In this conversation Zyscovich explains the design rationale for his “Plan Z” bike path, a mission to reclaim & transform now moribund space along the Rickenbacker Causeway to Key Biscayne, into a transformational vision to deliver Miami’s largest waterfront park; all while enhancing safety for cyclists, drivers & residents. They also dig into how Zyscovich’s background in psychology & political activism grounded his design practice.
Category Archives: Interviews
The Built World Podcast with Tigre Wenrich-CEO, Venture Labs
Today, we are joined by Tigre Wenrich, CEO of Lab Ventures. Lab Ventures is a Miami-based venture capital firm which invests in early stage PropTech companies. In this episode we talk about what is “PropTech”, angel investing, deal flow, building pipeline, real estate CRMs (Customer Relationship Management) and incubating new companies at Lab Venture’s studio…. Read more…
The Built World podcast with Meg Daly – Founder, The Underline
As Meg Daly confronted two broken arms challenging her mobility, she found herself riding the Metrorail and reflecting on Miami’s lack of pedestrian infrastructure and park space. Turning to her father and partner, Parker Thomson, they formed a coalition and executed on a plan to fund a $140 million linear park that will span 10… Read more…
The Built World podcast with Eulois Cleckley – Director, Miami Dade County Transportation & Public Works
In this episode Eulois joins us at Büro Midtown as we sip tequila and talk about the current supply chain issues, his vintage 1985 chrome Mongoose road bicycle, transportation and zoning in Miami, protected bicycle lanes, BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) and roadie MAMILs (Middle-Aged Men In Lycra).
The Built World podcast with Jacqueline Touzet, principal at Touzet Studio
In this episode Jackie joins us at Büro South Miami as we sip mojitos with Jackie and learn about her approach to designing resilient, high performance buildings that are future ready for climate change. We talk about everything from microgrids, adaptive reuse, to the end of disposable architecture.