Blueprint

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

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/blueprintforliving/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h19m. Bisher sind 644 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 34 days 15 hours 24 minutes

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Architects for climate action, Annie Smithers makes panforte, rewilding in Florida and kosher sourdough for Chanukah


Plus Colin Bisset on the Butler Sink and a Lost and Found journey to Lisbon.


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The myths of 'friendly' design, Australia's Highway 1, and a database of a traditional place names


Plus, Colin Bisset on the links between the court of Versailles and one of the most popular chair designs of the 21st-century… and a trip to the city that's taken a bit of Versailles with it… Las Vegas.


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How to put an end to "crap" architecture, make meringues, and travel to 1960s Swansea


Melbourne's Deputy Lord Mayor has introduced two new design review panels. Does this form of advisory city-making actually work? Two experts join Blueprint to discuss the history and merits of this process. Plus, Annie Smithers whips up a meringue, and Colin Bisset takes you on a tour of the Korakuen Garden. And for Lost and Found, eminent Irish-Australian psychiatrist Patrick McGorry takes you to his childhood in Wales.


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Wilderness myths, Amsterdam's night mayor, and the cruise ship that started it all…


Plus, let us send you on your way to the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius with a takeaway pack of Annie Smithers' frittatas.


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 2021-11-05  1h19m
 
 

Backyard bees, Frankenstein cities, and a walk through the cemetery


Plus, discover the strange but fascinating world of industrialised food production, and the origins of the rubber band.


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 2021-10-30  1h19m
 
 

What has gender got to do with type? Plus Annie Smithers on fruit mince, creole classicism in Malaysia and a Lost and Found journey to Bath.


What has gender got to do with type? Well, nothing actually. But that doesn't stop us from ascribing gender to it. Hear from type designer Marie Boulanger, whose new book tries to understand why we keep doing it. Plus, architectural scholar Soon-Tzu Speechley on Malaysia and Singapore's 'creole' classical architecture; Annie Smithers on fruit mince and pudding; and a look at how one person's empathy revolutionised agricultural design… then we're off to Bath.


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 2021-10-23  1h19m
 
 

Love-bombing Tasmania, a sleepy seaside town, and the psychology of fashion


Plus, pay a visit to the Albi Cathedral with Colin Bisset before riding the Hallyu wave to Seoul on this week's Lost and Found.


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 2021-10-16  1h19m
 
 

What if the world stopped shopping? A spring walk with Tim Entwisle and a trip to Western Sydney


Plus, hear Colin Bisset on iconic garden designer Lawrence Johnston.


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 2021-10-09  1h19m
 
 

Stephanie Alexander, the crowd in a time of crisis, SA's Nature Festival… plus a trip to Florida with a bit of chintz!


Join chef and former librarian Stephanie Alexander in a wide-ranging discussion about the joys of home cooking. Plus, urban scholar Kim Dovey tells us what the study of informal urbanism can say about the crowd in a time of crisis; a dispatch from South Australia's Nature Festival; and Colin Bisset gets chintzy. Then, a trip to one of America's beguiling states, Florida.


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 2021-10-02  1h19m