From the world’s premier design school, the Practice Platform at Harvard University Graduate School of Design presents Talking Practice, the first podcast series to feature in-depth interviews with leading designers on the ways in which architects, landscape architects, designers, and planners articulate design imagination through practice.
Hosted by Grace La, Professor of Architecture and Chair of Practice Platform, these dynamic conversations provide a rare glimpse into the work, experiences, and attitudes of design practitioners from around the world. Comprehensive, thought-provoking, and timely, Talking Practice tells the story of what designers do, why, and how they do it—exploring the key issues at stake in practice today.
How to Listen
You can listen to all available episodes and find program notes here on our website, or subscribe to the series via one of these providers: iTunes, Android, Google, Stitcher, Spotify.
About the Host
Grace La is Professor of Architecture, Chair of the Practice Platform, and former Director of the Master of Architecture Programs at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She is also Principal of LA DALLMAN Architects, internationally recognized for the integration of architecture, engineering and landscape. Cofounded with James Dallman, LA DALLMAN is engaged in catalytic projects of diverse scale and type. The practice is noted for works that expand the architect’s agency in the civic recalibration of infrastructure, public space and challenging sites.
Talking Practice is produced and edited by Maggie Janik. Current research assistants are John Wang and Reuben Zeiset. Former members of the Talking Practice team are: Ronee Saroff, Julia Roberts, Jihyun Ro and Alexander Porter.
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