Safdie Architects Managing Principal, Chris Mulvey, joins the podcast to discuss their Raffles City project in Chongqing, working closely with Moshe Safdie, and Safdie Architect’s unique approach to design around the world
Tamie Glass sits down to discuss how design can influence human behavior, the impact of growing up in rural west Texas on her design thinking, and her time in Germany working for Daimler Chrysler
Recorded live at Austin Design Week, Page Designers, Josh Coleman & Brandon Townsend sit down to discuss their new addition to the Austin skyline with 70 Rainey, the social impacts of development on the city, and what is next for one the the country's fastest growing cities, Austin, Texas
Page Design Director, Kris Walsh, sits down to discuss integrating a contemporary high-rise tower into a one hundred year old post office, post modernism in 2019, and how she became a Design Director at one of the country's leading design firms
Page Principal, Talmadge Smith, sits down to discuss their new addition to the Fountain Place in Dallas Texas, his time working with Cesar Pelli, the importance of building lasting relationships with clients.
Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) founder, Eugene Kohn, sits down to discuss the story behind Hudson Yards, studying under Louis Kahn, and how they founded the global architecture firm KPF
PWP Landscape Partner, Adam Greenspan, sits down to discuss working on the 9/11 Memorial, collaborating with other design disciplines during the design process, and becoming a partner at PWP.
Olson Kundig Owner and Principal, Kevin Kudo-King, sits down to discuss expressing personal perspective through design, his architectural education at the University of Arizona, and reflects back on lessons he has learned through twenty-two years with one of the nation's top architecture firms
Lise Newman, Vice President, Workplace Practice Director at SmithGroup, sits down to discuss founding her own design firm, developing client relationships, and advancing her career within one of the country's largest architecture firms, SmithGroup
Studio Libeskind Partner, Carla Swickerath, sits down to discuss the development of the World Trade Center Master Plan, her time at the University of Michigan, and how she became Partner at Studio Libeskind
MASS Design Group's Founding Principal, Michael Murphy, sits down to discuss architecture as a non-profit, social driven causes within the profession, and how they founded MASS Design Group
Vivian Lee, Principal of Richard Meier & Partners, sits down to discuss her international career trajectory, design, mentorship, and equity within architecture
SHoP Architects Co-Founder, Chris Sharples, discusses direct-to-design fabrication, the future of technology within architecture, and how the team developed SHoP into one of the country's leading architecture firms
Kengo Kuma sits down to discuss what influenced him to pursue a career in architecture, his unique approach to design, and how he founded Kengo Kuma & Associates
Gensler founder Art Gensler sits down to discuss gentrification and architecture, the importance of developing talent from within, and how he grew a three person design studio into the world's largest architecture firm
Co-Hosts of the popular Midnight Charette Podcast, David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, sit down to discuss the impact of marketing themselves outside of their firms, working in New York, and their process for establishing their own firm.
Brian MacKay-Lyons sits down to discuss the importance of, and how to, keep your integrity within architecture, what he learned from working with Charles Moore, and how he founded his firm MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in Nova Scotia
Patrik Schumacher, Principal of Zaha Hadid Architects, sits down to discuss the impact of digital automation in architecture, the early days of ZHA, the passing of Zaha Hadid and how the firm is continuing her legacy
Studio Gang Design Principal, Juliane Wolf, sits down to discuss contributing to the Chicago skyline with the new Vista Tower, creating equality in architecture, and how she became a principal at Studio Gang
Michael Hsu sits down to discuss sneaking into OMA to try and land an internship, the importance of a firm's culture, and how he started his firm the Michael Hsu Office of Architecture