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Liz Diller

Liz Diller of New York-based Diller Scofidio + Renfro speaks with Ana Miljački about evaluating the ethics of commissions and translating projects for different audiences.

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Hood Design Studio

Ana Miljački speaks with Walter Hood about artistic freedom, working with institutions, and succeeding through failure.

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Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners

Ana Miljački chats with Tod and Billie of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects about the contrasts of institutional versus commercial projects, developing relationships with clients, and finding meaning in work.

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Tatiana Bilbao

Tatiana Bilbao of CDMX-based Tatiana Bilbao Estudio talks with Ana Miljački about working with governmental bodies, social housing, changing office culture, and how to engage the leverage points within systems of power.

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Studio Zewde

Sara Zewde and Ana Miljački talk about alternative ways of doing landscape architecture, racial tokenism, design cyphers, and the value of architects as synthesizers.

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SO – IL

Florian Idenburg and Jing Liu of Brooklyn-based studio SO – IL chat with Ana Miljački on a wide range of topics, such as discerning a client’s political intentions, the power of an architectural brand, and the possibility for architecture to transcend its relationship with an institutional client.

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WORKac

Amale Andraos and Dan Wood of NY-based firm WORKac talk with Ana Miljački about different facets of sustainability, the lessons learned from saying yes to everything, and regrets, among other topics.

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Charles Eames

March 31, 1976 | Recordings from a dinner honoring Ray and Charles Eames at the National Arts Club in New York City | Reissued as part of Mid-Century Masters, a digital archive series.

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Craig Ellwood

October 22, 1987 | Part of the lecture series Three Modern Architects | Reissued as part of Mid-Century Masters, a digital archive series.

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Charles Jencks: Postmodern classicism

Charles Jencks' first Architectural League lecture on postmodernism makes a strong and witty argument for what he calls "the consensus of postmodern classicism."

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Charles Moore

A recording of a Charles Moore lecture held on the day Ronald Reagan was elected president.

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