Podcasts and Interviews
Interview with Khalid Kadir: Engineering Social Justice
Interview with Khalid Kadir: Engineering Social Justice Podcast co-hosts Flora Loughridge and Ulrich Gehmann speak to Dr. Khalid Kadir, a Continuing Lecturer at UC Berkeley and recipient of the 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award, UC Berkeley’s most prestigious honor for teaching. In this episode, we discuss the intersection of poverty, engineering expertise and politics, as well […]
Functional Spaces In Episode 3, the Ideal Spaces team is joined by Stan Allen, an architect and Professor of Architecture at Princeton. Stan holds degrees from Brown University, The Cooper Union and Princeton. In 1991 he established an independent practice, and since that time, has pursued parallel careers as architect, educator and writer. He has […]
Interview with Professor Andy Jones: Urban Parks
Interview with Professor Andy Jones: Urban Parks Flora Loughridge and Ulrich Gehmann are joined by Andy Jones, Professor in Public Health at UEA’s Norwich Medical School. Andy’s primary research focus is on the environmental influences on population health. His core work explores the manner by which characteristics of the social and physical environments act to […]
In Episode 2 of the Ideal Spaces podcast, we are joined by Professor Kean Birch, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change as well as Graduate Program Director of the Science & Technology Studies Program at York University, Canada.
Notions of Space
Welcome to Episode 1 of the Ideal Spaces podcast. Flora Loughridge is joined by the founder of Ideal Spaces Working Group, Ulrich Gehmann, and Michael Johannson.
Interview with Ulrich Gehmann and Matthias Bühler
Interview with Ulrich Gehmann and Matthias Bühler Matthias Bühler and Ulrich Gehmann gave an interview on Ideal Spaces and the city at the Shaping the City conference in Venice, October 2018. It was recorded in-situ, which explains the background noise in this recording. The topics discussed are of prime interest, particularly today, as cities begin to move away from […]