Even if we don't realize it, art and architecture impact our lives every day.
Lorenza Baroncelli is an architect, curator, and the artistic director at renowned design and art museum Triennale Milano. She has worked as a researcher for some of the most famous exhibitions and galleries in the world, including the Serpentine Galleries in London and the Long Museum in Shanghai.
On this episode, Lorenza joins Niko Woischnik to explore the value of beauty in culture, the impact of NFTs in the art world, and the industry's welcoming attitude toward tech disruption. Then she details the rise and fall of the "archistar," and what it means for architecture around the world today.
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