Monocle on Design

Design Miami 2015, Part 2

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15 December 2015

Episode 218

29 minutes


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More reports from Miami including interviews with renowned urban theorist Richard Florida; Michael Boodro, editor in chief of ‘Elle Decor’; and Gaston Isoldi, the newly announced director of Maison & Objet Americas. Plus: we check in on an exhibition in London that is looking at the fruitful crossover between architecture and disco in 1960s and 1970s Italy.

15 December 2015

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Richard Florida

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Monocle’s Megan Billings speaks to renowned urban theorist Richard Florida about how he’s working with Florida International University to develop a more liveable and loveable Miami.

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Michael Boodro

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Michael Boodro is the editor in chief of ‘Elle Decor’, which every year hosts displays of artfully decorated concept houses in new developments around Miami. Hear him in conversation with Monocle’s Josh Fehnert.

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Miami’s design scene

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Monocle’s Josh Fehnert and Megan Billings talk about Miami’s design scene. Plus: we hear from Maison & Objet Americas director Gaston Isoldi.

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Radical Disco at the ICA

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The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London is currently hosting an exhibition dedicated to the relationship between architecture and nightlife in Italy during the 1960s and 1970s. Monocle’s Fernando Augusto Pacheco talks to co-curator Catharine Rossi.

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