We discuss the current state of being an architect versus the old days of the master builder, how architects can educate clients, the importance of sleep in our manic profession, and we begin to tackle the topic of proper planning for the ever-looming deadlines that keep us on the move.
Links for the episode (all links open in a new window in case you're listening to the podcast here):
- Liz Diller's TED Talks (the archispeak for the week)
- Will the Bloomberg Balloon Violate the D.C. Height Act?
- The Hirshhorn Museum
- DS+R Hirshhorn Bubble
- Jonathan Segal, FAIA
- Architect as Developer
- My Architect - A Son's Journey (Louis Khan) (also available on Netflix)
- My Father, The Genius (Glen Small) (also available on Netflix)
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