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First Aired - 02/22/2011 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Food Seen, Michael Harlan Turkell is joined by cookbook designers Laura Palese and Amy Sly for a cover to cover report on how they assemble our favorite tomes. From how they design approaches to their workflow skills, listen in and hear how cookbooks come to life! This episode was sponsored by Tabard Inn. For more information visit www.TabardInn.com


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First Aired - 04/30/2012 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the second installment of After the Jump, Grace Bonney chats with the women behind her favorite website at the moment, Of a Kind. Hear how Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo met and decided to turn the design world upside down with their wildly successful website featuring limited-edition products and stories from emerging fashion designers. Learn more about the nature of online sales and how they aspire to make the experience more personal and hands on. This program was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

"I worked in the magazine industry at a time when so many big publications were folding. Clearly people were buying things that were being written about in the magazines, but the magazines themselves weren't seeing enough ad revenue to be kept up. I thought why not break down that publisher/editor wall and just sell the things we were writing about and write about the things we really believe in." --Erica Cerulo of Of a Kind on After the Jump"

The future of arts management is about taking the internet and leveraging it to disrupt the systems that have been in place forever and giving artists the opportunity to market and produce their work without having to go through this gallery system that is very closed and insular." --Claire Mazur of Of a Kind on After the Jump


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First Aired - 08/13/2009 08:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Burning Down The House, host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by an expert panel of aspiring "master architects". They discuss the relationships and responsibilities between designers, contractors, builders, and clients.
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Shop architects, Bill Sharples, Chris Sharples, Corey Sharples, Roderick L Knox, production, construction, critiquing tradition, Columbia University, www.shoparc.com, executing design, post structuralism, Bernard Tschumi, materials, manufacturers warranty, legalities, fabricators, developing designs from the ground up, deep immersion in history of design, visionary passion, good liberal arts education, holistic approach, theology, philosophy, comparative religion, art history, internships, eight years of education required to be a licensed architecture, architecture is a lifelong learning experience, renaissance education, school debt, structural engineer, recession, starving artists attitude, Wall St., graphic design, historian, fine arts, managing egos, abroad experience, drawing on different skill sets, printmaking, Dickinson College, some tools prevent creative aspirations, drawing as a tool, computers, 3D drawing, modeling, carpenters, Greenport, Long Island, budgeting, public bid, carousel house, creating a visualization device to convey the intricacies of design, painting, calking, crude technology, graphic projection, mechanical drawing, drafting, Cooper Union, vocational education, ingredients inspire creation, knowing the possibilities of materials,
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building models, Philip Johnson, if making buildings is so much fun, who would want to go on vacation, walking around with a mason square, liability issues, insurance, transparency, aesthetics, Howard Hughes, razzle dazzle, form follows performance, political issues, cultural, zoning issues, art deco model, financially viable plans, Michael Graves, zinc, shadow drawings, John Ruskin, cathedral, organic form, variations, Hong Kong, balconies, playing with the standard sheet size, roofing contractors, putting a puzzle together, Houston St & Mulberry St, Puck Building, computer assisted design, porterhouse, buildings live in their environment, Rudolf Steiner, craftsmanship, architects have an obligation to the public, leeway to take liberties, Pre-Raphaelite, separating architects from builders, contextuality,
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practicing architecture is almost painful, simplicity can be confusing, leaving leeway for adjustments, you can't expect competent construction from drawings anymore, communication, money is made on complexity, working more than necessary on a project, AIA guidelines, seeing a job all the way through has become a dream, offering clients integrity, construction administration, The American Institute of Architects, the built environment, speaking on the clients terms, clients don't want to hear the truth, one of 10 projects you design get built, cost concern, self serving approach doesn't work, Frank Lloyd Wright, George Costanza, Tom Hanks, Woody Harrelson, Indecent Proposal, Charles Bronson, Richard Gere, Howard Rourke, asking a client; what doesn't work for you?, single family houses, how it's built doesn't matter, except when it's the only thing that matters, apropos, looking at other industries and how they operate, Air Space Industry, measurement tolerance, Kelly Johnson, no nonsense architecture, British Museum, Yale, wood paneling, six story yellow brick warehouse, Bugatti,

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