Hearing Architecture Podcast

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Mar 2022


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Hearing Architecture is teaming up with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival again in 2022 to produce three special episodes of the podcast to align with the festival theme "Co-operate, co-design, co-exist."

Episode 1 – Co-operate | March 15 | Tracey Skovronek and Steve Phillips of Purcell Australia and Hong Kong: Working with Starchitects (Herzog and de Meuron) and government to deliver the high value heritage community precinct Tai Kwun Centre.

Architects are often trying to test the boundaries of building and planning regulations. Some authorities have chosen to engage with architects as collaborators and the results are some of the best examples of buildings in their municipality.

Episode 2 – Co-design | March 18 | Millie Cattlin of The Projects Melbourne: Working between architecture and art on Testing Grounds, Site Works, and The Quarry.

Architects and artists share some of the same creative processes, but when it comes to working together, how do these two professions complement each other? 

Episode 3 – Co-exist | March 22 | Brinda Somaya of SNK India: Participatory design and collaborating with existing communities without imposing an architect's ideas on the people.

Traditionally, when an architect is the lead consultant, they hold a high status in the project team. Co-operatively designed projects break down this status, to show that thorough consultation can produce outcomes that push traditional typologies.

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