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This is The NESS Podcast. NESS is a media platform on architecture, life, and urban culture. You can find editorial reports as well as interviews with architects, designers, critics, and different cultural agents.

This is The NESS Podcast. NESS is a media platform on architecture, life, and urban culture. You can find editorial reports as well as interviews with architects, designers, critics, and different cultural agents.
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This is The NESS Podcast. NESS is a media platform on architecture, life, and urban culture. You can find editorial reports as well as interviews with architects, designers, critics, and different cultural agents.

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English


Episodes

Silent Revolutions: adamo-faiden Talk from (and about) Buenos Aires

9/17/2019
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Sebastián Adamo and Marcelo Faiden have been working together since their university days. In 2005, they became official partners when they founded the firm adamo-faiden. They also teach in different universities and consider this academic activity as an important framework for their work. Based in Buenos Aires and recognizing it as a place with its own attributes to explore, they talk about the uses, the references, and the images of the buildings that fill the city as well as the attitudes...

Duration:00:30:18

Nic Granleese and Elliott Baxter on BowerBird

9/3/2019
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BowerBird is an online platform architects use to get published in magazines, newspapers, websites, and Instagram accounts around the world. As it says on their website “Architects don’t advertise, they get published.” In this episode, we are pleased to welcome Nic Granleese, the founder of BowerBird and Elliott Baxter, the BowerBird Explorer for Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile. The conversation with our editor in chief Florencia Rodriguez goes from the beginnings of the platform to going...

Duration:00:15:57

SO – IL on cocooning and productive misunderstandings

8/20/2019
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In 2008, Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg ran into each other on the streets of New York. They had first met a few years before while working for the architecture firm SANAA. That accidental encounter in New York marked a turning point in their lives and the start of a very personal encounter. As they describe it, the two of them started to ‘softly’ leave their previous jobs, to open SO – IL, Solid Objectives. Together they would find a unique—and consistent—mode of understanding architecture....

Duration:00:30:45

Jumbo and Juan Garcia Mosqueda on the warm, the cute, and the chair

8/20/2019
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Playing with juvenile features and Instagram-ready images, Jumbo, the New York based design studio founded by Justin Donnelly and Monling Lee, is not your average design studio. As part of our interview series, we invited Justin Donnelly and Juan Garcia Mosqueda of Chamber Projects and Quick Tiny Shows. The conversation ranges from the consumption of images, the chair, and the cool to curating design, the interiors moment, and Neoteny.

Duration:00:40:16