Best Architecture Education podcasts — Strategies and tips (Updated September 2017; image)
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99% Invisible
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Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we’ve just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org. A proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.
 
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Archispeak
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Evan, Neal and Cormac delve into what it's really like working in the field of architecture. Whether the topic is design, drawing, 3d modeling, the office environment, analog, digital, education, winning new work or working with clients - there's sure to be a great conversation. Listen in as they lift the veil to show you, dear listener, what life is really like (both the good and the bad) within the field of architecture. You can learn more about the show and find the show notes at http://a ...
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
Warning! On this show you'll discover strategies, tips and secrets for running a fun, flexible and profitable architecture practice. The focus here is simple: discussion of ways for architects to create a dream architecture practice: design what you want, when you want, and get paid well for it.
 
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The Architecture Happy Hour
 
hpd architecture + interiors principal Laura Davis and Spotted Dog Architecture CEO Larry Paschall share their thoughts and tips on architecture, from helping owners select the right architect to never being too late to begin a career in architecture. Learn more about hpd architecture + interiors at www.hpdarch.com.
 
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GSAPP Conversations
Weekly
 
GSAPP Conversations offer a window onto the expanding field of contemporary architectural practice through discussions on the current projects, research, and obsessions of a diverse group of invited guests from emerging and well-established practices. Hosted by Columbia GSAPP’s Dean Amale Andraos, the conversations also feature the School’s influential faculty and alumni, and give students the opportunity to engage architects on issues of concern to the next generation.
 
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ArchDaily's Editor-at-Large James Taylor-Foster speaks with Tomas Koolhaas prior to his screening of the film REM at Columbia GSAPP on September 7, 2017. Tomas Koolhaas, the LA-based son of Rem Koolhaas, speaks about the process of conceiving, producing, and directing the film over the course of four years.…
 
Around the world, there is a lot of buzz around the idea of universal basic income (also known as “unconditional basic income” or UBI). It can take different forms or vary in the details, but in essence: UBI is the idea a government would pay all citizens, employed or not, a flat monthly sum to cover basic needs. This funding would come with no ...…
 
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Archispeak
 
Archispeak speaks with Anne Fougeron FAIA, 2017 Chair of the Monterey Design Conference, about the conference and how it is a glamping experience for Architects that will remind you of why you became an architect in the first place. Photo by Evan Troxel This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectu ...…
 
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with GSAPP Associate Professor Laura Kurgan, who directs the school's Visual Studies curriculum and the Center for Spatial Research. Her work explores subjects ranging from digital mapping technologies to the ethics and politics of mapping, and the art, science and visualization of data. They discuss the Center for Spa ...…
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
Discover what you should be measuring in your architecture firm to increase your profitability, staff satisfaction, and impact. Today we are joined by Steve Burns, the Chief Creative Officer of BQE Software. In today's episode, Steve shares a few key financial indicators that you should watch as an architecture firm owner. He also tells us abou ...…
 
Coal miner stickers started out as little advertisements that the manufacturers of mining equipment handed out. Even before the late 1960s, when mining safety laws started requiring reflective materials underground, miners used those stickers to stay visible to each other in the dark mines. As time passed, the stickers evolved. They became more ...…
 
Join Laura and Larry for Larry's last happy hour podcast as they look back on what started it all, what they've learned, and the next adventure as Holly Hall joins Laura as co-host.By laura@hpdarch.com (Spotted Dog Architecture / HPD Architecture).
 
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with Mark Lee of Johnston Marklee on the occasion of his lecture in GSAPP’s Arguments series in July 2017. Lee is co-curator with Sharon Johnston of the Chicago Architecture Biennial opening on September 15, 2017. In this podcast they discuss the biennial’s theme “Make New History” and the role of books in contemporary ...…
 
Discover lesson learned growing a design-focused architecture practice in this episode of the Business of Architecture show. Host Rion Willard speaks with Jonathan Hagos, a director at Freehaus, a London-based architectural practice. Jonathan reveals the decisions he made early on to avoid what he calls the "home extension" low-fee trap. You'll ...…
 
Computer algorithms now shape our world in profound and mostly invisible ways. They predict if we’ll be valuable customers and whether we’re likely to repay a loan. They filter what we see on social media, sort through resumes, and evaluate job performance. They inform prison sentences and monitor our health. Most of these algorithms have been ...…
 
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Archispeak
 
Archispeak dives into the topic of skills and how that influences who works on what and how firms use titles. Photo by Cormac Phalen This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifications, CAD details, BIM Objects and more, free of charge, with no registration req ...…
 
Listen to Anna Schabel and Jochen Driessle talk about building their design firm in London. You'll learn about the first project they developed, financed, designed and built - including what they would have done differently if they were to do it again.
 
Monuments don’t just appear in the wake of someone’s death — they are erected for reasons specific to a time and place. In 1905, one such memorial was put up in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, to commemorate Nathan Bedford Forrest, who had died in 1877. This week, we feature the story of an imagined plaque that could accompany this statue of Natha ...…
 
Tech analysts estimate that over six billion emojis are sent each day. Emojis, which started off as a collection of low-resolution pixelated images from Japan, have become a well-established and graphically sophisticated part of everyday global communication. But who decides what emojis are available to users, and who makes the actual designs? ...…
 
In episode 122, Archispeak goes into the weeds to discuss the process of design and the patience it requires. Photo by Cormac Phalen This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifications, CAD details, BIM Objects and more, free of charge, with no registration req ...…
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
Today is the second half of my interview with Teresa Ruiz, Vice President and Associate Principal at SB Architects. SB architects is an international design firm with offices in Florida, California, and China. The firm focuses primarily on Mixed-Use, Multi-Family Residential, and Hospitality projects. In today's episode Teresa reveals how she d ...…
 
Today I speak with Teresa Ruiz, Vice President and Associate Principal at SB Architects. SB architects is an international design firm with offices in Florida, California, and China. The firm focuses primarily on Mixed-Use, Multi-Family Residential, and Hospitality projects. In today's episode you'll discover how Teresa accomplishes the many ta ...…
 
On the border of Virginia and North Carolina stretches a great, dismal swamp. The Great Dismal Swamp, actually — that’s the name British colonists gave it centuries ago. The swamp covers about 190 square miles today, but at its peak, before parts of it were drained and developed, it was around ten times bigger, spanning roughly 2,000 square mil ...…
 
Today you'll hear from Harry Parr, one of the partners at the experience design firm Bompas and Parr. Listen how Harry Parr's passion project while he was studying architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture turned into a 20-person experience design firm. You'll discover: How to create the right company culture and ethos 2 keys for runn ...…
 
Imagine for a moment the year 1800. A doctor is meeting with a patient – most likely in the patient’s home. The patient is complaining about shortness of breath. A cough, a fever. The doctor might check the patient’s pulse or feel their belly, but unlike today, what’s happening inside of the patient’s body is basically unknowable. There’s no MR ...…
 
Learn about all the cool tools used we use in the production of the podcast in episode 121 as Archispeak takes you behind the scenes of the show and explains how the sausage is made. An edited Archispeak episode in Logic Pro X. This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to f ...…
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
All of us are capable of greater things that what we are currently doing. Yet, how do we unlock this dormant potential? In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover how to unlock your dormant potential so you can reach new levels of growth and fulfillment. You'll discover: The 5 step "Ultimate Success Formula" to hel ...…
 
When the tape started rolling in old analog recording studios, there was a feeling that musicians were about to capture a particular moment. On tape, there was no “undo.” They could try again, if they had the time and money, but they couldn’t move backwards. What’s done is done, for better and worse. Digital machines entered the mix in the 1980 ...…
 
We’ll be taking a break from our regular publishing schedule during the month of August, and hope that you’ll join us again in September for a new season. Upcoming episodes will feature Mark Lee, co-curator with Sharon Johnston of this year’s Chicago Architecture Biennial; Laura Kurgan, director of Columbia GSAPP’s Center for Spatial Research; ...…
 
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99% Invisible
 
In Spain, they do the lottery differently. First of all, it’s a country-wide obsession — about 75% of Spaniards buy a ticket. There’s more than one lottery in Spain, but the one that Spaniards are the most passionate about is “La Lotería de Navidad” (“The Christmas Lottery”). This lottery has taken place every year since 1812. For better or wor ...…
 
Archispeak completes their summer vacation as we wrap up our architectural adventures. Photo by Evan Troxel This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifications, CAD details, BIM Objects and more, free of charge, with no registration required to download content ...…
 
ArchDaily's Editor-at-Large James Taylor-Foster speaks with Columbia GSAPP faculty Christoph Kumpusch, who directs the school's Core I studios. Kumpusch introduces his Extraction Lab, a new five-year project launching in August 2017 with a student summer workshop at the Burning Man festival in Black Rock Desert, Nevada.…
 
Third-year M.Arch student Ayesha Ghosh speaks with Anupama Kundoo on the occasion of her lecture at Columbia GSAPP in November 2016. Kundoo, who started her award-winning practice in 1990, discusses the relationship between material and technology, involving people in the making of their houses to develop a new model for affordable housing, and ...…
 
This is the story of an ad campaign produced for the 1992 Olympic games in Barcelona. Perennial runner-up in the sports shoe category, Reebok, was trying to make its mark and take down Nike. They chose two athletes, plucked them out of obscurity, gave them Reeboks to wear, and turned them into household names, spending $25 million dollars in th ...…
 
Discover the secret of running a successful meeting with a prospective client. Most architects get this part of the sales process completely wrong. I did too, until I discovered the simple framework you'll learn about in this episode of the Business of Architecture show. This episode was originally aired on the A Well Designed Business podcast ...…
 
In this episode you'll discover how to hold a proper first meeting with a client. Most architects get this part of the sales process completely wrong. I did too, until I discovered the simple framework you'll learn about in this episode of the Business of Architecture show.
 
Current Columbia GSAPP student Jarrett Ley speaks with Zeynep Çelik Alexander, who taught the course "Questions in Architectural History" at GSAPP in the Fall of 2016 and delivered the school's 2017 Detlef Mertens Lecture on the History of Modernity. Alexander is an associate professor at the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Desi ...…
 
Today is the second half of my interview with Mette Aamodt, co-founder of the architecture firm Aamodt / Plumb, and founder of the slow space movement. In today's episode you'll discover what the Slow Space Movement is, and how it represents the next evolution of design thinking and ethical architecture. You'll also discover: what Einstein's th ...…
 
Most people are familiar with at least one version of the birth control pill’s packaging — a round plastic disc which opens like a shell and looks like a makeup compact. But the pill wasn’t always packaged this way. The … Continue reading →
 
Archispeak continues their summer vacation as we visit Fallingwater in part two of our architectural adventures. Photo by Cormac Phalen This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifications, CAD details, BIM Objects and more, free of charge, with no registration ...…
 
Third-year M.Arch student Ayesha Ghosh speaks with Fabrizio Barozzi, who co-founded Barozzi Veiga with Alberto Veiga in 2004. The Barcelona-based practice has won numerous competitions and their work has won awards throughout Europe. In this conversation, which took place on the occasion of his lecture at Columbia GSAPP on April 12, 2017, Baroz ...…
 
Today's incredible guest is Mette Aamodt, co-founder of Aamodt / Plumb, a design firm focused on high-end residential design. Mette Aamodt is also the founder of the slow space movement, which you'll hear about in part 2 of our interview. In this episode, you'll discover: the mindset architects need to embrace if they want to make the 'big buck ...…
 
This is the story of a curvy, kidney-shaped swimming pool born in Northern Europe that had a huge ripple effect on popular culture in Southern California and landscape architecture in Northern California, and then the world. A documentary in three … Continue reading →
 
Third-year M.Arch student A.L. Hu speaks with Catherine Johnson and Rebecca Rudolph of Design, Bitches on the occasion of their lecture at Columbia GSAPP on September 19, 2016. They discuss the firm's origins and the nature of their collaboration; finding inspiration in the rebellious spirit of Los Angeles culture including fashion, contemporar ...…
 
Today we speak with Siri Zanelli and Alasdair Dixon of the UK-based architecture firm Collective Works. Collective works is a young firm with an impressive portfolio and business model. In this episode, you'll hear how the owners of the company have created a network of talent to help them design and deliver their projects. You'll also discover ...…
 
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99% Invisible
 
The 1968 Olympics took place in Mexico City, Mexico. It was the first games ever hosted in a Latin American country. And for Mexico City, the event was an opportunity to show the world that they were a metropolis as … Continue reading →
 
Come with Archispeak as we explore our summer vacations and discuss how travel enhances your architectural career in part one of our architectural adventures. The Pann Family enjoying The High Line in New York City This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifica ...…
 
Jorge Otero-Pailos, director of Columbia GSAPP's Historic Preservation Program, speaks with British cultural historian Robert Hewison during the Spring 2017 Semester, when Hewison taught the course “John Ruskin and the 19th Century” at Columbia GSAPP. They discuss Hewison’s life-long fascination and study of John Ruskin, teaching students to dr ...…
 
Today Sally Arnold talks about what it takes to achieve high performance. Sally Arnold is an Australian-based business coach, who grew up with an architect for a father. Listen to this episode to discover Sally's tips for unlocking your hidden potential.
 
“You should do a story…” is the first line to a lot of the conversations you have when you work at 99pi. This week we look into a bunch of those stories suggested by our listeners and present them to … Continue reading →
 
Today we speak with Lance Cayko and Alex Gore, partners at the architecture and design firm, F9 Production based out of Longmont, Colorado. These guys are great examples of the entrepreneurial spirit. Since starting their firm in 2009, they've grown both the size and scale of the projects they work on, including a current project where they are ...…
 
Selva Gürdoğan, director of Columbia GSAPP’s Studio-X Istanbul speak with Ziad Jamaleddine of L.E.FT Architects about his research on the history of mosque design, which was captured in the exhibition Praygrounds at Studio-X Istanbul during March and April 2017. Ziad Jamaleddine is on faculty at Columbia GSAPP, and co-founded L.E.FT with Makram ...…
 
In the 1992, the Baltimore Orioles opened their baseball season at a brand new stadium called Oriole Park at Camden Yards, right along the downtown harbor. The stadium was small and intimate, built with brick and iron trusses—a throwback to … Continue reading →
 
For Archispeak episode 117, we discuss how we stay motivated during the months and often years long process that is architecture. Along the way, we explore if external motivators really work or if what we really want is autometry, mastery and purpose from the practice. What Evan calls, "Weekend Fun." - He's the one on the right. This episode of ...…
 
Third-year M.Arch student Stella Ioannidou speaks with Point Supreme co-founders Konstantinos Pantazis and Marianna Rentzou on the occasion of their lecture at Columbia GSAPP (https://www.arch.columbia.edu/events/463-point-supreme) on March 20, 2017. Point Supreme was founded in Athens in 2008, one year before the Greek economic crisis. Pantazi ...…
 
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