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Architecture Off-Centre highlights unconventional design practices and research projects, which reflect various emerging discourses within the design discipline and beyond. Hosted by architect Vaissnavi Shukl, the podcast features engaging conversations with exceptionally creative individuals, who, in their practice, have extrapolated the traditional fields of architecture, planning, landscape and urban design to unexplored frontiers.
 
Tufts University and Shareable.net present Cities@Tufts, a free series exploring community innovations in urban planning. The live discussions are moderated by professor Julian Agyeman and the podcast is hosted by Shareable's Tom Llewellyn. The sessions will focus on topics such as Environmental justice vs White Supremacy in the 21st century; Sacred Civics: What would it mean to build seven generation cities; Organizing for Food Sovereignty; From Spatializing Culture to Social Justice and Pu ...
 
The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, the show covers a wide array of subjects with humor and honesty and features a variety of creative professionals in unscripted and more personal conversations.
 
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This week David and Marina have a casual talk about their recent trip to France; the architecture of Paris; local and global design aesthetics; homogeneity and diversity of different cities; the 'traveling abroad mindset'; the urbanism of small towns; David's strange infatuation with the Eiffel Tower; cars in France; 'local' cuisine (1:48:50); and …
 
Magnus Mott (projekt ledare, Göteborgs Stad) och Jens Thoms Ivarsson (Creative director, Kretslopp och vatten, Göteborgs Stad). Vi pratar om Rain Gothenburg. Det regnar en hel del i Göteborg. Och mer lär det bli i takt med klimatförändringarna. Rain Gothenburg vill ta vara på de möjligheter som regnet ger. Så när platser och gator förändras och nya…
 
If you are a young woman, who has grown up in a city or travelled to another, you might have been warned about steering off certain areas of the city because they were deemed ‘not safe’. What lends safety to urban areas is not only a matter of data and statistics, but it is also often subjective – relying heavily on how one ‘feels’ while traversing…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by architect and entrepreneur Matthias Hollwich, Founding Principal of HWKN and Co-founder of Architizer, to discuss his upbringing in Germany; working for high-profile offices such as DS+R, OMA, and Eisenman Architects; taking a break from architecture; co-founding Architizer during the 2008 recession; HWKN’s …
 
Thomas Davin (Global Innovation Director at UNICEF) We are talking about: -Thomas Davin Carrer's journey. -UNICEF Innovation. - 2-3 references/projects from UNICEF Innovation - What are the challenges that UNICEF innovation is facing now? - What kind of leadership the world needs now in order to create a future for the new generation with the new g…
 
This week on Cities@Tufts, Quilian Riano presents "Spatial and Political Change". In this presentation, we explore examples of work that look at how spatial games — defined as processes with loose rules for others to interpret and execute as they see fit — can become design tools to broaden the socio-spatial imagination and conversation. In additio…
 
Carolina Altenstedt (Project Engineer - Food & Pharma at AFRY) & Petri Vasara (Vice President, Dr.Tech. at AFRY Management Consulting) We are talking about: - The background of DietMachine. - What is the aim of DietMachine? - What does AI do in this machine? - Are we in a food catastrophe or not? - Who is responsible to change the way we are produc…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about perceptions of European countries; 'planning' a trip to France and Marina's 'French' comfort foods(26:30); why architecture projects are stressful and personal (01:01:10); and more! This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • Spotify C…
 
Mathilde Riou (Urbanist, visual thinker and collaboration facilitator) We talk about: -What is visual thinking? -"collective intelligence". -Advice for you if you want to become good at illustrating and delivering a message Links Website: https://mathilderiou.com/ The blog: https://theurbanmycelium.com/ Brazen: Rebel ladies who rocked the world, a …
 
Self-explanatory in its nomenclature, The Evidence Room was first presented at the 2016 Venice Biennale as a room with architectural evidence from Auschwitz to assert the existence of the gas chambers used for committing genocide in the Nazi concentration camp. It presents three monuments – a door, a wall hatch and ladder, and a gas column along wi…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by interior architect and designer Jamie Bush, Principal and Founder of Jamie Bush + CO. to discuss growing up with designers, photographers, and artists; studying Architecture abroad in Venice; transitioning into interior architecture; the disconnect between architects and interior designers; differentiating b…
 
Åsa Ekman (Barnrätt! Föreläser, utbildar, modererar, processleder, författar, utvecklar, förändrar) Vi pratar om: - Barnsyn. Vad betyder det? - Vad menas med barnrättsperspektiv, barnets perspektiv, barn prespektive? - Det är otroligt avgörande för om barn ska kunna använda sig av sina rättigheter eller inte. vad har du för reflektioner? varför är …
 
Khadidja Konate (Architect and Placemaking Europe Leader), Ethan Kent (Executive Director, PlacemakingX) & Ramon Marrades (Director at Placemaking Europe). We are talking about The AfterCovid.City Global Charter: The background of this project/initiative? What is the goal /mission of this Global Charter? Tell us more about the methodology that made…
 
This week on Cities@Tufts, Kyle White and Justin Schott present on The Energy Equity Project. The Energy Equity Project is working to create a framework for measuring equity across energy efficiency and clean energy programs among utilities, state regulatory agencies, and other practitioners, while engaging and centering Black, Brown, and Indigenou…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual conversation about the practice of architecture, SCI-Arc's Basecamp panel, architectural education, libraries, favorite teen bands, how architecture is understood by the general public, and going dairy free. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouT…
 
Jenny Brolin (kommunikationsstrateg, Exploateringskontoret, kommunikationsavdelningen på Stockholms stad) Vi pratar om: -Digitala medborgarpanel för stadsutvecklingsfrågor i Stockholms stad. Länk https://vaxer.stockholm/besok-oss/medborgardialog-och-samrad/medborgarpanel/ - Hur var det under COVID med deltagande av medborgare? - Den nya medborgarpa…
 
In 1996, British author and Holocaust denier David Irving filed a libel case against American historian Deborah Lipstadt, stating that she had defamed him in her book Denying the Holocaust. In what became the case, David Irving versus Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt, architectural historian Robert Jan Van Pelt was brought in as the defense’s exp…
 
Alexander Pavlov (Project Manager Security Specialist, AFRY ) We are talking about: - Kungstorget (The Kings Square) with H22 Helsingborg - How was the process of the project? What are the challenges that you were facing? - How would Alexander explain his solution as unique in comparison to what we haven’t heard or read about before? - Did Alexande…
 
Anders Wester (Architect and solution consultant at Spacemaker) We are talking about -Why do we really need digital tools during our urban planning and design processes? -Spacemaker tool -How can Spacemaker help us to communicate and collaborate better to create better cities? -Where is the social aspect of this digital tool when it comes to urban …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Jonathan Feldman, Architect, and Founding Partner and CEO of Feldman Architecture to discuss studying astronomy and English prior to architecture; taking on new clients; his office’s beginnings and evolution; key ideas for implementing sustainable design; and more. https://feldmanarchitecture.com/ This episo…
 
Johanna Spjuth (Landskapsarkitekt, AFRY) Vi pratar om: -CO2 guide verktyget -Vad består själv beräkningsverktyg av? - 1-3 projektexempel - Tips till bransh kollegor för jobba med klimat frågor och hållbarhet? hur ska de börja? och vad ska de tänka på? Frågor eller funderingar mejla johanna.spjuth@afry.com Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and tal…
 
This week David and Marina break down SCI-Arc's controversial panel "Basecamp: How to be in an office" and share their own advice on "how to be in an office”. The two discuss choosing the right office to work at; why the idea of committing to an office is right, but also wrong; why side hustles are not the solution to low fees and/or low pay; why j…
 
Emina Kovacic (Stadsbyggnadschef/ Stadsarkitekt i Karlshamns kommun Ordförande i Sveriges Arkitekter 2021-2022) Vi pratar om: -Arkitekturgalan 2022 med tema förändring -Ledarskap -Vad ska arkitekter sluta göra? -Vad ska arkitekter börja göra mer? Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode Mustafa Sherif Linkedin Visit M…
 
There are splitting views in the design profession on the role of architects in the perpetuation and even existence of prisons, which stems from an ethical and a professional belief that incarceration is not the most optimum solution to crime and that the very design of prisons creates conditions that subject the inmates to inhuman living condition…
 
Marie Lundin Karphammar (Handläggare och barnrättsjurist på SKR Sveriges Kommuner och Regioner) Vi pratar om: -Blir det en stor skillnad om vi ej lyssnar på barn? -Vad är skillnaden mellan barnrättsprespektive och barnets bästa? -Vad är skillanden mellan barnrätts strateg och barn ombudsmannen? -Hur tolkar vi barnkonventionen och paragraferna? fri …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Stuart Graff, President and CEO of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation to discuss the foundation’s mission; the role cultural institutions play in supporting creative professions; preserving and furthering Wright’s legacy through programs and collaborations; intellectual property; Stewart becoming CEO of the f…
 
This week on Cities@Tufts, Tamika Butler presents "Transportation Inequities: What's Data Got to do With It?" How have white supremacy and structural racism shaped transportation and the built environment throughout the history of the United States? And how does engagement, data, and policy add to these disparities and challenge us all to think abo…
 
Karin Ebbinghaus (CEO at Elonroad) We are talking about: -The background of the ElonRoad? -How do you create the charge stations? -How does the road system that auto charges all types of electric vehicles when driving? -Is it easy to get this system in our cities? do the urban planners understand what you want? is there a space for your system? Thi…
 
Fatih Okan (Projektledare, Sveriges Arkitekter) Lena Engelbrekt (Eventkoordinator, Sveriges Arkitekter) Tove Dumon Wallsten (Projektledare arkitektur/producent, Sveriges Arkitekter) Vi pratar om Arkitekturgalan 2022. OBS! Ljudet knasar lite pga att det var mycket energi och gott skratt så vi glömde hålla oss nära podd mikrfoner. Relevanta länkar Pr…
 
Fatima Grand (Architect ARB RIBA SAR/MSA) and Mayra Reis (Architect & Urban Designer A MSA, MSc) We are talking about International Architects Sweden. A social platform bridging Sweden and the international practice of architecture and corresponding communities. Enjoy your listening. Let's connect and talk further about this episode Mustafa Sherif …
 
This week David and Marina answer the question, “Should I go to architecture school?” (00:00) - Is college/university needed in general? (13:40) - The architecture school experience: Typical courses, challenges, community, misconceptions about architecture education. (23:56) - The most important things learned in architecture school. (35:40) - Prep…
 
Emma Östlund (Hållbarhetschef på ETTELVA Arkitekter / Partner ETTELVA Arkitekter) Vi pratar om: -Vad är samhällsplaneringens roll för hållbar utveckling? -Cirkularitet och återbruk inom samhällsplanering och byggande -Samarbetsprojektet CIX (ett digitalt verktyg) -Vems ansvar att våra uppdrag ska jobba med mer cirkularitet och återbruk? -Hur blir v…
 
I had no idea what restorative justice was up until two years ago. It was naïve of me to think that justice was always “served” in the courts of law – buildings with high plinths, long walkways and large rooms with the typical setup that we see on screen. And because I did not think it was possible to create spaces for conflict resolution and recon…
 
Björn Ekelund (Lektor, planerare och arkitekt SAR/MSA, Partner på Warm in the Winter) Vi pratar om: -Visioner i Norr -Hur ser du på förtätningar i naturområden, går det och varför? -Ökade klyftor och minskad integration. Varför räcker planerarnas strategi om att bygga samman stadsdelar inte? -Arkitekturinstitutet, för att behovet av praktiknära ark…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about airports; design constraints and creativity in different buildings like hospitals and airports; pitching concepts to clients; tv shows; and more! This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • Spotify CONNECT • Website: www.secondstudiopo…
 
Lotta Falck (Head of Food & Life Science at AFRY) We talk about -Food & Life Science. What is it about and what is the aim of it? can you explain to us? -We are getting older /larger population and wealthier. is that true? - Personalized medicine, medical support/devices, and food. Tell us more about what does it mean? -What kind of Leadership do w…
 
This week on Cities@Tufts, Stacey Sutton presents: Punitive and Cooperative Cities. The City of Chicago’s automated traffic enforcement fines and fees are disproportionately borne by Black, Latinx, and low-income residents. Simultaneously, Chicago is on the precipice of implementing one of the largest community wealth building initiatives in the co…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Joe Fletcher, Architectural Photographer to discuss his transition from painting to photography; his experience with a formalized education in photography; how an architectural photographer can influence architects and architecture; his process; the distillation of architecture through photography; why photo…
 
Gerald Babel-Sutter (Co-Founder and the CEO of URBAN FUTURE Global Conference) We are talking about: -What is special about Urban Future? why it's unique? -About the process, how does Urban future plan the EU biggest event about sustainable cities? -The next event will take place in Helsingborg, Sweden. Book your ticket here to attend Urban Future …
 
Twenty students at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences developed ideas for crime stories to shed new light on the workers’ estate designed by Walter Gropius in Törten between 1926 and 1928. Led by Professor Natascha Meuser, this unorthodox approach to teaching helped the students gain a deeper understanding of the world-famous row houses and …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by architect David Thompson, Founder and Principal Designer of Assembledge+ to discuss what it was like coming from a family of Architecture; exploring furniture design in the early stages of his career and how it fed his entrepreneurial spirit; starting Assembledge+ while practicing at LOHA; his thoughts on th…
 
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