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"school architecture" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"Listening in our kids. We'll be right squash blossom boys. We're live at the special collections. Library here in Albuquerque New Mexico. It's the oldest library branch in our city. It's beautiful it's built in what's called the style of Pueblo. Revival am I right. We're interviewing Terry architect. Legend here in New Mexico. Spanish Pueblo. Revival is is squat about style is called and this is sort of a subset of that of mission revival as you can leave this after this morning. Be Sure you look at the front of the this part of the building because it has two towers and it has a bell and it looks a lot like a mission and that was that was one of the subsets of the Spanish Pueblo. Revival STYLE. We have a lot of questions for you. Terry okay. How do you build a house? That kids feel comfortable in the kids. Feel comfortable and that's a very good question. It's a matter of scale now. Do you know what scale means. Yes it means that it's something the size of the occupants so for example. Let's take these windows over here. These windows are really designed for adults because adults can seattle. I'm quite easily when they're standing up so the windows just to describe our listening audience. They don't start until about four feet high and then they go all the way to the super tall ceiling. So that's not a very kid. Friendly is it. I mean it could be and kids can of course be over but I went to a school one time and I thought. Wow the school is really for kids and I realized that the windows were centered around kids. I high and low so the kid was looking at the middle of the window whereas here adults are looking at the middle of this big window so just lowering. The sill of the windows would make it a lot more kid friendly lots more questions from our kids crew and Daniels coming up to the Mike. How do you plan on building like what you do to do it? Okay well I think it starts with talking to the people that are going to use the building and Katie mentioned. Written a textbook. And that's what it was about was talking to people before you design something to see what what they need. What do they want to do? What are their aspirations? What do they want? The building accomplish in their lives. So that's where it starts and we call that architectural programming. Then once that's done you design the building. Okay yeah we got a bunch of questions then what kind of things you have to do to become an architect. What kind of hoops do you have to go through? Basically okay well. Most architects much dates have license requirements. Not all require a college degree in architecture but most do. The University of Mexico has an architecture school architecture program and the State of New Mexico requires a master's degree in architecture which is really a very broad education. You take history. You Take Art classes you take structures classes. It's a very broad education. Have you ever built a minecraft themed house? What kind of house? Yeah exactly. This is the generation. Divide right here on the children's hour. Evan you're going to have to explain what minecraft is for. I don't mind perhaps is. Yeah IT'S A. It's a video game building video game where you can build a whole world. I guess the answer is no. You haven't yeah you get to pretend you're an architect basil fiscal year. Any other questions here. Yes yes eli well. The answer to his been sounds good. Yeah. Could you name a few buildings that you have designed sure some of you may know longfellow school? It's right down the street here. That was one of the first. Projects are office design. We renovated Coronado School. Which is an old building. We did come to school. We designed earn Ferguson Library. Some of you may know or that is so all of these buildings you're describing in Albuquerque. Do THEY SHARE. That you've built. Do you feel you have a certain style and do architects have a certain style? That's really their own. Well it varies I. There's architects that feel like the building needs to be signed for that particular client in that particular side. There's other architects that have a signature style. We would call it. I think in our case our firm falls into that first category that were looking at the specific site the specific function and the people that are gonNA use it. What you think is the more.
"school architecture" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Most vulnerable and data from your Zip Code where you're born to your test scores location and we linger and we think that The Chinese social credit scores. Some crazy A science fictional thing. That would never be here. We're living generally in this zone already with credit scores that we live. We serve it up well. So do the Chinese we serve it up even more so call cheap dates. You may borrow that where cheap days till we get a map and we get a communication system and we get whatever matt mostly for me. Hey I like maps right And then we trade information for that which just your cheap day. You're just like you give it all up. And they make it all the economic benefit from your data. You you get the map. Yeah so like real cheap like you got you took a hamburger versus the steak you deserved or whatever and I think that that's even less dangerous than the the thing I'm always most worried about is how does this affect our actual ability to move through the world and avail ourselves of opportunities and win when we are limited plugged into something. Yeah but also if the data if like a credit score says we can buy a house or cannot buy a house or or that we can go to a school recant or that we pass Our eighth grade or we don't and we have it's answerable. We cannot debate it. We can't can't reason with it It's it's fine plumber. And the humans that empower these decisions are saying. Listen I can't do anything. The numbers as the number. That's when we as a species end and we're no longer human. We have ceded all of our control too deeply flawed deep often incredibly cheaply and lazily engineered algorithms Grimm. Right like this writing software. It's terrible the finish on this question. Then if you could end up talking about this is what is human creativity then because a a lot of people feel that they can beat back. Ai and the jobs that it will replace way that will it will formulate you as a person is creativity. How do you? I have this book. Which is beautiful? It's called unnecessarily beautiful spaces for young minds on fire and it's really About eight to six Lancia and other centers like it and how these beautiful the places where people create and what they create All about human creativity. Yeah you know. We started to six in the mission district here and it had Kosonen obligation that we had to meet so we had to sell something in the front of the store so we chose pirates supplies of course and then other centers around the world started popping up they would come visit and then they would go back to Austria or go back to Melbourne and then they would have their own goofy weird Storefronts or seems so this book kind of collects photos. And how to's from all of these places because we do have to have these safe havens for young people to feel heard to be weird to be free a little bit from screens and free from algorithms a little bit and to right and to have a human next to them. That's listening to them and really probing their ideas. Validating them and a lot of it has to do with creating these very unnecessarily strange places. They're all weird like the one we're looking at it looks like the interior of Wale Great and But sometimes sometimes it's to say because I think increasingly we have you know here we're sitting here in an incredibly minimal depressing box right. Yeah and we're supposed to and And a lot of new architecture school architectures sometimes is like incredibly reductive and And minimal and I don't think kids respond to this. I think that they are inherent lash creative and ornate and weird and irrational shnell and goofy and whimsical and interestingly not in the movies and television. These days I find. TV and movies. Very ornate. Like the watchmen is so beautiful. Yeah yeah or I was just watching a trailer for Dr Doolittle. It looks beautiful because I think kids are attracting noticing. How messy has houses? How many I was looking at everything on the walls which was really i? This gets into the materials actually know the difference between cinderblocks and rich woods and velvets and unnecessarily delicate materials around them and and beautiful beautifully made things that have a human characteristic to them. Are you are you When you think about you know keeping human creativity what do you think needs we we have to think about? You know I have a big tech on what you know you're right. Everything is an algorithm bearings minimalistic Marie con doing ourselves out of existence. Kind of thing thing we do. We have to create a little bit of separation. Sometimes I think they were. There is not a technological solution everything and when we say creativity it doesn't mean how do we create an APP. That makes you creative but I think a lot of people automatically thinking okay. What kind of an APP? How do we transfer this wonderful organic real life experience onto a screen and I think that that Sort of knee jerk reaction that we've seen in the last twenty. Five years is really weird to me and I started here in nineteen ninety two in South Park. I saw this come up around me and that part of it. I didn't see coming. The sort of the everything has to be channelled handled one way and all mediated through a screen. I did not see that coming. I saw them having parallel permanently. Parallel existences but We do. I'll have to see that school can be free of at least somewhat free of every minute prevalence of technology we. You know we can have. We can coordinate off spaces and say you know what technology sober and so many different ways right so valuable. We're using it. I'm using it but it it doesn't have to be everything that we do does not have to be mediated through our machines and I think that The having these safe havens that are it just purely organic would copper brass Messy paper pens all of these things that we we inherently feel some connection to you know because we're still animals you know like we were always going to seek out these sort of weird feral comforts other organics. snus firm for you know whatever it is. We AH pages of finish up in a minute but I just had a baby in every single thing. Babies get to lie on their stuff. I wish I could lie. Why am I not lying like I literally every pad every piece of clothing is I'm like why am I living in this beautiful soft environment? Almost always I mean at least my baby not every trial thing. If we got a leisure of this we should be pappy to be human. You know a lot of good things about being a human being. We don't have to move ourselves toward We don't have to robotic size ourselves heedlessly finishing up trump is very human. There you go. Yeah Yeah really is that really is a you just killed my point there. Okay okay he human anyways just a different kind of human. Anyway Dave. Thank you.
"school architecture" Discussed on Future of the American City
"The scale of the neighborhood the district Cetera. There's of course a growing now. Actually entire field emerging around wellbeing health at the scale of the of the cities are very exciting. The emerging discourse and we are the forefront of discussion and in linking that idea of the the medical environment hospital title environment thinking about you know from the scale of the patient and the kind of data rich environment of patient care to the kind of nested scales in which these complexes grow grow. It strikes me that you are proposing kind of continuity across scales. I mean from the very beginning of the conversation about public health and the western city. The the beginning inning of the mapping of pump handles in London there has been this aspiration to bring a more empirically based or evidence based approach to thinking about health in the city. It strikes me that your interest your proposition around information in the city is really a continuation of that rather than something completely now. That's a very interesting. I think insights because it touches also on this idea of customization but frames it in different ways. So it's not so much about the individual projecting their desires his onto the public realm. But the possibility of being able to have a sense of ownership individual ownership over the public aquarium or the P. pieces of infrastructure for that. Give you an example. So we developed this project where it's an photovoltaic array to power the some some of the municipal services but in this case each panel in this Ray is actually assigned by means of an APP to individual citizen so the APP response to the actions the behavior of the panels and it moves only when the the owner is moving is active and the panel has to move because it has to catch up with the trajectory of the sun has to optimize its orientation tation to become more efficient. But if the if it's assigned owner is not moving then it falls behind and it's less efficient so this Out there in that piece of infrastructure has assigned to you and that is rotating trying to keep up with the sun and you are keeping it. It's powerful image. So the in the same way the fitbit or the SMARTWATCH gamified your own healthcare regime you can somehow Gamma Phi and engage age. Human curiosity the obsessive -ness of individuals to have gamified public infrastructure. But what's interesting is that you have a sense of ownership you can. There's this piece Out there you can point to it. It's yours and you are responsible for this kind of building. This relationship with public infrastructure at the individual level is is part of that vision of the city not as this indifferent platform. But something that can be talking to individually and that you are responsible responsible for but this kind of Gamification of health speaks to what you were saying earlier about the the whole discontinuing between spots city big data health wellbeing there was a conference at the Radcliffe Institute. You're a half ago on this question of data and decision making aching and in that. What one that we saw was that while? There's a a robust discourse for several decades now around behavioral economics this is now now established body of economic thought That humans are not rational actors and we still carry around these kind of pre pre human brain lobes and make choices. That are not optimal that simile. There's a group of people engaged in. What's putatively being called behavioral policy right and so it strikes me that this game indication the engagement agent of the human brain with how to harvest energy in the most optimal way and also have a sense of personal individual investment in a in a public utility that strikes me is is a good example of this idea of a kind of behavioral policy understanding how to engage citizens rate inside? I never link this idea with this behavior of policy discussion. That's interesting I mean. One of the maybe optimistic takeaways from that conversation so far has been that and while we know that more information has not historically produced better decision making for humans the distribution the decentralization of decision. Making your product is proposing is one way to work around that and it it strikes me that this simultaneously does too very interesting things. One thing that does is it decentralizes centralizers in defuses the role of the single profess oriole or managerial class person. In the lab coat who's making all the decisions who's increasingly inundated dated with information but not necessarily increasingly able to make better decisions because of the amount of information and at the same time. This product of yours proposes to more fully engage individuals citizens in the work of the city. It's life it's infrastructure life. It's metabolism does the fiction of the Big Data in those nefarious terms. You know a certain terms of civilians manipulation etc really. Don't take into consideration the dialectical opposites of how citizens maybe empowered also by those technologies and big data access to information and the data and how that may prompt participatory citizenship. And actually we have seen how this is playing out. It is very much so like the disease increased participation and engagement because of the link that is being made between the the citizen and UH infrastructure. That is more tune and responsive to their actions so not only collecting database. Actually be offering the possibility of of their participation. In it's shaping it. Is it your sense that the slider accessibility of information could be thought of as a kind of Democratization John I mean in the context that many are concerned with four or five very large monopolistic firms in one culture having all that data To do with what they will. Yes when we talk about facebook Google Cetera. Yes there are these big firms monopolizing this kind of information. We're talking about cities. Public Infrastructure at ticket is mine. I eve in the swimming that actually no we can still think of Open source US accessible data civic hacking and avenues of participation and access to data. So the interesting question. So we've talked about your research Your interest in the development of the RAD lab at the Miami and Your interest in healthcare. Can you tell us more more. Broadly the direction that you see the school of Architecture University Miami taking your leadership and and with the advice and consent of your colleagues so interesting. What University of Miami in general and the School of Also in particular is that the university is very much you know heart of the city. It doesn't have this kind of adversarial relation that you find sometimes sometimes and you know what I think it has to do with the football team. Football is big and hold region. The community identify was this team and by By association I think is was the university so the university community is not only condemning community It's the entire city so to speak because of I think it has largely to do with the love for the batch leading teams and especially the football team so this kind of favorable favorable kind of sympathy sets the ground for a very interesting productive collaboration relationship. We have was the city so for instance the Squaw architecture has historically always been involved in their fares of the city. Does Zoning Code for Miami. Miami Twenty one which was actually developed by the the office of the former Andean Liz better cyborg was also incubated tested the explored also in the context of the school of architecture. So everybody who you participated in this very important project many many things that characterize like for instance there is a consensus dances forming. Now to kind of mobilization is I think I think it is exciting around the issues of adaptation to sea level rise Serban resilience so we have a new president reuse ago. As you know with the new president comes this important. Effort is the strategic plan and actually Poleo Frank up as lexical the roadmap which is a better way to think about it so we have been engaged in this pal process at the Slovak next for a Trying to establish our roadmap and urban resilience has emerged as the focus like this. It's very exciting to think of a school having one one single dedication everything focused on this problem and I think it's only possible in Miami because there is an existential threat. It's the sea level rise. You know it's very serious problem. We we cannot afford not to invest all of our resources thinking efforts into to this issue so there is this problem solving ethos that has developed. And there is a shared that dictation or focus on at application and sea level rise which is energizing the school. So yes it is still is this very heterogeneous place but we are all all the united in this. Shared Mission Nausea think is exciting and you mentioned the schools Legacy its history of being engaged in the future of the city. Eh and in some ways using Miami as kind of test bed to then impact disciplined impact the profession more broadly. Because of course you know you you mentioned your predecessor thirteen for decades Sylla's platters who were speaking with in this series as well offering through DP Z.? Miami Twenty one. The planning guy but also a spatial planning guide not one which is just about policy regulatory. But in fact the commitment to kind of urban design right characterizes Miami in its history and the University of Miami School Architecture's contribution to that in that history. Can you share with us one of the projects that you can imagine going forward Around this question of resilience adaptation nation and your engagement with the city right so given this dedication the new focus which is really the result of our reflection the strategizing strategizing. We are not trying to Orient. Most if not all of our upper level sponsor. Joe's is it towards that goal. For instance like excited about this new partnership we have with the Perkins in wheel would be funding to Joe's the deal. Was this problem for this. One example. But it's dramatic of this effort now that we will spend on investing being all of these two draws in this particular arena and in real world problems so we will have supporters from the industry but also will have interlocutors doc actors from the city in real world problem solving situations in addition to sea level rise among the effects of anthropogenic climate. I'm a change or increase storm event changing loss of loss of species but also changing by oems and the statistical inevitability of another big storm event. I recall in one thousand nine hundred to the impact of hurricane. Andrew and the response of faculty the Miami and the city and the region responding with what is now I think viewed widely as among the most progressive and resilient hurricane building codes in the world by the way tend to focus on the gradual long delay of the sea level rise. Actually think more decisive in its impact on Miami is going to be the occasional big storm. That's going to be devastating and then actually have consequences. So yes you're right about the Andrew and it's actually very very important moment for the school because it is Andrew and the consequences of Andrew that created our center for or that urban and community designed cd which emerged or almost organically from the hold efforts that the school was involved old in aftermath of Andrew they had shreds projects participated in various citywide efforts et CETERA. They extremely active and engage and To such an extent that finally all of these efforts accumulated and four formalized lies into what is now our UCD but the emerged as a response to that the storm so this UCD is our consultation. TATUM arms with to speak takes on. Projects has been very active for instance in Haiti after the earthquake but continues to have projects their the an all over the Caribbean the interesting to know. Actually how emerge in a moment of crisis as a response to Andrew so the Center for urban and community design fine in school of architecture. University of Miami is a good example of institutional response to a set of social environmental crises..
"school architecture" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"For you down a bit from grant to west of cal you met Matt road workers in the left lane until the end of November get traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty able five point out of found accu weather forecast the National Weather Service has issued a dense fog advisory until ten A. M. this morning otherwise early this morning we will see a low of sixty seven degrees later today variable clouds it'll be humid with a high of seventy eight right now seventy three degrees at o'hare seventy two at midway seventy four the lakefront WBBM news time three fifty. Chicago's top rated station for news and information news radio seven eighty and one oh five point nine FM one hundred fifty years on the mag mile Chicago celebrates the iconic water tower stands out old school architecture surrounded by other buildings that reflect the decades in which they were built Chicago's water tower built by architect William Wellington is now one hundred fifty years old it's one of the few buildings to survive the great Chicago fire in eighteen seventy one the sun times points out that the castle like structure you see is really eye candy designed to hide a one hundred thirty eight foot standpipe that offset pressure surges as clean water was pumped in from Lake Michigan and distributed to city residents this weekend's water tower anniversary celebration was complete with activities and of course cake Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time three fifty one it's time now to check in with CBS to their in Kennedy with what's coming up on the CBS to news at four thirty am good morning happening overnight one of the largest labor strikes in a decade the United auto workers go on strike against General Motors we take a closer look at how it affects the supply chain here and unions also following breaking overnight.
"school architecture" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Students many tuition students from <hes> <hes> the islands actually south south burlington aromas around nine hundred twenty one including one hundred seventy students from the champlain allan island i i._c._u. Care communities right right and i i've been to that campus. They were the south burlington couple years ago or a few years ago. I was up there too. I think cover teachers strike for the associated press and and then there was some other meeting. I went through there at some point <hes> over to my time with the a._p. And i remember thinking those schools were pretty pretty nice in modern and etcetera i it surprises me to hear they were building the sixties and are already being talked about in it as being in need of replacement but <hes> i don't know the town. I grew up in the head of school at dated from the nineteen teens. I think it was and it was a it was a different different time. I guess back then people people put up with a lot more than than they seem to want these days in terms of a lack of modern conveniences sir whatever so not really wired for internet back in the day you know so well you raise an interesting point <hes> there are still many older the school buildings in use around vermont <hes> and somewhat say some would say yeah so you know nineteen sixties era buildings are are relatively young but <hes> there is a movement to create school school environments that allow for a more modern approach to learning <hes> you know advocates for this new <hes> sort of school architecture point out that many high school classes now involve a lot of small group learning you no. It's <hes> <hes> in cases. The curriculum is more tilted toward project based learning and and classrooms that were designed to have twenty five or thirty guests in rose. Sometimes times don't accommodate these small group learning <hes> projects in a very <hes> orderly way <hes> i talked to one person in south burlington said students are going out into the hallways to do they're they're they're sort of group huddles and their group work and the teachers sometimes have to go in and out <hes> from the classroom into these fairly fairly narrow hallways at you know may not have any is good lighting and and so that's one example of how advocates for a new building say the current building doesn't really fit with <hes> today's approach to learning earning and it's also we also have <hes> school systems that do <hes> a lot more that provide ride more supports whether it <hes> special education or <hes> you know second language which i e yellow language supports or <hes> reading supports in other words other you know many different sort of specialist teachers teachers work with with students and oftentimes the way our highs it out now now those educators have offices that are distant from the classroom <hes> that aren't conveniently conveniently located to sort of integrate these student integrate these services in in a in a productive way <hes> so those are couple of examples as well as you know just wanting more natural light and dan of course much better design for the technology that <hes> is kinda wedged into schools. Now you know i think i think i have the answer as to why south burlington burlington newsy off probably won't merge anytime in the near future and here it is ready. It would make too much sense. The <hes> <hes> i mean it would make a lot of sense for my appeal. Your knees my period you thirty two which two high schools about i don't know a couple of miles apart <hes> <hes> to look seriously seriously headed merger <hes> and these little rivalries or just sort of we're not gonna play with them kind of stuff off <hes> pop from time to time and and and and i think that's that's a big a big stumbling block instead my appeal year <hes> merged. I live in my pilat so i've done. I'm not speaking out of school that school the <hes> my my merged with roxbury which is <hes> i don't know correctly how many miles away but you get to roxbury for my gotta drive south on state route twelve through berlin through northfield and then you you get down to roxbury which is almost all the way to brookfield and <hes> you know i i look at that and i and i go to do anything about the climate change impact for one thing of this particular stickler school merger now you have all these people who need to not just school buses but.
"school architecture" Discussed on KCRW
"Back with DNA. I'm Francis Anderton. Now, we're gonna talk about an art weld, heist the appearance at auction of tile from Frank Lloyd Wright's Freeman has in the Hollywood hills has exposed the theft of some valuable Chazan lamps by Rudolph Schindler and by right report is harriette Runamuck. Hamilton of the LA times broke the story. All right. Vaughn is here now with the details. Hello harriett. Thanks for having me. Tell us what happened. So penny. Easiest to explain from my perspective. Which is last summer. The LA times that anonymous Email helping us that a bunch of furniture had been stolen from USC and never reported to the police and that's after the furniture. The tips are said it was related to the Freeman house, which is a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house in Hollywood hills that you owned and we doing lot of stories last year about various scandals at USC. So we finally got a chance to ask the university about it in January, and they said, oh my goodness. You must be kidding. No our campus. Please never been told anything like that it would attract are complete attention, but they nosed around for a little bit. And they found that like yes, it was true in twenty twelve some priceless. Works of frankly, right furniture. And I would have Schindler. Furniture were stolen from a warehouse. University maintains and for reasons that are now under investigation it took they weren't reported to police at the time in fact, US he didn't go to the LAPD until we approach them a couple of weeks ago. So now, it's kind of a LAPD investigation. Art neck details. Working on the case in in trying to track down these on a replaceable pieces. What were they replaceable pieces for two of them are Frank Lloyd Wright floor lamps. They're very beautiful are like six and a half feet, and they are cast iron and glass, the top really breathtaking, and they were in the Freeman house living room. And their value is somewhat known because he made a couple other similar lamps for other homes in LA and recently or two years ago. One of those lamps sold for one hundred thousand dollars, and it's comparable the two that are missing from USC. The third item is described as cushioned chair that seems to be have been designed by Rudolph Schindler he made a lot of the furniture for the house, his close friend with the Freeman family, and we know there's a huge market demand for Schindler furniture and actually to Schindler chairs were recently stolen from another storage facility in LA and those were foul you'd each about twenty five thousand dollars. How is this theft verified because having read your story, it looks as if there was some confusion about one whether there'd been theft, and then whether these where these pieces of furniture at actu-. Really we surface they seem to have resurfaced at auction. But was it verified that the pieces at auction that seemed to be those pieces were the ones from USC. That's a little confusing that the kind of auction information doesn't concern furniture. It concerns. A tile cement tile from Freeman house. So if you want anything about Frank Lloyd Wright and his work in LA, he was really into idea of using the most basic building block, which is cement blocks and turning it into a piece of art. So his LA houses are made out of these patterned cement blocks that he cast their tiles ones. The Freeman house our sixteen inch squares and he made a distinctive pattern free to passes Holly hawk housing that they unique design and for the Freeman house on sort of a designed to me like like, arrows and lines and these tiles are very beautiful to look at. But they don't really get along with California seismic environment. So during the Northridge earthquake many of them fell off and. Broke into pieces and others of them. At least one was just ripped off the side of the house by vandals in in the nineties and and taken away. So last summer one of these tiles appeared at an auction in Chicago told her five thousand dollars, and it's kind of curious because the Freeman house has never been in private hands at once owned by Harriet Freeman on until the nineteen eighties and then being the property of USC. And so I think a lot of people that care about the Freeman house early. How is this possibly being sold at an auction? And is it in any way related to the theft? On into the auction. House told us that their understanding was, you know, came for legitimate means like fell off the garage, maybe after the Northridge earthquake their seller attested having legal ownership of it. But you know, it it to people that love home. I think it raised a red flag about whether there was scavenging going on after property. It seems like there was some people and USC school of architecture who were aware of the fast, and what USC is now told the police six and a half years later is that there's they believe that there is a miscommunication about who was gonna go to the police and report the fact, but although some number of people at the school architecture knew that the sect had occurred. No one contacted either the campus police or the LAPD or the insurance carrier who was ensuring the pieces all of this comes in the context of the. Ownership by UCF school of architecture of the Freeman has. And they've always been struggling the funds to keep up the house and to support that custodianship. And now that's been a theft on the off fifty tell the LAPD they looking for the pieces, and they looking for the robbers. You know, they've started an investigation. It's in preliminary stages the detective who runs our detail said, you know, one of the challenges that they have a lot of the people that have been at USC over the years that baby potentially could have had access to the warehouse where these items were stolen from they. They're no longer at USC. There's one professor told us that as far as he knew there was only one key to the room where the items were stolen. So I know that the university. And I assume I could he is looking at who had access to that key your tips. Did you know who that person is I do not? I bet you find the tips to credible. Well, I mean enough to ask you, I see if it was true that they, you know, eventually came back and said, yeah. Sure merit to this. Now harriett you on an investigative reporter for the LA times. And you have been part of the team that reported and wrote about two quite serious scandals at USC one involving a medical school dean and his drug fueled party life and the other involving the gone ecologist who's accused of sexually assaulting hundreds of students. How does the theft of some lamps and Chaz? Sort of weight, you know, in in comparison to these to these big stories, or is there something endemic at USC lack of oversight. I mean, you know, I it they don't compare it to, you know, violating people are committing crimes involving drives. I don't think, but you know, these items were bequeathed to USC by the Freemen's. They had other options that could have given the home in its contents to other people to other institutions, and they, you know, they trusted university of southern California in part because it had done a good job with the gamble house in Pasadena, and you know, that the staff is a betrayal of the trust at the Freemen's put in university. Now, the university of steal a person or or people stole them. But it's sad to think that even in the decade before these things were stolen. They were just kind of sitting in the dark where one. In Los Angeles. Nobody who loves architecture cares about the history of our city, but see them well Harriet, Ron thank you so much for giving us your time. It's really interesting story. Thank you. I'm francis. Anderson. You've been listening to DNA Abbas outs. He produced and edited this program where the final mix by Rakwana special, thanks to lower condo. And thank you very much listening. We'll be back next week. It's two twenty nine KCRW a very good afternoon to you. The daily is next right after NPR news and local news from KCRW with yours. Truly at three the world. We'll have the story of a cartoon pig ran afoul of Chinese sensors, but has been rehabilitated justify for the year of the big four. Marketplace will explain why the GOP's 2017 tax law is causing some Americans to think about moving to a different state. It all things considered we'll wrap up the post pope's first ever visit to the Arabian peninsula. That's at four thirty. Okay. People are waiting for Mitch McConnell hickory stand against Trump. That's going to be a very long way at the end of the day. He is really a party guy. Is this the Republican party that he wanted to have at this point in his career? I don't think it probably is. But it's still his party, and he's going to stand with it. And he's going to do what he has to do to see it through this presidency. I'm Michael Burbach. That's coming up on the daily from the New York Times..
"school architecture" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Show the two aspects of school architecture one of the late nineteenth century the other of the nineteen thirties. So I never knew that. That's. Just to just fascinating. I I cannot tell you how much I love you. Oh, go and let somebody else call. But this is marvelous and thank you for doing it. Thank you. I think it's a wonderful thing. And I think Bradley Jay listeners are always the most intelligence on the radio, I think so too. Anthony, we mentioned the marine hospital. Yes. Can can you talk about that a bit? But, you know, this is the funny thing, I mean, I tried in some ways to find things that was so unusual that a lot of people didn't talk about, but the marine hospitals something that I had heard about, you know, over the last few years, it's still there. It's located at the corner of cobalt avenue of Warren street, but it has this huge thirteen acre campus but during the period of the nineteen forties. They began to realize the subways that this was the hospital that was actually going to be established burcin semen coastguard offices, enlisted men, veterans and members of the villian conservation corps. The idea was. This was something that would have roughly three hundred fifty beds that were available at any given time for men who would actually either served or were still serving in the military. So a lot of ways it was a Martin medical hospital. It was something in a lot of ways that many people would look at as a major feature this woman that just telephone talked about the educational aspects, but hospitals were an important feature again because the open land, and the funny thing was the Brighton marine when I did the research. I quote, this that they said that their mission was to support the health needs of uniform men retirees and the dependence and today recently Graham was broken for a six story apartment building to be constructed adjacent to the hospital, which will give preference to veterans that will live on the campus. So that thirteen acres does. Doesn't.
"school architecture" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"When do I find out what the answer is Russian Christian? Do you have a guess? It smash brother Christian gets it on that. I guess he was waiting. He was on that super smash, brothers because the different all the different guy jumping on weird flat land. Slivers that's super smash. Brothers is an example of a game that I'm genuinely terrible at. Oh, I'm horrendous at it. I'm great at super Smith. The only game like that that I have ever achieved relative success at is an intendo we game called. Imagine Colin party babies. Because I just had these friends had this game. Imagine party babies. Babies is spelled with z. of course it is. And it's like one of those. It's like, you know, it's like a party game. You know a lot of bunch of mini games where you get to pick your baby and then you compete in various only exact that you're like, fucking good at this. Really sticking in the couch, fuck. Near way who's acting like a baby now. Last game. Every sound effect is a nonchalant man blowing raspberries blowing raspberries. The old Bronx cheer. Is that what that is? Yeah, let's cheer. Got nothing so far. Okay. Keep going the first the end. All still have nothing. I think he might get this one. Okay. The first world, ant farm game, there are a little lines that look like ants. She says. And it's not sim aunt. It's an an on because that is literally a first world. Is there a sim aunt scare has against never played some ant. It's not. What about sim copter you ever play sim copies? I'm barely played anyhow. Tell that you guys are a little younger than I am. This is like, you know, people define their entire generation by the fact that they played a lot of Oregon trail in. Yeah, like this is glazes Oregon trail generation just school school, video games. It's like this is Oregon trail. I played late in elementary school, and these are games that I was allowed to play in middle school. I went code mind. Yeah. All right. The one where you work on your school architecture project, sim city. Thousand simcity two thousand. You got one sim city. Can I tell you something about sim city? I downloaded sim city onto my laptop computer to play on airplanes because I can't have it on my regular computer because then I'll just play that instead of working. Yeah, absolutely. And it's the games where I've had this experience truly is simcity games and then this this baseball game called baseball. Mogul that literally has no graphic elements. No, you're, you're just writing guys like raising the hotdog price? Well, the crater sim city. He really made that game. He wanted to make like a fi. You wanted to make a jet game like bomb things, stuff like actually like making levels a lot more than actually playing this game and hurting people's like I want to do this and that's how some took off. Yeah. So games I had same city, two thousand and then later sim city for something on my computer. I don't remember which one is which and I, I get my. Rain headaches. And like if I, if I like tense up my head and neck yet I will bring myself migraine headaches and I had to take the computer. I had to take the game off of my computer 'cause I play it. So compulsively that I would give myself migraines on airplane flights. That seems that seems right. And I have a similar experience with I get headaches all the time, and I try to play anything on a fighter in a car. Anything like that. So eight, two guys. This has been, can you guess any video game? It's somebody who knows maybe to grab a video. It's time for the last thing we have. We have. We always count sexual. We have. Two is my sexual. Congress count. This is a final thing before our final thing. It's called final five, five questions. We ask every single person. There are all original and not. One of them is stolen from inside the actors studio left. Thank and if he's listening. Just go to hell. I mean it's just so bad when he's dead, but he still just won't stop calling us when that finally, the first question is, is, is sling blade here?.
"school architecture" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"I've been frantically looking last break in this one for the name on the shooter annapolis maryland this is a white guy with a pony tail white guy with a pointing all we don't mass shooting at a newspaper office something called the what is your capital gazette capital gazette newspaper in annapolis maryland all already right off the bat standing on the not yet cold bodies the one of the editors at reuters reuters this is supposedly a news organization one of the editors has issued the statement that the blood of this is on the hands of donald trump you believe this so we're at two thousand eighteen reuters saying this is on bonus on the hands of donald trump's his fault this is absurd and we know that but you can't win in this one you can't win in the let's put it this way can't get off one or the accusations trump to the to the day he's out of the presidency six years from now and off into the private sector again and even then they'll be just insulting him in the most hideous ways you could possibly imagine now prior to this they wanted to be his best friend you remember that right now they loved them on the talk shows wanna go to his hang up wanna compasses casinos things like that blow anyway it's right now shooting in maryland newspaper building at least five dead suspect in custody white male with ponytail that's all they got so from what's the first thing you thought when you heard about this come on yo time is up you thought muslim of course you did could be we don't know could be some kind of a beef around an employee thing who knows but you know you thought muslim of course you did this is one of the state type things but we'll see now the sky apparently mal five dead i'm not getting too deep into the details yet because this is still at that stage where nobody knows anything it's unfolding they do know that the suspect is white with a ponytail that's it i think we've pretty much we've talked about this soros funding women's march covered that one another piece that i wanted to get to today speaking to the media oh by the way have you ever been to annapolis gorgeous gorgeous night all up and down the coast there you go through these these just norman rockwell esque little towns little areas of them and annapolis has i don't know if you'd call a square whatever they call it they're kind of a main downtown square old school architecture off of that you're good on these streets were houses are there from like sixteen eighty whoa that specifically sixteen eighty but you get the point just pre revolutionary war houses and architecture just.
"school architecture" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Year old girl drowned in her family's pool yesterday afternoon the pool safety gate had been done and the girl got past the gate and fell in four twenty nine news report forty twenty nine news reports after her father attempted cpr the girl was brought to mercy hospital where she was pronounced dead preventing school shootings in arkansas that's what some lawmakers talked about yesterday topics discussed by the joint performance review committee and governor hutchinson's school safety commission some of the topics included violent video games security and school architecture armed school officials na suspected lack of morals and arkansas children arkansas online reports gun control proposals to restrict access to firearms by teens and the mentally ill were not discussed two groups are the two groups are expected to give their final reports by christmas you'd hope school employees follow the rules and not do anything suspicious but a bryant school employees forged apparent signature and try to pick up a prescription for a student susan kennedy came to the medic pharmacy may twentyfirst to pick up a narcotic and had all of the students medicaid information the pharmacist refused to fill the prescription and channel four says kennedy was released from lean county jail this morning could be changing their views on marijuana use while city leaders debated that last night city director ken richardson richardson has been pushing to make misdemeanor pot arrests a low priority while police chief kenton buckner fears possible unintended consequences channel four says though the city board won't be voting on it until next week and a new thirteen mile bypass around sir c which is costing about fifty million fox teens donna terrell reports so many avenues for residential economic business commercial areas that we simply do not have we got this new roadway around town approved a temporary one cent sales tax to help fund the project the.
"school architecture" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I'm chris ingram with the latest from newsradio one hundred two point nine k a r n brittany brown has been located the family says she was spotted on a traffic camera in missouri fox sixteen tyler thomasson spoke to her brother levi everything circulating back to the cowboy electric cowboy levi tells me he saw video of what looked like britney leaving with the man when it's unclear with the situation was and why she now is not responding she was reported missing saturday after she didn't come home every step ex mother lori jernigan speaking out about the discovery of eddie's body about a week ago where she was found he needed a robot to go down there we got that had been done it hadn't shell park was searched a year after ebi went missing with cadaver dogs but nothing was found then the body was found about a week ago when cold case detectives wanted another look arkansas lawmakers met yesterday examining how to prevent school shootings the joint performance review committee and governor hutchinson school safety commission discussed topics including violent video games security in school architecture arm school officials and a suspected lack of morals in arkansas school arkansas online reports gun control proposals to restrict access to firearms by the youths and mentally ill were not part of the discussion the two groups are expected to release their final reports by christmas next news in thirty minutes i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine k a r n this is mark levin that the martian versus awesome case of asleep dealt with the independent counsel statute which has since lapsed the power the independent counsel under an administrative procedure that was set up by congress question was the constitutionality of having such a creature that is created by congress and they went back and forth and rehnquist wrote the majority opinion listen to mark levin evenings at six following doc washburn on news radio one zero two point nine k a r n the starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box.
"school architecture" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Want to come and play for us and you know you had to give up all of these pieces you know when it's not necessary all the time so we just gotta get better you know i don't know you know to me if nobody come i'm not worried about it and i still think you know this team could use a year of of of getting better with each other before some star come in and try to take over and set the dues back all right cuba i gotta take it back to you know how much respect i got for you in a all jokes lakers clippers big three but i'm reading a book i don't know if you guys authorized this book or not but i've been spreading the word about this tremendous called parental discretion is advised when you're old songs nwea days and in said in there that between easy ease first album and in w ways i alba them you had to go to school decided to go to school architecture school i think instead of going with the group when they were blowing up is that true and take me through that time period yeah that's true you gotta go back to the time before we put out you know boys in the hood which was a song that was like easy you know wasn't really nwea song so nwea was an experiment it was like a all star group and it wasn't like you know we had nationwide west coast rappers at the time you know the only person that was doing it nationwide was ice tea.
"school architecture" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"To twenty one will immediately the nra slapped a lawsuit against florida but you're the president the white house republicans have heard from a lot of americans who have a problem with that age hike it is five at twenty seven you're listening to news talk five fifty kfyi type of the kfyi download with joanne bauer came steve republicans on the house intelligence committee are calling it quits on the investigative phase of the russia probe texas congressman mike conaway tells fox special report with brent bear that there's no evidence of russia colluding with the trump or clinton campaign's in the twenty sixteen election we found over no reason to think that there's something we're missing in this regard we've talked to everybody with we believe we need to talk to kinda way says the committee's republican majority properity one hundred fifty page report for democrats on the committee to review a teachers are protesting right now outside as governor doug ducey speaks at another station don penance thacker was save our schools zona says something needs to be done bubbling up from regular old parents for regular old neighborhood fewer saying look enough is enough our state relies on teachers and schools and if we don't fix this now we're already dead last where will we be in five years rallies are planned around the state on march twenty eighth governor doug ducey says he is working with legislators on things they can do with rules regulations school architecture restraining orders to make schools safer if someone inside the school at there's a teacher or a principal or a law enforcement officer or a mental health professional the says this individual is is a danger that we're going to have to have due process but i think we have to have a tool where we can be pre emptive governor ducey speaking with mike broomhead this morning phoenix mayor greg stanton will soon be stepping down so that he can run for congress he says he has no regrets about his time leading.
"school architecture" Discussed on Rocky Mountain National Podcast
"The arl is it a divine programmer was at a now it relationship with like indian internship through my university yet through my architecture school jazz civically so students from either the school architecture or the school of landscape are texture or uh historic preservation or regional planning economic plight of this and then um they hire a handful of us anywhere from like four to six of us and then were each sent out to our own park in the summer so this brutal much just one of us in the park um our specific programme is just the inner mountain region so pretty much room northern montana up in glacier to uh like south west texas visitor mountain region as the park service defines it or just yeah oh yeah yeah yeah for folks who don't know loan the park service were divided into re geographical regions um mostly from management purposes neofascist interventionist's huge of you has so many parts on if you go online and search like mps or national park service region release way edelman up seven concuss there's northeast southeast midwest is pacific was alaska eight overnight included in that but i think alaska's its own iron i would have to look at a map but he added in her mountain so you were there than you went back to school for year and then came here so you already talked a little bit about how rocky compared yellowstone in terms of the scale in terms of buildings is is very different compare had you've been iraqi before um now i never render i what did you think he first got here i was bewildered i was like this has been what did you see my neighbor beyond my whole ioka's another drew it's not that far law hesitated event yeah yeah what did you think about it compared yellowstone in terms of like the scenery um.
"school architecture" Discussed on WTVN
"Uh all all put mr boge is up against the sean hannity to vote and the dead your friends and neighbours i want you to judge whether the independent or whether they republican want you to you within the faith suppress our draft regard were showered kabariti of you know i refer in high school architecture beyond the jim what we gotta do is fight in congress fight in the courts by industries fight online fight at the ballot box and now there's the momentum to be able to do this this is a panel hell because people will tie this deadly deathly standing i understand president isn't this young man ordinary people who sent we saw with needed to be done and came together and supported those ideals who have made the difference they marched the blend yes some of them had died this is hard every thing games we have done this before are we can do this again i don't respect this president i don't trust this president one can in the best interests of the american people is and his actions are contemptible and i will buy day and tell me spotify i'm concerned deepwater can strike in fact the only thing your mouth is good for is being putin's holster there's going to be our saving grace you know when he is about to new finland yourself thing she's going to walk into the bedroom and you know jerry i mean he so blatantly stupid he's a punk he's a dog he's a pig he's a con artist maat who doesn't know what he's talking about doesn't do his homework doesn't care thinks he's gaming society doesn't pay as taxes is an idiot colin powell set at best he said national debt zastava he's an embarrassment to this country it makes me so angry that this country has got to this point that this fool this also has wound up where he has talks how he wants to punch people in the face well i'd like to punch him in the face in a might kill isis with the same might take a murder donald trump in the same night with which enemy or you most proud of probably the republican all right 24 told the top of the hour eight hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part.
"school architecture" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All this is up against the sean hannity on the did your friends and neighbours alleged attacked a whether the independent all the republican budget of all you within the face press always asked me were shower debris you know i referred high school architecture beyond that jim what we've got to do is fight in congress fight in the courts fight industries fight online fight at the ballot box and now there's the momentum to be able to do this this is a death panel hell because people will die this death deathly standing i am this is the new president is discernible why were merely people who simply song when needed to be done and came together and supported those ideals who've made the difference they marched the blend yes some of them had this is hard every thing is we have done this before we can do this again i don't respect is president trust as president market in the best interests of the american people and his actions arcand jehmu and i will what i'm concerned that they can go right in fact the only thing your mouth is been for is being glenn putin's ulster along there's going to be our saving grace you know when you use of dodge ukshin lenders such thing she's gonna walk into the bedroom and you know daddy janati injury he so blatantly stupid he's a punk is a dog is a pig he's a con a bull bars mutt who doesn't know what he's talking about doesn't do his homework doesn't care thinks his gaming society doesn't pay his taxes is an idiot colin powell set at best he's a national disaster he's an embarrassment to this country it makes me so angry that this country has gone through this point that this fool this also has wound up where he has talked how he wants to punch people in the face i'd like the punch him in the face in a my cue i will say might that emerges in the same night with which enemy are you must prouteau probably the republican.
"school architecture" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"History of the freedom rock and what it is what are we going to see when we go there sure you know history why it happened by accident i thought the movie saving private ryan and the theater and i i was the only way i i thought how what you're my that that is all the author that i've been to war and i wanted to say thank you for your veteran's large approximately ninety tonnebolder the north of our our hope donald great bill and and i just wanted to say thank you veterans after a movie all permission to payment on private property and like i think that i put grazing eugene law and freedom and then mm the history after that local veterans asked if i would reap in it and i go on a date majoring in our thought why not the kind of on little project under them an annual tradition and this is the night here in a row that i ended up the different for veteran on the rock though it'll change every year that you now what got you interested in in art in in painting bubba well i was going away i grew up in a dime before i end movies in car anything like that it thank you guys as well and so my grandparents with a notebook color and draw and kind of your good i was a little bit better and drawing and they were and this kind of group when there i had act on it elementary junior high in high school architecture got to give them a shout out a you know when i quit whenever i would be discouraged they would continue to push made with it and then i it ended up that kind of what does good at decided major in our state the the scenery that you page in and how do you choose what you're going to feature on the freedom rock i i kind of out older and older digital older real older all of ideas and veteran that i would like the honor and stories that i would like if no astray and just kind of break out of it gets closer and i go get rian fired sometimes if i know like a movie is going to drop about a certain veteran likely early this year um you know i like trying to put those guys.