building one of the biggest developments in one of the nicest spots in Sydney. I caught up with Joe Agius, president of the NSW chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects to find out how the development at Barangaroo will be changing the urban space on the waterfront.
This peice was produced for FBi Radio's arts and culture program Canvas. For more information head to www.fbiradio.com
During his visit to Sydney during the Sydney Film Festival and Vivid I had the opportunity to chat with Eames Demetrios, grandson of Ray and Charles Eames. We cover a range of topics from the life and work of his grandparents, to his own work.
This piece was produced for FBi Radio's arts and culture program Canvas. For more information about FBi Radio head to www.fbiradio.com
This week on the podcast we talk about Media Architecture, its development and proliferation. We will also hear from Michael Baker and Sam Small on their Third Year Comms Project.
Michael Baker and Sam Small talk about their project Reeperbahn.
Martin Tomitsch of the Design Lab will talk about his work at Vivid 2012 and the relevance of Media Architecture.
Fantasy - MS MR
Monkey and Bear - Joanna Newsom
Freak Out/Starry Eyes - LCD Soundsystem
Get Lucky - Daft Punk
This week on the podcast we talk about sustainability, and its place in architecture.
What even is sustainability?
What is the future of sustainability?
Guests: This Weeks Guest was Matt Day of Day Bukh Architects. http://www.daybukharchitects.com.au/
Get Free - Major Lazer
On Top - Flume
Bloodbuzz Ohio - The National
Peaches - Presidents of the United States
Here it Goes Again - Ok Go
Sadie - Joanna Newsom
This week on the podcast we talk about Architecture as an Icon, and iconic architecture.
This Weeks Guest was Sam Marshall of Sam Marshall Architects. http://www.marshall.net.au/
Cotton - The Mountain Goats
Firewater - Django Django
The Suburbs - Mr. Little Jeans
Brighter than Sunshine - Aqualung
Juicy-R - The Notorious XX