Moshe Safdie joined The Grand Tourist hosted by Dan Rubinstein to discuss his architectural career. From lessons learned from practicing under architecture giant Louis Kahn, to the evolution of Safdie Architects' works, and to the ups and downs of an architectural career from his point of view. In addition, Safdie talks about his thoughts on how his profession can meet the challenges of the 21st century. Tune in to listen to the more stories of Safdie’s professional life.
"A building you put into a city is an intervention of the setting that’s there - unless you consider [the building] a part of the assemblage. When you design a large building or a campus, the kind of disciplines that come into play are quite different than when you design a house. There’s often the case that there are very successful architects who do very well with small scales but fail when the scale blows up."
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