The Language of Architecture: Looking at Ivanka’s new book with Esther Sperber

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Growing up at some point I thought I wanted to become an architect. I loved the idea of building structures and creating a sense of place through concrete, wood and divets. And although I’ve exchanged my weapon of choice for a pen rather than a hammer, I still find the language of architecture endlessly romantic. Scaffolding, home dwelling. I’m not alone in thinking that way – and joining me to talk about the architecture of life vis a vis Ivanka Trump – yes, you heard that right – was Esther Sperber. She wrote a piece about Ivanka Trumps’ new book, Women Who Work and is joining me from NYC to talk about it. Hope you will take a listen HERE!