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Time Sensitive Podcast Ep. 9: Elizabeth Diller

Episode 9
Elizabeth Diller

For Architect Elizabeth Diller, New York City Is Beginning to Feel Like One Big Punch List

Elizabeth Diller is one of today’s most revered architects. Her firm, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, has led many cultural and civic projects around the world, including the elevated High Line park in New York City; the Broad museum in L.A.; The Shed at Hudson Yards, in collaboration with Rockwell Group; an expansion of the Museum of Modern Art, opening this fall; and the Centre for Music, a permanent home to be built for the London Symphony Orchestra. Diller has twice been named to the Time 100 list of the world’s most influential people and was the recipient of the first MacArthur Foundation fellowship in architecture. On this episode of Time Sensitive, Diller shares with Spencer Bailey her roundabout path to becoming an architect, the social and cultural impacts of the High Line and The Shed, and the emotional resonance of designing spaces in her home city.

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