On January 15th, 2018, Startup Cities hosted a discussion panel featuring Adam Hengels, founder of Market Urbanism, and Patrik Schumacher, Principal of Zaha Hadid Architects. Hosted by Peter Ryan, Founder of Startup Cities.
This episode features the full audio recording of this event, plus Anarchitecture Podcast’s pre-game and post-game discussion.
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Tim and Joe were recently interviewed on “Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock.”
A wide ranging discussion covering everything from flying cars (of course) to flying pirate ships.
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Tim explains how this interview came about. Joe recorded it at 12:30AM in his car.
Joe has been relegated to the car
In a rare in-person episode, Tim and Joe speculate about how technological trends will shape the future of cities.
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FINALLY WE CAN TALK SERIOUSLY ABOUT FLYING CARS
Joe’s report from the future: Living in Australia is like living 15 years ago in the US
Actually, Amazon Australia Launched 3 weeks after we recorded this episode. WE MAKE...
Tim was interviewed on Danilo Cuellar’s “Peaceful Anarchism” Podcast.
A fun and wide-ranging discussion leaving no stone unturned.
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“It’s all about the jokes.”
Summary of The Foundations Series
Divestiture of property
Libertarians colonizing the moon
Private ownership of public space
Homesteading for public use
Tim and Joe deep-dive on some of the ideas that Tim presented in his 2017 Porcfest speech (ana013). In particular, we consider opportunities and challenges of privatizing public space using “opt-in trusts.”
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We recommend listening to the previous episode ana013 before this one.
Tim and Joe deep-dive on some of the ideas that Tim presented in his 2017 Porcfest speech (ana013). In particular, we consider opportunities and challenges of privatizing public space using “opt-in trusts.” Intro We recommend listening to the previous episode ana013 before this one. Discussion Joe’s reaction An important contribution to Libertarian theory Similar ideas […]
Tim presented a speech at the 14th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival (Porcfest), titled “Private Ownership of Public Space in Post-State Cities.” He addressed three key questions: 1. What is “public space” and why should libertarians care about it? 2. How can public use be preserved under private ownership? 3. How can state owned spaces be divested […]
Tim and Joe review Anarchitecture’s interview with Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects (Episode #ana011), to clarify and highlight key points. We elaborate on topics including historical architectural styles, computer-generated design, parametric urbanism, and the challenges of promoting radical ideas. Intro I’m not withdrawing anything of what I’ve been saying. However, one needs to […]
The second of four episodes in our series about Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects. Tim and Joe review and critique the media responses to Patrik’s controversial presentation about housing at the World Architecture Festival in November 2016. Two of these articles, by the Guardian’s Oliver Wainwright and architectural writer Phineas Harper, are presented […]
This is the first in a series of four episodes about Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, one of the world’s premier architecture firms. Patrik is also an author, professor, lecturer, and architectural theorist. In November 2016, Patrik gave a presentation at the World Architecture Festival promoting libertarian and even anarcho-capitalist solutions to London’s […]
We were recently interviewed on The Tom Woods Show. This episode includes the discussion with Tom, plus a “post-game” discussion to further clarify some of the points raised during the interview. Pre-Game Tom Woods is the… Nicest Guy In the Liberty Movement (except on Twitter) James Brown of the Liberty Movement Oprah of the Liberty […]
Drawing on Joe’s own immigration experiences, we dig deeper into the “Freedom of Movement” conversation and discuss green cards, spouse visas, citizenship, immigrant enclaves, sidewalk entrepreneurship, book clubs, and “Moral Turpitude.” Part 2 of the Citizen of Nowhere Series. Intro Episode 007, therefore Bond parody. Theatrical trailer for 007: Citizen of Nowhere Voiceover: Adam Litwin […]
Tim left his job as an architect to travel the world for a year with his young family. How free are we to travel across the imaginary boundary lines that governments have arbitrarily defined? If you don’t love it, can you leave it? Where would you go? Part 1 of the Citizen of Nowhere Series. […]
Joe tells the harrowing tale of the house that tried to kill him. How do we know if buildings are safe? Use hashtag #ana005 to reference this episode in a tweet, shared post, or comment. Discussion “The only two worries are bush fires and snakes” Joe’s Aussie hat How Australia survived the GFC Propping up […]
Tim took advantage of government subsidies to install solar panels on his roof. Is he a hypocrite? Use hashtag #ana004 to reference this episode in a tweet, shared post, or comment. Discussion Sell! Sell! Sell! The Boston Duck Parade “Tim, I think someone broke into our house” The 8 1/2 x 11 Sales Pitch Insolation, […]
Introduction to the philosophy of anarchism, and an exploration of anarchic approaches to developing the built environment. This is the third and final episode in the Foundations Series. The Scales Framework rises from the ashes of #ana002 to make it’s heroic final stand against tyranny. A non-aggresive heroic final stand, of course. Use hashtag #ana003 […]
Tim and Joe define the concept of the State, and illustrate how the State initiates force at each scale of the built environment. This is the second of three episodes in the Foundations Series. The Scales Framework returns for the tragic second act. Use hashtag #ana002 to reference this episode in a tweet, shared post, […]
Introduction to Anarchitecture and the built environment. This is the first of three episodes in the Foundations Series. You probably don’t know what a “house” is. Now you can learn from the experts! The Scales Framework makes a dazzling entrance. Use hashtag #ana001 to reference this episode in a tweet, shared post, or comment. Intro […]
Introduction to the Anarchitecture Podcast – a meta-episode. Use hashtag #ana000 to reference this episode in a tweet, shared post, or comment. Discussion: Brief Bio’s of Tim and Joe How we became anarchists Why we’re doing a podcast Logistics of producing the world’s most antipodal podcast Sound quality problems are your fault What is Anarchitecture? […]