In this week’s 3form PLAYlist, we find ourselves wanting to take a seat in Saarinen’s Womb Chair (pictured) as we muse over the debate of traditional architecture in Britain, wonder what France is thinking, and get primed for the Venice Biennale.
Click along with us!
Hear Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker, talk about the 9/11 Memorial and democracy in architecture
Does traditional architecture still have a place in Britain? Join the debate.
Should Paris take architectural cues from London?
Don’t forget the 11th International Architecture Biennale is kicking off September 14th in Venice. Be sure to check back with Metropolis POV for updates and reviews!