On this week’s Burning Down The House, Curtis is joined by Jessica Sheridan, Editor-In-Chief of the AIA NY’s online magazine “e-Oculus”, and Jacob Alspector, architect and Principal of Alspector Architecture. The three discuss the shifting power of the architect in today’s economy and offer stories of the past and predictions for the future. Learn about the awesomeness of The Pantheon, the magic of the new Living Pavilion, and where to take a tourist to see great ephemeral architecture in New York City. This episode was brought to you by Tekserve, NYC’s most remarkable Mac shop! Visit www.tekserve.com for all your Mac, iPod, and accessory needs.



Photo 1: The Bridgehampton National Bank, designed and built by Curtis B. Wayne. Photo 2: Utah Valley University Digital Learning Center, designed by built by Jacob Jacob Alspector. Photo 3: The Living Pavillion, designed and built by Ann Ha & Behrang Behin.