Head of the OBEL AWARD jury, Martha Schwartz, talks to DesignIntelligence about the award and the need in the world for drastic change.
“Our focus is to find projects that are not necessarily beautiful, but they’re performative. It’s really important that they’re doing something on behalf of humanity,” says Martha Schwartz, head of the OBEL AWARD jury, about the criteria for the OBEL AWARD winners.
Martha Schwartz was invited to do a podcast interview for DesignIntelligence – an independent and unbiased source of knowledge and insight for leaders in the built environment industry. She talks about the need for new ideas and for architects and other professionsals to work together to address climate change issues.
“We need change – drastic change,” she says.
Listen to the podcast episode Bold Ideas on thisisdesignintelligence.com