An inside look into the field of architecture told from the perspective of individuals that are leading the industry. This motivational series grants unique insight into the making of a successful design career, from humble beginnings to national recognition. Every week, featured guests share their personal highs and lows on their journey to success, that is sure to inspire audiences at all levels of the industry. Listening to their stories will provide a rare blueprint for anyone seeking to advance their career, and elevate their work to the next level.
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.
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.
President and CEO of the New York Philharmonic Deborah Borda and Principal of Diamond Schmitt Gary McCluskie join the podcast to talk about the nearly completed renovation of David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City
Thomas Phifer of Thomas Phifer and Partners joins the podcast to discuss his firm’s design philosophy, starting the Thomas Phifer Fellowship at Clemson University, and the importance of light in architecture.
Deborah Berke of Deborah Berke Partners joins the podcast to discuss authenticity in architecture, how her work as dean of Yale influences her practice, and the design process for NXTHVN —an adaptive reuse project for an up-and-coming artist in New Haven, Connecticut.
Bjarke Ingels, joins Nick Chim, and Roni Bahar—his co-founders of Nabr, a people–first housing design company reimagining the future of urban living through scalable, affordable housing. The trio discuss the design and development of San Jose’s SoFA One residential project; the changing landscape of the American city, and how the firm aims to provide affordable housing.
Stephanie Lemmo of Lemmo Architecture & Design, Digo Lima of Woods Bagot, and Kevin Alter of alterstudio join the podcast to discuss the impact of rapid population growth on urban development and affordability in Austin, Texas and how other cities can benefit from the lessons learned in the city.
Marlon Blackwell joins the podcast to discuss the design process for the Thaden School in Bentonville, building within the context of Northwest Arkansas, and the impact materiality can have on architecture
Tom Kundig and Steve Grim of Olson Kundig join Greg and Lesa Faulkner of Faulkner Architects to discuss the concept and design of Analog House, collaborating between architecture practices, and building within the pine trees of Truckee, California
Studio Rick Joy Founder, Rick Joy, joins the podcast to discuss the role music played in his development as an architect, the design process behind Tennyson 205 in Mexico City, and how he grew his small firm in Tucson Arizona into a global architecture brand
Studio Petretti Founder, Amanda Petretti, joins the podcast to discuss the design process of downtown Portland’s Multnomah County Courthouse, founding her firm, and improving equity in architecture.
Frank Barkow, Partner at Barkow Leibinger, joins the podcast to discuss the opening of Sid Richardson Hall at Rice University, the role of research within their practice and how they incorporate sustainability into their design process
Jennifer Luce, Founder of LUCE et Studio, joins the podcast to discuss designing within the context of Southern California, the importance of small architectural details, and the emphasis of art and collaboration in her design process
Melodie Yashar, Director of Building Design and Performance for ICON, joins the podcast to discuss the process of 3D printing inhabitable structures, how this technology can be used for social change and how ICON is advancing what is possible with 3D printed architecture
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Partner, Kai-Uwe Bergmann, joins the podcast to discuss how building in outer space can influence how we design on Earth, how fatherhood has impacted his view on design, and the firm’s dedication to sustainability through projects like the Dryline
Olson Kundig Principal/Owner, Kirsten Ring Murray, joins the podcast to discuss the role of mentorship within the firm, designing within an urban context, and how she grew her career over 32 years at Olson Kundig
OMA Partner, Reinier de Graaf, joins the podcast to discuss his new novel ‘Masterplan’, his work with OMA’s think tank AMO and his 25-year career with OMA
Stephen Kieran and James Timberlake of KieranTimberlake, join the podcast to discuss the influence of working for Venturi, Scott Brown in their own design process, prefabrication in architecture today, and the 40-year history of their firm
On November 8th, 2018 the small mountain town of Paradise, California was forever changed by the devastating Camp Fire that swept through the area. It took 28 days for the fire to be contained with over 153,000 acres burned, 85 deaths, 17 injured, and 18,804 buildings destroyed. In 2010 Paradise had a population of 26,218. It’s estimated today that Paradise 4,478 or about 17% of the population before the Camp fire in 2018.
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John Patkau, co-founder of Patkau Architects, joins the podcast to discuss translating plans into form making, using natural materials, and using architecture to connect to nature
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.