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The Importance of Huts
BY EUAN GRAY
@ VOL 2
ON FEB 28, 2012
Huts are no longer nostalgic relics of the past. Euan Gray shows us how huts are not only important as a shelter from the harshness of mother nature, but how they've become fully-functional contemporary works of archtecture.
"Presentation of the Day" on October 5, 2013.
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BY CALLUM DOWIE
@ VOL 17
ON FEB 20, 2010
"It's somewhat unheard of at architecture school. Most people build models or make drawings...I built a complete building."
In Tramping Huts at PechaKucha Night Auckland Vol. 17, Callum Dowie shares how he brought his own unique structures into fruition, shying away from the standard models used by ordinary architecture students.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 17th, 2017.
BY SACHA CHUA
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 19, 2013
For the last few years Sacha Chua has been fascinated with jungles of information and how we hack our way through them.
In her presentation, Sacha shares with us how she has been able to open up, organize, and paddle down these streams of information to find the unknowns or "dragons" in each of them.
Hustle, Sex, $$$
BY ALEXANDRA FINE
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 19, 2015
Alexandra Fine is devoted to proving that sex can be equally as pleasurable for both men and women and aiding that assertion with creative, well-designed and flawlessly-executed sexual innovations. Eva, the first of these inventions, quickly became the #1 crowdfunded sex toy — catapulting Alex and her business partner, Janet, into the spotlight for their uniquely engineered couples’ vibrator aimed at closing the pleasure gap. She is also generally into fun and happiness.
BY SCOTT FULLER
@ VOL 25
ON AUG 09, 2015
Scott Fuller is a graphic designer & PKN ATL alum, back to give an inspirational update! Things are moving along for Scott and his update includes some much welcomed support for all folks out there making It happen, whatever the "It" is! Check out his 2nd presentation with us here in ATL and check out some of his great design work along the way!
Bringing a Big Boat Back to Life
BY LIZ MCENANEY
@ VOL 8
ON MAR 04, 2016
Liz McEnaney is an urban historian and preservatioist who has worked in exotic locales such as Maputo, New Delhi, and even New York City! She co-founded BldgBlok - an app that provides tourists with location-based historic content.
Liz's latest restoration project is a big one! The SS Columbia - America's oldest excursion steamship - is making its way back to the Hudson River - listen to her tale of bringing the ship back to life!
Learn more about the SS Columbia project here
BY KRIS MOREAU
@ VOL 16
ON SEP 01, 2016
Raft living on the Mississippi River today would make Mark Twain proud. Architectural designer and adventure cyclist Kris Moreau takes us on a 2,376 mile bike trip down the Big Muddy from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Giant lumberjacks, grain silo houses, and floating geodesic domes speckle the banks of North America's most legendary river-- a culture highway that deserves to be on the radar of architects and makers everywhere.
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The Secret Gardens of Williamsburg, Whale Hunting in Chukotka, and Marseille's 5th Anniversary
Presentations Williamsburg is known for its historic districts, and especially the popular Duke of Gloucester Street. In this presentation by PKN Williamsburg organizer Dale Weiss (from the city's Vol. 1), we are shown a whole other part of the city that is usually hidden behind gates. Maxim Zirin is a TV producer. Together with a reporter and a cameraman he went to Chukotka to shoot a piece about how local people hunt whales for a weekly programme on Russian's NTV. Chukotka is the northeastern extremity of Asia, in the northern part of the Russian Far East. Please note that some of the images included in the presentation (in Russian, from PKN Moscow Vol. 10) are graphic. Posters We have a few new posters on the Tumblr blog today, starting with the 7-11 inspired example that you see above, for tonight's PKN Nashville Vol. 7 -- held on 7/11, get it? Also up today are posters/flyers for PKN Kansas City Vol. 11, PKN Cape Town Vol. 17, PKN Warsaw Vol. 6, and PKN Banja Luka Vol. 1. Photos We have two photo galleries to share today, the first for this past Saturday's PKN Marseille-Provence Vol. 19, which also marked the series 5th anniversary -- which explains why the crowd is holding a celebratory candle in the photo above. We had a tiny peek at Mallorca's Vol. 1 last week, but today we have a more complete gallery to share. PKN Marseille-Provence Vol. 19 [Facebook]PKN Mallorca Vol. 1 [Facebook]Calendar As we mentioned earlier, PKN Nashville Vol. 7 is happening tonight, and then tomorrow you can look forward to a packed evening: PKN St. Louis Vol. 9, PKN Regensburg Vol. 9, PKN Blue Mountains Vol. 2, PKN Wakefield Vol. 6, PKN Galway Vol. 7, PKN Blue Hill Vol. 4, and PKN Kyiv Vol. 8.
Architecture students typically build models for their theses, Callum Dowie constructed a complete building. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PechaKucha Night Auckland Vol. 17) he speaks of the tramping huts found throughout New Zealand -- once used for overnight stays on hunting trips, now used for long-term hikes -- and how they were built of materials that needed to be carried. These huts inspired him to construct a foldable, easily assembled (by 4 people, in 2 hours) living space that could have valuable real-world application for those in areas post natural disaster.
Cool Hunting Interviews PK Founder Mark Dytham
As this title suggests, one-half of PechaKucha's founders (Mark Dytham) was interviewed on Cool Hunting after PKN Tokyo's Vol. 100 celebration went down. In the interview, we hear about Mark's Kit-Kat collection, Klein-Dytham Architecture, SuperDeluxe, and of course PechaKucha: So we thought, well, we'll do like a show-and-tell because digital photography had just started. We thought each month, get people to bring their digital photographs and we'll show them and have a chit chat, you know. And to stop architects like me from droning on, we put a form of 20 slides, 20 seconds and offered the whole thing to the wind. For the full interview, check out Cool Hunting's article.
The Importance of Huts
Huts are no longer nostalgic relics of the past. Unless we're talking about Jabba the Hut -- he died a long time ago. In today's Presentation of the Day, "The Importance of Huts" from PKN Dundee Vol. 2, Euan Gray shows us how huts are not only important as a shelter from the harshness of mother nature, but how they've become fully-functional modern miniature marvels of interior design and architecture.
Depicting the Circle Hunt
Artist Carrie Walker is inspired by historical "circle hunts" -- in which hunters would form a circle around a large portion of land and slowly close in, killing every animal they came across. Carrie found rich imagery in descriptions of these events, and had a desire to depict the now-forgotten animals. In "Depicting the Circle Hunt" from PKN Richmond, BC Vol. 3, we see how she embarked on a road trip to recreate scenes which she skillfully translated onto paper.
Everyday I'm Hustling
"If somebody asks you, just say yes -- figure out how to do it. Say yes, and do what it takes to make it happen." Scott Fuller discusses how he built his design shop Studio Temporary and how he has grown his business here in Atlanta by hustling everyday. In "Everyday I'm Hustling" from PKN Atlanta Vol. 22, his advice to the audience is to always ask, help your friends, never stop making, and finally: get out!
A HUGE MISTAKE - JOEL SPEASMAKER
Meet Joel Speasmaker. He will be speaking at A HUGE MISTAKE Joel Speasmaker is the proprietor of forest design, a Los Angles based Graphic Design Studio. Joel has served as the art director for Anthem magazine, comics editor for Swindle, co-creative director for Spacebomb Records and is currently the creative director of renowned Soccer magazine, Howler.
A HUGE MISTAKE - JACQUELINE SUSKIN
Jacqueline Suskin will be speaking at A HUGE MISTAKE Jacqueline is a writer, performance poet and artist based in Los Angeles. She is the author of two books, the latest entitled Go Ahead & Like It available April 28, 2015 from Ten Speed Press of Penguin Random House. Known for her ongoing work with a piece she calls "Poem Store," Suskin composes on-demand poetry for customers who choose both a topic and a price in exchange for a unique verse. Poem Store has been her main occupation since 2009 and has taken her around the country with her typewriter in tow. Suskin has been featured in New York Times, T Magazine, LA Times, Time Out LA, as well as other publications and has performed at events for various organizations including Art Basel, Los Angeles Contemporary, Art of Elysium and SF MOMA. Recently she collaborated with fashion brands Alice + Olivia and Nasty Gal, finding endless ways to bring poetry into the mainstream.
The Hunt for American Brilliant Cut Glass
"Upon seeing the green vase, I was speechless. It was wrapped in newspaper dated from 1970 and had been in the attic the entire time. It was a one of a kind piece, and no one knew it existed. After all the wasted trips and false alarms, here I was with one of the greatest discoveries of cut glass." Franz Hellwig is an avid collector of American Brilliant Cut Glass, an art form and product popular in the United States from 1876-1916. In The Hunt for American Brilliant Cut Glass from New Orleans Vol. 7, Franz shares with us a bit of the history and methods used by the American artisan to create these pieces of art. Today Franz is considered one of the foremost experts of American Brilliant Cut Glass and travels across the country in search for his next piece.
"It's somewhat unheard of at architecture school. Most people build models or make drawings...I built a complete building."In Tramping Huts at PechaKucha Night Auckland Vol. 17, Callum Dowie shares how he brought his own unique structures into fruition, shying away from the standard models used by ordinary architecture students.