RM-3 Episode Two: Logs
"When does an architect become an architect?" asks our host Dan Maginn. For many, the fascination with structures and materials started with toy building kits—like Lincoln Logs, created by John Lloyd Wright, son of Frank Lloyd Wright, around 1916.
The three architects in this episode still work with logs, though in three distinct, vastly creative ways that allow their buildings to harmonize with the landscape, resist weathering—and even capture the feeling of movement and the history of a place.
Tune in to the full episode and see the projects discussed below.
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Paul Masi, Bates Masi Architects
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RM-3 is produced by Jonna McKone and Jenny Xie, edited by Jonna McKone, and hosted by Dan Maginn. Special thanks to our guests Jennifer Yoos, Paul Masi, Maziar Behrooz, and Sarah Leavitt. Our theme music is by Slag Ralden, with additional scoring from The Lord of the Flies (1963), The United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, Prince's Orchestra, and Sound of Picture.