Marc Kushner: How Do Buildings Make Us Feel? Architect Marc Kushner explains why architecture tends to swing drastically between traditional and experimental styles — and why the future of building design is going to be different.
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How Do Buildings Make Us Feel?

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How Do Buildings Make Us Feel?

How Do Buildings Make Us Feel?

How Do Buildings Make Us Feel?

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Part 2 of the TED Radio Hour episode The Power Of Design

About Marc Kushner's TED Talk

Architect Marc Kushner explains why architecture tends to swing drastically between traditional and experimental styles — and why the future of building design is going to be different.

About Marc Kushner

Marc Kushner is an architect who splits his time between designing buildings at HWKN, the architecture firm he co-founded, and running the website Architizer. He is author of the TED Book The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings.