Sinopsis

Designed around an engaging conversation, ArchitectureTalk explores issues in contemporary architecture and architectural thinking. It is hosted by Vikram Prakash, Professor of Architecture at the University of Washington in Seattle. Producer: Sadie Wechsler.

Episodios

  • 85. In Flux with Alona Nitzan-Shiftan

    85. In Flux with Alona Nitzan-Shiftan

    17/09/2020 Duración: 01h02min

    “1970s Israel was a period of taking things that were constructed and making them into things that are taken for granted, that become 2nd nature, that you don’t question.” This week, we are joined by Alona Nitzan-Shiftan, head of the Arenson Built Heritage Research Center in Haifa, Israel. This conversation looks at the question and problem of modernism and its relation to the formation of the nation-state, particularly as it relates to Israel and India.

  • 84. Teaching Architecture under the Regime of Zoom with Nandan Balsavar

    84. Teaching Architecture under the Regime of Zoom with Nandan Balsavar

    02/09/2020 Duración: 51min

    What happens when your home becomes your laboratory for architectural learning and speculation? According to Nandan Balsavar, Zoom enables his students to incorporate the oral histories from generations of family members into regular lessons. This week, we’ll be discussing architectural pedagogy, culturally inherited forms of knowledge, and teaching under the regime of Zoom with educator and architect Nandan Balsavar!

  • 83. AITC: In conversation with Anjali Mangalgiri

    83. AITC: In conversation with Anjali Mangalgiri

    20/08/2020 Duración: 35min

      This week we end our miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Grounded founder and Principal Architect Anjali Mangalgiri. The discussion touches on motherhood, architectural thinking, sustainability, and Anjali’s memories that led her to pursue architecture.  

  • 82. AITC: Resiliency, Adaptibility, and Architecture in a Recessive Economy wity Rachel Minnery and Patrick MacLeamy

    82. AITC: Resiliency, Adaptibility, and Architecture in a Recessive Economy wity Rachel Minnery and Patrick MacLeamy

    05/08/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with two distinct discussions. The first conversation, with Rachel Minnery, AIA, asks what does it mean to plan in the face of unknowable risk? The second, with Patrick MacLeamy, former CEO of HOK, discusses the history and culture of HOK, the future of design firms in a changing world, and firm strategies during a recessive economy.

  • 81. AITC: The Archeology of Confinement and Culture of Hygiene with Lydia Kallipoliti

    81. AITC: The Archeology of Confinement and Culture of Hygiene with Lydia Kallipoliti

    29/07/2020 Duración: 41min

    This week, we sit down with Lydia Kallipoliti, an award-winning architect, engineer, scholar and curator and an Assistant Professor at the Cooper Union in New York. The conversation traverses many scales - from the individual to the environment and world - looking closely at the culture of hygiene and the architecture of confinement and how these technologies are connected to the politics of the body in the time of Coronavirus.

  • 80. AITC: Limitlessness and Posthuman Questioning with Nikolaus Hirsch

    80. AITC: Limitlessness and Posthuman Questioning with Nikolaus Hirsch

    22/07/2020 Duración: 01h33s

    The Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus miniseries continues this week with Frankfurt-based educator, theorist, and architect Nikolaus Hirsch. Host Vikram Prakash and Nikolaus Hirsch speculate on the architecture school of the future, posthumanism as a framework for transdisciplinary practices, and question what architecture is and could be.

  • 79. AITC: Narrative, Fiction, OOO, and the Making of the Architectural Meme as criticism with Benedikt Hartl and Ryan Scavnicky

    79. AITC: Narrative, Fiction, OOO, and the Making of the Architectural Meme as criticism with Benedikt Hartl and Ryan Scavnicky

    16/07/2020 Duración: 01h02min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with two distinct, yet parallel discussions. The first conversation, with Benedikt Hartl of Opposite Office, probes the possibilities in future-driven narrative architecture to achieve sustainability and resiliency in the face of climate change, pandemics, and the unknown. The second, with Ryan Scavnicky of Extra Office, discusses the internet meme as a tool for critiquing and reframing the culture around architecture and looks to Object-Oriented Ontology as a philosophical framework for speculation in architecture.

  • 78. AITC: On Wetness, Ecology, and Rethinking Habitation with Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha

    78. AITC: On Wetness, Ecology, and Rethinking Habitation with Anuradha Mathur and Dilip da Cunha

    09/07/2020 Duración: 57min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with architects and educators Anuradha Mathur and Dilip Da Cunha. Here, the discussion touches on Mathur and Da Cunha’s concept of wetness - a re-writing of what it means to live in relationship to water - and what it means for architecture and ecological thinking in the time of Coronavirus.

  • 77. AITC: Nature, The Posthuman, and the Microbiome with Ilaria Mazzoleni

    77. AITC: Nature, The Posthuman, and the Microbiome with Ilaria Mazzoleni

    02/07/2020 Duración: 52min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with architect, biomimicist and educator Ilaria Mazzoleni. In this chat we see that the “eco-laboratory” is an apt metaphor to describe the body, architecture, and manifestations of “living” at various scales.

  • 76. AITC: The Choreography of the Urban with AbdouMaliq Simone

    76. AITC: The Choreography of the Urban with AbdouMaliq Simone

    24/06/2020 Duración: 01h13s

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with urban theorist AbdouMaliq Simone where we discuss his work on inter-relational subjectivities in the creation of new urban conditions, his personal response and experience with the Corona virus, and his response to the protests around Black Lives Matter.

  • 75. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Nisha Mathew and Soumitra Ghosh

    75. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Nisha Mathew and Soumitra Ghosh

    22/06/2020 Duración: 57min

    How do we re-think what is essential? How does the spiritual influence design thinking? How can we understand the poetics of transgression in the design world? This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with architects and Nisha Mathew and Soumitra Ghosh.

  • 74. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Manit Rastogi

    74. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Manit Rastogi

    11/06/2020 Duración: 01h05min

    This week we continue with the mini series Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with a transnational discussion on COVID19 response in India with architect Manit Rastogi. Here, we examine the social, political, and architectural implications of a pandemic on an individual to a city level.

  • 73. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Prem Chandavarkar

    73. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Prem Chandavarkar

    03/06/2020 Duración: 58min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with architect and theorist Prem Chandavarkar. In this episode, we dissect how the Corona virus highlights marginalized communities, how it changes the ways in which we think about governance, and we ask what are the mechanisms by which we construct the notion of the city?

  • 72. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Mark Wigley

    72. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Mark Wigley

    27/05/2020 Duración: 01h02min

      This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with guest Mark Wigley, Professor and Dean Emeritus at Columbia GSAPP. In this episode, we dissect how the Corona virus reinforces social inequities, how it changes the ways in which we communicate, what it means to live in a city during a pandemic, and what the role of the architect is in these uncertain conditions.

  • 71. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Dr. Nasser Rabbat

    71. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Dr. Nasser Rabbat

    20/05/2020 Duración: 55min

    This week we continue our ongoing miniseries Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with guest Dr. Nasser Rabbat, Aga Khan professor of Islamic Architecture at MIT. In this episode, we look beyond the individual and beyond North America to turn our heads towards the Middle East and the aggravated complexities that have arisen in these challenging times.

  • 70. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Tanya Wells of Seven Eyes

    70. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Tanya Wells of Seven Eyes

    13/05/2020 Duración: 53min

    This week, in our ongoing series Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus, we sit down with Tanya Wells of the musical act Seven Eyes to discuss the intersections of music and architecture. We ask about her catalogue of experiences during this global pandemic, the cross-culturality of their music, and her transnational upbringing that informs her craft now.

  • 69. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Michael Murphy of MASS Design Group

    69. Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Michael Murphy of MASS Design Group

    06/05/2020 Duración: 51min

    What can architecture do in the time of a pandemic? What is an architecture of medical necessity? This week, we talk with Michael Murphy of MASS Design Group to discuss architecture in the time of COVID-19.

  • Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with TerreformOne

    Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with TerreformOne

    29/04/2020 Duración: 44min

      How do we design against extinction in the time of Corona virus? This week, we talk with Dr. Mitchell Joachim and Nicholas Gervasi of TerreformOne about working within the Earth’s metabolism and with actual living organisms to reconfigure what design means in changing times.

  • Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Perry Kulper

    Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Perry Kulper

    22/04/2020 Duración: 48min

    Image: Central California History Museum: Proto_Formal Section by Perry Kulper 2006   What is architecture and what is its frontier of thinking in the time of Corona virus? This week, we talk with architect and architectural thinker Perry Kulper about his work methods, inspirations, drawing techniques, and thoughts on the current pandemic.  

  • Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Dr. Rachel Armstrong

    Architecture in the Time of Coronavirus with Dr. Rachel Armstrong

    15/04/2020 Duración: 54min

    What is Living Architecture? What are alternative modes of being and building in the world? What are the implications of the Coronavirus as a living system and how might that impact what architecture might be?

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