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Episode 19: SO - IL

15-01-2021

Episode 19: SO - IL

SO – IL (Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu) is a Brooklyn-based architecture firm founded by Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu in 2008. The couple represents one of the most inter-esting and original names among the young generation of architects. The philosophy that animates their work aims to dialogue with different cultures and countries, open to the world without any geographical borders.

Episode 18: Adib Dada - theOtherDada

01-01-2021

Episode 18: Adib Dada - theOtherDada

Adib Dada is a young Lebanese architect and founder of theOtherDada [tOD] Regenerative Consultancy & Architecture firm, which mission is - since 2010 - to activate sustainability and resilience thanks to projects across architecture, living systems, and art.  He is one of those professionals with a heartfelt environmental commitment. In our podcast, we talk about his various initiatives in Lebanon in a challenging moment for the country where the climate crisis and the urgent need for actions have to consider a complicated social and political situation. We explore his project Beirut RiverLESS, which aims to regenerate the deteriorated Beirut River.

Episode 17: Winka Dubbeldam Archi-Tectonics

18-12-2020

Episode 17: Winka Dubbeldam Archi-Tectonics

Winka Dubbeldam is a Dutch-American architect, founder of the New York-based Archi-tectonics, a firm that operates on multiple scales of investigation, ranging from object design, buildings to complex urban systems and urban planning. In 2006 with the partnership of Justin Korkhammer, new offices were opened in Netherlands and China. 

Episode 16: Julian Franke on Perception and Imagination of Architecture

04-12-2020

Episode 16: Julian Franke on Perception and Imagination of Architecture

In our podcast, we have spoken to many architects who gave a deep insight into making architecture. We also started looking into the other activities that help to get the architects’ message around, from photographers and critics to PR.  But there is still the elephant in the room: what about the perception and imagination of architecture. That is a crucial question if architecture isn’t meant to be done for its own sake but wants to fulfill its social function. Happily, some architects are looking into these aspects. One of them is our guest today, the German architect and philosopher Julian Franke.

Episode 15: Richard England

20-11-2020

Episode 15: Richard England

Richard England lives on an island, Malta, where he was born, a geographical area that has influenced his work with great resonance toward an architecture of silence, of spirituality and meditation. He graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan in the 1960s, and practiced in the studio of Gio Ponti, who at that time was also the editor of Domus magazine.

Episode 14: Writing about Architecture, Herbert Wright

06-11-2020

Episode 14: Writing about Architecture, Herbert Wright

Our podcast guest is Herbert Wright, a London-based writer covering architecture, urbanism, and art. He is a contributing editor of international Korea-based architecture magazine c3 and author of three architecture related books. But he also writes about other topics including space, environment, music - his big passion as he has been working as a DJ for many years -  and the future.

Episode 13: Clément Blanchet

23-10-2020

Episode 13: Clément Blanchet

Clément Blanchet is a French architect, teacher and critic, actively practicing in the fields of architectural theory, urbanism and cultural investigations. After working for over 10 years with Rem Koolhaas as Associate and then Director of OMA France, Clément Blanchet in 2014 founded his own firm, Clement Blanchet Architecture, CBA, in Paris. 

Episode 12: John Marx, Form4

09-10-2020

Episode 12: John Marx, Form4

John Marx, AIA and Chief Artistic Officer, is since 1999 Principal and responsible for developing Form4 Architecture’s design vision and philosophical language. Form4 is an important architectural office based in San Francisco. John has has led projects for Silicon Valley tech giants, such as Netflix, Citrix, VMware, Google, and Facebook, and has an international reach that includes designs in India, Korea, Taiwan, and Ireland.  In our podcast we talk about his projects for Burning Man, this year in a virtual version only where he proposed the Museum of no Spectators. He explains the spirit of Burning Man where creativity and togetherness makes great things happen.

Episode 11: Stellios Plainiotis PhD, NEAPOLI

25-09-2020

Episode 11: Stellios Plainiotis PhD, NEAPOLI

Dr. Stellios Plainiotis is the founder and CEO of NEAPOLI, an Environmental Design & Engineering consultancy firm with offices in Kuala Lumpur and Seoul. Considered as one of Asia’s leading Sustainability experts, he has spent over 20 years in academic, policy and private sectors across the Europe, South East and East Asia. He has consulted over 80 important construction projects which include Crystal Palace Park and Hoxton Square in London, Rohansky Ostrov Masterplan in Prague, Issam Fares Institute in Beirut, Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2, TRX, Menara PNB, the Petronas Cititowers in KL and the multiple award winning project PKNS HQ, reaching prestigious awards as the recipient of the Europa Award for Sustainability 2017 (Best Sustainability Leader). 

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