Architect Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter speaks with Justin Boone about how architecture has the power to create a greater sense of community and belonging.
In this episode of Living Untitled, architect Ingalill Walhroos-Ritter talks about the responsibility of architects to address the wicked problems facing our communities: inequality, homelessness, climate change and housing insecurity, and about knowing what ‘having enough’ means. What happens when architects approach each project from the perspective of what a community needs, what will foster belonging and bring people closer together, rather than what creates more division?
"Living Untitled" is a podcast that spotlights extraordinary individuals actively tackling pressing global issues for the betterment of humanity. Host Justin Boone delves deep into the inspiring journey of visionary problem solvers, featuring experts from the fields of humanities, technology, and social sciences. Their innovative approaches shine a light on the unwavering hope and determination required to navigate a world marked by uncertainty-an untitled world.
Yet, "Living Untitled" goes beyond a podcast; it extends an invitation to contemplate the concept of living an untitled life. This invitation encourages us to recognize that questions lead to more questions and that the seemingly inevitable can still be open to reimagining. Justin’s conversations delve into the heart of problem-solving, offering profound insights into the personal experiences and unique perspectives of our guests.
Alongside Justin and the guests, we set off to explore the untitled life, one question at a time.