Gary Hustwit on Why Design Is for Everyone
Our next guest, New-York based, Indie filmmaker, Gary Hustwit, on his iconic trilogy of design-focused documentaries: Helvetica, Objectified and Urbanized, his creative process, making design more accessible to everyone and his latest release, short-film, The Map.
Soundscapes of 2020
2020, a year of cancelled concerts, festivals that didn't happen and concert halls that remained silent. A year that confined singers, musicians and performers in their homes, studios and backyards, making the digital space their only point of contact with their fans.
MVRDV's Winy Maas on Dipping Our Planet in Green in Design and the City Podcast
Design and the City a podcast by reSITE, on how to make cities more livable and lovable, raising questions and proposing solutions for the city of the future, kicks off its second season, with Winy Maas. In this first episode, the co-founder of MVRDV and The Why Factory discusses ideas that are seemingly larger than life, pushing the boundaries of our urban potential.
Stefan Sagmeister on Beauty as Function
For this episode, we’ve spoken with iconic Austrian-born graphic designer and typographer, Stefan Sagmeister on happiness as related to the importance of beauty as a utility for any properly functioning building, space, or city.
Julia Gamolina on Breaking the Architect's Mold
A rising tide that raises all ships—Julia Gamolina’s efforts with Madame Architect in building a culture of community and collaboration give the diverse stories, perspectives, and the women they belong to a seat at the table. Listen to her episode on Design and the City. Photo courtesy of Sylvie Rosokoff
Vishaan Chakrabarti on Creating an Architecture of Belonging
Listen to Vishaan Chakrabarti on the future of mobility, designing streets as public spaces, and creating an architecture of belonging on this episode of Design and the City