By Failed Architecture
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Failed Architecture is a podcast on architecture and the real world. By opening up new perspectives on the built environment, we seek to explore the meaning of architecture in contemporary society. FA challenges dominant spatial fashions and explores alternative realities, reaching far beyond the architectural community. We combine personal stories with research and reflection, always remaining committed to the idea that architecture is about social justice and climate justice, pop culture and subculture, representation and imagination, and everything that happens after the building’s been built.
||Clean#04 Alexandra Lange: Judging Architecture and How We Design for Kids||Alexandra Lange is the architecture critic at Curbed and writes for media outlets such as New Yorker. Her latest book is The Design of Childhood.||21 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#03 Modernism Distorted: Selling Utopia From Kleiburg to Keeling House||While modernist housing estates are still being despised and demolished, a renewed interest is nowadays making their commodified preservation possible.||7 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#02 City Gameplay: The Influence of Video Games on Our Urban Experience||Video games have changed the way we interact with space.||26 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#01 Data Space: The Architecture and Impact of Data Centres||In this podcast episode, we go inside Amsterdams designer data tower and talk to several people about the architecture, environmental impact and cultural significance of data centres.||17 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#0 Trailer||--||15 5 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Worth every second of your time
Dedicated, critical and refreshing. No getting around this one for any self respecting spatial practitioner.
Perfect podcast for narratives about architecture
Great podcast! After listing to the first episode on datacentres, I was totally convinced that a podcast (verbal form) about such a visual field as architecture makes total sense. Looking forward to the commning episodes!