Writing & Thinking About Architecture with Alexandra Lange & Duo Dickinson
How does one define "good" architectural criticism? This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne and frequent guest Duo Dickinson are talking with Alexandra Lange, Professor of Design Criticism at the School of Visual Arts and NYU.
Defining Home with Charlotte Barnard & Duo Dickinson
How does one define a 'home'? Today on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is talking about 'home' from an architectural and design standpoint. Joining Curtis in the studio is Charlotte Barnard, a designer and the Creative Director at Nemo Tile.
The Great Debate with Duo Dickinson
This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is joined by frequent guest Duo Dickinson of the Congress of Residential Architecture. Recently, Curtis moderated CORA's "The Great Debate"; tune into this episode for a recapitulation of the event's happenings.
Burning Down the House - Syncretism
This week's episode of Burning Down the House is a response to last week's interview with Elizabeth Heider of the U.S. Green Building Council. On this episode, Curtis B. Wayne discusses the dichotomy between faith and science in the field of architecture- specifically green building.
Elizabeth Heider of the U.S. Green Building Council
On this week's episode of Burning Down the House, host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by Elizabeth Heider, one of the chair members of the U.S. Green Building Council. Elizabeth is a "recovering architect" involved with the USGBC's LEED certification program.
James Howard Kunstler and Duo Dickinson
On this episode of Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is talking suburbia, oil, and energy with two call-in guests. James Howard Kunstler is a public speaker, critic, and author of Too Much Magic, a book about limited oil and a reversion to smaller-scale, agriculture-based living.