26 episodes

An architect and an engineer discuss how the State influences development of the Built Environment, and consider alternative, non-aggressive means for resolving conflict and promoting cooperation in the development of the built environment.

Tim and Joe are twin brothers who have a combined three decades of experience delivering local and international construction projects.

Tim is a registered architect based in Boston who has designed and managed many projects throughout New England and New York.

Joe is an engineer based in Adelaide, South Australia, with multidisciplinary experience including mechanical, electrical, automation, and IT.

By applying ideas of anarcho libertarianism to topics including land use planning, zoning, cities, urban design, utilities, infrastructure, transportation, architecture, and design, Anarchitecture hopes to demonstrate that anarchism is conceivable, possibly achievable, and ultimately desirable.

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    • 4.8, 13 Ratings

An architect and an engineer discuss how the State influences development of the Built Environment, and consider alternative, non-aggressive means for resolving conflict and promoting cooperation in the development of the built environment.

Tim and Joe are twin brothers who have a combined three decades of experience delivering local and international construction projects.

Tim is a registered architect based in Boston who has designed and managed many projects throughout New England and New York.

Joe is an engineer based in Adelaide, South Australia, with multidisciplinary experience including mechanical, electrical, automation, and IT.

By applying ideas of anarcho libertarianism to topics including land use planning, zoning, cities, urban design, utilities, infrastructure, transportation, architecture, and design, Anarchitecture hopes to demonstrate that anarchism is conceivable, possibly achievable, and ultimately desirable.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Jhoffman2 ,

Underrated show!

Extremely underrated show, they tackle some very tough issues!

Hddjdjjabdhs ,

Awesome Ideas

Being familiar with most libertarian ideas, this podcast has a refreshing take on things that don’t get talked about as much in libertarian circles like community and aesthetics.
Sometimes the sound quality is hard for me to understand at my regular double-speed pace, and I’m not a huge fan of the soundboard sound-effects, but I it’s not anything that will stop me from listening. Keep doing what you’re doing guys!

I feel bad for Paul ,

Great topics

Great topics by well-informed, intelligent dudes. Enjoyed the quirky segue music

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