You've seen ARCHITECT in print and online, but have you heard us? You can now, loud and clear, with our new podcast, ArchitectChats. Here, our editors talk with the people who are working at the cutting edge of design, technology, and practice in architecture. We'll talk with them about what they're doing, where they're headed, and how you can learn from it.
In this episode, we chat with Chicago-based designers Amanda Williams and Andres Hernandez, who were announced as the joint winners of the 2016 PXSTL Design-Build Competition in March. Co-founded by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation and Washington University’s Sam Fox School, both in St. Louis, the biennial program is aimed at using temporary pavilions to help revitalize blighted urban space. We talk with the pair about their plan for the site and their call-to-response design concept of "unbuilding."
This episode was produced by Chelsea Blahut, Hallie Busta, Austin Heller, and Lauren Honesty.