Latest podcasts on Architecture

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22 May 2018
30 min

Monocle on Design - Why go to architecture school?: 

Does architectural education need an overhaul? We put the question to the heads of two leading architecture schools: London’s Architectural Association and the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Plus: Riba’s play at creating an architecture workshop for children.

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15 May 2018
30 min

Monocle on Design - Jim Olson: framing nature: 

We meet architect Jim Olson to ask how buildings can bring us closer to nature. Plus: we talk making it in the city at London Craft Week and proffer a little advice for younger designers looking to secure space on the exhibition circuit.

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10 Apr 2018
30 min

Monocle on Design - Latin America’s future builders : 

We head to São Paulo, Mexico City and Santiago de Chile to find out which Latin American architects are making waves abroad. Plus: our Fashion editor on why LVMH is playing musical chairs with its designers.

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3 Apr 2018
30 min

Monocle on Design - Building on water: 

Architects have long used water to reflect or adorn their work. We meet the editor of a new title making waves in the world of residential architecture. Plus a word with landscape architect Kongjian Yu about solving China’s water crisis and a flick through the finest design magazines with journalist Katie Treggiden.

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2 Jan 2018
30 min

Monocle on Design - Argentina’s awkward architecture: 

Architecture in the Argentine capital is famously chaotic but a fresh crop of designers are giving the city’s skyline renewed elegance. We embark on a guided tour. Plus: Taschen’s ‘The History of Graphic Design’ and the governor of Chiang Mai on the role of design in the city.

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14 Nov 2017
30 min

Monocle on Design - Self-built homes: 

We visit two unlikely lanes in South London to mull over the legacy (and lessons) of self-built architecture in a city struggling to build enough new homes. Plus, a word with Dennis Tay, the Singaporean success story behind the design-minded retailer Naiise.  

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31 Oct 2017

Monocle on Design - Questioning modern architecture: 

What most books label the 'history of architecture' is often a celebration of a narrow and subjective canon of works. But should we think differently about how we designate the desirable from the architecturally anonymous? Plus: reports on the winners of the Africa Architecture awards and Ralph Erskine award.

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10 Oct 2017
30 min

Monocle on Design - Past, present and Neutra: 

Architect Tim Campbell reveals what his restoration of Richard Neutra’s Singleton House can teach us about designs – and when renovation means leaving well alone. Plus we’re in Ljubljana to hear from the Future Architecture Festival and how the city’s Design Biennial is rethinking troubled Tito-era architecture.

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17 Aug 2017
30 min

The Urbanist - Land reclamation and prizes: 

What are the logistical aspects of creating land? We discover the Netherlands’ approach to land reclamation and examine the rise and fall of London’s Garden Bridge. Plus: in Austria even terrible, awful, unplanned architecture gets rewarded.

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24 May 2018
7 min

Monocle on Design - Extra: Oficios Asociados: 

Argentinian studio Oficios Asociados was founded five years ago, with the notion of taking control over every aspect of the architectural process, from concept to construction. We visit Buenos Aires to find out more.

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12 Apr 2018
6 min

Monocle on Design - Extra: Sound design: 

Monocle’s Kenji Hall meets Thomas Fagernes, partner, director and senior architect at Snøhetta, to discuss the company’s new project in the South Korean city of Busan and how the design of such structures should echo their function.

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8 Jan 2018
5 min

The Urbanist - Tall Stories 88: Dubai World Trade Centre: 

When one thinks of Dubai, one thinks of its grand gestures. Today we hear the story of one of its first skyscrapers, the Dubai World Trade Centre.

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2 Nov 2017
6 min

Monocle on Design - On Design 65: Milan’s tall storeys: 

Recent years have seen Milan’s urban developers embrace the skyscraper. But is it genuine modernisation or simply a case of pandering to big-name architects?

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30 Oct 2017
10 min

The Urbanist - Tall Stories 80: Terrassenhaus: 

First theorised by the Austrian architect and designer Adolf Loos in the 1920s, the Terrassenhaus was not realised until the mid-1970s in several big housing development projects on the periphery of Vienna. This week, Monocle’s Alexei Korolyov tours one of the more well-known examples.

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11 Sep 2017
4 min

The Urbanist - Tall Stories 73: Toll houses: 

Above the hustle and bustle of London’s city life you’ll find a little toll house, which back in the 1700s marked the entrance to the Bishop of London’s estate. We profile these little bastions of resistance.

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4 Sep 2017
9 min

The Urbanist - Tall Stories 72: Luma Arles: 

We visit the Luma Arles creative-arts hub. Made up of former railway warehouses, the site will soon welcome a new architectural feature – a 56-metre tall tower designed by architect Frank Gehry. We check out the view.

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31 Aug 2017
5 min

Monocle on Design - On Design 56: Reviving an icon: 

Rio de Janeiro’s Hotel Nacional, designed by world renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, reopened its doors earlier this year after being shut for more than 20 years. Monocle’s Sheena Rossiter tells us more about this masterpiece of hospitality architecture.

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14 Aug 2017
5 min

The Urbanist - Tall Stories 69: Bijlmerbajes: 

The Bijlmerbajes in south Amsterdam was designed as a humane prison when it opened in 1978 but in recent years it has taken on a new life: it is now a creative hub for locals and refugees alike.

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