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ANYLABTALKS is a podcast about the people in the architecture and design culture. We share their ideas, interests, projects and even their own stories. Taking architecture as our starting point and let the conversation flow freely from there. We invite you to listen in as we talk about the awareness of buildings, designs, places that make a generous contribution to the environments in which we live.

Latest Episodes

Human Energy, Life and Architecture with Benedetta Tagliabue

This episode's guest is is Benedetta Tagliabue. She is director of the acclaimed international architecture firm EMBT Miralles Tagliabue, founded in 1994 in collaboration with Enric Miralles, based in Barcelona. Among EMBT’s notable built projects are the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Diagonal Mar Park, and the Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona, Campus Universitario de Vigo, and the Spanish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo which was awarded the prestigious RIBA International “Best International Building of 2011” award. In the teaching field, she has been a visiting professor at Harvard University, Columbia University and Barcelona ETSAB, lecturing regularly at architecture forums and universities, and is on juries around the world. Her work received the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2005, the National Spanish Prize in 2006, the Catalan National Prize in 2002, City of Barcelona Prize in 2005 and 2009, FAD Prizes in 2000, 2003 and 2007. She won the 2013 RIBA Jencks Award, which is given annually to an individual or practice that has recently made a major contribution internationally to both the theory and practice of architecture. This interview was recorded in Miralles Tagliabue EMBT studio in Barcelona. Enjoy our conversation.

29 MIN5 d ago
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Human Energy, Life and Architecture with Benedetta Tagliabue

Three Generations of Architects and New Hope for Earth with RicardoEmilioBofill

This episode's guest is Ricardo Emilio Bofill Maggiora Vergano. Ricardo joined Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura in 1991 after graduating from Harvard University, and he is currently President of his family's Barcelona-based architecture practice, which is three generations in the making. RBTA is an architecture, planning and interior design studio founded in 1963 by Ricardo Emilio Bofill's father legendary architect Ricardo Bofill one of the defining voices of postmodernism. This interview was recorded in La Fábrica, the 3,100 sqm former cement factory which discovered in 1973 and has repurposed as studio, office and residence in Barcelona. Enjoy our conversation.

27 MIN2 w ago
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Three Generations of Architects and New Hope for Earth with RicardoEmilioBofill

Let’s Talk about Climate Action with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn

We are in extraordinary times; a lot of us working remotely and meeting daily to keep in touch, and make sure our business is moving forward. As Anylabtalks we help to stay connected and meet new people talking about the things we are most passionate about. In this episode host Nurgul Yardim Mericliler talks with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn from the Architects Climate Action Network. Enjoy our talk, stay safe and stay connected! Lauren Shevills / Coordinator at Architects Climate Action Network, Architect at Mæ She defines herself as creative individual, dabbling in mediums ranging from design to fabrication and lots of other things in between. She has personal interests for socio-political research and architectural activism which focus on delivering quality architecture for positive social and planetary change. Joe Penn / Coordinator at Architects Climate Action Network, Architect at Rock Townsend He studied Political Architecture and Critical Sustainability, previously working in architectural practice in Denmark and the UK. Joe’s passion lies in the creation of social and joyful architecture through a process of collaboration and craft.

38 MINMAR 21
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Let’s Talk about Climate Action with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn

Celebrating Women

At Anylabtalks, we're proud to spotlight great women, who have broken barriers and stood for creativity. Over one year, our host Nurgul Yardim Mericliler have had the great privilege of sitting by many of them, hearing their stories and asking why they are hopeful about future. Reflecting on just a few of those conversations, this short episode feels a little like what they would have talked. The episode featuring Dara Huang, Angela Dapper, Mina Hasman, Kirsten Lees and Benedetta Tagliabue.

4 MINMAR 7
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Celebrating Women

What is the value of challenges in architecture with Gilles Retsin

This episode's guest is Gilles Retsin. He studied in Belgium, Chile and the UK, where he obtained a masters from the Architectural Association’s Design Research Lab in London. His work has been exhibited at the New York’s Museum of Art and Design, the Vitra Design Museum and at the Royal Academy of Arts. He is Program Director of the B-Pro Architectural Design within the Bartlett School of Architecture. This interview was recorded in in UCL Bartlett School of Architecture in London on May 13, 2019. Enjoy our conversation.

46 MINFEB 10
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What is the value of challenges in architecture with Gilles Retsin

A perspective on Sustainability with Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda

We’re happy to be back on the air with our second season. In this episode, our guests are Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda. This interview was recorded in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill London headquarter at SOM-designed Broadgate Tower. In this episode, Mina and Phil discuss their path in SOM; sustainability within the building industry and how we all come together & help to shape the future.

27 MINJAN 16
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A perspective on Sustainability with Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda

DezeenDay Special

In this episode anylabtalks featuring “Dezeen Day”, an international architecture and design conference took place on 30 October. The interviews were recorded in Dezeen Day at BFI Southbank, London. In this exclusive interviews Nurgul Yardim Mericliler and Emre Erdogan have talked with high-profile speakers and asked their motivation behind their speeches. This episode’s guests are Paola Antonelli, Arthur Mamou-Mani, Rachel Armstrong, Liam Young, Benedict Hobson, Patrik Schumacher and Dara Huang. Thanks Dezeen for this opportinity! Enjoy the episode! Paola Antonelli is an author, editor and curator. She is currently the Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Arthur Mamou-Mani is an architect and director of Mamou-Mani Architects and a specialist in digital fabrication and advanced bioplastics. Rachel Armstrong is professor of experimental architecture at Newcastle University, she is a pioneer of living architecture, an...

19 MIN2019 NOV 7
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DezeenDay Special

From critical thinking to joy in architecture with Mat Barnes

This episode’s guest is Mat Barnes, director of CAN: Critical Architecture Network in London. CAN is an architecture studio that designs buildings, environments and installations. Prior to founding CAN, Mat was an Associate at Studio 54 Architecture where he was responsible for the award-winning Peabody infill housing projects. He has been a guest critic at a number of universities including Oxford Brookes and Westminster. Recently his design of Lomax Studio project picked up a Royal Institute of British Architects London regional award. In this interview, we talk about experiences, McDonald's, ornament in architecture and how to make a great city. I hope you enjoy our talk.

21 MIN2019 JUL 31
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From critical thinking to joy in architecture with Mat Barnes

Culture, community, change with Angela Dapper

This episode's guest is Angela Dapper, the principle of Grimshaw Architects leading hotel, commercial and cultural projects. This interview was recorded in Grimshaw Architects in London. Angela is currently focused on research and development of people based on buildings integrated with public space. Before joining Grimshaw, she was a Partner at Denton Corker Marshall Architects where she was involved in several landmark London projects. She led the design and construction of Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre. Following this success, Angela was shortlisted for the Architect's Journal Emerging Woman Architect of the Year. We talk about the culture of architecture, human-based design and gender equality in the discipline.

27 MIN2019 JUL 17
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Culture, community, change with Angela Dapper

Creativity and architecture of our time with Patrik Schumacher

This episode’s guest is Patrik Schumacher, principal of Zaha Hadid Architects. This interview was recorded in Zaha Hadid Architects Studio in London. Patrik is one of the most influential figures in architecture today, with his educational background in both philosophy and architecture. He lectures around the world, contributing articles to journals and publishes books on parametricism. Patrik Schumacher founded the leading-edge Design Research Laboratory at the Architectural Association in London, focuses on parametric design in architecture and urbanism. A true believer in innovation, Patrik is not someone who shies away from engaging in challenging conversations on some of the most crucial issues of our generation. His constant desire to push limits makes him an “outside-the-box” thinking within the profession. In this exclusive interview, we talk about his leadership in a world-famed firm carrying one of the biggest names in modern architecture, Zaha Hadid; the future of arch...

42 MIN2019 JUL 3
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Creativity and architecture of our time with Patrik Schumacher

Latest Episodes

Human Energy, Life and Architecture with Benedetta Tagliabue

This episode's guest is is Benedetta Tagliabue. She is director of the acclaimed international architecture firm EMBT Miralles Tagliabue, founded in 1994 in collaboration with Enric Miralles, based in Barcelona. Among EMBT’s notable built projects are the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Diagonal Mar Park, and the Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona, Campus Universitario de Vigo, and the Spanish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo which was awarded the prestigious RIBA International “Best International Building of 2011” award. In the teaching field, she has been a visiting professor at Harvard University, Columbia University and Barcelona ETSAB, lecturing regularly at architecture forums and universities, and is on juries around the world. Her work received the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2005, the National Spanish Prize in 2006, the Catalan National Prize in 2002, City of Barcelona Prize in 2005 and 2009, FAD Prizes in 2000, 2003 and 2007. She won the 2013 RIBA Jencks Award, which is given annually to an individual or practice that has recently made a major contribution internationally to both the theory and practice of architecture. This interview was recorded in Miralles Tagliabue EMBT studio in Barcelona. Enjoy our conversation.

29 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Human Energy, Life and Architecture with Benedetta Tagliabue

Three Generations of Architects and New Hope for Earth with RicardoEmilioBofill

This episode's guest is Ricardo Emilio Bofill Maggiora Vergano. Ricardo joined Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura in 1991 after graduating from Harvard University, and he is currently President of his family's Barcelona-based architecture practice, which is three generations in the making. RBTA is an architecture, planning and interior design studio founded in 1963 by Ricardo Emilio Bofill's father legendary architect Ricardo Bofill one of the defining voices of postmodernism. This interview was recorded in La Fábrica, the 3,100 sqm former cement factory which discovered in 1973 and has repurposed as studio, office and residence in Barcelona. Enjoy our conversation.

27 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Three Generations of Architects and New Hope for Earth with RicardoEmilioBofill

Let’s Talk about Climate Action with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn

We are in extraordinary times; a lot of us working remotely and meeting daily to keep in touch, and make sure our business is moving forward. As Anylabtalks we help to stay connected and meet new people talking about the things we are most passionate about. In this episode host Nurgul Yardim Mericliler talks with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn from the Architects Climate Action Network. Enjoy our talk, stay safe and stay connected! Lauren Shevills / Coordinator at Architects Climate Action Network, Architect at Mæ She defines herself as creative individual, dabbling in mediums ranging from design to fabrication and lots of other things in between. She has personal interests for socio-political research and architectural activism which focus on delivering quality architecture for positive social and planetary change. Joe Penn / Coordinator at Architects Climate Action Network, Architect at Rock Townsend He studied Political Architecture and Critical Sustainability, previously working in architectural practice in Denmark and the UK. Joe’s passion lies in the creation of social and joyful architecture through a process of collaboration and craft.

38 MINMAR 21
Comments
Let’s Talk about Climate Action with Lauren Shevills and Joe Penn

Celebrating Women

At Anylabtalks, we're proud to spotlight great women, who have broken barriers and stood for creativity. Over one year, our host Nurgul Yardim Mericliler have had the great privilege of sitting by many of them, hearing their stories and asking why they are hopeful about future. Reflecting on just a few of those conversations, this short episode feels a little like what they would have talked. The episode featuring Dara Huang, Angela Dapper, Mina Hasman, Kirsten Lees and Benedetta Tagliabue.

4 MINMAR 7
Comments
Celebrating Women

What is the value of challenges in architecture with Gilles Retsin

This episode's guest is Gilles Retsin. He studied in Belgium, Chile and the UK, where he obtained a masters from the Architectural Association’s Design Research Lab in London. His work has been exhibited at the New York’s Museum of Art and Design, the Vitra Design Museum and at the Royal Academy of Arts. He is Program Director of the B-Pro Architectural Design within the Bartlett School of Architecture. This interview was recorded in in UCL Bartlett School of Architecture in London on May 13, 2019. Enjoy our conversation.

46 MINFEB 10
Comments
What is the value of challenges in architecture with Gilles Retsin

A perspective on Sustainability with Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda

We’re happy to be back on the air with our second season. In this episode, our guests are Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda. This interview was recorded in Skidmore, Owings & Merrill London headquarter at SOM-designed Broadgate Tower. In this episode, Mina and Phil discuss their path in SOM; sustainability within the building industry and how we all come together & help to shape the future.

27 MINJAN 16
Comments
A perspective on Sustainability with Mina Hasman and Phil Obayda

DezeenDay Special

In this episode anylabtalks featuring “Dezeen Day”, an international architecture and design conference took place on 30 October. The interviews were recorded in Dezeen Day at BFI Southbank, London. In this exclusive interviews Nurgul Yardim Mericliler and Emre Erdogan have talked with high-profile speakers and asked their motivation behind their speeches. This episode’s guests are Paola Antonelli, Arthur Mamou-Mani, Rachel Armstrong, Liam Young, Benedict Hobson, Patrik Schumacher and Dara Huang. Thanks Dezeen for this opportinity! Enjoy the episode! Paola Antonelli is an author, editor and curator. She is currently the Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Arthur Mamou-Mani is an architect and director of Mamou-Mani Architects and a specialist in digital fabrication and advanced bioplastics. Rachel Armstrong is professor of experimental architecture at Newcastle University, she is a pioneer of living architecture, an...

19 MIN2019 NOV 7
Comments
DezeenDay Special

From critical thinking to joy in architecture with Mat Barnes

This episode’s guest is Mat Barnes, director of CAN: Critical Architecture Network in London. CAN is an architecture studio that designs buildings, environments and installations. Prior to founding CAN, Mat was an Associate at Studio 54 Architecture where he was responsible for the award-winning Peabody infill housing projects. He has been a guest critic at a number of universities including Oxford Brookes and Westminster. Recently his design of Lomax Studio project picked up a Royal Institute of British Architects London regional award. In this interview, we talk about experiences, McDonald's, ornament in architecture and how to make a great city. I hope you enjoy our talk.

21 MIN2019 JUL 31
Comments
From critical thinking to joy in architecture with Mat Barnes

Culture, community, change with Angela Dapper

This episode's guest is Angela Dapper, the principle of Grimshaw Architects leading hotel, commercial and cultural projects. This interview was recorded in Grimshaw Architects in London. Angela is currently focused on research and development of people based on buildings integrated with public space. Before joining Grimshaw, she was a Partner at Denton Corker Marshall Architects where she was involved in several landmark London projects. She led the design and construction of Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre. Following this success, Angela was shortlisted for the Architect's Journal Emerging Woman Architect of the Year. We talk about the culture of architecture, human-based design and gender equality in the discipline.

27 MIN2019 JUL 17
Comments
Culture, community, change with Angela Dapper

Creativity and architecture of our time with Patrik Schumacher

This episode’s guest is Patrik Schumacher, principal of Zaha Hadid Architects. This interview was recorded in Zaha Hadid Architects Studio in London. Patrik is one of the most influential figures in architecture today, with his educational background in both philosophy and architecture. He lectures around the world, contributing articles to journals and publishes books on parametricism. Patrik Schumacher founded the leading-edge Design Research Laboratory at the Architectural Association in London, focuses on parametric design in architecture and urbanism. A true believer in innovation, Patrik is not someone who shies away from engaging in challenging conversations on some of the most crucial issues of our generation. His constant desire to push limits makes him an “outside-the-box” thinking within the profession. In this exclusive interview, we talk about his leadership in a world-famed firm carrying one of the biggest names in modern architecture, Zaha Hadid; the future of arch...

42 MIN2019 JUL 3
Comments
Creativity and architecture of our time with Patrik Schumacher
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