This is the first in a series of four episodes about Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, one of the world’s premier architecture firms. Patrik is also an author, professor, lecturer, and architectural theorist.

In November 2016, Patrik gave a presentation at the World Architecture Festival promoting libertarian and even anarcho-capitalist solutions to London’s housing crisis. In the midst of the media maelstrom that followed, Tim wrote a blog post, presented in this episode, that defined anarcho-capitalism and defended Patrik’s proposals.

Then things got interesting…

Intro

Only Mom can tell us apart.

Discussion

  • Dame Zaha Hadid
  • Zaha Hadid Architects
  • “Housing for Everyone” – Patrik’s controversial presentation at the November 2016 World Architecture Festival
  • Guardian article
  • The Stages of Capitalism and the Styles of Architecture
  • Anarchitecture’s blog post defending Patrik
  • Zaha Hadid Design Gallery
  • Interviewing Patrik
  • Salon discussion of politics and architecture
  • Patrik’s architectural theory: The Autopoeisis of Architecture
  • The style of Parametricism
  • Tim’s blog post: Patrik Schumacher, Anarcho-Capitalist Architect

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