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Best AIA Architect podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best AIA Architect podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Design Voice Podcast seeks to elevate and amplify those voices of women in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. Each episode features honest conversations with women who shape the built environment - their unique perspectives on the state of their professions, stories about their career journeys, and more. By telling their stories, this podcast hopes to serve as a source of education, inspiration and empowerment.
 
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In this week's episode I discuss leadership, living in isolation and raising finance with Mark Wood, an established polar explorer and adventurer who operates within the extremes of our planet. After serving in the British Army and then as a Firefighter in the Fire and Rescue Service Mark went on to train and lead teams for major polar and mountain…
 
This week's podcast is with Bob Borson. Bob is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, the AIA’s highest membership honor. In 2009 he was recognised by the American Institute of Architects as “Young Architect of the Year” and received the Award for Excellence in the Promotion of Architecture through the Media from the Texas Society of Arc…
 
Mia Scharphie is a career and business strategist, and the founder of Build Yourself. She helps women in design, tech and innovation move from managing the work to setting the agenda. She helps women move past bias and make their industries and workplaces better places for women's talent. Mia has trained national industry groups like the American I…
 
This week I'm joined by Celeste Bolte who is a media specialist and design enthusiast from Melbourne, Australia. Now based in London, Celeste is the Head of BowerBird UK, a platform that connects designers and journalists to see more great design projects published. With 8 years of communications consulting experience in architecture and design, Ce…
 
Donna Sink, AIA is a registered architect who is committed to good design for everyone in the community. She has worked on urban design, cultural institution, and art exhibition design projects for the last 25 years and has previously lived in Philadelphia, Detroit, Portland, and Phoenix. Donna now lives in Indianapolis and works at Rowland Design,…
 
Very important podcast this week, as I speak with Annette Ferguson, a chartered accountant and a certified profit first professional about furloughing and the coronavirus business interruption schemes. Annette typically helps 6/7/8 figure service based entrepreneurs find clarity in their numbers, increase their wealth, and take more money home from…
 
The future of architectural practice is emerging in pockets all across the industry. In one such pocket is Bryden Wood, a technology-led design company of architects, computational designers, engineers, analysts, software coders and industrial designers, collaborating with a shared passion for improving outcomes. I was blown away by my visit to the…
 
Evelyn Lee, AIA, is the first ever Senior Experience Designer at Slack Technologies. Evelyn seamlessly integrates her business and architecture background with a qualitative and quantitative focus to build a better workplace experience for Slack Employees, visitors, and guests. Evelyn received her Bachelor of Architecture degree with honors in 2002…
 
"Shut off the negativity, turn up the positivity and go make the world a better place. There's a lot of opportunity coming our way." So whilst in lockdown I've been using this as an opportunity to connect across the pond with some of the luminaries of architectural business broadcasting. This week I had the privilege to sit down and speak with one …
 
For the next few weeks/months, join Design Voice Podcast as we check in with people in the architecture and design professions to hear how they are living, working, and coping during this pandemic. -- Rosa Sheng is a Designer, Architect, Thought Leader who is known for innovating Architecture with over 26 years experience. When asked "What type of …
 
In this week's podcast, with the wonders of today's online tools I was able to connect with 3 of the UK's leading PR consultants for Architects, Rob Fiehn, Luke Neve and Bobby Jewel to discuss how architecture practices should be thinking about their outbound communications during the corona crisis. Rob Fiehn has an accomplished career to date, wor…
 
This interview was one of the last times I properly stepped outside the house, a few weeks before the lockdown in the UK. I had arranged this interview with Daniele Sini of Richard Markland Architects to discuss their innovative methods of project delivery and software usage, where they have adapted gaming software and virtual reality to communicat…
 
Before the lockdown I had the opportunity to meet with Adam Scott who is the founder of experience master planners FREESTATE. Adam is an architect and pioneer in brand experience having worked with some of the world's most innovative brands and city makers including Melbourne Airport, Virgin Atlantic, Samsung and Sony to name a few. Adam is an advo…
 
I love speaking with innovative architectural entrepreneurs who are redefining their business practices and business models to improve the built environment, create legacy and a sustainable profitable business. This week's guests tick all those boxes as I got the opportunity to speak with the founders of Kit London - Sara Nasralla and Remi Connolly…
 
Who said Architecture had to be buildings?! Consider that maybe 60-70% of the architectural work we do doesn't get built. Does that work still have value? Of course it does! Now consider that some of the fastest growing companies in the world right now might actually be architectural in nature, i.e. they employ a non-material solution to architectu…
 
Our minds are our greatness asset. And in Business, Architecture and life the quality of our experience, from our happiness to the our ability to be creative and enjoy our work, is in direct relationship to our mental fitness, hygiene and well-being. It is not uncommon that working practices considered necessary for vast output actually end up bein…
 
A career in architecture doesn't just mean being an architect designing buildings. The industry is wonderfully rich with many different opportunities available in related sectors and disciplines. This week I speak with Tanisha Raffiuddin about her fascinating career path from architecture student to looking for work during the recession to becoming…
 
I used to have this idea that style was not that important. That we have the ability as Architects to create within a lot of different styles and a huge range of design capabilities. But the more I progress through my career the more I realize that I might have been wrong. Your style is possibly more important than I thought. And we need to produce…
 
Have you ever considered a career in the fascinating world of designing complex infrastructure buildings? This week I speak with Jason Boyle, the youngest person to become a Fellow of the RIBA and who also received fellowship status from the Royal Society of Arts in 2018 for his work in infrastructure. Jason has spent the last 11 years of his caree…
 
This week I respond to a recent micro poll, which I conducted on social media that asked architects what they thought the biggest challenge facing the industry is. The results came in showing that the 'Low fees' were considered the biggest challenge followed by climate change, with many commenting that our ability to influence climate change is rel…
 
Do you ever just get bored after a while of working on a project for so long? You know, how do you keep the excitement level up? Yes. I do get bored. I get to the point where I’m just wanting to speed things up to finish but things take time. You probably have felt the same way. Your projects seem to just kind of drag on for a really long time. But…
 
All right. So are you doing work that you care about. I mean, are you doing work that fulfills you. Things that lift you up? Are you focused on a cause that you can feel like you can stand behind? I haven’t found mine. At least. I don’t think I have I’m still kind of searching for that thing that greater purpose the one that I can stand behind some…
 
This week I speak with Lennart Grut, senior partner at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Lennart is the Partner principally in charge of managing the practice’s key international projects and has worked at RSHP for three decades starting work with Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Peter Rice and others on the Pompidou Centre in Paris. From engineer to se…
 
There’s nothing wrong with doing something just because you want to. Or wanting to try something new that might conflict with what you told yourself you were. We want new challenges. We get bored with the world we’re in if it’s stagnant. When we reach that feeling we need to shift to avoid burnout. To take a break from the work we’re doing. Focus o…
 
his week's podcast was conducted on site in South London at Pitched Black, the new home designed by Gruff Architects. Rhys Cannon walks me through the evolution the of Gruff, how they won those important early projects up to now with the completion of Pitched Black and their ventures into new sectors. In this episode Rhys discusses How Gruff create…
 
Is it the right time for them to be renovating their house? Do they have other parts of their life together? I try to figure this out all the time. Is a renovation what they should be doing right now? Or is it something they’re using to distract them from bigger issues? This is hard to get to the bottom of? The question might be should you? Is it y…
 
What a corker of an interview this was! What a delight and absolute pleasure to be speaking to an archi-hero of mine, Tom Kundig the principal and owner of the Seattle-based firm Olson Kundig Architects. Tom's honours include some of the highest design awards, including a 2008 National Design Award in Architecture Design from the Smithsonian Cooper…
 
Having trouble coming up with designs? You have to start drawing. I know it feels strange to start drawing without knowing what you’re going to draw. You have to break the tension you have with the page. You look at the blank page and where do you start? I trace the existing plan. Drawing over lines on the page. Tracing lets my mind start flowing. …
 
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