Join the Danish Architecture Center as we chat with some of the world’s leading architects, designers, planners, and engineers about their work and ideas.
Let’s Talk Architecture introduces you to the creative and innovative minds behind the future of our buildings and cities. Get to know the creative and innovative minds that shapes Danish architecture.
Author and journalist, Michael Booth, is not an architect, but he is curious about cities and how they are built. In this podcast he ventures out into the city with architects, planners, and urban developers, while he asks them about the agendas, that shapes their projects and our built environment. They talk about everything from the aesthetics of the climate change, modernist masterpieces, extensive retail planning, rethinking of materials, sensuous architecture, transformation of existing buildings, the shaping of new architects, and much more.
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Let’s talk architecture on tour
In 2023-25 Copenhagen is appointed World Capital of Architecture, and in the Danish Architecture Center the countdown has begun. Besides that, Copenhagen will be hosting the world congress of architecture, UIA2023CPH, in July 2023. Leading up to the world congress, the Danish Architecture Center in collaboration with the UIA2023CPH secretariat and Creative Denmark, will kickstart the debates by organizing a series of international architecture talks. Michael Booth is going abroad to explore how Danish and international architects are tackling global issues, that will be discussed during the world congress UIA2023CPH. Below you can listen to the episodes where Let’s Talk Architecture goes on tour.
The project is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and the Ministry of Culture Denmark, the latter two through Denmark’s international cultural exchange. The project is organized by Danish Architecture Center, UIA2023CPH, and Creative Denmark.