As audio and video storytelling becomes more sophisticated, what is the potential for architecture and design? Could new media and technologies become the catalyst for a new type of design communication? Or even push us away from narratives centered around the architect-as-genius and (finally) towards the lived experiences of users? Join James Taylor-Foster (ArchDaily) and Vanessa Quirk (Metropolis/Tow Center for Digital Journalism) in a conversation with Shumi Bose and Guglielmo Mattioli (New York Times) about the future of design storytelling.
Speakers James Taylor-Foster, European Editor-at-Large, ArchDaily Vanessa Quirk, Web Editor, Metropolis Shumi Bose, Senior Lecturer, Central Saint Martins Guglielmo Mattioli, News Assistant, New York Times Daily 360