In ‘Robots for public delight’, our hosts examine that Suez Crisis; the future of the 2021 Salone del Mobile; a name change at the Serpentine Galleries; the selection of Alan Turing to appear on the UK's £50 polymer banknote; the design legacy of Zeev Aram; MSCHF's satanic Nikes with Lil Nas X; a new robot from Boston Dynamics; Normann Copenhagen's work with recycled plastic; patio furniture from Moooi; a new lamp from Tala; and mimetic flooring from Tarkett.
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Show Notes: Ep.08 ‘Robots for public delight’
00:14 The Suez Canal
02:44 Salone del Mobile
06:31 Alan Turing £50 note
21:31 Zeev Aram
25:44 Boston Dynamics
32:50 Barani by Moooi
34:33 Reflection by Tala
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