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"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it on W N Y c. I'm Alison Stewart. Thank you for sharing part of your day with us. We are so happy to have you here whether you're listening online on radio on demand. Grateful you could join us and remember, if you couldn't be with us every day this week. You can always catch up by listening to the all of it. Podcast there. You'll find our conversation with author Alyssa Friedland about her novel last summer at the Golden Hotel, which is set At a family owned Catskills Get away we heard from so many of you who called in to share your memories about the Catskills. We also spoke with architect Antoni Award winning set designer David Rockwell about his new book drama, An Exploration of Spaces, buildings and the intersection of theater and architecture. And if you go to our instagram at all of it W N Y c. You can see me posing very dramatically with the book ridiculous and we had some delicious recipes and tips for backyard grilling from James Beard Award winning pit master Rodney Scott. His debut cookbook is called Rodney Scott World of Barbecue. Every day is a good day. You can listen, those segments and so many more on the all of it. Podcast available on your podcast platform of choice. And if you like what you hear, please leave us a nice rating. Right now, as we do every day, we invite you to be present in this moment for our daily 62nd meditation. I need a minute with everything going on in the world. If you just need a minute, we want to encourage you to take one for yourself. You can quiet your mind block out the noise and breathe. Here's W. N. Y. C is meditation leader Lorraine Maddox..

"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N. Y. C. 93.9 FM and am a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Do. Federal prosecutors investigating 2020 election meddling are targeting an alleged Russian operative today on fresh air journalists. Simon Schuster on his time magazine profile off Andre dear coach who reportedly worked with Rudy Giuliani. Human in at two on 93.9 FM, or ask your Smart speaker to play W N Y. C. Thing is all of it. I'm Alison Stewart. Our colleague Ben Yakis, Scotsman Arts and Culture editor has some good news For those of you itching to get out and try something new we've heard about. So many beloved space is closing. Well, they're actually several new venue spaces, opening up all over the city, where you can see live music and performance and comedy High then Hey, how you doing? Remember when we could look out her window I w N Y C and C City winery, And then it got turned down for a new Disney HQ. But now there's a new city winery. Yeah, I haven't been in the office in a little while. But I hear it's a big hole in the ground. Still, well, the new City winery is lovely. I can tell you've been twice already. It's It's kind of great. What's happening there? So, Yeah, they you know, City Winery was a little bit ahead of the curve compared to a lot of other venues in the city. Part of this is that obviously it is a restaurant as well. So it was able to stay open. Back in the day when we still had orange zones and red zones and all that kind of stuff going on, so they were able to revamp and figure out a lot of their covert procedures earlier than a lot of places that were shut down completely. So now that venues are allowed to have fuller capacities, and things are starting to get back up there. One of the on Lee venues that has actually had stuff booked for the last month, and we'll have bookings all throughout the summer. Who can we see what are some of the folks? It's an interesting mix is not just music. No, no, they actually do a lot of comedians and again. It speaks to the fact that a lot of comedy clubs are just getting back up and running. And so city. Wandering was able to grab a couple of big name people before they necessarily wouldn't be able to play other places. So I think the big name has got a lot of attention is John Mulaney, and he's been doing I don't know. Product 20 shows there between May and then upcoming. He has like another 10 shows next week, at least on desire his first shows he's done. Since I guess since the beginning of the pandemic, he's really been in public on Ben. You'll feel like Todd Barry, another really great comedian. You have a real mix of music so you could see anyone from Tiffany. Remember Tiffany? Sure. And, uh, allowed it. Rain, right. The third and John, Hi it's and more folky stuff. And then there's a drag brunches and beetles branches, which are really fun on the weekends. And one day and I really want to see which is damn the torpedoes, which is a Tom Petty cover band I've been wanting to see for years. All right, so next door to City Winery is Little Island. We had New York City architect extraordinaire David Rockwell on yesterday, saying it was one of his new favorite new spaces, and Little Island has a performance space. What's happening there? Yeah. Little Island is the hottest little island in New York City. And, yeah, they're basically kicking off their first live events over the course of the next two months, And most of these events are free to attend for anyone who already has a ticket to the island. And that includes Broadway Inspirational Voices, which is a vocal group who does serve gospel arrangements of classic Broadway show tunes. There's also the American Ballet Theater who are going to be putting on a couple of performances with dancers and these are their first performances on stage in New York since the beginning of the pandemic. Um, there's a kid's event called the Little Orchestra Society, which I'm really curious about. Because I have a little kid now and I'm like, Hey, things that go bang that sounds like a perfect thing to being a kid. S so there's a new venue in Brooklyn as well. It's called Brooklyn made, and I understand you spoke with the new owners. Yeah. Yes. So it was started by Anthony makes What venues looked like when they work and when they don't work, and I think this was like a real dream project for them to put together and it's a really exciting place. It's in Bushwick. It's a 500 capacity venue, so it's not the biggest in the city. But it can still fit pretty big acts, and a lot of the amenities are really artist focused. They really want to make this a place that artists want to play s O. They have an apartment and a private pool that artists who come into town are able to stay at Wow, That's an interesting model. That's really interesting. When does it open? Who are some of the first acts so it's gonna open in the fall? I think September the last day in September is its first opening. And they have Jeff Tweedy, who's going to do two nights. TOC kick things off, and then you have a mix of legacy and indie bands like Band of Horses, Guided by Voices, Steve Earle, Spirit of the Beehive. Luna. Whitney. Greg Dulli of Afghan Wings Week in a lot of people wigs. Yeah. Sorry. That's OK. My God, That's a good band into my guess. Is Ben Yeah, I guess. Gothamist Arts and culture editor. We're talking about some new venues. The new City winery, Little Islands performance space. New Brooklyn made and this one sort of old but new Alamo Drafthouse has new locations. They've had a real up and up and down year, but it seems like they're going to open a new A couple of new places in the city. Hmm. Much like many of us Alamo Drafthouse is having a really dramatic year and it started out last year when they announced they were fined for bankruptcy and that they were going to be permanently closing several locations, including their flags, flagship one in Austin. So people are really freaked out When they heard this news. They're closing the flagship Alamo Drafthouse does that is this doom is this it? What came out was that they ended up filing for chapter 11, which is basically agree doing their finances and they were sold to this group called Altamont Capital Partners. Long and short of it is they've now come through this period, they say, and they're now opening five new locations, including their first one in Staten Island and in Manhattan. The Manhattan one sounds swanky. Think there's going to be moved. 14 screens Yeah. So this is going to be in the financial district. And this was you know, almost Drafthouse has for awhile, been trying to open a place in Manhattan. They originally wanted to do one of the old Metro theater up 100 Street and Broadway and that fell through But this location on Liberty Street they announced in 2018. It didn't materialize. But they say now that they're gonna be able to move forward with it, And this is going to be like a premier film destination they're going to have they wanna have premieres. They want to have a mix of new and older films and they're aiming for fall. 2021 spokesperson just told me this morning, actually. Okay. Now this is in a new venue. But it's new information you have breaking news on on summer fest. Which is, of course, the great free concerts that they have in Central Park in Marcus Garvey Park and other parts of the city. So I think what we have been seeing is that so many artists have preemptively canceled their tours for this summer..

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"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:21 min | 4 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"N Y C. M. Alison Stewart. David Rockwell is my guest this hour. His new book is called Drama really explores the intersection between architectures and theater. We have a couple of calls on hold, But I did want to dive in a little bit to talk about some of your theater work. David. Correct me if I'm wrong, but Rocky Horror was your first your first Broadway show. Yeah. It was, Yeah. So, okay. First of all you signed on to this huge project, a project with quite a bit of history and legacy to it. When you sat down and thought about your goal, What was it? Um So I had never seen the movie because I lived in Mexico from 12 to 18. So I had a blip of Popular culture and missed. I watched the movie. And I went to the director who's a great director named Chris actually. And I have been sketching for 45 years for directors pursuing working in theater and trying to find common language. And I said to Chris, why would anyone want to do this? I don't get it. He said. You need to see it with people because this show is the ultimate experience of the audience being part of the invention. So as I started to think about that, of course, fell in love with the piece. Is a way for the audience from the very beginning to buy it. So I started with lots of research. And thinking about what were the moments what we're going to be the large, transformative moment in which the steps Can bring the audience to a different place, so a disproportionate amount of the resource is went into those moments where there was real emotional opportunity, like moving from the pre show. Which looked like it was set in a B movie theater with theater literally flipped around in the world of Rocky Horror appeared. And it was You know the beginning of such a amazing privilege for me to work with theater community and so many projects and Started to recognize that ideas that I developed in one field were very applicable to the other. On the other end of the spectrum, Iraqi horror was, you know, colorful on a spectacle in the best way. I didn't know that you did. Lobby hero, which is a drama where the look location is actually very much the lobby. A lot of it takes place. It's very sparse. It's very dark. It's building entrances and exits. I'm curious what it went into designing that set, which is which is powerful in And it's sort of I know it's not simplicity, but in its starkness. Such such a great question. It's one of the reasons what I mentioned Fragments is, um, if you don't create the complete picture, the audience is drawn into it. So with lobby hero I had just completed the renovation of the Hayes Theater. Which is one of the 41 amazing Broadway theaters and was really one of the amazing honors of my life to be as an architect. Entrusted with renovating that And then we did the first play in there. So I had. I thought myself pivoting from the walls, looking at the wall to the theater to the stage and thinking about lobbies, which air It's really about isolation that isolated in the lobby. We made the decision to actually have no walls other than the door and the door to the elevator, but have the compression be between the ceiling and the floor. So we we had a we want. It's about a kind of being trapped in the states, so we created up short space. Where the ceiling and the floor would rotate in pivot. At the same time. So is these different people tell the story of their experience in the lobby. We shift perspective, almost like the camera ship. But there are no walls and it's open to a cyclorama. On. It was a great great gift to be able to do that. Let's go to Daniel Online five. Who is an architectures student. Hi, Daniel. Thanks for calling all of it. You are lucky today because you're on the phone with David Rockwell. Hi. Great to hear from you, David. And you guys here may Yeah, Daniel, go for it. Yeah. Yes, my question would be, um whether or not there was some more freedom to design because you didn't have to necessarily have continuity and plan. We're in section where you could just design rooms on their own. And the audience would never pick up on any differences. Um, you know, compared to maybe an architecture of major student or an architect. So the question is, is the freedom of designing sets? Well, yeah. There. You know, I would say that's a different tool box. So you mentioned plan in section Which you're where You know, you have to start every project and that's true in theater as well. You're starting with Planet section because, remember section you're studying sight lines. So you're you want to create a picture that everyone can see? But he The new element. There's many new elements and their several new elements that I think are relevant architectures. And one of them is the notion of ensemble. So when you see one thing, move in the theater for that thing to move that transition, it took a lighting designer set designer tech director, choreographer director actors All people who that couldn't have happened without everyone's expertise. And I think that kind of team building and I'm Tom will building of Different. Thought leaders. Is a great model for how to deal with Piece of architecture. We have a low budget or it's a landmark building. War. There is a public health pandemic. You have to respond to So I think the team part of it. Is very useful. That design element that is, I think in theater, you don't have an architecture is that things Move in real time. You have to take into town, the light safety and the cinematic quality of things unfolding and moving. But you you still need the kind of master plan and section and Color and texture just with a different kind of point of view. Let's go to Pedro, who's calling in from Greenpoint Online to Hi, Pedro. Thanks for calling all of it. You're on the air. Hey. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Hi, David. Um, I just want to ask if you've ever heard it just term called psycho geography. When it comes to thean conscious or subconscious of Roaming around the city and being either attracted and repelled by the architectural itself. No, no, I'd love to know more about it. Psycho geography. Yeah, There was this term developed by this French theorists and the sixties or seventies. I believe G to board, um, kind of like a precursor to French new wave And a lot of those kind of ideas. Um, coming out of France at that time, so something I've always been very interested in and Kind of God's goes back to Walter. Ben. You mean and his idea of like the arcades project, So I just found everything you were saying today very relevant in that regard. Appreciate. I'll look into it. Thank you for calling in, you know, I'm curious about in terms of I was interested in Daniel's point about freedom. And if designing sets brings you freedom, but I was curious about some of the parameters because In some theater pieces. You need to be historically accurate. But you also need to be creative. How did you or do you balance the need for accuracy and creativity? Um, I think you start in every case whatever. Design project is in deep research and, you know, research lead you in the unexpected places. Could lead you into the history of the place. It could lead you into a theory of looking at space is we just heard about so we still rooms with Um context and research and understanding as much as we can about If it's a restaurant will extract a narrative about the place and the person if it's a hospital will build a narrative around their point of view with care and with doctors and understand that The critical point. And then from there, you take that and try and conjure a solution. That, um In some ways is Not a linear line from what all the research tells you and it, you know.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 4 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"How so? What's what's an example in and how do you and your designers? How do you work with that? Well using Grand Central is an example that is carefully choreographed is any piece of theater you've ever seen how you flow into the main space? How does a central icon that organizes where you are? How there's balconies. You can be an audience or performer, depending on where you sit. I think space Is used to set up a sequence You enter. Actually, you went Usable in crafting the space when we created that jet blue terminal at JFK. One of the challenges was the amount of people who were gonna flow through. So we brought in a Broadway choreographer, which the CEO Jeff flew was a little, um, was, I would say, doubted a bit until we got into the discussion of it. Look at New York. Is it dad? How would you enter this building? And I do believe it's one of the things both examples of Ford Foundation of the Grand Central Grand Central, get right. That's an example with JetBlue where we looked at how space get you ready to leave the city where you're slowing down into the rhythm of the airport or speed up when you're coming into the city. Accelerating the speed of the city. Were, you know, design strategies. Yeah. You know that You're someone who likes to think about movement and choreography. And you know humans are so funny about what they will and won't do about where they will and won't go. How can you as a designer? I mean, what impact will you have on the way humans move in the world and how do you take into consideration? What we will do. It won't do. Well, you mention the word world which I love in the context of it in theater. Of course, every performance takes place in the new world with the audience sitting there and it takes you Wherever you're going. Believe spaces do that, too. But in a different way. They do that with fragments that contributor memory. They do that with Hate me. Elements were familiar with one of my favorite projects we've ever had a chance to do was imagination Playground. In lower Manhattan post 9 11. Let me do the second one in Brooklyn, and it takes the world of kids building and small blocks and scales it up two kids actually connecting and making her own world. So I think, uh, You know, looking at not necessarily a hermetically sealed world but a world in which people can find their way in and find their own way. Was one of the things I learned in the process of the book where, you know, I wanted to analyze what of those elements that relate to both and triggering collective memories, I think is a positive Wrong element that we Embrace. Take another call. Jane is online fall for calling in from Montreal, Actually. Hi, Jane. Thanks for calling all of it. Hi, everyone. I am actually making a picnic right now for me and a new friend to check out a park here in Montreal called Frederick back. And it's a brand new park and from what I understand it's built on top of a landfill, and they're using the bio gas of the form of electricity. Tonto power some of the things in the park. It's not yet finished, but I just wanted to say like I saw the pictures of that. I've never been there yet, but I'm really excited to go and check it out in about an hour because it is It looks so beautiful. And for a city like Montreal, like for something to stand out here, you know, because the whole city is already so beautiful And you know, I actually moved here from New York. Because of how beautiful it Woz. I was literally the only reason I felt something different here than I've never felt in another city before and just for a place to even be so special. It's so evident guard like There are these incredible sculptures and just really cool things for the community to do there, you know, just I urge you to check it out. I've never been, but I'm excited toe. Find out what it's all about. I love that you're doing that today. Thank you for sharing it. Doesn't it sound great. David. My guest is David Rockwell. The name of his new book is drama. After the break. We'll talk about some of the theater work David has done. We actually have an architecture student who has a question for you about here to design David. Stay with us. This is all of it. W. N. Y. C is supported by seafood from Morocco. Morocco is a large producer and exporter of sardines, octopus and anchovies, which could be prepared and served cooked in a variety of ways. More info is available on Facebook, Instagram and its seafood from Morocco dot com Swan Galleries with an auction of maps and atlases, Natural history and color plate books on June 3rd..

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"david rockwell" Discussed on Design Speaks

Design Speaks

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on Design Speaks

"Of your creativity. I'm your host brandy joining me is my co host julie. Hyder this week. We're gonna be talking about how to lead creative so stay tuned for that coming up later in the show. Hi julie. hey brandy so. When we first met. I was interviewing you to be a designer at that. I was hiring for an and creative director for an in house team. And i learned a lot during those years and have learned a ton more sense so today. I'm really excited to chat about how to lead. Creative people Whether that's more formally in like a job position. Like i was in or a little more informally like we do for some of the nonprofit groups that were sort of in charge of in away so not just leading but empowering creative. Some really excited to talk about that. But first i want to know what you've been up to. I just got back. A couple of days ago from Going down to white sands national park to do a couple of Photo sheets down there. Since i had to booked on back days i Bush myself in airbnb ended like a little mini solo. Trip down there and solo. Like all by yourself. yes yeah So a which. I go down there by myself pretty frequently. But it's like drive down. I do miss you. And i drive back. That's like eight to ten hours of driving myself. That's all in one. Day is not very fun. So i thought let's let's do a different this time And honestly like this. Spring has just been so busy. And i've been feeling like the way of all the things i need to do and just kind of honestly a little bit stress out by all that and so. This was like just exactly what i needed like. I slept in the next morning and like read in bed and just like hung out. Because i didn't have anything i had to do. Other than being at my shoots on time And i drove up into the mountains and just found like a little Wild camping spot and read a book had a picnic to connect and it was super refreshing So that was a nice little lake mid week getaway last week. Wow no expectations just all to yourself. That's like a dog mom. Mother's day getaway ever heard. That sounds awesome. So you've been doing a lot of work at white sands. I feel like you keep going out there. Yeah it's i think that it's growing in popularity. And i don't know if that's just like instagram fame. Or because it's now officially national park conserva national monument or what exactly but I think it's increasing in popularity. And i get a lot more inquiries for it than i ever used to. Maybe it's like post pandemic. This looks like it's out in the middle of nowhere. We can do a shoot here safely place. Yeah it really is a great place for that because like the dunes are huge. Like i've never seen the edge of on any side like the huge. So i like if there's a ton of people there like it's no big deal you just walk away from them. Find a difference. They endured totally. I love it. yeah i was. I was there just before the pandemic kit last year. And i'm trying to go back. That was my first time and it was. It was amazing. And i really think it's it. Looks like you're on a different planet. So that's also supervise. Ya yeah three amazing spot very cool. Yeah what have you been inspired by lately. Okay so bear with me as always on my weird fired nece So my sister sent me this picture of a blue footed booby bird okay. So it's i was really intrigued. That this creature actually exists. It's sort of like the nar wall like this thing is real. It's if you were to look at it from the belly up it looks like a perfectly normal quote unquote like bird just like brown. I'm like looks pretty normal. But if you like just look below its belly shock. It's bright blue legs. It looks like it stepped in blue paint and like just kind of dried there. And that's what it looks like and it was like really like joyful to see something like that that it exists but it also made me think that it's sort of like an analogy or a picture of what i preach on my platforms. Which is that we all have this something unique and special and maybe like a little bit weird even even though i tell the kids like the kids say some kids say sometimes That person's weird. Or that's really weird. And i'm like we're all weird. We don't all show are weird and so this is sort of like that idea and that we all have this something unique and special on maybe a little weird and a lot of people do hide it which is unfortunate even creatives. Because we're afraid of what people might think of. Whatever that weird blue footed trait might be but honestly that weird is what brings our own brand our own visual voice as creatives to the world. Our own voice in general like. That's what makes us stand out right even if we lived in The world of like dystopia ian Novels or something where we all have to wear the same thing like if you get deep enough into any person and you find that. That's what makes them unique and stand out and so it may not be immediately visible but it's really important not to hide. And that's what. I was inspired into thinking about so. Just call me. A blue footed booby bird from now on. it was just really fun so I i may like a graphic at some point. But i thought it was really cute and really fun so i was inspired by nature. I guess that is a weird. There's some weird weird in nature and so cool. I just love that that. I'm still like discovering.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny you're listening to who's there are weekly call in show where we take your questions comments and concerns at six one nine who them. Let's begin with i mean. This is thursday morning. I hope we're the first wants to tell you about this because these calls when i tell you we gasped when i tell you we asked i love it. It's like we asked for this and you guys delivered. And now i feel like we've we kind of have an answer to the mystery of the reinhard impersonator that here's your presumed answer. Hey bobby I don't work for seventeen. But i do work for another major. I'll let that covers. Television and i too was almost touched by fake really reinhart but i just wanted to explain at least what happened from my perspective dawn friday night i got an email from a woman claiming to be or an email claiming to be really publicist named jodi gottlieb. Her publicist but it was from a an email that was not the email listed on wpro and honestly the email was hysterical and feared and in and also came to my email and not working though so like it wasn't like a normal like just not normal at all like normally grandmothers contact me and just like lots of weird little things in the email is like really able to answer several questions over the email and like wanted to quote published that night or the next day which is also weird. 'cause like friday or saturday like i immediately contacted warner brothers and was like hey like this is weird and then the seventeen went up so just wanted to add some context us like how this might have happened I did not get tricked but obviously seventeen did not read the you know as well as i did. Because you know they know was not well written French the caller caldbeck read the email that they got. So listen to this. Email somebody with this. I'm obsessed with this. So i called about right here in the email that i got and i forgotten important barge part of it which so. I'll just read it. You know my name. Is jody leave. I'm really reinhard. Publicist w marketing. Putting river guessing. Incised lillies able to answer several questions over the email. The main topic turned you experience of working k. J. appa falling up this article with a link to an article. There's not from my site. I thought that you could attach her close to some short general commentary for the upcoming season. Only term quoting material should be posted today or tomorrow. Let me know if you're interested in this coverage so basically weird if you know. I've ever gotten in matrix tonight but i just wanted to share the important like experience working with caja appa part of it because clearly. It was archie fan. Who like honestly like did a better job. In some people have of like trying to advertise that's barge fan. Meaning a fan of the standoff. Him a person who's in the standard of betty archie aka lily reinhart and caja. This is so funny. Because you know way i'm kind of like how could you be fooled by this email but also who would fool somebody in this way so it's almost like you could be fooled by this if you were desperate for like a scoop or an exclusive and you watch riverdale and you knew that it was like good information are kind of spoiler to get this most it so. You're like excited to do that. But then part and part amis like well. Why would anyone have the impetus to lie about that in this very specific way like again. It's kind of like. Oh my god. Have you heard you've heard of the hollywood con queen. That podcast about the were you person rate calling people in holly basically it's a. It's a podcast. Listen to hollywood con queen it the He was recently arrested two. It was a man who was impersonating high power of like high ranking hollywood executives like amy pascal and literally sending people on these wild goose chases of jobs essentially like that didn't exist but it was just like for a power play. Almost it wasn't even the reason why they've had such a hard time. Catching this person was because he didn't really have like a motive that was traditional. Like he wasn't scamming them out of money he wasn't kind of it was more literally four like the influence in the power and this is almost..

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"david rockwell" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 8 months ago

Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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"david rockwell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:33 min | 8 months ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer on Let's revisit the Jane Creek House Key situation. It's Jane Creek. Oh, Kousky, if you wanna know the truth. Jane Creek House Key, of course, rumored to be dating Minnesotan CEO. My clindell the my pillow guy White. Remember that story? Yeah, I spent a whole week talking about this rumor came out of the clear blue. And we were all like Would you? What? What? How what? Um And then the the rumor was like, Oh, yeah, they were dating and like he would buy her expensive gifts and alcohol and then they would fight and then they break up and it was extremely detailed. And then at the end of the story, as told by the Daily Mail. The two of them both denied ever knowing each. Yeah, they both denied it. But then, Page six showed up and said, Well, actually, we've heard rumors of this before. Um, and we're not sure where this came from. Well, there's an exclusive from Emily Smith over it. Page six, and she Is just the bee's knees when it comes to gossip, and she says That, according to a source, Jane Krakowski is actually dating a guy by the name of David Rockwell. Apparently she's been dating him for years. He's an architect. Ah, couple of years Now, at least, however, she has been dating him quote very quietly. I don't know what that means. They just whisper when they're together. They tiptoe around the house. Very quiet. I love you. The source said that the Jane's been dating him for a couple of years. As I said, however, very quietly on then. Goes on to illicit something that perhaps Is it an excuse for how we ended up with the Jane Krakowski, Mike Lyndall love. Experience, tha source said, Quote the source speaking to Emily Smith over at Page six, quote. Jane? No, I just said those words friends are speculating If the strange story about Jane and silly my pillow guy was just a game of telephone, maybe somehow Rockwell, which is the last name of the guy she is dating. Turned into Lindo in rumor Ville. What? Uh, like, so presumably, she means you know, like Barb called Betty and Betty told Francine and Francine. Told Ginger. You hear Gene's going out with some guy? I'm checking. You remember his name Is something something else that Lind l Lindell? Yeah, that sounds right, Lindelof. His first name is I don't know. It's probably Mike or something. The my pill guy. Yeah, that guy. That's a long stretch because I will just remind you his name is actually David Rockwell. Somebody Mike Lyndall Rockwell. I mean, the only thing they share is two syllables and Anele. That's it actually to wells and any I mean, sometimes people don't think but Not the people think a little bit like I think it's Z. Holly. That was the smartest thing you've said No. Why? I just want to give people credit where Credit's due that people don't think, but sometimes they think a little bit. Yeah, This is not even a little bit. This is like the negative little bit. Okay, so I wanna like I want to acknowledge that somebody spent some time creating that weird story, and her name is Emily Smith, writing for the Daily Mirror for the page sex. But did you see we got an interesting tweet that I would like to give some attention, too. Ah, Yesterday we got this. Interesting tweet from a listener by the name of Kristen, who said the following and I'd like to sit with this and marinate in it. Is the my pillow guy in Jane Krakowski needs do the my pillow guy in Jane Krakowski need publicity because she is hosting a new game show right now. And I think there's something there right Because were we talking about Jane Krakowski a week ago, but I mean, yes, and I want to give a gold star toe listener. President. Because that's the kind of thinking that will get you on team Cobra, right like that's that's right up our alley like you are using your, um noodle effectively. The only problem I have with that is like Michael in Del I agree with you, but also okay. I know what could get us some attention for my new show. Let's pretend I'm dating this crazy guy That's getting a lot of attention for trying to do some horrible thing. It is. So ASA nine that it worked right? Like, I don't know. I'm not saying that he was the right person, but clearly it worked. Yes, I do. I think that this was a attempt by Jane Creek House Keys, people No, I do think perhaps the opposite could be true. That You know, Michael and l. I think Mike Lindell has more to try to get attention from her away from then Jane Creek House Key. I think Jane Krakowski is not the kind of celebrity who's like I need to create a fake story to get attention. I do think maybe if you paid attention to mark lintel little that maybe he's a fan of that behavior. She wouldn't shut off. You are laying go there. It is. Also, if you look at the story who Who Mm. You don't know care for their who gets more out of it. Well, as I've said before, better and better. Yeah, because that is out, kicking his coverage. Jane Cook House. Key is In many ways, the more Like if I were Jane Creek. How saving person? Yes, In trying to get attention, saying is the word you're looking for. And like, I don't know. Pretty and successful and mainstream me and like he outkicked his coverage is all.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You don't have to give your credit card. To a server on DH, then have somebody else touches put in your pocket. We do all payments without contact. We have an opportunity. Uh, your men you will never have been touched by anybody else or music ur code. Of the maitre d stand is actually outside of the restaurant right now. Because that's a that's an area where people gather and Wei have protective measures there as well. We've had our dining room laid out with a lot of help from the from the great architect David Rockwell, who has assured us that there is more than adequate spacing between all of our tables. We don't uh we obviously followed the law, which says not one ounce of Any type of beverage, maybe over the bar because bars are where people are having sex in other states, and then finally and perhaps, most importantly, We've installed the most in technology in our air handling systems. They have. That's important. We Madden. You read anything that could be in the restaurant immediately taken out. If it's as much as we can do, I'm going to say there's probably is probably no perfect mechanism anymore than there is if you're walking down the street by somebody But you know what? Everybody wearing masks except when they're eating and drinking. We feel really confident that we're going to get this done. I'm talking to Danny Meyer, CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group. And if restaurant Danny is doing this in his group of restaurants had hopefully many others will follow. But that raises can restaurants make it at all. If they have all these expenses on there, live in it to 25% capacity. The other thing is How do you know not you personally, but the industry know that your guests are safe and clear. Once we end up we take everybody's temperature on the way into the restaurant as well. And again, That's not a perfect making. That was going to say, Do you think that really is a big deal? I do think it's a big deal because I think every time you send a signal to people that this matters This way, have fine edge everywhere that talks about what we expect everybody both our staff members and their guests to do. We expect our guest actually put on their mask when a staff member comes to the table. Now, Joan, you said something at the top, which is so true. This is different. This is not One of the happy Go lucky salt crowd around maitre d stand and wait eyes with a cocktail with you know, three deep at the bar for table will be ready with loud music on and You know, this is a very, very different set of circumstances. But what this is really saying is Restaurants matter, they matter. To social fabric of how life gets done in New York City and everybody from the restaurant to the guests, members. I'm doing the best they can right now to try to get you know, one step in front of the other. So that we can get back to normalcy when that's possible tonight. I don't know whether That happens. You know, once the entire community is vaccinated or what, right some pointers, therapeutic, But we will. We will get back and I think that What you said earlier is also true that it's almost impossible if I would say it is impossible to make money at 25%. It's possible that if we do the 25% well, which we as a community have to do But then when we will get to 50% final number first, and if we get 50% by November, 1st And some of us are able to have outdoor heaters. So that we conserve 50% indoors. And you know some measure of caste outdoors. Even if the weather is a little bit chilly. We start to get to a point where Couple things happened number one. We possibly could get to profitability. The number of new New York starts to feel much more like New York and each time we have this experience again, it's like, you know, every time you got on an airplane after 9 11, it became less hairy and more normal to the point that it finally Receded in the back of your mind. And you just went through security and stopped thinking about you know the fear of 9 11? I believe That's gonna happen here. I just think that what's more frustrating than anything If you're a restauranteur after 9 11 we actually were able to be part of what helped New York to heal. Right, Rick Conference a place you could come together with your loved ones and And you know, it feels feels better. And that gift has been taken out of our hands. We want to make people feel better. But the very thing we do of bringing people together is a very thing that you're not supposed to do so Every little step gets us closer to where we want to go right now. Alright, Well, Danny, we wish you all the vest. We're so happy that the heart of our city restaurants are going to return and we'll talk again all the best to you, and to all the people who work in your 19 restaurants and two restaurant tours all over the city. We're with you. Thank somebody for that. Take care. Dani. I'm Jonah Hamburg, and you're listening to W A. B. C. Morton, First Lady of New York radio shown Hamburg entertaining and informative Talk Radio 77 W A B. C. By the way we are going to have a new feature called Joe Neat and I'm going to share all my adventures in the world of food. Whether it's a recipe,.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on KGO 810

"Get a room dot com. A room. Good morning. Mr lippman. Oh, oh, oh. Okay. No problem. We'll just do what will punt while we get back to Dave. Let me see what I know what I can always have something year conquered. Yes. Concord in the East Bay is really going on a heavy push to bring tourism in. And that includes they say, hey, we've got things just like San Jose just like San Francisco that well can differ in a little bit of a way. But did you know that the first named west first named by Tato Santos All Saints in eighteen sixty two by salvio Pacheco? And he was the owner of Rancho del Diablo later. The name was changed to that of concord. Anyway, you're going to brownie be hearing about what's going on in concord. Look it up. I don't have the Email address. But I'm sure you can get us from Google. Hey, David sorry about that. No worries. Hi, john. How are you fantastic? The sun is out it's beautiful. It's eighty two degrees today where everybody's swimming. And now, I lied. Hey, we're we're nice. What's up now, hotel wise, a hotel wise, you know, we're looking for spring break. But this is a good time to go to some of the major cities before the summer season. And when I talk a little bit about Boston, New York, Philadelphia, somebody east coast cities and also Washington and Vancouver. So let me tell you I about a couple of Boston deals. There's a new hotel and a new hotel chain. And those of you have been in Seattle heard of this state pineapple chain, which is kind of a boutique hotel chain, which is beautifully. Furnished really takes care of the gas beautiful sheets beautiful appointments in the rooms we have a hotel in Boston. Which is south of the mass pike and attend Lawrence Berkeley pineapples with very pretty hotel, very beautiful. Stay and we have at a rate of one ninety nine for most of the season before about may graduations in Boston. Good second deal in Boston is in Kenmore square. Which is of course, the center of the city, and it's called the Buckminster which has been around forever. It's a good hotel renovated recently. It's within walking distance of everything. And of course, Boston is a walking city all the patriots trail. Is it patriots trail? That's wonderful. The regular patriots. Patriots trail is super it is unbelievable. Nice town. Yeah. A lot of good feeling in Boston. It really is. And you know, you think about American history now in Boston it really is history. And it goes back, you know, four or five hundred years. So it's it's pretty incredible. And we have that hotel is for his low during this season as one thirty nine. Gone to New York City. New York City. We have the Wyndham midtown Forty-six. Sorry Forty-five which is on forty fifth and third very pretty hotel very beautiful custom designed suites by David Rockwell. And it's it we have it at rates before the main season, which again starts in may as low as one hundred and seventy dollars a night. Four star property in New York City. That's a really good deal. That's a nice. I like I like fifty two. That's nice good walking. Good places. You can hop across. And. Go to the East Bay. All right now, here's what you gotta do. If you want to do some comparison shopping, get a room dot com. Get a room dot com. Telephone number eight hundred hotels, eight eight hundred hotels eight and call for an published rates. David talk to you are Bob next week. Thank you very much. Okay. All right. They they this may be a new California wine country destination for many but not for the locals in winemakers. The Santa Clara valley is California's first premium wine production region believe it or not that's what it says it Santa Clara wines dot com. French and German migrants who settled here during the gold. Rush era saw the rich soils and Mediterranean climate and said ya and we as a perfect new home for their European grape varietals to give us a reason to sip. Swallow, some of their creations. We've invited. Spokes focus Giannini to tell us about passport. Well, Stacey give us an idea of the Santa Clara valley wine country, the size, a number of wineries. So we have thirty two degrees. With two more coming up, probably in June or July. So we'll have thirty four by year's end. And what's being only twenty minutes from San Jose? It's a region that has basically been undiscovered there's times and times where I'll be out in public just talking with friends and. It even lived here the entire their lives and still don't aren't aware that there is named wineries. Is there are so it's quite interesting. But we've got a spring passport we passports twice a year where you buy passport. Book every page has a winery on it. You go around the Santa Clara valley wine trail, which is about eighteen miles in length. It's a loop. You visit a winder you get your three. Somebody wineries will have live music. Some will have. That will be paired with the winds during the month. And then you repeat thirty two times for the entire month of March. And we do it again in September. So we've got our kickoff that starts off the whole passport month, which will be Friday March first we have over at tardy creek golf club. And we've got to ticket prices. We're going to have the general admission tickets, which is a night of savoring, twenty-five wineries still be there pointing their wines as last week got fourteen restaurants lined up. We'll have live music thera smile. And then the we want to elevate your experience we've got a ticket that shipping actually come and a half an hour early. So the dependent beat the crowds lining lineup the door at four o'clock. And then you get reserve tasty. We also have. Some winning that will be poured. We had over sixty different awards at the recent San Francisco Chronicle wine competition, so that'll be a real experience is supposed to take some of those reserved wines that won't be shared. The entire night because they are so special in in made in limited quantities. To me. I've got I've jumped into interesting because it was the French and German immigrants that came here back in the gold rush as right as noted. And it seems to me that in Napa Sonoma was more Italians I could be dead wrong. But it strikes me that they talk more about Italy in Italian winemakers up there who came way back and on their French and German. Why didn't they get together? We do have an Italian family. That's been here. There's five generations. Now that our generation is running the winery, and that's the Guglielmo family. Yeah. It's it's an area that has yet to be discovered. You know, there's one hundred years old. Yeah. I yeah. Well, you know, you got to promote it, and the how about lodging a lot of people that's one of the things. Lodging restaurants, other things that are around there where people can come to. And then enjoy the wine is as part of the attraction. Exactly. So we actually started in passport partnership all of these restaurants that will be at the kickoff will also be offering discounts term month. So in your passport book, we have a three hundred and fifty dollars value all the discounts that are being offered at the restaurants in downtown mortgage. Gilbert, we've got a couple of wine bars and law Scotus, Tino, we've got hotels, they're offering discounts. And then we also have two homes that are also an Airbnb that will have offered a ten percent discount. When you go directly through them versus Airbnb. So there's not only the restaurants. We've got a Michelin star here Martin hell, so that's kind of exciting as well. Bakeries? Are there any favorite varietals being? Created down there. Is starting to get really popular. A lotta people haven't really heard of it. But it's deep red. Forward. And it's one of our favorites. We've got four different wineries that are making that now. And there's new ones coming up all the time. And a lot of the wineries actually have events other than music. I mean, we've got one winery that does go yoga. So it's an interesting thing. It's a very popular event, which is kinda funny, but it's up. Type of events that people really love being a part of the wineries. Well, we talked about this a couple of weeks ago, what are wineries offering besides sipping various wines. And for instance, there's some snow my know that you can wind stomp, which I've got to do I have got to get my my bare feet into some wind start preferably. Radical course and do other things going on. For instance. Here's two questions. One other things going on in the wineries that people can also enjoy those internally then that is inside the wineries, just besides wine tasting. And then the other thing is everybody charging for the wine tasting are are there any freebies?.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on Travelogue

Travelogue

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on Travelogue

"Chengdu do the temple, the temple. So what's in Chengdu what showed up on the list in Chengdu the temple house and it just beautiful property and which really put that city on the map, even though it has been on the of course, and then people, I don't want to sound like didn't exist before we found it, but the food scene there the the social scene there, the nightlife apparently Marco would or contributing editor was there for quite a while and was utterly blown away by how modern modern and almost dare I say, western looking the way where it's located, it's it's very far west. What is the chicken and egg equation is at play here when this happens between a city or a neighborhood within a city, a hotel or something a property that goes in the word myself, this energy, what, which comes first to the hotel, set it up. Are these people who are really sort of the the, the, the whisperers and they find the stuff, or does there have to be. I do think that the hotel becomes the sort of the punctuation point. You know, I think that it ends up defining a certain foment in a place. I don't know that if there isn't anything going on and then the developer isn't gonna be there. They they have to be somewhat predictive, right? So I do think it ends up being they make a gamble on a place, and then a whole neighborhood will emerge around it, but they have to have some hunch that either artists are there, or you know, artisans or people who you know retailers that are, you know pioneering there's always some creative class that ends up pioneering certain words like downtown LA long before the Brody and you know the ace hotel and everything else. It was like the creative class have been displaced from a bunch of different neighborhoods as the same story, the world over they're coming back into downtown areas like Minneapolis and Detroit, and like this foundation hotel which to new to have made the list, but totally the hewing was number one in the midwest. In the middle of winter, and it was just perfect property situated in the right place. It was a grim industrial area, but there were shops and restaurants and an interesting clientele at the hotel restaurant and bar. That's another big factor. Is that hotels seeing themselves as just a place to rest your head? It's a place you've actually invite your friends or social, the living room Piazza the, you know, the the meeting to be for the big granddaughters of Europe and India everywhere. But I think cancer your question, I think that it's always the creative class that leads. And then there is, you know, there's maybe a coffee shop or a small sort of artisanal restaurant, and then you know those developers, if they're if they're reading the tea leaves, and they had their ears to the ground and they start say, okay, I see something happening here like downtown LA. You have great to your point. You have, you know, beautiful. Sort of industrial warehouse housing stock that then becomes, of course, the creative class. They they lead with housing stock. You know, all the great neighborhoods that have emerged in Brooklyn, for example, it's like they had been abandoned or they had, you know, they had become sort of unsafe for whatever reason, but the housing stock is great. And so then you know that sort of what happens, you know, that happens everywhere workspace like, you know they have studios. Exactly, right. Think about Dumbo. Yep. Through some urban planning. There are some planning issues here as well, which I find fascinating. I think Korean. You can attest to that number one hotel in Washington DC was the very new intercontinental at the war. That property was really interesting to me. And so is the larger wharf development. I think a lot of times when you hear about a city coming in and taking over a development, kind of like. Yeah, DC in particular is limited as to how much land you can go in and develop. But waterfront property is really kind of been something where they sort of missed the Mark, like Georgetown is is a mixed bag. So they were really smart and selective and how they were developing the wharf in the southwest area. And the one thing I mean, they had David Rockwell coming in design, the new music venue, the anthem and tandem with the nine thirty club..

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"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"Over desks that are walk down mix a lot cherry's next book cases with off doors on the office not only different from that but different from the you know there was that kind of rash of office space is that looked a lot like trout houses where foosball tables unbeaten cherry on see answered and i love foosball and being that but that this is really much more about a kind of landscape that is about participation and you think about hospitality one of the one of the pieces is a whole series of tables higher top tables that are really more like park honors that allow for shorter meetings and apart tension system that has multiple layers like a pursuing him or you can actually create an sketch and percent in the same around so playground the epochal sets restaurants furniture what's the dream project for somebody like you know what happened you got you know there's there's certain things i have a lot of interest in in one of them is parks my favorite space in new york a central park i think maybe whatever most significant contributions to the city it's imagination playground and i think there are places that give the city it's kind of life some very interested in us i'm also interested in building types that i think are right for re invention stadiums i'd love to do est in because i just feel like there's some way to take a the billion dollar investment say it needs to be more than twelve days a year and were very interested import ability right now i would say that in terms of aren't dooley portable building structures set kin to mount and move and it is an interesting way to look at both performance architecture together david thank you so much for talking to what's thank.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"No to design a lineup office furniture and that's called rock well one scripted can you talk about that shirt so it was one of those wonderful phone call to you don't expect in an an old called us and so good like to talk about designing through furniture now i've worship nl for a long time in the they create these some of the most iconic beautiful pieces of furniture and you look at third the legacy in history and think about people you want to work with highly intrigued but i but i did say i don't know that creating that's sort of singular i comic modern is piece of furniture is the smartest use of of what we do that he's the looked but we just come talk to him so they were very interested in and they had been doing a lot of research and this kind of emerging work place where offices are much less about creating space is that are code office and they were particularly interested and to work i have been doing a my studio had been doing in hospitality and the relevance up hospitality in the work space and the work and theater in the work imply so it's in only the best of clients and i i really mean that they kept guiding just towards more conversation more research and not to worry about creating a solution yeah so we had been doing work with the group called noire house which is a cole working space in i had been thinking about everything that goes on in the work space in between in individual piece of work in a meeting everything that has to do with serendipity or kind of on planned and the research note gave us focused on how or more people who were working don't have to go to offer should could do you work at home you have a lot to technology that can connection to the workplace so you're coming their first some other sense of what might happen when different ideas bang up against each other and you know it's it's been a extraordinary journey with them and we developed this this collection of thirty some pieces of furniture their all one where another lean into that notion of performance and play and serendipity and they're all move the ball and that's all we can figure bowl in a way that it's very exciting to make so i'm very different from the time to five looking office.

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"With pasting the food talking to the shaft an operator and extracting the kind of script and extracting the point of view and then i think what makes restaurant work once you had that point of view is understanding that big asked the audience experience it is a series of moment so what does it feel like when you first walk into a restaurant what does it feel like if it's fall what does feel like attempt in you're the first one there so you know is we've got more experience is a whole series of things um we're constantly learning most recently we had the streets of doing union square cache which really was a masterclass to work with danny my earned his team and it really got a chance to do something i've been fascinated with and that is they're buildings are lamb marked and those are saved dirks period to center landmark that aren't about saving the physicality of it there are a whole series of of experiences i'm with units greca fade been around for thirty years ago up at beloved restaurant the law bed and couldn't have been more quirky it's a space up happy ending the physicality but even if you code with big knowledge the fact that nothing's changed over the last thirty years so it was fascinating to create a kind of matt of fiction of what the restaurant was a what it was determined.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

02:55 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"So does it go the other way tailored i mean if theater influences the dalton fireman restaurants and hotel lobby a's how is what you learned about those public spaces influence the worker doing it theater well i think the the the biggest differences are different tall cats right so that the told bochy uses the theater designer is much more about look at the notion of transition red in the built environment i find new york city you'd be as a kind of place to experiment with the most thrilling example of transitions walking down the street and and i think new york we're as many architects will look at it from an aerial point of view and see a series iconic building more interested in kind of a messy thing that happens at the ground level where it's worth kind of mixing chamber so transitions in architecture if you think about walking through a building is driven by toward choreography of sequence saying in theater you get to create that live transition in front of you and i think for me and again this is really pulling back the camera much farther than i haven't toll i started working on what half i think the intersection of experiences that are permanent and the sort of our mature of our lives and the in permanent piece of performance has always time what's up i think that there is a really interesting the thing that is architects we want to create you know piece of the the world but his permanent but there's something about transition and permanent said i think is very emotional and moving him powerful and a real school to engage both an architecture in and theater i like a lotta new yorkers i think i first came to know us restaurant designer where you seemed certain moments be designing every restaurant in town what makes a good restaurant from design pointed in when a restaurants working i think the first thing that's working is a really integrated is point of view about service food hospitality and i think that's a balance it's almost like kind of portrait i think that they're they're one restaurant designed doesn't exist outside of the food operational strategy and that for me began early on again without sort of having it diagram of what our approach was but we always started.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"Concrete and i was lucky enough to you know find my way into something that turned out to be an extraordinarily good decision was it a deliberate moment of connecting the dots and saying how distracts connected the theater of how despair to call connect to the marketplace or were you the kind of kid who just was always drawing in training in thinking in making the other was there was really none of that i think you know now a couple years ago we we did a book call what if and some and i work for some very smart collaborate or sneaked editors and that was the first time i ever sort of looked in the rearview mirror inside this line that connected a bunch of those things i think the the thing that didn't connect all of that was in interest and how the immediate environment can help connect people and i think my life had had transitions that were sudden some of them controllable some of the not controllable some enjoyed fall like moving to mexico some of them heartbreaking a tragic like the lots of parents and i just found i was drawn torrance making in building and it was him making in building at the gran your low level i was making an building up to sort of community level so your first projects as an architect they were not theatrical projector with it no theater was really something i was with that was a hobby i went to the theater all the time and i found to be a great world to look at even the first restaurant i did now that i think about it su she's than i approached don agree not who was a costume designer with the santa fei opera festival should make this one wall so there was always a link between.

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"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

The Design of Business - The Business of Design

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"david rockwell" Discussed on The Design of Business - The Business of Design

"The broadcast nice to be here do member the first show you saw i do we were living in the jersey shore and i came to new york i was twelve and i went to the majestic theater and saw fiddler on the road but it's fun it look back on that day but that was my first day in in new york city restaurant and the restaurant i do trout's perry got off a wonderful and you know was it was a seminole experience for me a lot of seven lik spirits isn't that that it was a transporting a minute seen but unlike any reality you read known a four on the jersey sure i instantly fell in love with the city and you know traps with or older brothers dining was more like who can was gonna take that wildlife record and this was a place were every part of that experience was memorable to me in that sort of interesting to think about how designed creates memory so i couldn't tell you what traps look like i could tell you how close the table stall together the elevated sense of service and then fiddler on the roof was you know just blew me away that many things i've now come study but at the time i just knew there was something about thirteen hundred people in that room hearing that story through music and assigned that was totally transformative so from that point somehow you ben decided to study are could become an architect that's not necessarily the direct route to that i would think no no no it's been very direct we we move to kuala her mexico and i was twelve and that was surprising is a could possibly be because had twelve you don't understand your moving from a place that is only speak english very private suburb were the only place up sort of performance an acting out was the community theater and mexico was no english and really very small private holmes and then this amazing public space is a market places him so it was a godsend for me i didn't realize that at the time but my playground became the marketplace isn't ari acci square and mexico was a great playground for exploring and then trench since you know massive spectre colton events so architecture really evolved over time partially because there was so much interesting construction going on it was a lot of captain place.

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