Show 421: July 22nd 2014, Workplace Design

TONIGHT we’ll be talking about workplace design, following on from the Work Place Work Life conference run by Architecture Media… we’ll be playing interviews with David Gianotten (OMA Asia) + Dr Tim Sharp (The Happiness Institute).

Also - MPavilion: commissioned by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, to be built in the Botanical Gardens… a structure to host cultural events/lectures/installations from Oct-Jan annually… this year focused on the perfoming arts, with the inaugural pavilion by Sean Godsell, inspired by iconic outback sheds and verandas www.mpavilion.org

Mat Ward's article on ArchitectureAU

M Pavilion Sketch - Sean Godsell

Sou Fujimoto - Serpentine Pavilion 2013

Shenzhen Stock Exchgnage - OMA

Dr Timothy Sharp - Founder of the Happiness Institute

NEWS & EVENTS

  • Open House Melbourne (as already mentioned on the show): 26-27th Julywww.openhousemelbourne.org
  • DADo (Design Architecture Documentary Film Society) is showing 3 x short films on women in architecture. screening at the Walsh Street Courtyard, tomorrow night (23rd July), with an introduction by Justine Clark  http://robinboyd.org.au/dado/?p=723
  • Cinecity Architectural Film Project is screening on Friday night, 25 July at Testing Grounds at Southbank: collaboration between architects and film makers, inviting local and international submissions of 60-second films exploring spatial ideas.. The 30 short-listed films focus on the theme “making”, and were screened in Perth as part of this year’s National Architecture Conference

http://www.testing-grounds.com.au/events/2014/7/25/cinecity-architectural-film-project

  • Ma Yansong, founding partner of MAD architects, will be presenting the UMelb Dean’s Lecture Series on 5th August, at the Sidney Myer Asia Centre http://abp.unimelb.edu.au/events/dls-ma-yansong-mad-architects
  • Urban Voices – celebrating urban design in Australia’ won a national award at the Australia Award for Urban Design announcements in Canberra last week.
  • IMPA is holding a public forum on August 4th on (the) City in Crisis: Housing and Public Realm Challenges Facing an Expanded Melbourne Monday 04 August 2014, 6:00 — 7:30pm, Deakin Edge, Federation Square
  • CCP - Wednesday 30 July: Architectural Photography, Then and Now - at the Robin Boyd House in South Yarra; Saturday 2nd August: Masterclass with John Gollings on Architectural Photography; Wednesday 27 August: The Nature of Commissioning. Another program at the Robin Boyd House, Walsh Street, this time with a panel talking about the challenges and wonders of commissioning both art and architecture. Panelists are: Andrew Maynard, Susan Cohn, Damien Wright  and Phuong Ngo. 
  • Koichi Suzuno, Torafu Architects; Wednesday 23 July 6pm, Monash University Caulfield Campus, MADA Building G room 1.04

Next week: Review Show featuring International Correspondent, Dr. Rory Hyde

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Dolittle, Eva Green and Ms Medic talk why health professionals are perfectly placed to spread the message of climate change and terms within the health industry that are misunderstood. Social professor Peter Miller from Deakin University also joins the team to talk alcohol and violence related to it, as well as other bits and bobs.

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After a quick chat about how much we dig Bendigo (lots), we started today's show with a report from John at the Queen Victoria Market. Well, it was half a report, because we managed to delete the other half whilst trying to edit it... we've only been doing this for 25-odd years, we'll get better at it one day. Maybe.

Still that allowed us a bit more time to speak to Bacardi's Sebastian Reaburn about his recent trip to New Orleans. We chatted about the mega-conference he way attending, the differences in drinking culture between Australia and the USA, and his presentation on honey as an ingredient for cocktails. He also mixed us a sazerac cocktail, which was amaaaaaazing. You can read more about Seb's travels at his wordpress site.

Continuing the boozey theme we finished the show with the redoubtable Duncan Buchanan from Circe wines. We chatted about the effects of climate change on wine production, and sipping on some 2013 Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir wondered where this variety will be grown in 20 year's time? We also covered the alternative wine varieties now being planted in Australia, and the gloriousness of matching Italian wine with Italian food.

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In a very special interview, Olive, Laurel and Digga talk to our very own Huen in his day guise of John Arnott who has just returned from the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.  John and his team set up the Australian exhibition and won both a glod medal and best in show - a fantastic achievement.

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After Olive's recent trip to Japan, she, Laurel and Digga discuss Japanese influenced gardens.  The team also discuss their gardens and give advice to callers on a range of topics.

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Dr Olivia Dean from the Impact SRC at Deakin Uni talks about psychiatry research. The team also talk about the burdens and benefits of alcohol within society as well a discussion about chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Tallman, McZiff & Anabolics are your hosts for this episode. 

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Professor Ian Simmonds from the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, joins us to talk about a newly released study that shows that reported changes in sea ice are more dramatic than first expected, and we now face some sea ice disappearing from the Arctic altogether within a very short period of time. Then speak with David Doubilet, regarded by many as one of the world’s foremost underwater photographers, about his upcoming National Geographic Live! talk and presentation at Hamer Hall called 'Coral, Fire and Ice: Explore Secret Underwater Worlds' - the beauty of the coral triangle contrasted against the magnificence of icebergs and shipwrecks in the icy waters of Antarctica. Then Piers Morgan from Monash Uni talks about an art installation at MONA that brings creative design to resolving a problem with water contamination in the Derwent River. And we're delighted to bring you live music by renowned award winning Hawaiin musician Makana. HUGE SHOW NOT TO BE MISSED!

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This week Dr Jen and Dr Ray join Dr Shane in the studio with Dr Jennifer Henry on the phone from New York.

Also on the phone is Andy Sheppard from CSIRO who talks about the CSIRO's free eBook on Biodiversity.

Guests include Associate Professor Paul Stoddart and Professor Sally McArthur from Swinburne University of Technology discussing the BioReactor, Swinburne’s new Training Centre in Biodevices and the importance of producing industry-ready PhD graduates.

Also in the studio is Dr Nick Murphy from the School of Molecular Sciences, Department of Genetics talking about the impact of fire severity on endemic desert spring species diversity and potential for recolonisation of disturbed sites.

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McZiff, Anabolics & SK look at the business of big tobacco, the psychology of hoarding and squalor, and the hard task of a parent saying goodbye to their children from their home. 

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The team of Deepthought, Dr Nick, Doolittle, Malpractice, talk about sex before spot, the techniques you can take to get a baby to sleep, and the common stresses associated with moving house. 

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