Another Architecture Podcast

Another Architecture Podcast

Architect George Bradley interviews the designers of inspiring homes. The spaces that we live in have an enormous impact on our lives. Every fortnight join George, as he interviews architects from around the world to find out how they create inspirational places to live. If you are interested in house design, are planning a project of your own or just love good architecture, then this is the podcast for you. At the end of every episode, George will be asking his guests the same three questions; what really annoys them about their home, what house have they visited that has made them feel happy and if they could choose anyone to design them a house, who would they choose? George is a director of London based studio Bradley van Der Straeten Architects.

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September 16, 2021 71 min

In this episode I am joined by Jennifer Kudlats, founder of Canadian practice Studio A/C. We discuss the Shallmar Residence in Toronto, designed for a family of five, with a serious art collection.

The practice describes the project as a house ‘disguised as an art gallery’ They took inspiration from the artists Agnes Martin and Donald Judd when designing the interiors, including a kitchen island composed of 4 monolithic concrete blo...

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In this episode I am joined by the recipient of the 2021 Emerging Architect Award at the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada awards, I talk to Anya Moryoussef about her Craven Road Micro House project in Toronto. 

‘I don’t need a lot of space, I’m not worried about resale, I just want a house for me’ , this was the simple brief given to Anya by her client Laurel and I love the design she has delivered.

In the interview I find out...

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August 15, 2021 61 min

In this episode I am joined by Alex Michaelis, one of the co-founders of Michaelis Boyd architects. we talk about their project, Arijuju, located in Kenya.

This house has been referred to as the most beautiful bush house in Africa. It is located on the Boranan Lewa Conservancy, a 90,000 acre conservation area in Kenya, and is situated next to a watering hole frequented by elephants, baboons and lions.

The concept of the courtyard hou...

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In this episode I am joined by Andrew Brown of the Scottish architecture studio Brown and Brown, that he co-founded with his wife just over 10 years ago. We discuss their most recent project, Lower Tullochgrue.

The project is an extension and refurbishment of an historic house in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park in Scotland, with amazing views over the Spey Valley. The existing house is set on an outcrop and they have exten...

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July 17, 2021 74 min

In this episode I am joined by John Choi, one of the co-founders of Chrofi architects. We talk about their project, Lune De Sang, located in New South Wales, Australia.

The project is a former dairy farm bought by a couple, who are now ambitiously re-wilding the land with native hardwoods that will take between 50 and 300 years to mature. Chrofi have worked for the couple for over a decade, creating several structures on the land, i...

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June 30, 2021 69 min

In this episode I am joined by Alicia Casals, one of the co-founders of Nomo Studio. We talk about their project, Villa Patio, located on the Spanish island of Minorca.

It is a private residence that is very sculptural in form, the entire villa appears to be carved out of a block of white stone. The design concept is underlined by complex geometrical rules revolving around a pentagon, but don’t worry, this one looks nothing like the...

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In this episode I am joined by Siri Zanelli, one of the co-founders of the London based studio Collective Works. We talk about her own home, UpSideDown House, which was completed last year.

It is a refurbishment of a typical Victorian terrace house in London, which has been extended outwards into the garden, upwards into the roof, and downwards into the basement, but what makes this design unique and special is the very bold use of ...

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June 3, 2021 79 min

To celebrate one year of the podcast, we have a special treat. I discuss the house recently  named at the Don’t Move improve awards as London’s best new home improvement project. My guest is the architect Ben Allen, founder of Studio Ben Allen and we discuss House Recast.

The project is a reinterpretation and extension of a typical home from the Victorian era, that creates a beautiful sequence of playful spaces, filled with colour, ...

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In this episode, I talk to the architect Anais Blehaut, one of the founders of Daab Design about their latest project Guild.

The project is a transformation of a beautiful 18th Century Georgian townhouse in central London. Daab have restored the 5 floor property, which, in its latest incarnation, was being used as a mix of office space and apartments, into a home for a family of seven.

What daab have done to this 260 year old propert...

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In this episode, I talk to the architect Gianni Botsford about House in a Garden.

The project is an incredible solution to creating a home on a small, overshadowed and overlooked back garden plot in central London. On his website he describes the project as ‘a house that is a roof and a hole in the ground’. Others have described it as being like an iceberg, with only one floor of accommodation above ground and two below.

The defining...

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In this episode, I talk to the Sri Lankan architect Palinda Kannangara about Studio Dwelling, the home and office he has designed for himself in Sri Lanka’s capital city Colombo.

The building sits at the perimeter of wild marshland, on the outskirts of the city, and has been designed as a sequence of dramatic spaces that concentrate the eye on views of the natural landscape that are framed by rich textures of the rugged concrete wal...

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April 6, 2021 61 min

In this episode, I talk to the architect Cade Hayes, co founder of US architecture studio DUST. We discuss their project Tucson Mountain Retreat, a home constructed of Rammed Earth and located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert in Arizona.

The single storey home is relatively simple in form, with spaces opening out on to the dry and arid surrounding landscape, but it is the soft tones and the rich texture of the rammed earth, one of...

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In this episode, I talk to the architect Amos Goldreich, founder of London based studio Amos Goldreich Architecture. We discuss his latest project, a house for a gardener. A renovation of a typical London Victorian terraced property, designed for a couple and, what Amos describes as, the third client… their plants.

At the heart of this home is a covered courtyard, designed to create optimum conditions for the plants, which breathe l...

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March 4, 2021 65 min


In this episode, I talk to the architect Carl Gerges about his first project Villa Chams, a private residence located in the arid landscape of Lebanon.

Based in Beirut, Carl runs his own architecture studio, but he is also well known as a member of the band Mashrou' Leila, which he formed with fellow architecture students at the University of Beirut.

He is in the unique position of having featured on the cover of Architectural Di...

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February 19, 2021 63 min

In this episode, I talk to the architect Mat Barnes, founder of London studio Can Architecture. We talk about the home he has designed for himself and his family, Mountain View. It is a renovation and extension of an Edwardian terrace house.

Like many renovated houses of this type It has been extended at the rear, with lightweight glass doors opening onto the garden. However, inspired by seeing pictures of a Disneyland mountain roll...

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February 5, 2021 60 min
In this episode I talk to Aleksi Hautamäki  who together with his partner Milla has built a remote, off-grid house on a private island in Finland’s Archipelago National Park.

The house comprises two separate, long rectangular cabins containing living quarters, a workshop and a sauna. What is so beautiful about this home is how it nestles naturally into the landscape. If you have ever dreamed of escaping to remote island to live the ...
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January 21, 2021 61 min

In this episode I talk to Neil Dusheiko, who runs his studio Neil Dusheiko Architects in London. We talk about his recently completed project Sun Slice House.

The home is located in Cambridge, in the UK and is a renovation and extension of an existing semi-detached Victorian property. It was designed for a family to work from home and to home school their children. Considering it was completed at the start of 2020, that was either c...

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January 6, 2021 59 min

In this episode I talk to Hector Barroso, founder of the Mexican architecture studio, Taller Hector Barroso. We talk about his recently completed project Entre Pinos.

The name literally translates as ‘between pines’ which describes the setting of the five identical dwellings that have been designed near the town of Valle de Bravo in Mexico.

Each house is as a cluster of six blocks that are clad in soil based render (made from the soi...

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In this episode I talk to Fiona Dunin, founder of the Melbourne based architecture studio, FMD Architects. We talk about her recently completed project CLT House.

The project is a reconfiguration of an existing building to create a multigenerational home. It takes its name from the material used for its construction, Cross Laminated Timber, which has been celebrated in this house, for its versatility, being used both as a structural...

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In this episode I talk to Tristan Wigfall, one of the co-founders of the London based architecture studio, Almanac. We talk about their recently completed project House Within A House.

The project looks like a new house that has been inserted into a Victorian terrace, but it is in fact a renovation of what used to be a rather ugly 1950’s property. Almanac have cleverly concealed the house in an entirely new skin, not only making it ...

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