Geoff Manaugh, author of A Burglar’s Guide to the City, will explore how criminal vulnerabilities can be inadvertently designed into the built environment—from the Los Angeles stormwater network being repurposed as an illicit method of entry in a 1986 bank heist, to a cat burglar who used Toronto’s fire code as an apartment-targeting mechanism, to a man who robbed dozens of chain restaurants based on their identical floor plans and predictable employee routines. This hour-long conversation, moderated by Venkatesh Rao, will also look at the idea of “Nakatomi space,” or the possibility that all architecture includes within it potential methods of misuse.