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Archgyan Podcast - An Indian Architecture Podcast
65 minutes | 2 days ago
VR for the AEC Industry with Gautam Tewari | AG 55
In this episode we have with the co-founder of Trezi, Gautam Tewari. He is a LEED-accredited professional. Trezi is India’s first VR Platform for the Building Industry. It's a product that is now solving the challenges faced by a large number of stakeholders in the Building industry, using immersive technology and the power of Virtual Reality. They have won quite a few awards in the Startup Field. Featured in the Top 3 "Startup of the Future"by NDTV Unicorn Awards 2016, winner of the League of 10-Emerge50 products of the year 2018 by NASSCOM and won the NASSCOM Design4India Design Awards 2019 in the 'immersive category' to name a few. Gautam is a graduate from the University of New South Wales, where he did his masters in Construction Management. He has a global experience of over 20 years in the architecture and design industry. Apart from that he's passionate about cricket, a long-distance runner, fitness enthusiast, and an avid reader. In this episode, he talks about his initial journey into the startup scenario, the potential of VR in the building industry, how an Architect can be involved in immersive technology and a whole lot more! For Episode shownotes & links, head to archgyan.com/55. For the video version, head to our YouTube ChannelThis podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head tocourses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Sketchup & Vray.
79 minutes | a month ago
Architecture of Purpose feat. James Law | AG 54
In this week's episode we have with us the founder of Cybertecture, James Law. Cybertecture is the design of all things for a more intelligent world through new pieces of architecture, interior space, artwork, technology, and strategy. He established James Law Cybertecture in 2001 and they've gone on to complete projects of various scales, some of them being OPod Housing No. 1 which is an experimental, low cost, micro living housing unit to ease Hong Kong's affordable housing problems. The Capital in Mumbai, Cybertecture egg, Technosphere, Tower of India and many more awesome projects. The firm specializes in architecture, interior design, master planning, consulting, technology & industrial design. He has also launched the Cybertecture Academy that nurtures a new generation of designers from a young age. In this episode, he takes us on his journey in Architecture right from his time at Bartlett, to being mentored by Peter Cook & later Itsuko Hasegawa in Tokyo, how he started his own firm James Law Cybertecture, how he landed big projects in India, solving Hong kong's housing problem through design, his design philosophy & approach to design, leveraging technology, smart city planning, the architecture of purpose & a whole lot more! For Episode shownotes & links, head to archgyan.com/54For the video version, head to our YouTube ChannelThis podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head to courses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Sketchup & Vray.
83 minutes | 2 months ago
Content Creation for Architects feat. Michael Lavalley | AG 53
In this episode we have with us an Architect, Writer, Web Designer, teacher, podcaster and entrepreneur, Michael Lavalley. Mike is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a LEED AP. He's currently an architect and project manager at Young + Wright Architects and he specializes in Architectural Design, Detailing, Project Management, 3D Modeling, Design Research, Sustainable Design, Graphic Design and much more. He has 12 years of professional experience and he shares his research, experience and interests on his blog "Evolving Architect". He's also a co-host of his podcast called "Unpacking design" where they discuss all things design. Apart from that he's a gamer and a chess fanatic. In this episode he talks about his journey, how he creates content in architecture, about his podcast and his company Evolving Architect, some interesting tools that he uses and a whole lot more. For more on this episode , head to archgyan.com/53 For the video version, head to our YouTube Channel This podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head to courses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Sketchup & Vray.
103 minutes | 2 months ago
Democratization of Design feat. Simon Gallagher | AG 52
In this episode we have with us one of the Directors of Integrated Design Limited, Simon Gallagher. Simon is an architectural technologist and digital project manager. His experience includes implementing BIM and leading digital international project teams on large, complex infrastructure projects for transport, building and waste management facilities. He's also a Chartered Architectural Technologist (MCIAT) since September 2012, a professional member of the Hong Kong Institute of BIM, and a CIC Certified BIM Manager since February 2020. In this episode Simon talks about his experience as an architect from Hong Kong. He shares with us his transition between different roles and how he ended up being a director at his firm. Hailing from Hong Kong, he very briefly discusses about the pandemic as well as its impact on the future. He also talks about the housing problem in Hong Kong and how it can be solved. For more on this episode , head to archgyan.com/52For the video version, head to our YouTube Channel. This podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head to courses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Sketchup & Vray.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
Benny Kuriakose- On his Initial Experiments with Architecture Part 2 | AG 51
This is part 2 of our two part series with Dr. Benny Kuriakose, a leading sustainable Architect from India. In this episode he gives us insight on Architectural Conservation and Vernacular Architecture. He shares with us his opinion on Architectural Education questioning the need to study for 5 years . He then goes on to share with us his view on the Central Vista Project and how to go about design promoting unconventional thinking which is quite intriguing ! For more on this episode , head to http://archgyan.com/51 This podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head to courses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Architecture and Interior Design
69 minutes | 3 months ago
Benny Kuriakose - On his Initial Experiments with Architecture Part 1 | AG 50
In this week's episode we have with us one of India's leading sustainable architects Dr. Benny Kuriakose. Benny Kuriakose started his career in 1984 under the guidance of Laurie Baker. He specializes in architecture conservation,low-cost housing and sustainable architecture. He incorporates principles of vernacular architecture with a concept reflecting his client's aspirations with the use of natural materials. Some of his famous works include the Pyramid, Vishram, Dakshinachitra, Muziris heritage project among many other. In this episode Dr. Benny is going to be sharing his entire journey, a chance meeting with Laurie Baker, his first few projects, the importance of hands-on learning, architectural education, future of architecture, construction & a whole lot more. We also have an interesting segment in the 2nd part of this episode on Architectural Education that answers questions like "Do we really need to study 5 years to practice Architecture? For episode shownotes & links, check the description below & head to our website which is archgyan.com/50For the video version, head to our youtube channel
68 minutes | 4 months ago
From Philosophy to Architecture with Eli Y. Meltzer | AG 48
This week, we speak with the Principal Architect at Meltzer/Mandl Architects, Eli Y. Meltzer. Eli transitioned from a background in Philosophy to Architecture and shares his entire journey in this episode. He specializes in the housing space and has vast expertise in New York City Building Codes & regulations. He's also a published author and has given seminars and workshops at international conferences on Jewish Infrastructure Capital Projects.In this episode, we learn about Eli's journey, the importance of affordable housing, philosophy and how different Architecture is going to be post-pandemic, design tech, homes being more multi-functional, his plans for the future, and a whole lot more in this episode.We also have a special section called Dissect the project wherein Eli runs us through one of his favorite projects "The Roscoe Brown Apartments."Gain access to the shownotes by heading to archgyan.com/48 (available on youtube too)
66 minutes | 4 months ago
Machine Learning in the AEC Industry with Dalton Goodwin | AG 47
In this week's episode, we speak to BIM Coordinator & Data Enthusiast Dalton Goodwin. Dalton presently works as a BIM Coordinator at DLR Group, which is a prestigious large Architecture & Engineering based in the States with offices all around the globe. He plays a key role in the development of new plugins and tools that assist the BIM process of the firm. In this episode, Dalton shares his journey & how he got into the AEC industry, he talks about the importance of Machine Learning in our industry and it's large impact going forward. Everything will be optimized for us in the future and working may require least to almost no human interference. He also talks about the power of data & how the algorithms adapt based on feedback from us. He even mentions new job positions opening up in the form of data scientists in the AEC industry.For more on the episode, head to archgyan.com/47
73 minutes | 4 months ago
Journey of the Design Collective with Dev Tyagi | AG 46
This week, we speak with the founder of "The Design Collective" Dev Tyagi. TDC Magazine is a digital publication and online resource committed towards Independent Architecture & Design Journalism. We aim to not only provide a distinct, curated and carefully edited fusion of the latest in Architecture, Design and Art but also recognize and acknowledge upcoming talents from all around the globe . We are also a community that publishes editorials and stories which relate to all creative-types. In this episode, Dev takes us through his journey & how he founded TDC, the design & creative process of TDC, Architectural Journalism & it's importance in digital media, what plans they have for the future, and loads more. For more on the episode, head to archgyan.com/46The Design Collective : https://www.thedesigncollective.co.in/
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