Design in Dialogue #105: Andrés Reisinger

Andrés Reisinger caught the design world’s attention earlier this year, when he sold ten purely digital objects through an NFT auction, for real-world prices. How did he do it, and what are the implications? Join us for a conversation with the designer, who hails from Buenos Aires and is now based in Barcelona, but seems […]

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GT2P wins Las Salinas Park Urban Park Contest in collaboration with Archiplan Chile and Planoamano

The project “Parque Jardín Botánico” (Botanical Garden Park) designed in co-authorship by Archiplan, gt2p and Planoamano, became the winner of the International Competition to design the Las Salinas Urban Park (PULS), a space with the highest standard for the city of Viña del Mar, which will be transformed into a multifunctional green area. Of the […]

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Design in Dialogue #99: Jacques Herzog

Jacques Herzog, founding partner of the eminent architectural firm Herzog & De Meuron, will join us for an in-depth conversation about his own firm’s practice and legacy, and the cultural role of the architect today. Among the topics we considered are the building’s qualities as a sculptural object; Herzog & De Meuron’s many collaborations with […]

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Design in Dialogue #98: Paul S. Briggs

Paul S. Briggs has developed a trenchant body of work over the past few years, deploying foundational techniques of coiling and slab-building to powerfully metaphorical effect. His work touches on brutal realities, such as mass incarceration, while also engaging histories of abstraction and architecture. Join us for a deep exploration of this artist’s technical, aesthetic, […]

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Design in Dialogue #96: Pentagram

Michael Bierut and Paula Scher of Pentagram are two of the world’s leading graphic designers, who have done much to define and reflect on their own discipline. Join us to hear their thoughts on what makes graphics different from other fields of design; the importance of typography as a foundation for their work; and how […]

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