Episode 4 : 1000 Square Feet

Here are links to the episode in a few different places

We hope you enjoyed our discussion with Anne-Catrin Schultz this week, we certainly did!

Anne-Catrin's Work

  • Anne-Catrin has written 4 books, covering a few different subjects, and they're all really great. Links to two of them are here and here.

Upstairs Neighbors

  • We played a short clip from the sketch during this episode, but it's really worth watching the whole thing here, we promise you'll laugh.

Adaptive Reuse

  • Often, the most visible examples of built architecture with obvious material layers fall into a category of design called adaptive reuse. See below for some links to some recent, noteworthy examples.

Posters!

  • We also played a quick clip from this short but sweet Awkwafina song, and the entire video does not disappoint, find it here.

Value of Architectural Knowledge

  • Alain de Bottom is an English philosopher with a funny name who has written a lot about the power of paying attention to the build environment, See here for an interview he did a few years ago where he discusses this at length.

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