In 1986, a California man named Larry Harvey gathered a handful of friends on a beach northwest of San Francisco and burned a larger-than-life wooden man and a less-large wooden dog. Harvey called the act “radical self-expression”, and held the … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Here’s the second part of my interview with Fumihiko Maki, pictured with me after our interview. In addition to the options below, you can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes (the link is here).
Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki was born in 1928 in Tokyo, and educated at University of Tokyo, Cranbrook Academy of Art and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. After graduating from Harvard, Maki worked in the offices of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill … Continue reading