Nathan Myhrvold, "The Photography of Modernist Cuisine"
On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Nathan Myhrvold has always been ambitious, cooking his family a full Thanksgiving dinner at the age of 9, graduating high school at 14, two Masters degrees and a PHD in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics at 23 from Princeton, and postdoctoral cosmology work at the Univ
A New Humanism with Robert Lamb Hart
Architect and urban planner Robert Lamb Hart talks about redefining humanism on today's episode of Burning Down the House, hosted by Curtis B. Wayne. Listen to this episode to hear about Bob's Bauhaus-style schooling, and the importance of a breadth of design education.
Interior Landscapes with Daniella Ohad Smith, Ph.D.
On this episode of Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is talking about interior landscapes with School of Visual Arts design criticism professor Daneilla Ohad Smith, Ph.D. Tune into this episode to hear about how interior furnishings reflect the history and culture of a home's inhabitant.
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 rehabilitating the profession (and combating the forces of High Modernism, Leed Accreditation, Governmental Inter