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54 minutes | Feb 6, 2023
Architectural Workers United
Andrew Daley and Danielle Tellez of Architectural Workers United join the podcast to discuss fighting for representation for architectural workers, the push for unionization, and transparency within the industry. CEU Credit Here
43 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
Kevin Daly - Kevin Daly Architects
Kevin Daly of Kevin Daly Architects joins the podcast to discuss the design process behind the Houston Endowment Headquarters, how building performance influences form, and designing at a variety of scales. Continuing Education Credit
46 minutes | Jan 9, 2023
Carol Ross Barney - Ross Barney Architects
2022 Women in Architecture Award Winner, Carol Ross Barney joins the podcast to discuss receiving the 2023 AIA Gold Medal, the design process behind the Chicago Riverwalk as well as the Oklahoma City federal Building, and the role mentorship has played in her career. Continuing Education Credit
46 minutes | Dec 19, 2022
Michael Hsu & Maija Kreishman - Michael Hsu Office of Architecture
Michael Hsu Office of Architecture principals, Michael Hsu and Maija Kreishman, join the podcast to discuss their approach to business development, the process of designing affordable housing for Habitat for Humanity, and how philanthropy enables new design opportunities.
50 minutes | Dec 5, 2022
Gensler - Diane Hoskins & Andy Cohen
Gensler co-CEOs Diane Hoskins and Andy Cohen join the podcast to discuss what sets Gensler apart from other firms, its perception as a corporate office, and how maintaining a focus on people positively impacts the built environment.
52 minutes | Nov 28, 2022
KPMB - Marianne McKenna & Shirley Blumberg
KPMB Founding Partners Marianne McKenna & Shirley Blumberg join the podcast to discuss the role equity and diversity plays in their design process, the importance of collaboration, and how their practice has evolved over the past three decades.
52 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
Brooks + Scarpa - Angela Brooks, Lawrence Scarpa, and Jeff Huber
Brooks + Scarpa principals Angela Brooks, Lawrence Scarpa, and Jeff Huber join the podcast to discuss designing affordable housing, their approach to the climate crisis, and winning the 2022 AIA Gold Medal.
49 minutes | Oct 24, 2022
Juno / Ennead - BJ Siegel and Tomas Rossant
Juno co-founder BJ Siegel and Ennead partner Tomas Rossant join the podcast to discuss their unique approach to design and construction, the future of cities, and the role of mass timber in generating affordable housing.
39 minutes | Oct 10, 2022
Jim Dow - Dowbuilt
Jim Dow, founder of Dowbuilt, joins the podcast to discuss the intersection of construction and design, integrating digital construction methods, and commitment to craft.
54 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
AI-Driven Design - Kory Bieg, Nick Chim & Virginia San Fratello
Virginia San Fratello of Rael San Fratello, Kory Bieg of OTA+, and Nick Chim of Nabr join the podcast to discuss the implications of artificial intelligence for architecture, AI-driven design, and how algorithms can be used to advance the study of the field
47 minutes | Sep 12, 2022
Moshe Safdie - Safdie Architects
Moshe Safdie joins the podcast to discuss his new memoir If Walls Could Speak, how he turned his college thesis into Montreal's famed Habitat 67, and redifining how people interact with buildings
43 minutes | Aug 22, 2022
Justin Brooks - ZGF
Justin Brooks, principal of ZGF in Portland, Oregon, joins the podcast to discuss the design process behind UCSF’s Nancy Friend Pritzker Psychiatry Building, designing for mental health, and how the built environment impacts patient care.
47 minutes | Aug 8, 2022
Paul McClean - McClean Design
Paul McClean, founder of McClean Design, joins the podcast to discuss his journey, from being raised in Ireland to designing luxury homes in the Los Angeles, and the story of the 100,000-square-foot spec mansion “The One” and its volatile listing price.
35 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
Brian MacKay-Lyons Pt.2 - MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple
Brian MacKay-Lyons of MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects joins the podcast to discuss the unique design process of the Burge House, how design relates to place, and the return of the Ghost Residency at his farm in Nova Scotia.
49 minutes | Jul 11, 2022
Arne Emerson Pt. 2 - Morphosis
Morphosis Partner, Arne Emerson, joins the podcast to discuss the design process behind ENI’s Headquarters in Milan, the University of Texas at Dallas expansion, and the future of the firm.
40 minutes | Jun 27, 2022
Brian Ringley - Boston Dynamics
Brian Ringley of Boston Dynamics joins the podcast to discuss the influence of robotics on the construction industry and how “Spot,” the company’s robotic dog, can help simplify the construction process.
39 minutes | Jun 13, 2022
Frida Escobedo joins the podcast to discuss her experience designing the Serpentine Pavilion, how small scale installations influence her architecture, and the commission to design the new wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
35 minutes | May 23, 2022
Annabelle Selldorf - Selldorf Architects
Annabelle Selldorf, principal at Selldorf Architects, joins the podcast to discuss the process of designing San Diego’s Museum of Contemporary Art, her firm’s work at London’s National Gallery, and finding her way to architecture through the New York art scene.
54 minutes | May 9, 2022
Mark Gardner - Jaklitsch/Gardner Architects
Mark Gardner, a principal at Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects, joins the podcast to discuss designing across cultures, architecture as a social practice, and his non-traditional path into the field.
53 minutes | Apr 25, 2022
Katie Swenson - MASS Design Group
Katie Swenson, a Senior Principal at MASS Design Group, joins the podcast to discuss the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture, working in cross-cultural environments, and how MASS is redefining the organization of architecture firms.
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