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Radio National's By Design explores the way things look, feel and function, how design reflects social change and how architecture influences who we are-and Artworks takes note when architecture and design affects the nation's cultural and artistic life.

Radio National's By Design explores the way things look, feel and function, how design reflects social change and how architecture influences who we are-and Artworks takes note when architecture and design affects the nation's cultural and artistic life.
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Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

Radio National's By Design explores the way things look, feel and function, how design reflects social change and how architecture influences who we are-and Artworks takes note when architecture and design affects the nation's cultural and artistic life.

Language:

English


Episodes

Iconic buildings: Viceroy House, Delhi

7/22/2016
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Colin Bisset takes us to the opulent Viceroy House.

Duration: 00:03:37


Beating replicas with authentic design

7/22/2016
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Should Australian designers be protected from replicas?

Duration: 00:13:01


Trees reducing crime, self-drive car safety, cookbooks vs blogs, authentic design, Viceroy House, Adam Liaw's stir fry tips

7/22/2016
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Beating replicas with authentic design. Cookbooks in an online world. Planting trees for crime reduction. World's greatest cycling destinations. Tips and tricks: Adam Liaw on the perfect stir fry. Self-drive cars, a safer option or accident waiting to happen? Science behind the healthiest fruits. Iconic buildings: Viceroy House, Delhi .

Duration: 01:19:03


Why do I look so fat?

7/18/2016
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In just two minutes, our perception of fat or thin sized bodies can change depending on our exposure to a particular image.

Duration: 00:22:44


Iconic Buildings: The Galleria, Milan

7/15/2016
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Linger with Colin Bissett in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

Duration: 00:03:33


Iconic Buildings: Jewish Museum, Berlin

7/8/2016
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'The exquisite quietness of the Jewish Museum is filled with rage.'

Duration: 00:03:47


Death of an architect

7/8/2016
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Can a firm survive the death of its "starchitect"?

Duration: 00:15:57


Truffles, plants in religion, Tim Flannery on western New Guinea, ethics of foodies, succession planning for architects

7/8/2016
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Death of an architect. Plants and the sacred. Ethics of being a foodie. Iconic Buildings: Jewish Museum, Berlin. Sense of Place: Tim Flannery on western New Guinea, Indonesia. Cooking with truffles.

Duration: 01:19:18


Insights into 'Melbourne Man' and hyper-hipster culture

7/6/2016
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The Age newspaper has published one of the most controversial front pages ever. It's photo of 'Melbourne Man' with his back-to-front overalls and beret has caused a stir across the country and overseas. Why?

Duration: 00:07:34


Tasmanian shell artist Lola Greeno

7/2/2016
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Lola Greeno is a Tasmanian artist who has revived the traditional Aboriginal practice of shell stringing.

Duration: 00:12:41


Iconic Buildings: Gateway Arch, St Louis, Missouri

7/1/2016
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Architect Eero Saarinen is well known for the iconic Tulip chair but his arch is a bitter-sweet monument.

Duration: 00:03:31


The history of the suit

7/1/2016
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What has made the suit one of our most enduring fashion items?

Duration: 00:12:16


Tasmanian shell artist Lola Greeno

6/27/2016
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Lola Greeno is a Tasmanian artist who has revived the traditional Aboriginal practice of shell stringing.

Duration: 00:13:21


Portrait of Guy Warren part 1

6/19/2016
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Guy Warren is one of Australia’s oldest working artists and has just celebrated his 95th birthday with an exhibition launch of past and present paintings. Through his insightful eyes we explore the history of art in Australia over the last 70 years, and hear his wise reflections on life and art.

Duration: 00:28:08


Hell to Happiness - Patricia Dennis' story of surviving and thriving

6/15/2016
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Patricia Dennis' journey from a childhood in a Japanese prison camp to high fashion modelling, farming and family.

Duration: 00:23:46


Are jumpsuits the future?

6/14/2016
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One day, we may all be wearing the same thing, like the cast of Star Trek.

Duration: 00:08:20


The art of patience

6/11/2016
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When a critic wrote that the tradition was dead Yvonne Koolmatrie was spurred on to do whatever she could to teach Ngarrindjeri weaving techniques. She went on represent Australia at the 1997 Venice Biennale. Her greatest inspiration: a piece of roadkill.

Duration: 00:13:14


Iconic Buildings: Darwin's Parliament House

6/10/2016
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Colin Bisset heads north to Darwin for his latest iconic building.

Duration: 00:04:24


The handmade revolution

6/10/2016
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Is the revival of the handmade remaking our world?

Duration: 00:16:20


Creating better cities, Zimbabwe, perfect poached egg, music in graphic design

6/3/2016
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Night of horrors: when dinner parties go very wrong. Font design, music and the space in between . Sense of Place: Petina Gappah on Zimbabwe. Placemaking and creating better cities.

Duration: 01:19:38

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