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Burning Down The House

By Curtis B. Wayne

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Description

Sundays at 4:30PM EST Architecture is the laser focus of Burning Down the House, a weekly discourse on all things built, destroyed, admired, and despised. Each week Curtis B. Wayne, your Tudor tutor, invites a posse of authors, critics, builders, designers, and other architecture fiends to reflect on various topics related to perhaps the most functional of art forms. For more info: http://burningdownthehouse-radioarchitecture.blogspot.com Curtis B Wayne is a graduate of the Cooper Union in New York City and of Harvard Design School. He has designed and built projects ranging from the Bridgehampton National Bank Headquarters to restoration of the torch of the Statue of Liberty. Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.

Customer Reviews

Great Show

I'm catching up on back episodes, and am hoping this show didn't faze out.
This is just the type of show I was hoping to find, talking to architects about things that interest architects, and putting things in context with examples and ideas, and a great conversation overall.

Great show

I haven't studied architecture formally, but even as an interested layperson I thoroughly enjoy Mr. Wayne's talks. Another great Heritage Radio Network show

Disappointing -- smart guy, could be much better

i was hoping for a fresh, local perspective on architecture and planning, and instead only heard mediocre complaints. Wayne is well researched on history and on practice, but too frequently devolves to whining about how some are succeeding while others fail.

"Train of thought" presentation style is only compelling when the presenter has thoughts worth repeating.

Burning Down The House
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  • Category: Design
  • Language: English

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