The Midnight Charette Design and Architecture Show
Aggressive retailers, awkward bathrooms and critiquing the 2.2 billion-dollar Salesforce Transit Center Park
#133 - Dana Cuff, Founding Director of cityLAB on Urban Design, Changing Planning Policies, & Smart Architecture
Combining urban design and research, the challenges of changing state policies, life stories, and more
Design Processes, Work Environments, Quitting Your Job to Start a Business, and Depression
#131 - Christopher Hawthorne, Chief Design Officer of Los Angeles on the 2028 Olympics, Solving the Housing Crisis, and Elon Musk's Tunnel System
How LA is preparing for the 2028 Olympics, strategies for solving LA's housing shortage, why multi-family projects in California often look the same, balancing community outreach and design, why Elon Musk's tunnel system is flawed, and much more.
Boba, design, Tarantino, social media, photography, offensive caricatures, city experiences and more.
#129 - Andrew Kovacs, Architect of Coachella's Colossal Cacti on Postmodernism & Curating Images to Design
Why postmodernism was successful, designing Coachella's installation, opportunities for progressive designers and more
#128 - Cart-Abandoning Racists at Home Depot, Surviving the 5 Freeway, Loving Materials, & Random Stores
Public peeing, bad takeout, driving etiquette, encounters on the subway, racists at Home Depot, and loving materials
#127 - Anshuman Prasad, Movie Set Designer and Concept Artist - Westworld, Maleficent, Batman v Superman
The Architecture of concept art and set design, Batman v Superman, Maleficent's castle, the Hollywood industry and more
Review of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and a Terrible Audience Experience
Marketing, unpaid internships, designing houses, women in architecture