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Best Architecture Education podcasts — Strategies and tips (Updated October 2019; 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.
 
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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Archispeak
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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 ...
 
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.
 
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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Before 1992, the easiest way to run the time off the clock in a soccer game was just to pass the ball to the goalkeeper, who could pick the ball up, and hold it for a few seconds before throwing it back into play. This was considered by some to be unsportsmanlike and bad for spectators. So in 1992, the International Football Association Board, ...…
 
Marina Tabassum in Conversation with Amale Andraos. In this podcast episode, Dean Amale Andros speaks with architect Marina Tabassum about architectural design that respects and prioritizes local communities, contexts, and civic aspects of city life. Marina Tabassum is Founder of Dhaka-based Marina Tabassum Architects (MTA), and Director of Aca ...…
 
Today, there are more than a hundred abandoned asylums in the United States that, to many people, probably seem scary and imposing, but not so long ago they weren't seen as scary at all. Many of them were built part of a treatment regimen developed by a singular Philadelphia doctor named Thomas Story Kirkbride. Kirkbride was obsessed with archi ...…
 
Torkwase Dyson in Conversation with Mabel Wilson.Episode 76 features an excerpt from a conversation between Professor Mabel O. Wilson and New York-based artist Torkwase Dyson about her recently opened exhibition 1919: Black Water. On view at Columbia GSAPP’s Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery through December 14, 2019, the exhibition includes new ...…
 
There’s an idea in city planning called “informal urbanism.” Some people call it “do-it-yourself urbanism.” Informal urbanism covers all the ways people try to change their community that isn’t through city planning or some kind of official process. If you’ve put up a homemade sign warning people not to sit on a broken bench, that’s DIY urbanis ...…
 
What makes a home look the way it looks? How do you approach designing a home based on where you are designing it and what style to you like? In Episode 85 of The Architecture Happy Hour podcast, co-hosts and architects, Laura Davis and Holly Hall talk about influences that shape home design. In this episode How we are enjoying our new office W ...…
 
Jesse LeCavalier in Conversation with Emma Macdonald.In episode #75, Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices (MSCCCP) student Emma Macdonald speaks with architect Jesse LeCavalier about his research around the global emergence of new public infrastructures. Jesse LeCavalier is the author of The Rule of Logistics: Walmart and the Architec ...…
 
Donald Trump took office 977 days ago, and it has been exhausting. Independent of where you are politically, I think we can all agree that the news cycle coming out of Washington DC has been very intense for anyone who has been paying attention at all. One of the reasons for the fervor is Trump’s role as a very norm breaking president. If you l ...…
 
DK Osseo-Asare and Naeem Biviji in Conversation with Mpho MatsipaIn this podcast episode, we continue the conversation around making culture in Nairobi, Lagos, Accra/Tema, and Johannesburg. Faculty Mpho Matsipa speaks with designers DK Osseo-Asare and Naeem Biviji about their making processes, which explore local craftsmanship and low-cost & sm ...…
 
Everything in Bethel, Alaska comes in by cargo plane or barge, and even when something stops working, it’s often too expensive and too inconvenient to get it out again. So junk accumulates. Diane McEachern has been a resident of Bethel for about 20 years, and she’s made it her personal mission to count every single dead car in the city. Dead ca ...…
 
Nifemi Marcus-Bello and Thabisa Mjo in Conversation with Mpho Matispa. In this podcast episode hosted by faculty Mpho Matsipa, makers Nifemi Marcus-Bello and Thabisa Mjo bring us on their journey to integrate cultural heritage and unique craftsmanship in local communities to create economic viability in Africa. Nifemi Marcus-Bello is the founde ...…
 
This is the newly updated 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 parts with a brand new update about how this episode resulted in a brand new skate p ...…
 
Waiting is something that we all do every day, but our experience of waiting, varies radically depending on the context. And it turns out that design can completely change whether a five minute wait feels reasonable or completely unbearable. Transparency is key. Wait Wait...Tell Me!By Roman Mars.
 
Recently at a restaurant I bought a soda fountain for each of my kids - a special treat that doesn't happen very often. My daughter asked me a very interesting question - why would anyone buy an extra large soda when they can get free refills. Good question.By Enoch Bartlett Sears.
 
Once again, we’re joined by Rion Willard, the host of Business of Architecture UK, as we get right into the nitty-gritty of the interviewing process. Some of us like to fancy ourselves great conversationalists but even professionals, in their excitement, sometimes forget the most important element of an interview: the guest. For part 2, Rion an ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: Lessons from the Burger Shack Recently we went out for dinner for my son's 12th birthday. He wanted to get burgers at Five Guys, a popular burger spot. As we were ordering, I noticed a number of certificates on the call above the cash register. In today's update, you'll discover one critical key for building a 'Class A' tea ...…
 
Recently I took my kids to the burger shack for my son's 12th birthday dinner. My wife was out of town and this was his special request. While there, I was reminded of an important lesson about getting what you want out of life. Helping you get what you want is why I created the DREAM Practice Accelerator - to help you build a practice built on ...…
 
Before we turned our phones to silent or vibrate, there was a time when everyone had ringtones -- when the song your phone played really said something about you. These simple, 15 second melodies were disposable, yet highly personal trinkets. They started with monophonic bleeps and bloops and eventually became actual clips of real songs. And it ...…
 
Today, I’m joined by Rion Willard, the host of Business of Architecture UK, as we look back on our experience in running our individual podcasts. Opening up and sharing your process to an audience can be quite daunting - the anxiety, the shaky first few steps, the very loud, very annoying, hesitant inner voice. What do you even talk about? Why? ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: A Time to Speak, A Time to Listen Have you ever done or something really stupid that makes you cringe when you think on it? Back when I was a newly minted architect I did such a thing. Listen to today's episode to discover my dirty little secret. Many firm owners want to get to the next level in their practice, or set up th ...…
 
Last week while camping I saw a sheepdog stalking a chipmunk sitting on a log. The dog stared intently at the chipmunk while remaining perfectly still. Every so often, the dog would take one small step forward. The chipmunk remained frozen ... perhaps wondering what was happening. I didn't stay to watch the conclusion of the battle of the dog v ...…
 
There are many walls in Belfast which physically separate Protestant neighborhoods from Catholic ones. Some are fences that you can see through, while others are made of bricks and steel. Many have clearly been reinforced over time: a cinderblock wall topped with corrugated iron, then topped with razor wire, stretching up towards the sky. Many ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: Manufacture Lack of Competition and Dominate Your Market - the parable of Marshmallow Marketing. This past weekend we camped at Huntington Lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains - sailing and getting dirty. Upon arrival (a 2 1/2 hour drive), we discovered that we'd forgotten a critical camping item ... the marshmallows. The ki ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: why referrals can be your firm's death knell. I know today's post will be controversial - you'll discover why depending on word-of-mouth alone can be a death knell for your architecture firm. To discover how to escape the referral / death knell cycle, register for my next FREE Architect Masterclass on the 4 keys to building ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: One Key to Winning Better Projects and Clients. Recently I went to the auto parts store buy some oil for my car. I walked through the store and was greeted by an entire wall of oil - expensive oil, cheap oil, brand name oil and no-name oil, high performance oil and well ... regular oil. This got me thinking about the founda ...…
 
During the depths of the Depression in the late 1930s, 300 craftspeople came together for two years to build an enormous scale model of the City of San Francisco. This Works Progress Administration (WPA) project was conceived as a way of putting artists to work while also creating a planning tool for the city to imagine its future. The massive ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: One Critical Sales Mistake Architects Make Truth be told, we architects don't think of ourselves as 'selling.' That's a dirty word. Architects are artists, we create not sell ... right? Semantics aside, we're ALWAYS selling, as author Daniel Pink eloquently points out in his book, "To Sell is Human." In today's ArchitectCEO ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: today's topic is ... One Critical Mistake Architecture Firm Owners Make (everyone makes this mistake - me too). The other day I got a package from Amazon, and I noticed something remarkable about the box. Listen to today's ArchitectCEO Update to discover the parable of the Amazon box. Discover how to prevent this mist ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: today's parable is - Little Whiteboard. When I work out in the morning, I use a small whiteboard to track how exercises I've done. Recently, I did a workout that included a set of complex movements repeated 10 times. I'm not sure, but I think that somewhere along the line I lost track of the number of rounds I'd done. ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Update: the parable of Lollipops at the Carwash. The other day I was driving around with my two oldest daughters (14 yrs and 12yrs old) and decided to drop by the car wash. My oldest daughter asked excitedly, "Ooh, can I get a lollipop?" "Don't you think you're a little old to be getting lollipops from the car wash?" I joked with a ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: today's parable is - Milk on the Back Wall. As my wife and I were driving home today from the gym at 6 am I realized that we're out of bananas at home for my daily smoothie. Oh no! Red light emergency! ;) So we dropped by our local grocery store to pick up bananas - and some milk. There I was - armed with my mission: ...…
 
Farmers have known for centuries that putting a hive of honeybees in an orchard results in more blossoms becoming cherries, almonds, apples and the like. Yet it’s only in the last 30 years that pollination services have become such an enormous part of American agriculture. Today, bees have become more livestock than wild creatures, little winge ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: parable of the Giant Sequoia. Recently I visit Sequoia National Park, which is a 45 minute drive from my home. This national sanctuary in the Sierra Nevada mountains is home to the largest living things on the planet - the magnificent Sequoiadendron Giganteum trees, otherwise known as Giant Redwoods. The oldest of the ...…
 
Today's ArchitectCEO Update: Stretch Yourself Old Man! Understanding the difference between symptom and cause is key to adopting the CEO mindset. Recently while working out I pulled my lower back. This injury stopped me from working out for over a week because I had to take time off to recover. I realized that this recurring injury is a symptom ...…
 
The topic of today's ArchitectCEO Daily Update is: my firm is in chaos. This morning when I came home from the gym I was greeted by an amazing sight. More on that later, first let me tell you about a call I had with an architecture firm owner who lamented, "my firm is in chaos!" Remember that clip from Jurassic Park where Ian Malcolm explains C ...…
 
The topic of today's ArchitectCEO Daily Update is: is your bar crooked? Yesterday I was exercising at my local Crossfit gym doing a barbell exercise. The barbell is the long horizontal steel bar with weights on each end. I was working with an adjustable rack that allows me to adjust the height of the bar. Each column support on the rack has hol ...…
 
When confronted with trash piling up on a median in front of their home in Oakland, Dan and Lu Stevenson decided to try something unusual: they would install a statue of the Buddha to watch over the place. When asked by Criminal’s Phoebe Judge why they chose this particular religious figure, Dan explained simply: “He’s neutral.” He’s Still Neut ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: Today's parable is 'everything is connected.' I haven't been sleeping well recently. Perhaps this also happens to you. I go to bed at a decent hour, and then I toss and turn all night long and wake up feeling groggy and sleepy. Because I'm tired, my energy is low throughout the day and I don't show up as my best self ...…
 
ArchitectCEO Daily Update: Recently, while walking with my wife, we were talking about an upcoming trip with the Boy Scouts (my son is part of the group). I and two other leaders took a group of boys ages 11 - 16 to Santa Cruz Island off the coast of California. We were talking about the meals we'd be eating and I made a joke about dining on a ...…
 
Today, we welcome Architect Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido to the Business of Architecture show. Francisco was the former President of JAHN and founder international architecture firm, FGP Atelier. In this episode, you'll hear about Francisco's journey from joining competitions, working for with a firm and running his own practice. He'll share the t ...…
 
Men are often the default subjects of design, which can have a huge impact on big and critical aspects of everyday life. Caroline Criado Perez is the author of Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, a book about how data from women is ignored and how this bakes in bias and discrimination in the things we design. Invisible Women…
 
Are you an architecture firm owner? In today's ArchitectCEO update, you'll discover the parable of the pulled back muscle. Recently I sprained my back while lifting weights. In the past, I've thought the culprit was a weak lower back muscle, but now I know this isn't the case. In today's video you'll discover the true cause of the pulled back m ...…
 
Vivian Le is on a mission that requires equal parts science, philosophy, and daring, in search of something that’s been hotly contested for decades: the world's largest ball of twine. Goodness Gracious Great Balls of TwineBy Roman Mars.
 
The topic of today's ArchitectCEO Update is: herding kids. Every year my kids swim on the swim team. This year, two of my kids qualified for the time trials. The kids who get the best times at the time trials get to participate in the regional finals here in Central California. Running one of these meets is a huge logistical challenge. Not to m ...…
 
Today we welcome Scott Valentine to the Business of Architecture show. Scott is the founder of Valé Architects, based in Brisbane, Australia. I brought Scott on the show because of the way that he's doing content marketing in his practice. His practice is a blend of traditional architectural services and online content and courses focused on th ...…
 
Topic Archispeak wraps up the technology series with a discussion of the BIM BOP Conference, held June 28, 2019 on the University of Southern California (USC) campus. Evan Troxel presenting at the 2019 BIM BOP, photo by Nancy Reyes Sponsor ARCAT: Search the ARCAT libraries for architectural building products to find specifications, CAD details, ...…
 
Sand is so tiny and ubiquitous that it's easy to take for granted. But in his book The World in a Grain, author Vince Beiser traces the history of sand, exploring how it fundamentally shaped the world as we know it. "Sand is actually the most important solid substance on Earth," he argues. "It's the literal foundation of modern civilization." P ...…
 
How to get your architecture firm to run independent of you: the ArchitectCEO Daily Update. As a small architecture firm owner, you're a bottleneck in your firm. How do you unchain yourself from the day-to-day operations of the firm so you can focus on the things that are the best use of your time and focus, instead of the administrative minuti ...…
 
Today I welcome Kevin Collins back to the show. Kevin Collins is the Underwriting Manager for the Professional Liability program at Victor O. Schinnerer & Company, one of the largest providers of professional liability insurance for architects and engineers. We discuss 3 things to consider from an insurance perspective when a firm is going thro ...…
 
Sprayed by the pool vacuum - the ArchitectCEO Daily update. Hey architect nation! Today's parable is: sprayed by the pool vacuum. So the other day I was walking out by the pool in my backyard. The pool has an automatic vacuum that cleans up debris that falls into the pool. On the end of this vacuum is a hose that sweeps back and forth across th ...…
 
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