The Midnight Charette Design and Architecture Show

The Midnight Charette Design and Architecture Show

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The Midnight Charette is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday.


#151 - Gabriel Ricioppo, Part-Owner & Former Creative Director of Need Supply, Co-Founder of Supergravity & Flat Earth on Branding, Fashion, and Retail
Dec 3 • 114 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Gabriel Ricioppo, Part-Owner and Former Creative Director of Need Supply Co, Co-Founder and Creative Director of the Supergravity, a creative agency, and Flat Earth. Gabe discusses what makes a brand successful,…
#150 - The 2019 Design Convention: Creativity in Consumerism and Art vs Design
Nov 26 • 73 min
This week David and Marina share their experience at the 2019 Design Convention (the toys, art, and people) and discuss consumerism as a form of creativity, curating design, the differences between design and art, presenting and selling work, and more!
#149 - How to Handle Getting Laid Off or Fired From Your Job
Nov 20 • 73 min
This week David and Marina answer a caller asking what steps they should take after being laid off (or fired) from their job. David shares his experience of leaving offices and why it might not be a bad thing.
#148 - David Godshall, Landscape Architect & Founder of Terremoto on Design & Native Planting
Nov 18 • 109 min
This week David and Marina are joined by David Godshall, Landscape Architect and Co-Founder of Terremoto to discuss the differences between the design and philosophy of landscape architecture, running an office, when native plants should and should not be…
#147 - How to Interview to Get Hired, Strategies for Designers and Architects
Nov 13 • 100 min
This week David and Marina discuss strategies for acing your job interviews! The two cover everything from preparation to key talking strategies and behavior, what to bring and wear, asking for the right salary, closing the interview, and some interview…
#146 - Halloween, Designers at West Elm, and Diddy
Nov 5 • 69 min
This week David and Marina talk about Halloween growing up and Halloween in NYC as adults, their costumes, David accidentally finishing a running race, West Elm, what qualifies a person as a ‘designer’, seeing Diddy in LA, and more!
#145 - Ben Blacker: Television, Film, and Comic Book Writer on Storytelling
Oct 29 • 80 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Ben Blacker, television, film, and Comic Book Writer, to discuss the nuances of creative writing, how characters are developed, making it as a writer in Los Angeles, having a writing partner, the key elements of a…
#144 - How to Ace Your Employee Review and Get What You Deserve!
Oct 24 • 59 min
This week David and Marina answer a message from the hotline about employee reviews. The two share their experiences, discuss what they, why they matter, how to ask for a raise, and how best to prepare. Shoutout to the listener who called in!
#143 - Frances Anderton, Host of Design and Architecture on KCRW
Oct 21 • 65 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Frances Anderton, the Host of KCRW’s Design and Architecture show to discuss the current state of Los Angeles, moving from the UK to LA, what drew her to architecture, her transition from design to radio show host,…
#142 - Becoming a Licensed Architect Through IPAL (Integrated Path To Architectural Licensure)
Oct 15 • 72 min
This week David and Marina answer a call in from a listener asking if she should enroll in IPAL (the Integrated Path To Architectural Licensure) in undergraduate school to become a licensed architect and if IPAL should be a factor when choosing a…
#141 - Questioning Sustainability in Architectural Design & How to Apply to Graduate School
Oct 14 • 65 min
This week David and Marina answer questions from a listener to have a discussion about conceptual thinking in sustainable designs and how to apply to graduate schools. Have any questions or comments? Call our hotline at 213-222-6950 and leave a voicemail.
#140 - Joker Movie: A Designers’ Review and a Disturbing Theater Experience
Oct 8 • 80 min
This week David and Marina review the Joker movie and discuss their disturbing theater experience with Joker-laughter-mimicking audience members. We cover plot, music, character development, how the movie relates to other comic book films, and social…
#139 - Tristan Eaton; Artist, Designer, and Spray Paint Muralist on His Creative Process
Oct 6 • 121 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Tristan Eaton, Street Art Muralist and Designer to discuss making it as an artist, using secret artwork to express himself, the philosophy and process behind his designs and painting, creating his unique…
#138 - Cul de Sacs & Neighborhood Master Plans, Childhood Homes, and Overpriced Lemonade Stands
Oct 1 • 67 min
A casual conversation leads to exploring the design and master-planning of neighborhoods and childhood homes,
#137 - Preston Taylor, Actor and Comedian on the Art of Stand Up Comedy and Hollywood
Sep 25 • 111 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Preston Taylor, Actor and Comedian, to discuss the creative process behind stand up comedy, what it’s like to perform live, moving from Texas to Los Angeles, and more!
#136 - Computer Programs for Architects: Choosing, Implementing, and Learning the Right Software
Sep 23 • 88 min
This week David and Marina discuss software in design and architecture. Don’t worry! It’s not as boring as it sounds! The two cover what programs you need to know; 2D drafting and 3D modeling; the best BIM programs; office implementation and learning of…
#135 - Questions from Listeners: Moving Cities and Changing Architecture Jobs for Design
Sep 16 • 75 min
This week David and Marina answer questions from listeners covering: How to get a job in a different city; if it’s worthwhile working in a big city like NYC; Design offices and corporate ones, leaving one for the other; and finding the right mentor. Have…
#134 - Mall Experiences & Design Review of the Salesforce Transit Park, San Francisco
Sep 9 • 74 min
This week David and Marina discuss their recent three-day experience the mall, aggressive retailers, bathroom doors with gaps, and review the 2.2 billion-dollar Salesforce Transit Center and Park (review begins at 32:11): Cracked beams, ineffective…
#133 - Dana Cuff, Founding Director of cityLAB on Urban Design, Changing Planning Policies, & Smart Architecture
Sep 5 • 95 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Dana Cuff, Founding Director of cityLAB and Professor of architecture and urbanism at UCLA, to discuss the challenges of changing state policies, combining urban design and research, why smart architecture hasn’t…
#132 - Our New Hotline, Design Processes, Quitting Your Job to Start a Business, and Depression
Sep 2 • 97 min
This week David and Marina announce The Midnight Charette’s new phone hotline, balancing order and chaos in the design process, work environments, quitting jobs, not working for a boss, and depression. ALSO, two more Tips and Tactics episodes on…
#131 - Christopher Hawthorne, Chief Design Officer of Los Angeles on the 2028 Olympics, Solving the Housing Crisis, and Elon Musk’s Tunnel System
Aug 26 • 125 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Christopher Hawthorne, the Chief Design Officer of Los Angeles, to discuss his transition to becoming the city’s first Chief Design Officer, how LA is preparing for the 2028 Olympics, strategies for solving LA’s…
#130 - The Design of Boba Shops, Tarantino’s ‘Racist’ Portrayal of Bruce Lee, Imagery and Design
Aug 19 • 86 min
This week David and Marina discuss Tarantino’s controversial portrayal of Bruce Lee, the design of boba shops, photography and it’s subject matter, the challenges of conversing on social media, how imagery and the built environment shape one another, and…
#129 - Andrew Kovacs, Architect of Coachella’s Colossal Cacti on Postmodernism & Curating Images to Design
Aug 12 • 89 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Andrew Kovacs - Architect and Founder Office Kovacs and Curator of Archive of Affinities - to discuss the lack of opportunities for young progressive architects in the US, designing an installation for Coachella,…
#128 - Cart-Abandoning Racists at Home Depot, Surviving the 5 Freeway, Loving Materials, & Random Stores
Aug 5 • 72 min
This week David and Marina discuss David’s encounter with a cart-abandoning (and possibly racist) customer at Home Depot, public peeing in NYC, why takeout in California sucks, the delicate balance of driving on the 5 freeway, disrespecting gifts and…
#127 - Anshuman Prasad, Movie Set Designer and Concept Artist - Westworld, Maleficent, Batman v Superman
Jul 31 • 94 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Anshuman Prasad, Movie Set Designer and Concept Artist, to discuss transitioning from architecture to set design, the Hollywood industry, creature design, fictional places, the construction of sets, and much more!…
#126 - Review of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and a Terrible Movie Audience Experience
Jul 28 • 31 min
This week David and Marina discuss their experience seeing Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, why Taratino’s 9th film is likely not what most people expect, loud audience members, films within films, and more. Enjoy!
#125 - Architect Audrey Sato, LEED on Designing Homes, Women in Architecture and Marketing
Jul 22 • 83 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Audrey Sato to discuss her office Sato Architects, marketing, unpaid internships, why residential buildings are rewarding to design, her podcast on women in architecture XX|LA and more!
#124 - Review of Stranger Things, Season 3
Jul 16 • 28 min
This week David and Marina discuss season 3 of Stranger Things: Referencing iconic movies, comparisons to season 1 and 2, character development and missed opportunities. Warning: This episode contains spoilers!
#123 - Peeps, In-Flight Snacks, and Negativity Towards Other Designers and Creatives
Jul 8 • 63 min
This week David and Marina question if eating Peeps is sexual, emasculating in-flight snacks, competition tower designs, why the architecture community is its own worst enemy, and other creative professions. Enjoy!
#122 - Alexis Kraft: Architect & Educator on Dangerous Art, Open Office Design & Cities
Jul 1 • 113 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Alexis Kraft, Architect, Interior Designer and Educator, to discuss living in San Francisco and New York City, Studio O+A, experimental (and dangerous) arts in design school, ‘open office’ designs, cool building…
#121 - Is Architecture ‘Worth It’? Questions for Aspiring Architects and Hard Truths About the Profession
Jun 24 • 61 min
This week David and Marina answer a post from an Archinect forum thread written by a 15-year old who aspires to become an architect. In the original post, the author wonders what some of the pros and cons are of architecture, how he/she should prepare for…
#120 - Architect Khaldoon Khaireddin on Multi-Family Housing & Running a Firm
Jun 17 • 80 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect Khaldoon Khaireddin to discuss multi-family housing buildings, his office, starting a business, working with developers, practicing in Los Angeles and more. Enjoy!
#119 - Chernobyl, Always Be My Maybe, and Apple’s New Mac Pro and $6K Monitor
Jun 10 • 74 min
This week David and Marina discuss HBO’s Chernobyl (starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson), Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe (starring Ali Wong and Randall Park), street cultures, Apple’s New Mac Pro and $6K Monitor, refurbished products,…
#118 - Elizabeth Timme & Helen Leung: LA-Más, a Non-Profit Urban Design, Policy & Architecture Organization
Jun 4 • 76 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Elizabeth Timme & Helen Leung, Executive Directors of LA-Más to discuss the founding the organization, maintaining non-profit status, aiding communities through policy and architecture, social responsibility in…
#117 - Ryan Tyler Martinez, Assistant Chair of the School of Architecture at Woodbury University
May 30 • 89 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Ryan Tyler Martinez to discuss all things architecture including teaching pedagogies, current trends in the profession, taking the ARE’s, how film-making relates to architecture, attend SCI-Arc, the politics of…
#116 - Aladdin! Comparing 1992 and 2019 versions & The Movies’ Racial Controversy
May 27 • 79 min
This week David and Marina review Aladdin (2019) and compare it to the 1992 original, covering everything from character portrayal (Will Smith’s genie, the not-creepy-enough Jafar, the updated and contemporized Jasmin, etc.), the old and new songs,…
#115 - How to Design a Portfolio That Will Get You Hired - A Job Application Guide for Designers and Architects
May 21 • 91 min
This week David and Marina discuss how to create a design portfolio that will you interviewed and hired. The two cover everything from the critical points most designers overlook and what employers look for in a portfolio to format, binding, book size,…
#114 - Irish Pubs, Perceived Racism, the Architecture of Bars, and Random Stories
May 16 • 78 min
This week David and Marina have a mixed conversation on the social awkwardness of Irish Pubs, perceived racism, the architecture of bars, talkers versus do’ers, honesty in offices, bitchy servers, the importance of exit interviews and other random things.…
#113 - Alissa Walker, Urbanism Editor at Curbed on City Design, Transportation and Autonomous Vehicles
May 14 • 95 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Alissa Walker, Curbed’s Urbanism Editor, to discuss how autonomous vehicles should be implemented in cities, housing densification in Los Angeles, the city’s plan for the 2028 Olympics, the essential components of…
#112 - The Notre Dame Cathedral Architecture and The Battle of Winterfell
May 6 • 68 min
This week David and Marina discuss what should happen with the Notre Dame Cathedral post-fire, the architecture proposals for its rebuilding, memorial architecture, crisis response, tearing down buildings, the 9/11 development and the Game of Thrones:…
#111 - Review of Avengers: Endgame! With SPOILERS
May 1 • 66 min
This week David, Marina, and Ling discuss Avengers: Endgame in a SPOILER-filled review. The three cover plot, character portrayal, fight-scene choreography, the film’s humor & relationship to Avengers: Infinity War, the quality of the 3d, visual styles…
#110 - Jimenez Lai & Joanna Grant of Bureau Spectacular on Architecture and Design
Apr 29 • 98 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Jimenez Lai & Joanna Grant, Partners of Bureau Spectacular and Professors at UCLA and USC, to discuss the evolution of their office, architecture typologies (why would a parking structure be interesting?),…
#109 - Architectural Design Review of Lascaux IV: The International Centre of Cave Art in Montignac, France by Snøhetta
Apr 24 • 67 min
This week David and Marina review Lascaux IV: The International Centre of Cave Art by Snøhetta. The two share their experience visiting the museum and their critique of the building’s many galleries, architectural detailing, organization, cave art…
#108 - Neil Denari, Architect and Professor on Music, Design, The High Line, NYC and Paris
Apr 22 • 110 min
Architect Neil Denari discusses experimental music, teaching urban design, morality, NYC during the 80s, the High Line’s success and more. Enjoy!
#107 - Traveling to France: Local Foods, People and Architecture
Apr 16 • 72 min
This week David and Marina discuss their recent trip to France: tiny airplanes, a 20-hour layover in Paris, the architecture of the small southern French towns, local foods and people, Parisian attire, smelly cheese, socialism, normal French eating…
#106 - How To Make a Résumé To Get Hired as a Designer or Architect
Apr 10 • 61 min
David and Marina discuss how to create a successful design résumé to get hired. The two cover everything from what to include if you have a lot of experience, résumé length, what offices look for in a résumé, how to stand out, how it should be structured,…
#105 - Alvin Huang, Architect and Professor at USC on London, Design & Not Sleeping
Apr 8 • 100 min
Architect Alvin Huang discusses his time in London, the AA School, meeting Rem Koolhaas, his office, teaching at USC, cheap foods and more!
TMC Movie-Talk #06 - The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Apr 5 • 84 min
This week David, Marina and Ling review The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, a wonky movie composed of six separate short-films directed by the Coen Brothers. The movie ranges from funny, weird, deeply sad, mysterious and loving. All of the characters are…
#104 - Tips & Tactics: Choosing the Best Architecture School - Design Education
Apr 1 • 58 min
Choosing the right undergraduate architecture school: quarter vs semesters programs, universities vs architecture-only schools, architecture curricula, faculty members and more. Enjoy and please leave a review!
#103 - Michael Hogan, Real Estate Agent in Los Angeles on Buying & Selling Homes
Mar 25 • 100 min
Michael Hogan talks the keys to buying and selling homes, having a successful mindset, the four personality types and more. Enjoy and Please leave us a review!
TMC Movie-Talk #05 - A Quiet Place
Mar 20 • 38 min
Satisfying film with suspenseful scenes, a plot that unfolds nicely and incredible acting by every character. Plus, survival techniques, poorly designed monsters and more.
#102 - Wes Jones, Architect and Director of Architecture at USC on Design, Honesty and Humor
Mar 18 • 130 min
Honest and humor in design, how to solve the homeless crisis in LA, teaching design and more!
#101 - The Design & Architecture of Universal Studios
Mar 11 • 76 min
The design of Universal Studios: theme parks as utopias and augmented realities, digital screens in amusement rides and Hogsmeade.
TMC Movie-Talk #04 - Bird Box
Mar 6 • 29 min
Did live up to the hype? How would you survive in in Bird Box reality? Suspending disbelief when watching movies, dumb characters in survival movies and birds.
#100 - George Smart and Tom Guild, Hosts of US Modernist Radio
Mar 4 • 51 min
How US Modernist started, the hosts’ love for modernist architecture, DJing, George’s own custom home and more.
#99 - A Designer’s Review of the 2019 Grammys
Feb 27 • 36 min
This week David and Marina discuss the 2019 Grammys show: it’s production, set design, the solos, odd duets and the winners.
#98 - Valentine’s Day and The Aladdin Trailer
Feb 25 • 24 min
Valentine’s Day, the hypocrisy of Nutella, the new Aladdin trailer, Bo Peeps pants, beef cake genies with nipples and more. Enjoy!
#97 - Josef Kasperovich, Architectural Photographer and Professor at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Feb 18 • 111 min
This week Josef Kasperovich, Architectural Photographer and Professor at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo joins us to have one of our most diverse conversations to date.
#96 - Tips & Tactics: How to Get Hired as a Designer, Part 1: Applying for the Job
Feb 13 • 53 min
How apply when you are under-qualified, the greatest challenge applicants face, if you should apply in-person, how to ‘get in’ without any connections, when to apply, how to prepare for the interview and more.
#95 - Beautiful Cities, Ugly Architecture & Universal Aesthetics (a la Jason Momoa)
Feb 11 • 42 min
The Archinect Sessions Podcast, beautiful cities and bad architecture, and universal aesthetics.
#94 - Paul Petrunia, Founder of Archinect on Online Media, Technology and Archinect
Feb 4 • 113 min
This week Paul Petrunia, Founder of Archinect joins us for a diverse conversation on cybernetic neuralinks, the challenges of interviewing architects, starting Archinect back in 1997, mobile communications, opposing views, political correctness,…
TMC Movie-Talk #03 - Mary Poppins Returns and Mary Poppins (1964)
Feb 1 • 56 min
How does Mary Poppins Returns compare to the original?
#92 - Heather Flood, Chair of B. Arch and M. Arch at Woodbury University
Jan 30 • 71 min
Heather Flood, Chair of B. Arch and M.Arch at Woodbury University, Burbank discusses her journey into architecture, teaching at SCI-Arc, her philosophies in architecture, the importance of failure in design and more!
#93 - Booty Shorts & Design Offices That Aren’t Creative or Collaborative
Jan 28 • 98 min
This week David and Marina have their usual weirdly-blended discussion of design and random stuff, covering the DNA results of Marina’s mother, riding and eating donkeys in France, aggressive booty shorts, trying to be cool in junior high, childhood…
TMC Movie-Talk #02 - Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Jan 17 • 88 min
Things get crazy during our review of Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse! Both films are a visual treat, but one suffers from fishy dialogue. Womp Womp. Enjoy!
#91 - Marie Kondo’s Netflix Show & The Social Pressures of Gift Giving
Jan 14 • 78 min
This week David and Marina have a light conversation about adults who over celebrate their birthdays, baby showers, gift giving and Marie Kondo’s new Netflix show (more specifically, the first couple in episode one—put that boob away!). Enjoy!
#90 - Doug Jackson, Architect & Professor at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Jan 8 • 115 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Doug Jackson, Architect and professor of architecture at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, to discuss his recent stay in Japan, his take on sustainable architecture and the SOUPERgreen! Project and Book, being a partner at…
TMC Movie-Talk #01 - Killing Eve
Jan 3 • 82 min
On our first episode of Midnight Charette Movie-Talk, with new co-host and cinema buff Ling Li, we review season one of Killing Eve starring Sandra Oh as Eve and Jodie Comer as Villanelle. Warning, this episode contains spoilers! Villanelle (Comer) is a…
#89 - The Retro Architecture of Palm Springs & New Development
Dec 31, 2018 • 75 min
This week David and Marina discuss their trip to Palm Springs and its lovably weird architecture and the survival of retro styles.
#88 - Design Review: Elon Musk’s Tunnel Transportation Proposal
Dec 26, 2018 • 51 min
In response to the LA Times article “Is Elon Musk’s Tunnel Vision the Right Way to Fix Southern California’s Traffic?” we are re-releasing our design critique of Musk’s proposal from Episode #47. Enjoy!
#87 - The Walt Disney Concert Hall & Arturo Sandoval’s Christmas Concert
Dec 24, 2018 • 89 min
This week David and Marina describe what it’s like going to Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Broad Museum and discuss Arturo Sandoval’s Christmas concert, the joy of high notes, trumpet playing, crazy audience members, offensive holiday…
#86 - Takashi Yanai, Architect, Partner & Residential Studio Director at EYRC Architects
Dec 17, 2018 • 99 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect Takashi Yanai, Partner at Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects, to discuss architectural styles, office lineage, becoming a partner, dropping out of architecture school to become an architect, translating…
#85 - Tips & Tactics: Six Career Questions for Fresh Graduates - The Issue of Reputation in Architecture
Dec 10, 2018 • 99 min
This week David and Marina answer six key questions for fresh graduates from the Archinect forum thread “The Issue of Reputation in Architecture.”
#84 - Having a Successful Architecture Firm with CEO & CFO of IR Architects, Ignacio & Lauren Rodriguez
Dec 3, 2018 • 108 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Ignacio and Lauren Rodriguez, the CEO and CFO of IR Architects to discuss key tips to running a successful architecture practice, how real estate can empower architects, their journey from starting their firm six…
#83 - David Brodie, Architect and Emeritus Professor at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo & UC Berkeley
Nov 27, 2018 • 163 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect and Emeritus Professor of Architecture at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, David Brodie to discuss the iPhone, the education of design and architecture, David’s journey from Cape Town South Africa to London,…
#82 - Dean of Architecture at Woodbury University, Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter
Nov 19, 2018 • 87 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, Dean of Architecture at Woodbury University, to discuss the importance of diversity in design education, why the title of ‘Architect’ should become more inclusive, her upcoming paper on…
#81 - Why People (Not You) Shouldn’t Vote and How Mobile Photography Shapes Our Identities
Nov 12, 2018 • 81 min
This week we have a ridiculous conversation about politics and voting, running in neighborhoods, drinking an excess of MCT oil instead of eating vegetables, the chaos of Apple stores and how technology has impacted photography, artifacts and how we…
#80 - Marc J Neveu, Head of Architecture at Arizona State University and Executive Editor of the Journal of Architectural Education
Nov 5, 2018 • 126 min
This week we are joined by Marc J. Neveu, Architecture Program Head at Arizona State University and Executive Editor of the Journal of Architectural Education to discuss how architectural education can be improved, the role of the JAE today, timeless…
#79 - Ling Li, Financial Analyst at Lionsgate on All Things Movie-Related
Oct 29, 2018 • 139 min
This week we are joined by Lionsgate Financial Analyst, Ling Li to take a break from design and discuss all things movie-related: how actors are paid, weird interviews, embarrassing work stories, critiques of SNL, Ariana Grande, Bojack Horseman, Archer,…
#78 - How Women & Minorities Can Receive Fair Treatment in the Workplace with Architect Elise McCurley
Oct 22, 2018 • 89 min
This week we are joined by Architect Elise McCurley to discuss how equality and fair treatment of minorities and females can be achieved in architecture, what women and minorities can do in their offices to better ensure they receive opportunities…
#77 - Building Stuff, Dwayne Johnson’s Skyscraper Movie and Eating Meat
Oct 16, 2018 • 84 min
This week David and Marina question if building / fabricating / construction experience is necessary to do good design, using SawStops and dado blades sets, Dwayne Johnson’s Skyscraper movie, poodles in the wind, how chickens are made and being vegan (we…
#76 - The Fontainebleau School of Music and Architecture with Nicholas Stanos, VP of Fine Arts
Oct 8, 2018 • 119 min
This week we are joined by Nicholas Stanos, Architect and Vice President of Fine Arts of the Ecoles d’Art Americaines de Fontainebleau (The Fontainebleau School of Music and Architecture in France) to discuss the history of the study abroad program, what…
#75 - Talking With Elderly Relatives & Why Design Schools Are Cults
Oct 1, 2018 • 83 min
This week things get weird as David and Marina talk about millennials vs baby boomers, the challenges of talking with old relatives, why design schools are actually cults, using BIM programs and more. Enjoy!
#73 - Wid Chapman, Architect & Former Chair of the Interior Design Department of Parsons The New School for Design
Sep 17, 2018 • 101 min
This week we are joined by Architect Wid Chapman, Founding Principal of Wid Chapman Architects, Interior Design & Architecture teacher and Former Chair of the Interior Design Department at Parsons, The New School for Design. We discuss the differences…
#72 - Let’s Talk About Elon Musk & If Architecture Will Die
Sep 10, 2018 • 95 min
This week David and Marina discuss Elon Musk’s interview on the Joe Rogan Podcast, the death of architecture, augmented realities, owners of big trucks, engineering and design, visiting the DMV, gruff waiters and more. Enjoy! Why Elon Musk’s Hyerploop is…
#71 - Karen Kubey, Housing and Health Expert, Urbanist and Architectural Editor
Sep 4, 2018 • 142 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Karen Kubey, urbanist and architectural educator specializing in housing and health, to discuss affordable and public housing, the current volume of Architectural Design (AD), “Housing as Intervention: Architecture…
#70 - Crazy Rich Asians and Why Downtown Disney’s Planning is Terrible
Aug 27, 2018 • 89 min
This week David and Marina discuss Crazy Rich Asians from an Asian perspective, was it that good?, why people have sympathy for the wealthy, montages that last way too long, why the land planning of Downtown Disney doesn’t work, Disneyland as an…
#69 - Sharon Zukin, Professor of Sociology, Brooklyn College & CUNY Graduate Center on the Tech. Industry, Modern Urban Life & Public Spaces
Aug 20, 2018 • 88 min
This week David and Marina are joined by Sharon Zukin, Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College & the CUNY Graduate Center and the author of numerous books on modern urban life. The three discuss her upcoming book on the tech industry’s impact on…
#68 - The Culture Shock of Moving to California & Why Environmental Changes Aren’t Taken Seriously
Aug 14, 2018 • 81 min
This week David and Marina discuss the culture shock of moving to California, learning to drive, why environmental changes aren’t taken seriously, the different egos in NYC and SoCal, the new weird trend of fake freckles, self-centered minorities and…
#67 - Wendy W Fok, Architect & Founder of WE-DESIGNS on Academia, Technology & Real Estate
Aug 7, 2018 • 157 min
This week Wendy W Fok, Architect & Founder of design firm, WE-DESIGNS joins us to discuss Hong Kong, her love/hate relationship with school, Princeton, Harvard, Bartlett, academia vs practice, working at Ralph Lauren, a bizarre Black Mirror-esque…
#66 - Confusing Short Films & Why Minimalism Today is Just Lazy Design
Jul 29, 2018 • 110 min
This week David and Marina discuss that weird short film before the Incredibles 2, farting in theaters, actors who portray cgi characters, karaoke in k-town, “craft” in design & music, why the “sock shoe” approach to design and minimalism today is just…
#65 - Alexia Beghi, Senior Architectural Designer at Gensler
Jul 24, 2018 • 163 min
This week we are joined by Alexia Beghi, Senior Architectural Designer at Gensler to discuss visiting Chicago, traveling on the east coast, white rice meals in Las Vegas, imagining attacks in NYC, wild dreams on Zyrtec, honeymooning in France,…
#64 - Bizarre Bathroom Behavior, Why Instagram’s New Office is Terrible & The Censorship of Architects
Jul 17, 2018 • 101 min
This week David and Marina talk bizarre bathroom behaviors, visiting the Hearst Tower in NYC, snobs in elevators, why Instagram’s new office design is terrible, curiosity in conversations, hosting interviews, why architects are censored and more!
#63 - David Basulto, Founder, CEO & Editor-In-Chief of ArchDaily, The World’s Most Visited Architecture Website
Jul 10, 2018 • 113 min
This week we are joined by David Basulto - Founder, CEO and Editor-In-Chief of ArchDaily, The World’s Most Visited Architecture Website - to discuss how news & design media impacts architecture, the team behind ArchDaily, why ArchDaily matters, current…
#62 - Kevin Wong, Photographer, Instagram Influencer & Architectural Designer
Jul 2, 2018 • 158 min
This week are joined by Kevin Wong - Photographer, Instagram Influencer and Architectural Designer - to discuss living in Hong Kong, his journey from photographing as a hobby to shooting for companies like BMW, Leica, Nike and HypeBeast, becoming an…
#61 - Is Branding Necessary? Materiality & Why Modern Construction is Perverse
Jun 26, 2018 • 116 min
This week we talk racist tweets, censorship, Architect Odile Decq’s belief in strong personalities and bold designs, “Is having a branding necessary?”, visiting marble quarries, materiality, why modern construction is perverse, Norman Foster’s Hearst…
#60 - Young Architect Michael Riscica on Passing the Architect Registration Exams and Entrepreneurial Advice
Jun 19, 2018 • 186 min
This week we are joined by the “Young Architect” Michael Riscica! We discuss his crazy path to becoming a licensed architect, strategies for passing the architecture exams, NCARB, the AIA, gender issues in the profession, his entrepreneurial success, him…
#59 - Is Design Culture-Specific & Could Corbusier’s Ronchamp be Designed in Revit?
Jun 12, 2018 • 109 min
Copying and selling designs, the effects of cultural identity on creative work, Korean skin, architecture and music genres and “Could Corbusier’s Ronchamp be designed in Revit?”
#58 - David Briggs, Architect & Co-Founder of Gowanus by Design
Jun 5, 2018 • 205 min
This week David Briggs, Architect and Co-Founder of Gowanus By Design joins us to discuss New York City in the 80s, gentrification, urban preservation, the planning challenges of Gowanus (a neighborhood in Brooklyn) and its severely polluted canal,…
#57 - French Architecture School & Vomit Omelettes
May 29, 2018 • 103 min
French Architecture school, living off of chili with cream cheese, sororities & vomit omelettes, Wakanda salutes, surviving school, cutting off parts of fingers, fitting in with happy people, loogies, blood and more delicious things!
#56 - Dong-Ping Wong, Architect & Founder of FOOD & +POOL (The World’s First Water-Filtering Floating Pool)
May 22, 2018 • 116 min
This week Architect Dong-Ping Wong, Founding Partner of FOOD joins us to discuss architecture design process, running a firm, +POOL (the world’s first water-filtering floating pool), design education, rendering styles and much more! Dong-Ping Wong has…
#55 - The 9/11 Development, Dance-Offs & Public Parks
May 15, 2018 • 96 min
The 9/11 development, hurricane Sandy, privatizing public parks, comparing film-making to design, the subway crazy bike lady, FRIENDS and more!
#54 - Franz Hoffman, Co-Founder of Fontself
May 10, 2018 • 118 min
This week we are joined by Franz Hoffman the co-founder of Fontself, a plug-in that enables graphic designer to create custom fonts. We discuss technology’s impact on design, why typography matters, the challenges of starting a business, designing for…
#53 - Surviving Design Critiques & The Challenges of Podcasting
May 1, 2018 • 107 min
“Quiet Clubbing” & “Silent Parties”, Coachella outfits, putting cats with check-in baggage, photographing while traveling and the challenges of Podcasting. In hour two we discuss design presentations, reviews, critics and learning design.
#52 - Architect & Writer Michael Sorkin on Urbanism, Teaching Design & Architecture
Apr 24, 2018 • 71 min
This week we are joined by Michael Sorkin to discuss neighborhoods, gentrification, smart cities, city development, teaching design and more! Michael is an architect, educator and writer. He is the founder of Michael Sorkin Studio and Terreform - The…
#51 - Ben Meade, Design Director of Alloy Development on Architecture & Revamping Park Ave.
Apr 17, 2018 • 172 min
This week Ben Meade, Design Director at Alloy Development joins us to discuss architecture, his work at Alloy, his crazy move to New York and his winning proposal with design group Maison to revamp Park Avenue in Manhattan as part of the design…
#50 - Rude Monks & Why Kyoto Was ‘Meh’; Visiting Japan
Apr 10, 2018 • 114 min
This week we discuss visiting Japan: tourist traps, why Kyoto wasn’t that great, the lamest monkey park ever, staying at a temple with rude monks, eating octopus on a stick and fatty tuna sushi that melts in your mouth!
#49 - Japan’s Butt-Cleaning Toilets, Clean Subways & Tasty Ramen
Apr 3, 2018 • 78 min
This week we discuss our trip to Japan! Japan’s amazingly clean public transportation systems and sidewalks, butt-cleaning toilets and the best ramen ever.
#48 - Gender Equality in Architecture Offices & Why Social Media Divides Us
Mar 27, 2018 • 102 min
This week: A survey of Norman Foster’s office shows it pays 10.5% more to its men and there are less women in senior positions (what do general surveys like this actually mean? Should we aim to have equal parts men and women in offices?), a re-useable…
#47 - Richard Meier: Accused of Sexual Assault & Elon Musk’s Public Transportation Proposal
Mar 20, 2018 • 93 min
This week we discuss the accusations of Richard Meier sexually harassing his employees, the future of Meier’s office, city design and why Elon Musk’s proposal for underground transportation could ruin our cities.
#46 - Preservationists, Feminists & the Tallest Building Ever to be Demolished
Mar 13, 2018 • 102 min
This week we discuss Chase Bank’s plans to demolish it’s current headquarters. Located in Midtown Manhattan, 270 Park Avenue will be the tallest building ever demolished. The problem? Preservationists, historians and feminists want it saved! The…
#45 - Wire-Walking the WTC & the Hasidic Jewish Community in NYC
Feb 26, 2018 • 66 min
This week we discuss Philippe Petit (the man who wire-walked between the WTC twin towers), how the french eat cheese, awkward encounters with former coworkers, shrimp hoarding old people, the fascinating and frightening community of the Hasidic Jews in…
#44 - Why Black Panther Was Not That Amazing & Lost Designers Teaching Design
Feb 26, 2018 • 77 min
This we discuss why Black Panther was great, but not as amazing as everyone says it is, annoying people in theaters, saluting Wakanda Forever, glitter poops, headless people, lost architects often want to teach design… but should they? and more!
#43-2 - Nicky Chang, Program Director of the Non-Profit Architecture Practice Talks
Feb 20, 2018 • 76 min
This week Architectural Designer and Program Director of the non-profit Architectural Practice Talks, Nicky Chang joins us to discuss her new position as the Head of Design & Strategy at a restaurant startup in NYC, running a non-profit for young…
#43-1 - Nicky Chang, Program Director of the Non-Profit ‘Architecture Practice Talks’ for Young Designers
Feb 19, 2018 • 83 min
This week Architectural Designer and a founding member of the non-profit Architectural Practice Talks, Nicky Chang joins us to discuss her new position as the Head of Design & Strategy at a restaurant startup in NYC, running a non-profit for young…
#42 - Why Designers Should Travel, Does Architecture Matter? & Almost Dying in a Canyon
Feb 12, 2018 • 95 min
This week we discuss the new ‘hotel’ business “Roam Innovative Workplace”, traveling as a “local”, almost dying in a canyon, bad neighborhood aesthetics, why architecture is important and ineffective, and more!
#41-2 - Why Pinterest is Bad for Designers and Architecture School in Iran
Feb 6, 2018 • 81 min
Why Pinterest is bad for designers and Architecture school in Iran
#41-1 - Designer Mahshad Ahmadzadeh on the Gentrification of Cuba & Interior Design Construction!
Feb 5, 2018 • 87 min
This week architectural and urban designer Mahshad Ahmadzadeh discusses traveling to Peru, Americans buying real estate in Cuba, the gentrification of communities, getting laid off, interior design offices, getting hit on through LinkedIn, working with…
#40 - Should Prayer Be a Part of Public Schooling?
Jan 29, 2018 • 74 min
This week we take a break from design to discuss a lighter topic… Religion! Recently a student in Louisiana sued her public school for forcing her to pray during class hours. Is this right??
#39-2 - The Design Process of Fashion Designer Brett Gangs
Jan 23, 2018 • 79 min
Part 2! We discuss why design partners are close-minded, Silicon Valley’s tech people, apocalypse bunkers in New Zealand, the process of Gangs Studio, ‘Is design wasteful and superfluous?’, building and designing by hand and much more!
#39-1 - Fashion Designer Brett Gangs on Design Competitions and #MeToo
Jan 22, 2018 • 84 min
This week we are joined by Fashion Designer Brett Gangs, Partner of Gangs Studio. The three discuss fashion design school and industry, luxury brands, fast-fashion companies, the #metoo and #timesup movements, designing on a budget, design competitions,…
#38 - Dirty Vegan Roommates and Hipsters Have Ruined Design!
Jan 14, 2018 • 97 min
This week we discuss bible-reading racist & dirty vegan roommates, dead pets in freezers, ‘Is WeLive worth it?’, bullshit pilates, woodshedding, David thinks hipsters have ruined design and much more!
#37 - Star Wars: The Last Jedi and the Genius of John Williams
Jan 8, 2018 • 95 min
This week we review Star Wars: The Last Jedi, epic movie soundtracks, discuss the genius of John Williams (composer of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Jaws), ethnicity, mean Chinese teachers, novice musicians and David gives his thoughts on…
#36 - Hitchhiking, Bra Trees and Boob Jobs
Jan 2, 2018 • 79 min
The girls episode! This week Marina sits down with Architects Iti Pawha and Jasmine Fox to discuss hitchhiking in Ireland, Guinness, bra trees, boob jobs, weight gains, Japanese nude baths, ‘the three rules for tattoos’, cannibalistic dreams, fortune…
#35 - PT Student Christine Mar on Competitive Gymnastics and Sports Surgeries
Dec 26, 2017 • 120 min
This week David sits down with guests Christine Mar and Justin Nuckles. Christine is a former level 10 gymnast and is currently getting her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in NYC. The three discuss the world of competitive gymnastics, sports injuries,…
#34 - Monday’s Pipe Bombing in NYC and the Misuse of Eminent Domain
Dec 18, 2017 • 78 min
This week we discuss Monday’s pipe bombing in NYC, group mentalities, annoying people who talk about sports teams, “Are the Olympics a waste of resources?”, icons & city development, eminent domain, developer & political corruption in the development of…
#33 - Cinema and Why the iPhone X is a Huge Improvement
Dec 12, 2017 • 95 min
This week we discuss whether or not Santa is a pedophile, holidays, traveling, Thor Ragnorak, Eyes Wide Shut, the comparisons between cinema & architecture, advancements in technology & design, and David shares his thoughts on his new iPhone X!
#32 - Architect Richard Lee on Design Education and Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall
Dec 5, 2017 • 115 min
This week’s guest is California Architect Richard Lee. Richard has practiced Architecture for over 30 years and has experience in a wide variety of building types. He currently holds his own practice in Southern California. David and Richard discuss the…
#31 - Tech Team Leader Kevin Kwan on Work Productivity and Pointless Microwave Buttons
Nov 28, 2017 • 112 min
Guest of the week Kevin Kwan currently leads the technology team at an executive recruiting agency. This week David and Kevin talk website design templates, work productivity, team management, social development, ‘Is competition good for kids?’, social…
#30-2 - Architect Iti Pawha on Architecture Graduate School and Firm Organization
Nov 22, 2017 • 80 min
This week’s guest is Iti Pawha. Iti is an Architect in New York currently working on multi-story residential projects across the country. Iti was born in India, educated in Singapore and in the US. The three discuss indy cinema, 80s aesthetics, is…
#30-1 - Architect Iti Pawha on Singapore and Single-Party Governments
Nov 21, 2017 • 87 min
This week’s guest is Iti Pawha. Iti is an Architect in New York currently working on multi-story residential projects across the country. Iti was born in India, educated in Singapore and in the US. The three discuss India, Singapore, the benefits of…
#29-2 - Accidentally Going to a Gay Bar and Why Are Architects Underpaid?
Nov 10, 2017 • 63 min
This week features Pierce Clark. Pierce is a New York real estate developer and architectural designer, currently working for one of the top real estate companies in New York City. The three discuss development and architecture, the low salaries of…
#29-1 - NYC Developer Pierce Clark on the Profession of Architecture
Nov 7, 2017 • 106 min
This week features Pierce Clark. Pierce is a New York real estate developer and architectural designer, currently working for one of the top real estate companies in New York City. The three discuss development and architecture, the problems of the…
#28 - Encounters with Racists on the Subway and Design Presentations
Oct 31, 2017 • 116 min
This week we discuss bathroom problems, going commando, David is on crutches, crazy stupid racists on the subway, architecture reviews, design presentations, bad critics, design education and much more!
#27 - Architect Jasmine Kelly on Silent Meditation for 10 Days
Oct 23, 2017 • 100 min
This week’s guest is NYC Architect and pilates instructor Jasmine Kelly. Jasmine discusses pilates, meditating & not talking for ten days, the differences between men & women employees, architecture theses & reviews, sibling pranks, crazy people on the…
#26 - Review: Blade Runner 2045 and Hipster Aesthetics
Oct 16, 2017 • 81 min
This week we talk smuggling cocaine, fires in California, deaths of famous architects, the problem with modern architecture today, power trips & creepy guys, Blade Runner 2045 is slow and amazing, nostalgic hipster aesthetics, Halloween and much more!
#25 - Spreading Ashes in Hawaii and Why Marriage is Bull****
Oct 10, 2017 • 95 min
This week we discuss kombucha, David almost pooping his pants, spreading ashes in Hawaii, ‘Is marriage bullshit?’, staying awake for 68 hours, staring in mirrors, critiquing the new LEGO House designed by BIG Architects and much more!
#24 - Ridiculous Spinning Classes
Oct 2, 2017 • 94 min
This week’s special guest Roy Baker, New York architect and teacher. David, Marina and Roy discuss the absurdity of spinning classes in NYC, why the iphone 8 is pointless, Roy’s experience of fashion week in Paris, sex issues in Silicon Valley, murdering…
#23 - Tech Team Leader Kevin Kwan on Scuba Diving with Sharks and Nut-Punching Kangaroos
Sep 25, 2017 • 98 min
Special Guest Kevin! This week David and Kevin discuss visiting Australia, scuba diving with sharks, nut-punching kangaroos, the pitfall of Yelp, Trump, the benefits of re-watching movies and Warrior basketball games and much more!
#22 - Visiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water
Sep 18, 2017 • 82 min
We are BACK! This week we discuss shit-show California, superficial people in NYC, expensive weddings, natural disasters, recycling, staring at the sun, visiting Falling Water, Frank Lloyd Wright and much more!
#21 - Gender Fluidity and Swimming in the NYC East River
Aug 15, 2017 • 47 min
The mini-episode! Shooting down nukes, Michael Jackson, gender fluidity, Bruce/Caitlin Jenner, Swimming in the NYC East River, masturbating in the Public Hotel, white supremacy, maids and bad subway ads.
#20 - Visiting the Hamptons and Air-Quality Sensors for the Office
Aug 7, 2017 • 85 min
This week we cover our trip to the Hamptons: sun burns, lobster rolls, spoiled teens, finance bros and character stereotypes. The two also discuss self-centered people, bad presenters, air-quality sensors for the office, bad user interface design and…
#19 - Living in a Virtual Reality and Ash Wednesday
Jul 30, 2017 • 77 min
V I R T U A L R E A L I T Y , life in the digital realm, healing burns with fish skin, Ash Wednesday, the Oscars, Amy Schumer’s face, comedians and genetic testing with My Heritage.
#18 - Sex in the Standard Hotel and Gentrification in NYC
Jul 25, 2017 • 86 min
This week we discuss the fantastic documentary Class Divide (a film about class division and gentrification in the West Chelsea neighborhood of New York City and its effects on public housing), the design of the High Line, sex & voyeurism in the Standard…
#17 - Homosexuals in NYC and Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Transportation
Jul 17, 2017 • 94 min
Drake’s Face, Gays in NYC, Tidal Waves and Weirdos on the Subway, Vomiting Babies, SHoP Architects, Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Transportation System, Punching Kids, Farting in Space, Buying Tomatillos & Beans.
#16 - Review: The 2017 MOMA PS1 Architecture Installation
Jul 11, 2017 • 68 min
Part 2 of the Design Companion! This week our review of the 2017 MoMA PS1 Architecture Installation “Lumen” (by Jenny Sabin Studio) continues. The discussion goes deep, comparing architecture to mathematics, questioning fancy design writing and tackling…
#15 - The 2017 MOMA PS1 Installation and Driverless Future Challenge Competition
Jul 5, 2017 • 96 min
This week we discuss eating dinner at the office, being denied ice cream samples, French Independence Day, the 2017 MOMA PS1 Architecture Installation “Lumen” by Jenny Sabin Studio, and the four finalists of New York City’s “Driverless Future Challenge”…
#14 - Why Apple’s New Campus Doesn’t Suck
Jun 27, 2017 • 95 min
This week we discuss the Wired article, “If You Like Cities, Apple’s New Campus Sucks”, Apple’s New Headquarters and the Problems it will Cause, Suburban & Urban Cities, Cursing in French, Speaking with Accents: Bjarke Ingels & Mathew McConaughey & What…
#13 - Santiago Calatrava’s $4 BILLION Transportation Hub
Jun 19, 2017 • 97 min
Jazz Musician Don Ellis, Playing the Trumpet, Review of Wonder Woman Movie, People Who Dress Weird, Architects Who Pretend to be Designers, Review of Santiago Calatrava’s NYC Transportation Hub “The Occulus”, Frank Lloyd Wright Versus Architecture Now,…
#12-2 - How to Interview For a Design Job
Jun 11, 2017 • 44 min
How to Get Hired, Tips for Young Designers: What Firms to Apply to, How to Apply, Your Portfolio, The Interview, Salary & Your First Day at the Office
#12-1 - Wonder Woman and How Designers Can Get Hired!
Jun 5, 2017 • 54 min
How to Get Hired, Tips for Young Designers: What Firms to Apply to, How to Apply, Your Portfolio, The Interview, Salary & Your First Day at the Office | The Alamo Drafthouse’s ‘Women-Only’ Screening of Wonder Woman.
#11 - Hipsters In Urban Research? and Sexism in Architecture
May 30, 2017 • 108 min
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Plan for Homeless Shelters in NYC, Planet Fitness, Urban Research & Hipsters, Racism & Princeton’s Admissions Office, Diversity in Colleges, Architect Dorte Mandrup on Female Architects, Sexism in Architecture, Awards for…
#10 - Homeless Shelter Designs and Visiting Detroit
May 21, 2017 • 100 min
Celebrities in New York, Peter Marino, Traveling to Detroit, Suburbia, The Homeless, Project Critiques: Pod Vending Machine Skyscraper by Haseef Raiei | The Six Housing for Homeless and Disabled Veterans, Los Angeles by Brooks + Scarpa
#09-2 - Design Competitions and Elon Musk’s Underground Cars
May 14, 2017 • 40 min
Design Competitions, Maya Lin, 2017 Met Gala Fashion (Bella Hadid, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner, Nicki Minaj), Goods and Merchandise Delivery Systems, Concept Cars, Elon Musk’s Underground Car Proposal
#09-1 - Urban Farming and Architecture Project Reviews
May 4, 2017 • 69 min
Cinco de Mayo, Dating Apps, Facebook, Augmented Reality, Mobile Technology, Dogs & Hedgehogs, Urban Farming, Architecture Trends, Project Critiques: Mashambas Skyscraper | Instant City:Living Air-Right
#08 - Blondes Visiting China and WTF is Glamping?
Apr 27, 2017 • 76 min
Bathroom Etiquette, Blondes in China, Traveling, Aliens, Glamping, Amazon Echo, Customer Service, Superheros, Bees, Beyonce
#07 - Selfie Drones and Self-Driving Cars
Apr 25, 2017 • 80 min
DNA Ethnicity Testing, Fit Bits, Selfie Drones, Fashionable People, Googleplex, Apple’s New Campus, Self-Driving Cars, Architecture, Urban Design
#06 - Weirdos on the Subway and Sexism at Work
Apr 16, 2017 • 69 min
Easter, Meditation for Vacation, United Airlines, Security Guards, Fat People, Weirdos on the Subway, Sexism, Ageism and Racism in Offices, Drinking Too Much Water, Blue Cheese & Nutella
#05 - Chinese College Students and Fake Hype
Apr 13, 2017 • 76 min
“Ching Chong Ling Long”, Chinese in Colleges, Youtubers, Makeup ‘Artists’, Fashion Designers, Fake Hype, Leaving Offices
#04 - Our Crazy Trip to France and Le Corbusier’s Chapel
Apr 6, 2017 • 92 min
Glamour Babies, Traveling to France, French Food & Architecture, Corbusier’s Ronchamp Chapel, Marseille, Paris vs NYC
#02 - Office Security Cameras and Design Studio Culture
Apr 3, 2017 • 55 min
Voyeurism and Security, Studio Culture, Digital Art at the Whitney Museum & Virtual Reality, Rendering & New Technology in Design
#03 - Should Design Students Do Internships?
Mar 29, 2017 • 97 min
Jello Shots, Partying, Architecture School in France, Student Internships, Design
#01 - Introduction & Awkward Karate
Mar 25, 2017 • 67 min
Introduction, Amenities in the Office, UFC 207, Crappy Judo, Awkward Karate, Eating Horses, House Pets, Having Kids