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Architecture & Anthropocene, is a podcast produced by Triennale Milano, Italy’s foremost institution for design and contemporary culture, hosted by journalist David Plaisant. This is a discussion on architecture, design, nature and technology in this the age of humans, the so-called anthropocene era. In this 7-episode podcast David meets with design curator Paola Antonelli, Forensic Architecture founder Eyal Weizman, bio-acoustician Bernie Krause, urban thinker Ricky Burdett, and architects Shigeru Ban, Tatiana Bilbao and Assemble the London-based architecture collective. A series of vital conversations expand and extrapolate the themes XXIII Triennale titled Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival. Architecture & Anthropocene goes behind the scenes, asking the questions and listening to the answers of the men and women who are shaping the way our world is changing. Through these informal dialogues Triennale Milano is engaging with the most important issues facing the planet today. The Architecture & Anthropocene podcast was recorded during Milano Arch Week 2019. – Hosted by David Plaisant Produced by Marco Martello, Martina Corbella Sound editor Holly Fisher

Architecture & Anthropocene, is a podcast produced by Triennale Milano, Italy’s foremost institution for design and contemporary culture, hosted by journalist David Plaisant. This is a discussion on architecture, design, nature and technology in this the age of humans, the so-called anthropocene era. In this 7-episode podcast David meets with design curator Paola Antonelli, Forensic Architecture founder Eyal Weizman, bio-acoustician Bernie Krause, urban thinker Ricky Burdett, and architects Shigeru Ban, Tatiana Bilbao and Assemble the London-based architecture collective. A series of vital conversations expand and extrapolate the themes XXIII Triennale titled Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival. Architecture & Anthropocene goes behind the scenes, asking the questions and listening to the answers of the men and women who are shaping the way our world is changing. Through these informal dialogues Triennale Milano is engaging with the most important issues facing the planet today. The Architecture & Anthropocene podcast was recorded during Milano Arch Week 2019. – Hosted by David Plaisant Produced by Marco Martello, Martina Corbella Sound editor Holly Fisher
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Architecture & Anthropocene, is a podcast produced by Triennale Milano, Italy’s foremost institution for design and contemporary culture, hosted by journalist David Plaisant. This is a discussion on architecture, design, nature and technology in this the age of humans, the so-called anthropocene era. In this 7-episode podcast David meets with design curator Paola Antonelli, Forensic Architecture founder Eyal Weizman, bio-acoustician Bernie Krause, urban thinker Ricky Burdett, and architects Shigeru Ban, Tatiana Bilbao and Assemble the London-based architecture collective. A series of vital conversations expand and extrapolate the themes XXIII Triennale titled Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival. Architecture & Anthropocene goes behind the scenes, asking the questions and listening to the answers of the men and women who are shaping the way our world is changing. Through these informal dialogues Triennale Milano is engaging with the most important issues facing the planet today. The Architecture & Anthropocene podcast was recorded during Milano Arch Week 2019. – Hosted by David Plaisant Produced by Marco Martello, Martina Corbella Sound editor Holly Fisher

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Episodes

Episode 7 – Collective thinking

11/13/2019
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David Plaisant sits with James Binning who founded in 2010, together with a 16 to 20 partners, Assemble, a multidisciplinary collective that tries to address the typical disconnect between the public and the process by which places are made.

Duration:00:12:04

Episode 6 – Architecture for all humans?

11/6/2019
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Journalist David Plaisant meets with the rising star of Mexican architecture Tatiana Bilbao, founder of the Tatiana Bilbao Estudio in her native Mexico City in 2004. Image Los Terrenos / Tatiana Bilbao. Photo Rory Gardiner

Duration:00:17:16

Episode 5 – The urban age

10/31/2019
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In this episode David Plaisant meets with thinker Ricky Burdett, professor of Urban Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science and director of Urban Age project which he founded in 2005. At the end of 2018 Burdett launched “Shaping Cities in an Urban Age” the third in the Urban Age series of publications published by Phaidon.

Duration:00:16:12

Episode 4 – Temporary or permanent

10/23/2019
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David Plaisant meets with renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, who was awarded the Pritzker prize in 2014 and discuss his approach to architecture.

Duration:00:06:54

Episode 3 – The ears of the world

10/19/2019
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David sits down with Bernie Krause, author, bio-acoustician, speaker, natural sound artist, to discuss his life’s work in sound.

Duration:00:18:20

Episode 2 – Truth as a practice

10/9/2019
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David Plaisant meets with Eyal Weizman, British Israeli architect and founder of Forensic Architecture to discuss the inevitable politicization of his work and how we shouldn’t distinguish between the effects of conflict and natural disasters.

Duration:00:15:02

Episode 1 – Cultural Institutions: the R&D of society?

10/2/2019
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David Plaisant meets with Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator at MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design and Curator of the XXII Triennale di Milano Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival and Glenn D.Lowry, the ‘David Rockefeller Director’ of MoMA, to discuss whether Cultural Institutions are the R&D of today’s society.

Duration:00:17:51

Trailer – Architecture & Anthropocene

9/24/2019
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Architecture & Anthropocene, is a podcast produced by Triennale Milano, Italy’s foremost institution for design and contemporary culture, hosted by journalist David Plaisant. This is a discussion on architecture, design, nature and technology in this the age of humans, the so-called anthropocene era. In this 7-episode podcast David meets with design curator Paola Antonelli, Forensic Architecture founder Eyal Weizman, bio-acoustician Bernie Krause, urban thinker Ricky Burdett, and architects...

Duration:00:01:20