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October 28, 2021  |  permalink

Introducing Unfrozen

As if I didn’t have enough podcasts on my plate (here and here) I’ve teamed up with my old friend Daniel Safarik to launch another, Unfrozen. Inspired by How Long Gone, but riffing about architecture and urbanism rather than green juice, we started it on a lark while visiting Venice last month. The first episodes are out (and available below). Here’s what you’re missing:

1. Greg and Dan successfully make it to the 2020 > 2021 Venice Biennale, on their fourth attempt, only to find it is closed on Mondays. Fortunately, there are other things to talk about and see.

2. Greg and Dan visit the Venice Biennale and share their thoughts on “How Will We Live Together?”

3. Greg, Dan and special guest Alexandra Siebenthal, host of the Design in the City Podcast by reSITE, convene in Turin, Italy, to discuss their “redpill” moments that got them hooked on architecture and urbanism, and what they’re looking forward to seeing at Utopian Hours, the urban design festival held 8-10 October, 2021.

More episodes, and more guests, to come!

 

 

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Greg Lindsay is a journalist, urbanist, futurist, and speaker. He is the director of applied research at NewCities and director of strategy at its mobility offshoot CoMotion.  He is also a partner at FutureMap, a geo-strategic advisory firm based in Singapore, a non-resident senior fellow of The Atlantic Council’s Foresight, Strategy, and Risks Initiative, and co-author of Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next.

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