Best Architecture Education podcasts — Strategies and tips (Updated November 2017; image)
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99% Invisible
Weekly
 
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
Monthly+
 
What’s it really like to work in architecture? The hosts of Archispeak know, and they’re here to share real life experiences. Since 2012 Evan Troxel, Neal Pann, and Cormac Phalen have been podcasting their brand of real talk on everything from design, tools, and work/life balance to generational differences, mentoring, job hunting and more. Probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unique insights have grown their audience and become a bi-monthly ritual for students and seasoned professi ...
 
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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 principals Laura Davis and Holly Hall 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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Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee speak with Amale Andraos in this first of six conversations recorded live at the conference “Making Books Now” on September 15, 2017. The conference was co-organized by Columbia GSAPP and the Chicago Architecture Biennial on the occasion of the Biennial’s opening at the Chicago Cultural Center, and was hosted by GSA ...…
 
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99% Invisible
 
For a long time, anti-counterfeiting laws made it illegal to show US currency in movies. Now you can show real money, but fake money is often preferred. Creating fake money that doesn’t break the law, but looks real enough for film, is a tough design challenge. Money Makers
 
In today's episode we speak with a remarkable entrepreneur, educator and architect. Ricardo Álvarez‐Díaz is the founding principal of Álvarez‐Díaz & Villalón, an award-winning architecture and interior design practice with offices in San Juan Puerto Rico and Miami Florida. Álvarez‐Díaz is President of the Puerto Rico Builders Association. He se ...…
 
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with GSAPP Associate Professor Malo Hutson, who teaches in Urban Planning and directs the school’s Urban Community and Health Equity Lab. The interdisciplinary research lab operates at the intersection of health inequalities and urban planning, and collaborates with community groups, students, and academic and professi ...…
 
When a new movie comes out, most of the praise goes to the director and the lead actors, but there are so many other people involved in a film, and a lot of them are designers. There are costume designers and set designers, but also graphic designers working behind the scenes on every single graphic object that you might need in a film. It’s An ...…
 
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Archispeak
 
In episode 128, Archispeak delves into the mind of an architect and discusses how learning more about oneself can assist you to build more effective teams in your office. Play the, "Guess the Archispeak Host DISC Profile" game! This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to f ...…
 
Andrew Davis, second-year student in the Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices Program at Columbia GSAPP, speaks with Mexican Architect Frida Escobedo, whose exhibition ‘No. 9’ opened at the Arthur Ross Architectural Gallery on October 20, 2017.They discuss the tension between social and historical time, and how that can shape understan ...…
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
Today we speak with Keith Houchin of SB Architects about his top business tips including: How to "wow" your clients with architectural visualization (it isn't just about the image) Tips for picking the right rendering company that matches your budget The project 'kickstart' process that gets everyone on the team aligned and reduces future problems…
 
Back in the 1950s, St. Louis was segregated and The Ville was one of the only African-American neighborhoods in the city. The community was prosperous. Black-owned businesses thrived and the neighborhood was filled with the lovely, ornate brick homes the city has become famous for. But driving around The Ville today, the neighborhood looks very ...…
 
James Brillon, a third-year M.Arch student at Columbia GSAPP, speaks with Joe Noero of Noero Architects on the occasion of his lecture at the school on October 16, 2017.They discuss the relationship between democracy and architecture and how this is expressed in Noero’s Table House project: stacking structures that provide shack dwellers with a ...…
 
Discover the 3-step client attraction process to win better projects, more consistently. In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll hear the 2nd part of my presentation on how to become an in-demand architecture firm in 12 months, not 12 years. The Summit is the Architect Marketing Institute's yearly event where our coachin ...…
 
New York was built at the mouth of the Hudson River, and that fertile estuary environment was filled with all kinds of marine life. But one creature in particular shaped the landscape: the oyster. It is estimated that trillions of oysters once surrounded New York City, filtering bacteria and acting as a natural buffer against storm surges. Over ...…
 
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Archispeak
 
In episode 127, Archispeak looks back at attending the Monterey Design Conference and Façades+ in LA. Oh, and Evan hates dogs and Cormac likes the beach. Photo by Neal Pann 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, ...…
 
Discover how to apply client-attracting, inbound marketing strategies for your architecture firm so that you can pick and choose the projects you work on. In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover how to become an in-demand architecture firm in 12 months, not 12 years. Discover how to increase the caliber and qual ...…
 
Columbia GSAPP student Jarrett Ley speaks with James Wines on the occasion of his lecture at the school on October 9, 2017. Wines founded SITE, an environmental art and design organization, in New York City in 1970. His architecture, landscape and public space designs have been influential for decades. The work is based on a response to surroun ...…
 
There are a lot of Gothic churches in Spain, but this one is different. It doesn’t look like a Gothic cathedral. It looks organic, like it was built out of bones or sand. But there’s another thing that sets it apart from your average old Gothic cathedral: it isn’t actually old. Gaudí wasn’t able to build very much of his famous church before he ...…
 
Discover how this architect built a business that allows her to help more people, and gives her the impact, freedom and flexibility that matches her family lifestyle. In 2013, architect Amelia Lee had a big year, personally and professionally. It started with a personal tragedy and culminated with a trip to Uganda to meet people courageously (a ...…
 
GSAPP faculty and alumni Justin Garret Moore (M.Arch/MSUD '04) speaks with alumni Rosanne Haggerty (MSRED '89) on the occasion of her lecture at the school on October 2, 2017. Haggerty is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Community Solutions, an organization dedicated to building effective local housing systems and creating new models ...…
 
The United States is one of just a handful of countries that that isn’t officially metric. Instead, Americans measure things our own way, in units that are basically inscrutable to non-Americans, nearly all of whom have been brought up in an all-metric environment. Most of the world uses meters, liters, and kilograms, not yards, gallons, and po ...…
 
When analyzing an architectural project, can you tell what the big idea was? Join Archispeak in episode 126 as we help you to be a better architect by establishing a vision so you can be the life of the Parti. The Big Idea! - Photo by Neal Pann This episode of Archispeak is sponsored by: ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural build ...…
 
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with Mimi Hoang and Eric Bunge, founding partners of nARCHITECTS. Hoang and Bunge are Adjunct Assistant Professors at Columbia GSAPP, where they teach Core Architecture Studios. In this episode, they discuss the need to rethink a building’s interaction with the city and its occupants, teaching students to consider typo ...…
 
It’s hard to overstate the vastness of the Skid Row neighborhood in Los Angeles. It spans roughly 50 blocks, which is about a fifth of the entire downtown area of Los Angeles. It’s very clear when you’ve entered Skid Row. The sidewalks are mostly occupied by makeshift homes. A dizzying array of tarps and tents stretch out for blocks, improvised ...…
 
Today is a UK edition of the Business of Architecture. In this episode, my co-host Rion Willard speaks with Jason Bruges, an experience designer and the director of Jason Bruges Studio. After being educated and trained as an architect, Jason moved over into experience design. Today Jason Bruges reveals how he leveraged his training in architect ...…
 
James Brillon, third-year M.Arch student at Columbia GSAPP, speaks with Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa of Ensamble Studio on the occasion of their lecture at the school on September 25, 2017. They discuss the firm’s recent participation in the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the need for embedding localized notions of prefabrication in the d ...…
 
Today is a UK edition of the Business of Architecture show. In this episode my co-host Rion Willard speaks with Kyle Buchanan, one of the Directors of Archio, an architecture firm with offices in London and Cheltenham. The firm specializes in housing and public buildings. Kyle Buchanan talks about how he inherited his firm from his father, and ...…
 
Among the most important advances in sports technology, few can compete with the invention of the sports bra. Following the passage of Title IX in 1972, women’s interest in athletics surged. But their breasts presented an obstacle. Bouncing breasts hurt, as women getting in on the jogging craze found out. Then some friends in Vermont had an ide ...…
 
Archispeak catches a bug, but gets into the zone as we discuss the positive psychology flow and its relationship to working in the architectural profession. 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 ...…
 
Justin Romeo, a second year Urban Planning student at Columbia GSAPP, speaks with Meng Yan of Urbanus on the occasion of his lecture at the school on September 18, 2017. They discuss the relationship between research and design in the Urbanus office, and Meng Yan's plans for the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, which he is co-curating ...…
 
Today is a UK edition of the Business of Architecture podcast. On this episode, co-host Rion Willard interviews Simon Hallion, the owner of Shared Architecture based in London. Discover Simon Hallion's top 3 pieces of advice for future (and current) firm leaders. You'll also discover: Simon's strategy for winning against larger, better-funded f ...…
 
Ponte City Tower, the brutalist cylindrical high-rise that towers over Johannesburg, has gone from a symbol of white opulence to something far more complicated. It’s gone through very hard times, but also it’s hopeful. It’s a microcosm of the South Africa’s history, but it’s also a place that moves on. And to this day, this strange concrete tub ...…
 
Paul Makovsky of Metropolis Magazine speaks with four recent members of the GSAPP Incubator: Michelle Young, Untapped Cities; Bika Rebek, SibilaSoon; Lauren Johnson, QSPACE; and Chris Barley, Consortia. They discuss their respective projects, how these were developed during their time at the Incubator, and what is coming up next in their work.…
 
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Business of Architecture Podcast
 
Today is a UK edition of the Business of Architecture. On this episode, co-host Rion Willard interviews Simon Hallion, the owner of Shared Architecture based in London. When Simon started his firm, he moved from Nottingham, (which you know is the home of the infamous Sherrif of Nottingham) to London. His business contacts were in Nottingham, so ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Help us welcome our new co-host, Holly Hall, architect and interior designer at hpd architecture + interiors in Dallas, Texas. Holly shares stories about growing up around architecture and going from a journalism major in college to being one of only a few women in the architecture program at the University of Texas. We'll hear about changing t ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Discover what you should be measuring in your architecture firm to increase your profitability, staff satisfaction, and impact. Today we are joined by Steven Burns, FAIA, Chief Creative Officer of BQE Software. In today's episode, Steven shares a few key financial indicators that you should watch as an architecture firm owner. He also tells us ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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