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The Shape of Things That Work

Katy Purviance Basic is talking about form and function on this week's installment of Burning Down the House. Curtis B. Wayne calls up Katy to chat about the role of architecture in impro...

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The Room, The Street, & Human Agreement

Curtis B. Wayne celebrates light and architecture today by reading Louis Kahn's famous American Institute of Architect Gold Medal acceptance speech, "The Room, The Street, and Human Agree...

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Volunteerism & Service with Leah Kreger

This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is discussing volunteerism with architect Leah Kreger. Leah has been donating her time to relief efforts in Breezy Point and The Rocka...

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Amanda Kolson Hurley

This week's guest on Burning Down the House is writer Amanda Kolson Hurley, who contributes to publications such as Architect Magazine & Urbanite.

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Urban Design, Transportation & Architecture

This week's conversation on Burning Down the House focuses on the fusion between urban design, architecture, transportation and shape of our cities. Curtis B.

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Concerning Licensure

Fans of Burning Down the House are in for a treat this week as Curtis is joined by friends & colleagues Matt Arnold, Jake Alspector & Nicholas Agneta to discuss all things "Concer...

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Duo Dickinson

On this week's Burning Down The House, Curtis calls up Duo Dickinson, architect, author, and co-founder of The Congress of Residential Architecture, to discuss CORA's 8-point plan for reh...

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Jessica Sheridan and Dr. Jacob Alspector

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 Al...

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Garbagology

This week is all about trash on Burning Down The House. Curtis B. Wayne and Jacob Alspector discuss garbage as a design theme & The Cascadia Building Challenge.