This series of interviews brings together some of the leading voices from the world of architecture and beyond. The intention is to record their thoughts for posterity. Videos will be uploaded to the DigitalFUTURES library with subtitles.
A French architect and urban planner. She is known for her work to raise the profile of women in architecture.
Decq founded the Paris firm, Studio Odile Decq, and the architecture school, Confluence Institute. She has also been a teacher and director at Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris since 1992.
New York-based architect and partner of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, which she co-founded in 1981 with Ricardo Scofidio. She is also a Professor of Architectural Design at Princeton University.
An Austrian architect who co-founded the architects’ cooperative Coop Himmelbau in 1968. Which has an international reputation as an important representative of deconstructivism.
An American architect, considered one of the New York Five, Eisenman is known for his writing and speaking about architecture as well as his designs, which have been called high modernist or deconstructive.
Denise Scott Brown
Denise Scott Brown is an American architect, planner, writer, educator, and principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates in Philadelphia.
British architectural academic whose early work in computer technologies related to architecture, urbanism and design was developed at the Architectural Association in London, Cambridge University and the University of Ulster.