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Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients - design, food, travel, gardens, fashion - for a good life.

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Blueprint for Living is a weekly rummage through the essential cultural ingredients - design, food, travel, gardens, fashion - for a good life.
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-06-15 00:46
last episode published
2019-06-15 09:05
publication frequency
6.91 days
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Number of Episodes
232
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
15.06.2019

Feeding hungry cities, dinner party conversation, Anita Heiss on Wiradjuri Country and Earth

Hungry Cities. The art of dinner party conversation. A garden in Ávila, Spain. Sense of Place: Anita Heiss, Wiradjuri Country, NSW. Iconic Designs: Teabag. Lost and Found — Earth.
ABC Radio National author
8.06.2019

The secret life of clothes, thirsty cities and the problem with minimalism

Water for thirsty cities. Dressed: The Secret Life of Clothes. Kitchen Rudimental: Braise. Sense of Place: Marco Pierre White, Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Icon of Modernism: Louis Sullivan. Lost and Found — Decorative.
ABC Radio National author
1.06.2019

Reporting from Everest, Palestinian stonemasons and agriculture and climate change

Everest: the view from the summit. Agriculture and environmental stewardship. Stone Men. The birthplace of the majestic macadamia. Iconic Designs: The Rex Vegetable Peeler. Lost and Found — Birds.
ABC Radio National author
25.05.2019

A mind journey to Chicago and the future of our cities

Future cities. Kitchen Rudimental: Stock. The dark side of voluntourism. Bushfire risk and urban planning. Lost and Found — Chicago.
ABC Radio National author
18.05.2019

The politics of public toilets, Bill Henson on Rembrandt and Glen Waverley, native Australian ingredients, Paul Bangay's small gardens, I.M. Pei and democracy

No place to go: The politics of public toilets. Sense of Place: Bill Henson, Glen Waverley, Melbourne. Appreciating native Australian ingredients. Designing a small garden. Iconic Buildings: Suzhou Museum. Lost and Found — Democracy.
ABC Radio National author
11.05.2019

Enrico Taglietti and the planned city, Creme Patissiere, designing for life on Mars, Satu Vanska on King Island and clutter

A tribute to a great modernist architect and a once planned city. Kitchen Rudimental: crème pâtisisère. Sense of Place: Satu Vänskä, King Island, Australia. Dreaming of a settlement on Mars. Lost and Found — Clutter.
ABC Radio National author
4.05.2019

Landscape architecture in Athens, Paul Holdengraber on Naples, vinegar, ancient Ginko tree in China, a history of the T-shirt and sin

Learning from the Greeks. Sense of Place: Paul Holdengräber, Naples, Italy. For the love of vinegar. Ginko in China. Iconic designs: the T-shirt. Lost and Found — Sin.
ABC Radio National author
27.04.2019

Notre Dame restoration, Fatima Bhutto on Pakistan, creme anglaise, Marion Boyce the dressmaker, Venice

Notre Dame: architectural restoration. Sense of Place: Fatima Bhutto, Larkana, Pakistan. Kitchen Rudimental: creme anglaise. Marion Boyce: the dressmaker herself. Lost and Found — Venice.
ABC Radio National author
20.04.2019

Forensic architecture, pasta taxonomy, architecture and neuroscience, Shane Delia on Lebanon, Kikkoman soy sauce, ritual

Forensic Architecture. Penne for your thoughts about Italian pasta. Welcome to your world. Sense of Place: Shane Delia, Lebanon. Design Icons: Kikkoman soy sauce. Lost and Found — Ritual.
ABC Radio National author
13.04.2019

Gary Shteyngart on food, Japanese fashion, David O'Doherty on Dublin, corrugated iron, eating happy, ruin

Gary Shteyngart's epicurean journey. Japanese Fashion: Past, Present and Future. Sense of Place: David O'Doherty, Raglan Road, Dublin. Eat yourself happier. Icon of a Nation: Corrugated iron. Lost and Found — Ruin.
ABC Radio National author
6.04.2019

Future cities, fashion in China, the theory of custard, tree music, open plan living and active

Future Cities: Architecture and the Imagination. China, The 21st-Century Producer & Consumer. Kitchen Rudimental. Tree music. Aspects of Home: Open Plan. Lost and Found — Active.
ABC Radio National author
30.03.2019

Flower show, Peter Meehan, gender neutral fashion, Bauhaus and the Nazis, Bedford Park, Canberra

Flower and Garden spectacular. Talking food with Los Angeles Times food editor, Peter Meehan. Fashion and gender, beyond the pink and blue. The Bauhaus and the Nazis. Richard Norman Shaw's Bedford Park: Icon of urban design. Lost and Found — Ancient Pl...
ABC Radio National author
23.03.2019

Towards a concrete utopia, a very French tart, Dieter Rams' iconic designs, weed dating, Poul Henningsen lamps and trees

Towards a Concrete Utopia. Kitchen Rudimental: a very French tart. Dieter Rams and his iconic designs. Love amongst the weeds. Poul Henningsen: Icon of Lighting. Lost and Found — Trees.
ABC Radio National author
16.03.2019

Toxic cities, fear of flying, heritage restoration, in defence of native grasses, the singer sewing machine and brutality

Fear of Flying. Toxic City. Architectural restoration. Native grasses create urban oases. Icon of domestic shenanigans: The Singer sewing machine. Lost and Found — Brutality.
ABC Radio National author
9.03.2019

Form follows finance, pastry masterclass, Mark Humphries in Bordeaux, the magic of mushrooms, Chichu Art Museum, autumn

Form Follows Finance. Kitchen Rudimental: A pastry masterclass. Sense of Place: Mark Humphries, Bordeaux. The magic of mushrooms. Icons of Architecture: Chichu Art Museum. Lost and Found — Autumn.
ABC Radio National author
2.03.2019

Bad buildings, sustainable diets, haute couture, changing seasons and Bauhaus

Bad buildings. Helping the world through a sustainable diet. Art and fashion: haute couture on display. Preparing for the changing seasons. Lost and Found — Bauhaus.
ABC Radio National author
23.02.2019

Air-conditioned urban future, pesticides and agriculture, the theory of pastry, a beer in the Loire, Clifton Suspension bridge and seafood

Isolated, lazy and AC dependent: our future summers. Pesticides and the future of food. Kitchen Rudimental. A Beer in the Loire. Icon of Engineering: Clifton Suspension Bridge. Lost and Found — Sea Foods.
ABC Radio National author
16.02.2019

Branded cities, motels, pasta taxonomy, Melissa Lucashenko, the Hindustan Ambassador and smart

Branded cities. Sense of Place: Melissa Lucashenko, Brisbane. Tim Ross - MOTEL. Penne for your thoughts about Italian pasta. Icons of heritage: Hindustan Ambassador. Lost and Found — Smart.
ABC Radio National author
9.02.2019

Architecture and democracy, the rise of luxury water, how to chop an onion and Helsinki

Is Parliament House bad for democracy? Kitchen Rudimental. The rise of luxury water. Lost and Found — Helsinki.
ABC Radio National author
2.02.2019

Yotam Ottolenghi, football crests, garlic, harem pants, the office

Ottolenghi: The Thinking chef. For the love of football crests. Let's judge garlic. Icon of Fashion: The Harem Pant. Lost and Found: The Office.
ABC Radio National author
26.01.2019

Loud restaurants, Michael Mohammed on Western Sydney, plant extinctions, kitchen rudimental, Champagne and dreams

How restaurants became so loud. Sense of Place: Michael Mohammed Ahmad, Western Sydney. Kitchen Rudimental. The march toward extinction. Icons of Celebration: Champagne. Lost and Found: Dreams.
ABC Radio National author
19.01.2019

Austerity nostalgia, ethical meat, the history of Velcro, in defence of fashion, the spaceship and ancient Melbourne

Austerity nostalgia. Is ethical meat possible? The history of Velcro. In defence of fashion. Icons of speed: spaceship. Last Half Hour: Ancient Places, Melbourne.
ABC Radio National author
12.01.2019

The death of New York, Sense of Place - the Shard, the life of trees, heirloom beans, the bullet train and scent

The death of New York City. Around the world in 80 trees. Sense of Place - Roma Agrawal, The Shard, London. For the love of beans. Icons of speed: bullet train. Last Half Hour: Scent.
ABC Radio National author
5.01.2019

Saskia Sassen on cities, Adam Liaw's last meal, history of the Chinese typewriter, Micropia, the chandelier and impermanence

Saskia Sassen on living cities. Last Meal: Adam Liaw. Where empires met: the story of the Chinese typewriter. Micropia. Icons of grandeur: the chandelier. Last Half Hour: Impermanence.
ABC Radio National author
29.12.2018

Architecture in North Korea, Claudia Roden, the Therme Vals, John Wolseley on art and beetles, grids

Architecture in North Korea. Claudia Roden on 50 years of food writing. Icons of Health: The Therme Vals. John Wolseley on art and beetles. Last Half Hour: Grids.
ABC Radio National author
22.12.2018

Samin Nosrat on good cooking, frock consciousness, ringtone design, in the garden with Janet Lawrence, the trampoline and fat

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking. Frock consciousness. Designing a ringtone. In the garden with artist Janet Laurence. Icons of Health: Trampoline. Last Half Hour: Fat.
ABC Radio National author
15.12.2018

Restaurant menus, ideal home, places we swim, slow food and Christmas

Restaurant Menus and the Art of Persuasion. A history of Australia’s ‘Ideal Home’. The Places we Swim. Slow food in Italy. Last Half Hour: Christmas.
ABC Radio National author
8.12.2018

A history of walls, listening to plants, Fiona Wright on Cronulla, a new kind of food guide, the town of Celebration and weather

The world of walls. Sense of Place: Fiona Wright, Cronulla. Listening to plants. Truth, love and clean cutlery. Icons of Celebration: Celebration, Florida. Last Half Hour: Weather.
ABC Radio National author
8.12.2018

A history of walls, listening to plants, Fiona Wright on Cronulla, a new kind of food guide, the town of Celebration and weather

The world of walls. Sense of Place: Fiona Wright, Cronulla. Listening to plants. Truth, love and clean cutlery. Icons of Celebration: Celebration, Florida. Last Half Hour: Weather.
ABC Radio National author
1.12.2018

Urban jungle, preserving everyday architecture, expiration dates, Poke and shave ice in Hawaii, Majorelle garden and Tokyo

Evolution in the city. A people's history of architecture. Get your head around expiration dates. A culinary tour of Hawaii, from Poke to Shave Ice. Icons of colour: Majorelle Garden. Last Half Hour: Tokyo.
ABC Radio National author
23.11.2018

Urban renewal and gentrification, travels with Freud, Jock Serong on Flinders Island, Hunter wine, urban sanctuary and comfort

There goes our neighbourhood. Travels with Freud. Sense of Place: Jock Serong, Flinders Island. Exploring the history and wine of the Hunter Valley. Finding calm in an urban sanctuary. Last Half Hour: Comfort.
ABC Radio National author
16.11.2018

Material intelligence, Anne Summers' last meal, food politics, solo cooking, Sonia Delaunay and Pellegrini's

Fewer, Better Things. Last Meal: Anne Summers. Unsettling food politics. The creativity of cooking for one. Icons of colour: Sonia Delaunay. Last Half Hour: Pellegrini's.
ABC Radio National author
9.11.2018

Sinking cities, getting lost, garlic, Cassis, tartan and blades

Sinking cities. En Route. The getting of garlic. Reinventing Burgundy’s 177-year-old crème de cassis. Icons of colour: tartan. Last Half Hour: Blades.
ABC Radio National author
2.11.2018

Lateral cooking, mid-century modernism in Canberra, hiking hidden tracks, plant your tomatoes, moka espresso pot and fame

Riffing in the kitchen: cooking the lateral way. Canberra: design mecca? Finding wanderlust on the world’s hidden tracks. For the love of tomatoes. Iconic designs: Moka espresso maker. Last Half Hour: Fame.
ABC Radio National author
26.10.2018

Palaces for the people, the dark origins of the Aperol Spritz, Robyn Williams' last meal, Argentinian asado and veins

Palaces for the People. The Dark Origins of the Aperol Spritz. Last Meal: Robyn Williams. Burning Love. Last Half Hour: Veins.
ABC Radio National author
19.10.2018

The Sydney Opera House, Attica's Ben Shewry on New Zealand, fish wars, Kaidan Tansu, Naples

The House. Sense of Place: Ben Shewry, New Zealand. The fish wars are coming. Icons of Duality: Kaidan Tansu. Last Half Hour: Naples.
ABC Radio National author
12.10.2018

Cycling cities, ghosts and monuments, vegan cooking, Gordon Ford and river red gum

Can the Dutch model of a cycling city be exported? Ghosts and monuments. Cooking the vegan way. Atlas of Memory: Gordon Ford. Last Half Hour: The river red gum.
ABC Radio National author
5.10.2018

Culinary time, Carme Pinos' MPavilion, Fire Gardens, the Diggers Club, texture

The Missing Ingredient: the role of time in food and flavour. Carme Pinos: the architect behind 2018 MPavilion. 40 Years of the Diggers. Fire Gardens. Icons of Duality: The Amphicar. Last Half Hour: Texture.
ABC Radio National author
28.09.2018

Gender and taste, what is architecture, designing for captivity, Gabrielle Chan, Ponte Vecchio, football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars

Do women and men experience taste differently? What is architecture? Designing for Captive Living: The Tiger Trek. Last Meal: Gabrielle Chan. Icons of Duality: Ponte Vecchio. Last Half Hour: Football, meat pies, kangaroos and Holden cars.
ABC Radio National author
21.09.2018

Why architects matter, imposter products, permaculture, Paris, the spork and fat

Why architects matter. When imposters take over. Milkwood: living your best permaculture life. Sense of Place: Josh Cake, Paris. Icons of Duality: The Spork. Last Half Hour: Fat.
ABC Radio National author
14.09.2018

50 degree city, Shane Delia on Lebanon, eating insects, Wardian cases, the crown, impermanence

Coping with the 50 degree city. Sense of Place: Shane Delia, Lebanon. Step up to the bug buffet. The Wardian case’s impact on Australia’s plant trade. Icons of the Spectacular: The Crown. Last Half Hour: Impermanence.
ABC Radio National author
7.09.2018

Trans-Europe Express, Shakespearian botany, heirloom beans, interior design, fireworks and take away

Trans-Europe Express: Tours of a Lost Continent. For the love of beans. The Alchemy of Things. Mr Guilfoyle's Shakespearian Botany. Icons of the Spectacular: Fireworks. Last Half Hour: Take Away.
ABC Radio National author
31.08.2018

The ethics of meat, the life of trees, designing for disability, Ballet Russes and China

Schvitzy the stuffed cow hanging above diners in an Adelaide Pizzeria. Is ethical meat possible? Around the world in 80 trees. Designing for disability. Icons of the Spectacular: Ballets Russes. Last Half Hour: China.
ABC Radio National author
31.08.2018

The ethics of meat, the life of trees, designing for disability, Ballet Russes and China

Schvitzy the stuffed cow hanging above diners in an Adelaide Pizzeria. Is ethical meat possible? Around the world in 80 trees. Designing for disability. Icons of the Spectacular: Ballets Russes. Last Half Hour: China.
ABC Radio National author
24.08.2018

The death of New York, Adam Liaw's last meal, bridge design, whiskey trail, parkitecture and ice

The death of New York City. Last Meal: Adam Liaw. Whiskey Trail. Designing bridges: where safety and beauty intersect. Icons of the spectacular: American National Parks and the rise of parkitecture. Last Half Hour: Ice.
ABC Radio National author
17.08.2018

Yasmin Khan on the Palestinian kitchen, urban planning for growing cities, bicycle culture, insects and sharing

Zaitoun: Recipes and stories from the Palestinian Kitchen. Urban affairs: the 21st century’s gaping public policy void. Insects run our cities. Vélo: bicycle culture and city life. Last Half Hour: Sharing.
ABC Radio National author
10.08.2018

Architecture in North Korea, Jeff Kennett on the vanilla slice, fashion and film, saving bees with sugar, the Therme Vals and pockets

Architecture in North Korea. The Great Vanilla Slice Triumph. Fashion x Film at the Melbourne International Film Festival. Keeping Australia's bees safe from the varroa mite . Icons of Health: The Therme Vals. Last Half Hour: Pockets.
ABC Radio National author
3.08.2018

Richard Florida on the urban crisis, frock consciousness, wine and tech, the electric juicer and salt

Frock consciousness. The new urban crisis. Technology's impact on wine production. Sense of Place: Stephen Gale, barrel rolling in the sky. Icons of health: the electric juicer. Last Half Hour: Salt.
ABC Radio National author
27.07.2018

Saskia Sassen on global cities, remembering Jonathan Gold, the capsule, Lavender trail and scent

Saskia Sassen on living cities. The generous, curious legacy of Jonathan Gold. Sense of Place - Roma Agrawal, The Shard, London. Lavender Trail. Icons of Health: The Capsule. Last Half Hour: Scent.
ABC Radio National author
20.07.2018

Indigenous design, Tokyo Romance, Canberra truffle festival, picky eaters and apples

Blak Design Matters. That’s yucky – when did children become such picky eaters. Tokyo Romance. In search of black gold. Last Half Hour: Apples.
ABC Radio National author