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Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com

Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com
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Social Design Insights is a weekly podcast produced by the Curry Stone Design Prize. Through conversation with leading designers, it provide insights into innovative projects and practices that use design to address pressing social justice issues. www.currystonedesignprize.com info@currystonedesignprize.com

Twitter:

@designprize

Language:

English

Contact:

(541) 323-2299


Episodes

SDI_E93_Orkidstudio

11/22/2018
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James Mitchell and Tatu Gatere are designers and social entrepreneurs at Orkidstudio, a multi-disciplinary firm at the intersection of design, business and social good. Tatu and James discuss their innovative approach to designing the process of social impact design.

Duration:00:37:14

92. Do Good Stuff While You’re Here

11/15/2018
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Els Van Der Plas and host Eric Cesal discusses the evolution of the Prince Claus Award, an award supporting social designers & culture.

Duration:00:28:04

91. Designing with Love

11/8/2018
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Katie is the vice president of Design & Sustainability at Enterprise Community Partners a nationally recognized design leader, researcher, writer and educator. Katie discusses the origin and ethos of the Enterprise Rose Fellowship, a program to bring designers into community.

Duration:00:30:47

90. Building Coalitions the Right Way

11/1/2018
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Jason Schupbach kicks off our segment “Who Designs the Designers” by introducing us to the landscape of social design supporters. Jason Schupbach is the director of The Design School at the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University

Duration:00:32:19

89. How to Make More Integrated Humans

10/11/2018
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Marcin Jakubowski is the founder of Open Source Ecology, an open collaborative of engineers, producers, and builders developing new solutions for a changing world. Marcin joins host Eric Cesal to talk about how to build civilization.

Duration:00:30:57

88. How to Make Useful Noise

10/4/2018
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Maggie Stephenson is a Senior Technical Advisor for UN-Habitat who advocates for a people-centered approach to help those affected by natural disaster and conflict. Maggie speaks with us about the challenges of positioning design in recovery efforts.

Duration:00:33:57

87. Experiments in Resilience Amid the Backloop

9/27/2018
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Geographer Stephanie Wakefield introduces her theories on resilience, the ‘backloop’ of the Anthropocene and how we can survive all this.

Duration:00:31:17

86. Disaster, Design and Development

9/20/2018
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Host Eric Cesal and Dr. Esther Charlesworth discusses strategies for teaching new generations of designers about disaster.

Duration:00:37:14

85. Architecture, Wake Up, It’s a New Day, Pt II

9/13/2018
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Mario and Nuno do Rosario are the principals of arquitectura e planeamento limitada, a family owned design practice in Maputo, Mozambique, focusing on sustainable, cost-controlled, durable and energy-efficient design processes.

Duration:00:31:25

84. Architecture, Wake Up, It’s a New Day, Pt I

9/6/2018
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Mario and Nuno do Rosario are the principals of arquitectura e planeamento limitada, a family owned design practice in Maputo, Mozambique, focusing on sustainable, cost-controlled, durable and energy-efficient design processes.

Duration:00:26:41

83. Human-powered Resilience in Action

8/30/2018
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Architect Hsieh Ying-Chun joins host Eric Cesal to talk about how people can power rebuilding after disaster. Hsieh Ying-Chun is a leading Taiwanese architect and contractor who works throughout Asia, training villagers to build locally appropriate dwellings in response to earthquake devastation.

Duration:00:15:25

82. Resilience’s Frontline

8/23/2018
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Mathew Sanders details the pioneering struggle of the people of Isle de Jean Charles in confronting climate change. Mathew Sanders is the Resilience Program and Policy Administrator for the state of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development who is leading the development for a project that’s the first of its kind.

Duration:00:30:15

81. The Resiliency of Right Now

8/16/2018
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Zander Rose of the Long Now Foundation speaks with us about how designers can design better by thinking differently about time.

Duration:00:32:17

80. How can Cities be Reimagined by Their Citizens? Pt.II

8/9/2018
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This is the second part of a two-part episode of Social Design Insights recorded at the Dutch tech culture festival Border Sessions with two central figures in public art and community building, Dutch artist Jeanne van Heeswijk and Italian architect/artist/activist Lorenzo Romito, from the collective Stalker. During this electric conversation van Heeswijk and Romito expose how our cities are molded by economic interest and are progressively erasing values as inclusiveness, communion and...

Duration:00:27:36

79. How can Cities be Reimagined by Their Citizens? Pt.I

8/9/2018
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This is the first part of a two-part episode of Social Design Insights recorded at the Dutch tech culture festival Border Sessions with two central figures in public art and community building, Dutch artist Jeanne van Heeswijk and Italian architect/artist/activist Lorenzo Romito, from the collective Stalker. During this electric conversation van Heeswijk and Romito expose how our cities are molded by economic interest and are progressively erasing values as inclusiveness, communion and...

Duration:00:25:56

76. Design School as a Site of Insurrection, Then and Now

6/7/2018
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Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, FAIA is an activist educator and public scholar who promotes inclusivity in the cultural makeup of the city-making design professions.

Duration:00:35:36

75. New Forms of Design Education for New Forms of Cities

5/30/2018
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Christian Benimana is a Rwandan architect confronting the challenges of emerging African cities through design education.

Duration:00:31:14

78. Building Social Movements from the Ground Up Pt. II

5/29/2018
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Hosts Eric Cesal and Karen Kubey talk to Courtney Sharpe and Amanda Miller of Black in Design about how to start student movements.

Duration:00:24:53

77. Building Social Movements from the Ground Up Pt. I

5/29/2018
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Hosts Eric Cesal and Karen Kubey talk to Courtney Sharpe and Amanda Miller of Black in Design about how to start student movements.

Duration:00:25:35

74. Co-Producing Design Education

5/24/2018
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Doina Petrescu is an architect, researcher, and educator, focused on ideas of co-production and equity in design.

Duration:00:30:31