Blueprint

Blueprint is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients—design, architecture, food, travel, fashion—for a good life.

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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 33 days 11 hours 35 minutes

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Greenwashing the Olympics, designing for disability, a winter wander, Wunderlich… and the NZ travel bubble


With another Olympics upon us, we ponder whether the global sporting roadshow can ever be sustainable? Plus, it's time to consider what we mean when we design for those living with disability. Then, Tim Entwisle takes us for a COVID-safe stroll around Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens. He followed by Blueprint's resident design expert, Colin Bisset, who introduces us to the three British brothers who transformed Australian rooftops...


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Timothy Morton, potstickers part two, zoot suits and a trip to London's urban spaces


What does it mean to be "all in this together"? It's a repeated phrase of the pandemic, but philosopher Timothy Morton says it takes on a particular resonance in the Anthropocene. 


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Fight for your right to repair, cool, and restore… plus a trip to Budapest via Marton, NZ


This week, join Blueprint as we look at restoration: of our environment, buildings, and gadgets. Plus, Kiwi comedian Guy Williams takes you to New Zealand's haunted town of Marton, while Lost and Found takes us to Budapest.


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London's revolutionary feminist architects, Ellery and upcycling, Potstickers, and Lazy Susans… plus climbing Mount Bogong


Who is the built world designed and made for? For the longest time (and possibly still) the answer was white, able-bodied men. London's Matrix Feminist Design Co-operative sought to change all of that, bringing feminist-centred architecture to the capital from the 1980s. Co-founder Jos Boys joins Blueprint, as London's Barbican mounts a retrospective of her collective.


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Architectural longevity, Eucalypts and disaster, the brain on food, and a trip to Byron Bay


How long do you think buildings should last for? If you happen to be the Australian War Memorial's Anzac Hall… not very long. Plus, understanding Eucalypts amid climate change, the brain's perceptions of food, and grab your bobby pin… because it's time to do some mending!


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New African architecture, the Murrigellas, pancakes with Annie Smithers, and a trip to Silicon Valley


Scottish-Ghanaian architect Lesley Lokko joins Blueprint to discuss architecture, identity and race. Plus, it's time to introduce yourself to the Murrigellas — a group of friends (all Murri women, plus one Olive fella) inspired by none other than Nigella Lawson.


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Mark Bittman on the future of food, gnocchi with Annie Smithers, pre-fabricated houses and a trip to Richard Leplastrier's house


Veteran New York Times food writer and author Mark Bittman says it's high time for those in the developed world to reshape its relationship with food.


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 2021-05-29  1h19m