Re:Form Tennessee

Re:Form Tennessee

In this new season of Re:Form TN, we are exploring how architects can be more resilient, through the lens of both emerging professionals and seasoned architects. It is going to be a wonderful journey, considering the past to understand our history, while looking to the future to support the next generation. This season, we're delving into the AIA’s Guides for Equitable Practice, covering a range of topics crucial to our profession. From dissecting Workplace Culture to the importance of Mentorship, we are looking forward to shared experiences, practical advice, and hopes for the future.

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April 26, 2024 78 mins

In the debut episode of Re:Form TN's second season, the podcast delves into resilience within architecture, guided by the AIA's Equitable Practice principles. Tonya Spry, HR Director at Gresham Smith, and Rachel Gresham, Senior Director of Professional Practice Programs at AIA, join as guests, offering a wealth of experience and insights. Tonya's extensive leadership in HR, spanning over two decades, pairs with Rache...

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In this new season of Re:Form TN, we are exploring how architects can be more resilient, through the lens of both emerging professionals and seasoned architects. It is going to be a wonderful journey, considering the past to understand our history, while looking to the future to support the next generation. This season, we're delving into the AIA’s Guides for Equitable Practice, covering a range of topics crucial to our profes...

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March 30, 2023 49 mins
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September 16, 2022 53 mins
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February 17, 2022 38 mins
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On this episode of Re:Form Tennessee, we’re talking with Nick Dryden, founding principal at Dryden Architecture and Design. Nick is a third-generation architect in Tennessee and a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Architecture.

After graduating from UTK - with honors - Nick started his career in Nashville to carry forward his family’s tradition of passionate design. Since establishing Dryden Architecture and Design ...

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In this episode, we’re talking with Valarie Franklin, an architect, and Senior Associate at the 2021 Firm of the Year, Moody Nolan. Valarie is founding member and immediate past chapter President of the Nashville Chapter of the National Organization for Minority Architects, otherwise known as NOMAnash. Valarie is a Tuskegee University graduate with over 21 years of experience and a portfolio of healthcare, corporate, religious, and...

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December 21, 2021 45 mins

In this episode, we’re talking with Kim Hawkins, founding principal at Hawkins Partners, Inc. HPI is a leading landscape architecture and planning firm based here in Nashville. Kim’s commitment is to cultivate community through thoughtful, informed design that enhances the human experience. 

Kim has been an active part of the community throughout her career.  Notably, she was the founding president of the Nashville Civic Design Cent...

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In this episode, we’re talking with Gary Gaston, the CEO of the Civic Design Center here in Nashville. Their mission is to advocate for civic design visions and actionable change in communities to improve quality of life for all.

As CEO, Gary has helped lead numerous planning and design efforts for the Design Center, including its visionary The Plan of Nashville: Avenues to a Great City, published in 2005. He is co-author of two boo...

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Nashville is no stranger to disasters and challenges, but 2020 was a particularly tough year.
From tornadoes and flooding to a global pandemic and terror attack, our beloved city has been through it. What have we learned over the past year? How will we bounce forward and build back stronger? In a new podcast series, AIA Middle Tennessee is exploring how Nashville can be more resilient through business and practice, the built e...

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October 8, 2021 1 min

Get ready for a podcast about the lessons we’ve learned since 2020, and how we can build more resilient communities in Middle Tennessee.

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