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FormRadion, Stockholm-based podcast on Nordic architecture and design. Made by the team behind Form Magazine.

Latest Episodes

FormRadion #11: 23 minutes with David Chipperfield

The British starchitect David Chipperfield has a golden proposal for Stockholm, a Nobel Center made of shimmering brass. In this episode, he talks to FormRadion about post-war architecture in the Swedish capital, curating the Venice Biennale 2012 and his personal relationship to modernism. Broadcaster: Salka Hallström Bornold Reporter: Johan Deurell Interview with: David Chipperfield (David Chipperfield Architects Berlin) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English

23 MIN2014 JUN 15
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FormRadion #11: 23 minutes with David Chipperfield

FormRadion #10: Talking Hackney –meet the Olympic architect Kathryn Firth

The Sochi example shows that winning the Olympics is not only about medals, but also about the aftermath. The Olympic Park in Stratford is a different story. What started as an Olympic venture hasbecome "London’s single most important regeneration project for the next 25 years". This spring, the park opened to the public. FormRadion meetsKathryn Firth, one of the masterminds behind the enormous project. Broadcaster and reporter: Salka Hallström Bornold Interview with: Kathryn Firth(Chief of Design, LondonLegacy Development Corporation) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English

19 MIN2014 MAY 11
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FormRadion #10: Talking Hackney –meet the Olympic architect Kathryn Firth

FormRadion #9: A tiny fish and other stories from Tensta

Late modernist cityplanning has taken on a different meaning todayin Stockholm, the Swedish capital that has becomeone of the most segregated cities in Europe."Tensta Museum: Reports from the new Sweden", currently shown at the art gallery Tensta Konsthall, is an exhibition on cultural heritage and identity in the Million Programme suburb –a remnant from a different era, when the Swedish welfare state was built. Broadcaster and reporter: Salka Hallström Bornold Interview with: Ulrika Flink (curator, Tensta Konsthall) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English Presented by: The Swedish furniture company Lammhults

16 MIN2014 MAR 17
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FormRadion #9: A tiny fish and other stories from Tensta

Latest Episodes

FormRadion #11: 23 minutes with David Chipperfield

The British starchitect David Chipperfield has a golden proposal for Stockholm, a Nobel Center made of shimmering brass. In this episode, he talks to FormRadion about post-war architecture in the Swedish capital, curating the Venice Biennale 2012 and his personal relationship to modernism. Broadcaster: Salka Hallström Bornold Reporter: Johan Deurell Interview with: David Chipperfield (David Chipperfield Architects Berlin) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English

23 MIN2014 JUN 15
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FormRadion #11: 23 minutes with David Chipperfield

FormRadion #10: Talking Hackney –meet the Olympic architect Kathryn Firth

The Sochi example shows that winning the Olympics is not only about medals, but also about the aftermath. The Olympic Park in Stratford is a different story. What started as an Olympic venture hasbecome "London’s single most important regeneration project for the next 25 years". This spring, the park opened to the public. FormRadion meetsKathryn Firth, one of the masterminds behind the enormous project. Broadcaster and reporter: Salka Hallström Bornold Interview with: Kathryn Firth(Chief of Design, LondonLegacy Development Corporation) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English

19 MIN2014 MAY 11
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FormRadion #10: Talking Hackney –meet the Olympic architect Kathryn Firth

FormRadion #9: A tiny fish and other stories from Tensta

Late modernist cityplanning has taken on a different meaning todayin Stockholm, the Swedish capital that has becomeone of the most segregated cities in Europe."Tensta Museum: Reports from the new Sweden", currently shown at the art gallery Tensta Konsthall, is an exhibition on cultural heritage and identity in the Million Programme suburb –a remnant from a different era, when the Swedish welfare state was built. Broadcaster and reporter: Salka Hallström Bornold Interview with: Ulrika Flink (curator, Tensta Konsthall) Sound producer: Lars William Language: English Presented by: The Swedish furniture company Lammhults

16 MIN2014 MAR 17
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FormRadion #9: A tiny fish and other stories from Tensta

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