Wed, 4 December 2013
We discuss the ethics, aesthetics, and humanitarian possibilities for those who have the vocation of architecture. After some banter between our co-hosts, Jeff interviews Ian Lodge, who oversees the Cal-Earth Institute operation, in Hesperia, California. This is the result of the humanitarian vision of Nadir Khalili, a Persian architect who was influenced by the Sufi mystic Rumi and brought his spiritual values, scientific training, and concern for humanity together through teaching methods of creating sustainable, economical, and artful housing.
Direct download: ViW22b_Architecture_and_Ian_Lodge_of_the_Cal-Earth_Institute.mp3
Category:Bonus B-Side -- posted at: 5:00am PDT