A History of Architecture, the Fundamental Process Podcast

A History of Architecture, the Fundamental Process Podcast

Published by: David Getzin
83 Episodes | First Released: Jan 18 '15
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Barksdale123
Oct 8
Rating:   2
Disrespect and Cowardice

I normally don't write negative reviews of any kind but in this case I will. I host a YouTube channel that focuses on history called ''The Study of Antiquity and the Middle Ages,'' and my primary focus is Ancient and Medieval History. That being said I constantly work with some great and growing history podcasts providing visuals and etc, that really spice up their episodes. Recently I posted one and it deals with race, ethnicty, modern perceptions of race as a social consruct and how applying those views to the past can actually distort it. It was a very thought provoking episode in which the host of the podcast interviewed an academic on the subject to show what academia today thinks about this subject and all of its controversies. Apparently this podcast didn't enjoy it and so he took it upon himself to leave the podcast a bad review and would actually go further by sending the podcaster emails in which he disrepected him, insulted him and stated that he he didn't think that the man should be in the military due to his political and social stance because they didn't align ''perfectly'' with his own.In short he disrepected a verteran who is a highly educated and very polite man that I have had the privilege to meet and work with. This form of behavior disgusts me and honestly this weak excuse of an individual should be ashamed of his own idiocy.

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Zora623
Jul 6
Rating:   10
Architect’s mom

My son, an avid listener od LL and FP claims that somehow, each episode uniquely unfolds a ‘tone’ that transports the listener into the mind-environment od the artist/architect/protagonist of the episode. I’m not really sure what he means by that, but nonthless I found the episodes engaging and delightful. Feels like the authors invested decades of work to compile some of these!

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Ikefrom
Jun 21
Rating:   10
World Compass

Not a review, more of a comment...In our fast-moving world Architecture has seemingly become a corporate (and) lifestyle footnote. A PR optimization. The works of modernism masters Gropius, Behrens, Corbusier now seem just a halcyon, an anomaly, a blip. No. Those were hard won, with feverish struggle. There are invaluable lessons there, on passion in craft and how it’s refractions had forever changed how we look at the World.These audio essays from Lapsus Lima (Getzin, Belevan), such great storytelling, have me on the edge of my seat each episode!

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Dreamer 503
Aug 29 '17
Rating:   10
Insightful!

Really enjoying this podcast. These in depth historic conversations really help linking my understanding of architecture history as I prepare for the ARE licensing exams.

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K. Glen
Apr 19 '17
Rating:   10
Change the way you Read and See

These are some of the best insights from the history of architecture and design, situated in historical development and explained conceptually with great anecdotes and examples. Listen and enjoy the way in enhances your perception of literature and the designs in the world around you. Feedback: I do not enjoy when primary texts switch from both sides of the headphones to just the right side. Often I listen to podcasts with just one earbud in, and it's a gamble whether I will miss these segments entirely. My advice would be to either start introducing excerpts of primary texts with the standard "quote,..." or research how other podcasts do this. You may be able to change the "levels" on the audio that is excerpts from texts so that it sounds differentiated, as I'm sure was the original intent. But please make the whole program play in both L and R figurations :)

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RioDelta
Sep 14 '15
Rating:   10
Best on The Web

Stumbled across Lapsus Lima and POW. It's is the best, maybe only, architectural theory podcast on the web. If there is another anywhere close to it please tell me.From what I can tell so far every episode is way above “satisfactory.” There is original and grounded insight here that advanced and expanded the limit’s of my language. Very difficult to say anything more complimentary than that.

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adsfvv
Jun 12 '15
Rating:   10
Critical, Engaging, Thorough

This podcast provides hefty portions of in-depth and well-structured analyses from which everyone can benefit.

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Mz. Terious
Feb 5 '15
Rating:   10
Thoughtful Insight into Sullivan's Work

I was looking forward to listening to this podcast, and I was not disappointed. As an architectural docent, I have developed a substantial appreication for Sullivan's work. Not only was he an innovator in his day, but he still influences architecture almost 100 years after his death. David's presentation was thoughtful and thought provoking. I am very much looking forward to hearing part two!

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Connor Provine
Jan 22 '15
Rating:   10
Insightful, immaculately delivered, and invigorating.

An excellent groundwork for a discusison of Louis Sullivan's work and ideas. This episode was intelligent, engaging, and enviably well produced and presented. I'm very much looking forward to Episode 2. An auspicious beginning.

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