Aug 8, 2017
David Wagner is an architect and artist. His buildings tell stories that invite listening and conversation. His projects range from retail and office complexes, restaurants and corporate headquarters, urban parks and public spaces, commercial buildings and streetscapes, markets and multimodal stations, and centers of art, galleries and museums. He has designed the interiors of several stadiums for the National Football League, including Raymond James Stadium, Bank of America Stadium, Lucas Oil Stadium and Heinz Field. From large mixed-use planning to designing for chairs and bar stools and dinnerware, David Wagner makes spaces and places memorable. He is a painter, a sculptor, a gardener, an inventor and a prolific writer. Over a 40 year career, his voice has led discourse about cities and the urban realm.
This episode is perfect for anyone interested in what makes for great architecture and the ideas and influences that inform a purposeful and memorable life.
IN THIS EPISODE
After the conversation, host Mark Peres adds a personal word that begins this way, "When I hear David talk about cities and memory and song, I'm reminded of the poem Chicago by Carl Sandburg..."
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