Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham explain what PechaKucha is, how it got started, the kinds of places where the events are held, and how popular it has become. Then they talk about their company, Klein Dytham Architecture, and the kinds of feats it has accomplished. Finally they discuss a collaborative work that Klein Dytham architecture has done with Artek to celebrate Artek's Stool 60's 80th anniversary.
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