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The Curbed Appeal
A show about where people live, and the things they’re obsessed with at every scale—from garbage cans to skyscrapers. A cast of Curbed staffers connects architecture and design to pop culture, news, and politics in conversations with guests like architect Daniel Libeskind, Call Your Girlfriend co-host Aminatou Sow, Pentagram partner Natasha Jen, and filmmaker Gary Hustwit. The series finale aired in November 2016.
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Ratings & Reviews
3.3 stars from 82 ratings
One of a kind
This is the only podcast that does this kind of profiles on design giants. It's wonderfully refreshing to see the profession get this kind of spotlight. My new favorite podcastRead full review »
martinfrancish via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/13/16
They make design fun and funny
The hosts are warm and hilarious and have a great chemistry. The guests are fun and interesting; starchitect Daniel Libeskind was a riot but the best so far has been (my internet crush) Justina Blakeney.
jayday618 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/18/16
Unlike any other design podcast
Daniel Libeskind was hilarious! And Family has such a great dynamic -- really cool to learn about the people behind the Yeezus tour. Design plus pop culture equals yes.
Tunacedes via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/11/16
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Published 11/17/16
Published 11/17/16
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Published 11/10/16
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