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Hearing Architecture
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Hearing Architecture

The Australian Institute of Architects

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Hearing Architecture is a podcast featuring professionals from within the built environment, sharing what they do, and why it's important. In this podcast, we'll be interviewing architects, builders, and designers from around Australia who will tell us about the work they are doing to improve our cities and neighbourhoods.
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Now celebrating its fourth year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals. Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in th ...
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Architecture Off-Centre highlights unconventional design practices and research projects, which reflect various emerging discourses within the design discipline and beyond. Hosted by architect Vaissnavi Shukl, the podcast features engaging conversations with exceptionally creative individuals, who, in their practice, have extrapolated the traditional fields of architecture, planning, landscape and urban design to unexplored frontiers.
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A podcast about architecture, buildings, urban culture and space with Ambrose Gillick, discussing ideas, artefacts and people with scholars, designers, artists, teachers and architects. Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts/ iTunes, Google Podcasts and Amazon Music. w. aisforarchitecture.org i. @ais4architecture t. @AisArchitecture f. @aisforarchitecture Transcripts available via Medium here: https://medium.com/@AisforArchitecture
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A podcast dedicated to introducing concepts, detailing out designs, and tackling the architecture you might not realize the meaning behind. This podcast is focused on reaching out to explore projects, conduct interviews, and hold conversations about architecture, landscape, and design. So I ask you to brew your coffee, grab your sketch book and pen, and let's begin. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/architecturecoffeeandink/support
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Welcome to A/E Business Strategies — a podcast hosted by Monograph about architecture and engineering leaders who run great firms. Monograph is a project management software built exclusively for A/E. Over 1,000 firms use Monograph to get clarity into their budgets, projects, time, and clients so their entire team can make smarter decisions. Get started today at Monograph.com
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Cockroach Lab’s Big Ideas in App Architecture is a podcast for architects and engineers building modern data-intensive applications and systems. In every weekly episode, an innovator joins the show to share useful insights from their experiences building reliable, scalable, maintainable systems. Welcome to Big Ideas in App Architecture!
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Failed Architecture is a podcast on architecture and the real world. By opening up new perspectives on the built environment, we seek to explore the meaning of architecture in contemporary society. FA challenges dominant spatial fashions and explores alternative realities, reaching far beyond the architectural community. We combine personal stories with research and reflection, always remaining committed to the idea that architecture is about social justice and climate justice, pop culture a ...
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We’ve been doing Software Development and Architecture work for a while at Snowpal, and currently have several B2B and B2C products in production. In this podcast, we’ll share our experiences on a regular basis to help you & your teams build great software. The topics covered in this podcast will include Product Management, Project Management, Architecture, Development, Deployment, Security, Release Management, Sales, Marketing, Advertising, and just about everything else an ambitious, fast ...
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Join Mr. Modernism George Smart and crew as they talk and laugh with people who enjoy, own, create, dream about, preserve, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most exciting and controversial buildings in the world. USModernist Radio is backed by the nonprofit educational archive USModernist, the largest open digital archive for Modernist residential architecture in America. www.usmodernist.org
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In this podcast series, Andy chats to Tim Scrace about how we shape buildings and our environment. Revealing ideas about how art and architecture work together, their conversations will help you to see space differently. Architecture Made Simple offers you a quick and easy guide to design and architectural practice. Working collaboratively across disciplines Scrace Architects is a practice with artistic and architectural ambition. The emphasis of the studio is on creative exploration and craft.
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We interview national leaders in the architecture, engineering, construction, and development industry, in an effort to educate, innovate and inspire industry professionals to disrupt the status quo, improve their project teams and steward public & private investments more effectively.
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Let's Talk Architecture
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Let's Talk Architecture

Danish Architecture Center – DAC

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Join the Danish Architecture Center as we chat with some of the world’s leading architects, designers, planners, and engineers about their work and ideas. Let’s Talk Architecture introduces you to the creative and innovative minds behind the future of our buildings and cities. Let’s Talk Architecture introduces you to the creative and innovative minds behind the future of our buildings and cities. Get to know the creative and innovative minds that shapes Danish architecture. Author and journ ...
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Architecture Business Club is the weekly podcast to help solo and small firm architecture business owners build a profitable, future-proof architecture practice that both you and your clients love! It’s an inclusive place (for ALL architecture business owners). So whether you’re an Architect, Architectural Technologist, or Architectural Designer…If you sell architectural services and want to improve the way you do things…This is THE podcast for you. I’m Jon Clayton, your show host, and a Cha ...
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The evolution of architectural practice has been relatively slow towards change, yet modern shifts in business and design management have prompted today’s leading architects to rethink how they work. On Practice Disrupted, Evelyn Lee, an architect, design strategist, and Senior Experience Designer at Slack, and architecture business strategy consultant, Je’Nen Chastain, set out to illuminate the future of the profession to help architects remain relevant and valuable in a changing world. The ...
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Welcome to Tangents by Out of Architecture, hosted by Silvia Lee. We’re highlighting some of our favorite stories from the amazing people we’ve met along our journey. We will hear how they created a unique career path for themselves from the variety of skills and talents they developed in and out of architecture. Out of Architecture is a career consulting firm started by two Harvard-educated professionals interested in exploring the value of their skills both in and out of the architectural ...
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These short and to-the-point podcasts hope to improve the interplay between the fields of the built environment and education as we share knowledge between the practitioner, the creative, and the primary school teacher. Exploring how to prepare children and young people for economic, environmental, and societal challenges, and for their professional lives according to today’s needs and those of a sustainable future.
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Business Architecture is a podcast that focuses on building businesses by creating, implementing, formalising and scaling key business assets. These assets include things such as: Philosophy, Positioning, Product, Sales and Fulfilment. Without these key pieces of the puzzle in place, business owners typically experience being frantic & time poor, cashflow poor and anxious.. installing these assets provides a pathway forward so that ultimately, the business can unleash excellence and perform ...
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This show is about Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management, and how you can set up your practice to get the most out of it. It is for newbies who just get started with these topics, organizations who want to improve their EA/BPM groups (and the value that they get from it), as well as practitioners who want to get a different perspective and care about the discipline. Learn more about the show and read articles about EA and BPM on www.whatsyourbaseline.com. Support this podca ...
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Office Talk Australia is a fortnightly podcast hosted by Dave Sharp, and a great excuse for him to have conversations with leading Australian architects about their businesses, work and lives. Since its inception, the Office Talk podcast has played host to a wide range of guests from across the country. Every chat has been a pleasure.
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The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, the show covers a wide array of subjects with humor and honesty and features a variety of creative professionals in unscripted and more personal conversations.
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Join us as we embark on a captivating journey through the ever-evolving intersection of AI, data, and architecture. In this podcast, we dive deep into the vast potential of AI for architecture and design, examining the remarkable possibilities it offers, while also acknowledging the challenges it presents. Our mission is to expand the conversation, engaging with leaders, thinkers, and doers in the ecosystem. We invite them to share their profound insights, groundbreaking ideas, and innovativ ...
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每個城市當中都有一些奇特的建築,很多人可能都是匆匆一瞥,沒有留下任何印象。本節目主要是請專業建築師帶領大家欣賞國內外特色建築,藉由受訪建築師的聲音引導,讓一般民眾也都能了解這些特色建築的建築語彙,設計風格以及建築師之設計理念,使過去對於這些都會中的特色建築都是看熱鬧的人,也能成為一個懂得看門道的行家
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Meet Garrison Architects — a Brooklyn-based architecture firm that specializes in sustainable, modular building design through highly refined modernist aesthetics across private residential and large scale public projects. In 2023, the firm left ArchiOffice for Monograph to streamline and improve project tracking, staffing, and billing, while reduc…
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Episode 142: Digital Transformation in Practice How can we change the way we use data and digital tools to help improve our clients' business, internal collaboration, and design development? In this episode of Practice Disrupted, I sit down with Tim Defoe, Founder and Chief Revenue Officer of ConcertVDC, and Stefnee Trzpuc, the Director of Operatio…
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This is part 2 of the series of podcasts where we discuss Enterprise Architecture and Agile and how Agile iterations and other tenets can be used to do Enterprise Architecture ------------------------------------------------------------- YouTube: https://YouTube.com/@EnterpriseArchitectureRadio LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nilotpaldas/ Twi…
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In this episode, Jon shares 10 key lessons from his decade-long experience as a sole practitioner in architecture. He talks about the importance of learning from mistakes, understanding your financial state even if you're not motivated by money, delegating tasks, and building an emergency fund in your business. He also emphasises the need to make p…
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Series 3, Episode 25 of A is for Architecture’s is a conversation with social and architectural historian, Ken Worpole, discussing his life and work, and focusing on the new edition of his book Modern Hospice Design: The Architecture of Palliative and Social Care, published by Routledge this year. As the gloss puts it, ‘At its core [the book is] a …
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One of MCFA’s brand promises to our employees is a fulfilling career. While the responsibility for ultimately finding fulfillment is individual, today, you’ll find out how MCFA has built an environment and a culture that facilitates this brand promise and enables someone to navigate a rewarding career. To learn what fulfillment is, why it matters, …
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In this episode, Sally Hsu is speaking with Matt Davis who is a registered architect and studio director of Bates Smart in Sydney. Matt has run his own successful practice, Davis and Davis, and has also worked in a strategic advisory capacity with the NSW Government Architect and the NSW State Design Review Panel. Matt and Sally discuss Matt’s cycl…
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Concrete and steel. We know that both of these mainstream building materials come with a massive CO2 cost, and that we need to find alternatives. One way forward is the reintroduction of traditional materials and invention of new bio-based materials. But the implementation of the new materials requires large and challenging changes for the entire b…
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Tracy Ragan⁠ discusses software supply chain management and the importance of generating and consuming Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs) in decoupled architectures. She explains the challenges of managing libraries and dependencies in microservices and the need for aggregated SBOMs. Tracy emphasizes the importance of rapid response to vulnerabilit…
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Years before Rod Senra became VP of Engineering, he started out in academia in Brazil. He recalls the early days of Python and teaching computer engineering to his students. Today, he leads as VP of Engineering at Loadsmart, a logistics technology company helping shippers, suppliers and carriers to move goods more efficiently. Join us to discuss: H…
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Have you ever gone to a CPD session at your Architecture Practice, picked up a Pret sandwich and then looked at the agenda only to think in your head "Oh NO! Now I've got to listen to session on this dreary subject for an hour?!" "Practice is changing," Neal Shasore from the London School of Architecture (LSA) tells us, and we're here to dive into …
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On this episode, we talk about the oldest National Park in the World, Bogd Khan Uul National Park, located just outside of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. We start this episode off with discussing the difference between forest reserves and national parks, then dive into the heavy details of the park and Manzushire Monastery. Including how it was affected du…
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This week David and Marina of FAME Architecture & Design are joined by Roderick Bates, Director of Corporate Development at Chaos Group to discuss his background working in the architecture industry; different use cases for visualization software; A.I., and upcoming features; “The Future of Architectural Visualization” report; and more. Future of A…
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The second part of our 2-part series with Tone Wheeler over why our cities and housing are breeding inequality. An in-depth discussion of why the extremely low density city of suburbia with single houses is no longer fit for purpose: not in any of the three measures of sustainability - they are not socially desirable, not environmentally safe and f…
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In the latest episode of our groundbreaking podcast, "Why 'Sellout' Architects Are Saving the Industry," Enoch Sears challenges the entrenched dogmas of the architectural world. Are you tired of the glorification of design at the expense of practical business sense? Enoch delves into the controversial yet vital discussion that the industry's 'sello…
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In this episode Andrew Clancy talks with Professor Marilyne Andersen. Marilyne is a physicst by training, but her first love was architecture. Her research has allowed her to develop a particular expertise in daylight, which has allowed her to work in a very architectural way in her various laboratories. She explores the effect of the built environ…
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Recorded at New York's Architecture and Design Film Festival, George talks with Jason Cohn and returning podcast guest Fred Noyes talking Modernism Inc, a documentary about Eliot Noyes. We’ll also visit with another filmmaker from the festival, Hans Christian Post, who has a few problems with idyllic Copenhagen. And later on, music with North Carol…
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Children, teens and young people are here, now and have as much right as anyone else to shape the world around us all. I see taking part in this podcast series as a challenge to all built environment professionals to go out and engage with their younger co-citizens today instead of relinquishing them to the future. Support the show Hosted by Antoni…
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In this episode, we welcome Mohammed Almahmood to explore the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and urbanism. With over 15 years of experience and a passion for creating human-centric public spaces, Mohammed provides a critical insight into how AI is transforming urban design. We discuss the impact of AI on data collection, simulation mo…
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In Politics in the Crevices: Urban Design and the Making of Property Markets in Cairo and Istanbul (Duke UP, 2023), Sarah El-Kazaz takes readers into the world of urban planning and design practices in Istanbul and Cairo. In this transnational ethnography of neighborhoods undergoing contested rapid transformations, she reveals how the battle for ho…
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Karen Alcock and Rachael McNally are from MA+Co, a 12-person Melbourne-based practice working on a mix of residential, multi-res and commercial projects. In this episode, Karen, Rachael and I discussed: How the studio has fostered strong long-term relationships with developers, and their insights on ways architects can play a bigger and more impact…
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In this episode, I spoke with Ozzie Gonzalez, Principal and Owner of P3 Consulting, (people, planet, profit) about his fascinating journey from architecture into environmental consulting. Ozzie has applied his architecture skills to help companies develop sustainability policies and embed social responsibility into their work. We discuss how Ozzie …
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Join forces with me, Paul Preiss, and the visionary program architect Stefano Bianchini, as we navigate the lesser-known seas of orchestrating monumental transformations within sprawling organizations. Unlock the secrets behind the title of a program architect, a role that's often cloaked in mystery, yet pivotal in steering projects that ripple thr…
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This episode is a first for the podcast - we are not talking about something from an external perspective, but speak with someone "in the trenches" who is actively implementing BPM in an 160-year old organization. Our guest today is Martin Holling, who is working at Kemna (a road construction company in northern Germany) and who has worked at Sieme…
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In a captivating episode of "Architecture, Design and Photography," Trent welcomes Jess Given, the co-founder of Given Design Group, to discuss the unique realm of health care architecture. Given, who shifted from residential and commercial architecture to health care-focused projects, shares his journey and the inspiration behind this transition. …
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For our final episode for this season, we speak to doctor and architect Diana Anderson, who has skillfully carved a unique career path for herself as a “dochitect” – by pioneering a collaborative, evidence-based model for approaching healthcare from the medicine and architecture fields simultaneously. Dr. Diana Anderson is a triple boarded professi…
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For this episode, our editor Charlie Clemoes talks to Adare Brown, Elisa Iturbe, Geneva Strauss-Wise, Josh Barnett, and Ryan Ludwig from the Architecture Lobby’s Green New Deal Working Group. The Architecture Lobby (TAL) is a grassroots organization of architectural workers that advocates for just labor practices and an equitable built environment.…
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Step into The Lion's Den with hosts Tim and Andy as they join Roger on an insightful journey to discover the very essence of architecture. Recorded in front of a live audience at an IGNITE event, Senior Lecturer, Academic, and Architectural Mentor, Roger Tyrrell, shares his experiences as a respected academic, weaving a narrative that goes beyond t…
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Many companies are either certified to ISO 9001, or at least have implemented the requirements. Most, don’t see or realise the complete value from it though. This is because, the standard is not written for our success - it’s written for our non-failure. Understanding this, can start to open the door to being able to grow brilliant business’ - usin…
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Extrem’City, la deuxième édition du Festival de la ville pensée par l’association Va jouer dehors !, a eu lieu en octobre 2023 à Marseille. Près de 1500 personnes s’y sont réunies pour projeter dans un futur désirable où la ville est plus durable, plus créative, plus inclusive et plus joyeuse. Parmi les événements du Festival, les « Tridems » ont f…
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