Stuart Mason Dambrot talks about the future of humanity, transhumanism and replicating conscience. Are we entering a period of society where we can be more than a being human?
Josh Feldman & Britton Watkins, creators of the cerebral science fiction film “Senn”, talk about making feature length movies on a “nano-budget” while exploring a futuristic world of corporate ownership, aliens and a desire to connect to reality.
Oscar nominated production designer Adam Stockhausen opens the door into the world of film, design and production. He talks about his work on Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel and his nomination for 12 Years a Slave.
Joshua Bolchover, one half of the award winning firm Rural Urban Framework (RUF) based in Hong Kong, discusses his work with Chinese communities and how the projects are using the power of design to have transformative impacts.
Byron Stigge, founder of Level Agency for Infrastructure, discusses the mechanics of designing cities from scratch, international need for infrastructure and resiliency in the age of climate change.
The Architects' Journal releases its 3rd annual survey of women architects. It reveals widespread discrimination and unequal pay in the profession. Laura Mark, reporter for the Architects' Journal, explains.
Lloyd Alter, managing editor of treehugger.com, explains the evolution of green small thinking to big concepts that’s shifting our society. He defines why we need to build things to last.
Interview with Vanessa Quirk, the manager of editorial content for ArchDaily. She talks about her article entitled "Why Do Women Really Leave Architecture" is the Wrong Question.
Steven Scyphers, interdisciplinary sustainability scientist, National Science Foundation SEES Fellow, coastal ecologist and environmental sociologist, talks oysters, tourism and the future of coastlines.
Mike Lydon of Street Plans Collaborative talks about his work with designing transportation systems, bike networks and using Tactical Urbanism as a way to re-envision the future of urban places.