Best Buildings podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future. With Luke Jones and George Gingell.
 
A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future. With Luke Jones and George Gingell.
 
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Buildings on Air is a show that demystifies architecture through wild speculation, good conversation, a healthy dose of lefty political perspective, and lots of skepticism about the 'power of design.' Each show features guests from the many different facets of the architecture world in Chicago and beyond. Buildings on Air is from WLPN Lumpen Radio and hosted by Keefer Dunn. New episodes broadcast LIVE on WLPN first Saturdays of the month from 2-4pm. Visit www.buildingsonair.live and www.lump ...
 
People had been living in the lap of nature with least impact on the earth. In the past billions of people lived and left the earth, without many impacts. In the last 50 years, the ecological footprint is increasing as people are using exotic and non-sustainable materials in the construction of living spaces. In this podcast, all the aspects of traditional green buildings are presented.
 
Building Information Modeling (BIM) allows the design, engineering, and construction teams, along with the project owners and operators to design, build and operate buildings more efficiently. The audio show and web site provide information about BIM processes and practice for anyone involved in a BIM project. CreateBuildingsBetter.com is dedicated to keeping you informed about building information modeling.
 
A collection of videos highlighting new developments on the LSE estate.
 
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings opened in 1967 and has since developed into one of Britain's best known open-air museums and The National Telephone Kiosk Collection there forms part of BT's Connected Earth initiative. There are more than 25 telephone kiosks in the collection, representing most styles and designs, which have been restored and enhanced by brand new interpretive panels, featuring many historic images unearthed from the BT Archives. This download is for the video version ...
 
In an increasingly digital and urbanized world, how can we implement building technology best practices today, tomorrow, and into the future? Find out by subscribing to This Is Buildings, where we define what makes buildings "smart", as well as how to unlock their fullest potential in optimizing energy efficiency and creating best-in-class occupant experiences.
 
This is a podcast where we discuss all things buildings: from construction & build methods, to architecture, engineering, and systems designs.
 
Fear of Buildings explores science fiction stories written before 1920 that include the destruction of New York City. Dramatic readings, as well as analysis and history of their content.
 
Rome: a majestic city with a rich past, spanning over two and a half thousand years. What remains to be seen of ancient Rome? As the heart of the Roman Empire, ancient Rome’s archaeological remains have been studied and admired for centuries, many being well-preserved due to their incorporation into newer structures. This album explores the sites of some of the republican temples in Rome’s Campus Martius, and relates them to the men who built them. The Roman Forum, centre of political and so ...
 
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings opened in 1967 and has since developed into one of Britain's best known open-air museums and The National Telephone Kiosk Collection there forms part of BT's Connected Earth initiative. There are more than 25 telephone kiosks in the collection, representing most styles and designs, which have been restored and enhanced by brand new interpretive panels, featuring many historic images unearthed from the BT Archives.
 
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Buying a home can be overwhelming. There are many factors that need to be considered and decisions that need to be made. For many Americans, aesthetics often outweigh certain characteristics critical to a home’s success, such as health, comfort, and efficiency. To help us evaluate these critical characteristics, we’ve asked SWA’s Principal Mech ...…
 
Episode 283: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending September 16, 2018 features a cursory review of the 2018 CGNA Synergy Conference in Chicago; Elon Musk’s AI and the Future Podcast; Contemporary Controls heads to the Honeywell October Momentum in Orlando; and Functional Devices introduces their brand new logo. ...…
 
A short post-script to the Space Age episodes — we talked to Fred Scharmen about the mid 1970s NASA Space Settlements design study. You can read his essay at Places Journal where you can also see a selection of Rick Guidice and Don Davis’s illustrations. We’ll have a new full episode out very soon — Luke's graphic novel is here Support the show ...…
 
A short post-script to the Space Age episodes — we talked to Fred Scharmen about the mid 1970s NASA Space Settlements design study. You can read his essay at Places Journal where you can also see a selection of Rick Guidice and Don Davis’s illustrations. We’ll have a new full episode out very soon — Luke's graphic novel is here Support the show ...…
 
Hi Buildings on Air listeners! We didn’t have a live September episode (we’ll be back in October!) so we’ve uploaded something special to keep you going. This is audio from a very curious piece of propaganda called “The Dynamic American City.” To many of us, the urban ideas it advocates are entirely abhorrent - but as a historical document it i ...…
 
Mainstream demand for highly efficient, resilient, and cost-effective buildings is greater than ever before. More people are looking to integrate zero energy design and construction strategies without having to sacrifice modern conveniences and amenities. So, how do we implement solutions that enable us to use less energy… without feeling like ...…
 
Episode 282: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending September 9, 2018 continues with its international flavor with reportage from Tuscany, Italy. HVACR industry update and best States for technicians to work in; Register for Johnson Controls’ Custom Solution Webinar; EasyIO releases updated Education & Training ...…
 
Episode 281: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending September 2, 2018 is a truncated version of CTN from Eric’s hotel room in Rome, Italy, where we are joined periodically by his daughter, Evelyn Grace. Check out J2 Innovations’ Building Technologies Innovation Recap; Blue Ridge Technologies takes you from broke ...…
 
Air-source heat pumps (ASHPs) are a booming business. In the Northeast, manufacturers report that sales of residential systems have increased by 25-35% per year over the past 5-10 years. We’ve seen more and more systems being installed in all types of buildings. On this episode of Buildings and Beyond, Kelly sits down with her co-host and Princ ...…
 
Episode 280: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending August 26, 2018 provides advanced insight into the 2018 ControlTrends Awards, which will be held at Atlanta’s prestigious Fox Theatre — the perfect venue for the event. Marc Petock, our Master of Ceremonies, joins our discussion about the ControlTrends Awards a ...…
 
The second part of our discussion of '2001 — A Space Odyssey'. At a certain point quite early on we started referring to the Monolith as 'the Obelisk' and neither of us noticed. Oh well. Thanks for listening and let us know your thoughts. Support the show on Patreon to receive bonus content for every show. Follow us on twitter // instagram // f ...…
 
The second part of our discussion of '2001 — A Space Odyssey'. At a certain point quite early on we started referring to the Monolith as 'the Obelisk' and neither of us noticed. Oh well. Thanks for listening and let us know your thoughts. Support the show on Patreon to receive bonus content for every show. Follow us on twitter // instagram // f ...…
 
There are approximately 57 million Americans living with disabilities in the United States; worldwide, people with disabilities make up 15% of our population. Given this information, we must do our part to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to opportunities afforded to everyone – starting with equal access to buildings. This ...…
 
Episode 279: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending August 19, 2018 delivers a host of industry news and updates, featuring another FlashBack Friday: What Scotland and Smart Buildings Have in Common. Lots new at EASYIO Americas; Lynxspring brings on two new business development partners; Tridium Technical Bullet ...…
 
By the end of 2050, solar energy is projected to be the world’s largest source of electricity. While utility-scale solar will comprise much of this capacity, there will also be significant growth in the commercial and residential sectors – particularly in cities. On episode three of Buildings and Beyond, Kelly interviews SWA’s solar expert, Eri ...…
 
Episode 278: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending August 12, 2018, finds automatedbuildings.com’s Ken Sinclair stepping in as co-host for the vacationing Ken Smyers, who is in Mexico (confounded with intermittent internet). The fascinating Lawrence Ampofo, one of the worlds foremost authorities on digital mind ...…
 
This episode of Buildings on Air! We chat with economist Michael Roberts about the causes and effects of the 2008 Housing Bubble and ensuing Great Recession and have an extra nerdy, long, and edifying mailbag with regulars Ann Lui and Craig Reschke. We also have a clip from fellow Lumpen Radio show Radio Free Bridgeport about some urbgan planni ...…
 
As we continue to uncover the human health impacts associated with buildings – a space in which we spend 87% of our lives – it is important that we find new and innovative methods of construction to improve overall health and quality of life for occupants. On this episode of Buildings and Beyond, Robb sits down with SWA’s Managing Director of S ...…
 
Episode 277: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending August 5, 2018, continues its inquiry into the humanization of buildings — talking a deep-dive around Ken Sinclair’s August editorial theme, the “Building Whisperer.” Honeywell announces Momentum 2018 — You’ve Got Connections!; 2018 Energy Exchange and Building ...…
 
Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film 2001 a space odyssey is the iconic depiction of space travel, channeling the optimism and excitement of radical advances in space exploration and technology. It’s an uncompromising, utterly singular film, whose vision of a possible future is carried through comprehensively. Its scope and ambition are still basically ...…
 
Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film 2001 a space odyssey is the iconic depiction of space travel, channeling the optimism and excitement of radical advances in space exploration and technology. It’s an uncompromising, utterly singular film, whose vision of a possible future is carried through comprehensively. Its scope and ambition are still basically ...…
 
Extreme energy efficiency, superior thermal comfort, and ensured durability: these are the three major concepts behind the Passive House standard. First developed in Germany in the 1990’s, this building performance standard has evolved into a worldwide model for high performance construction which has been applied to a wide range of building ty ...…
 
Episode 276: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending July 30, 2018 features another field interview update from Aaron Gorka, Innovation Manager, ANT Technologies; Sentient Buildings’ David Unger at Realcomm20/IBcon Live; Vykon releases Niagara 4.6; Honeywell Name Reveal: Resideo; Blue Ridge Technologies’ Dennis S ...…
 
On today’s episode, Kath Williams is the president of Kath Williams and Associates. Kath Williams and Associates is a collaborative of creative independent contractors who come together to support innovative projects worldwide. Their goal is to change the way buildings are designed, built and operated through aggressive learning and continuous ...…
 
Episode 275: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending July 22, 2018 features interviews with Therese Sullivan, Director of Channel Marketing at Tridium, and Alper Uzmezler, Managing Partner, BASSG and Founder of Anka Labs. Contemporary Controls introduces their new EIGR Routers; Lynxspring offers Analytics at the ...…
 
The 1990s were when computers really entered the mainstream of architecture. The rise of personal computing, with wider access to inexpensive machines, the world wide web, advances in software and hardware, all took place against the background of global political transformation that at the time was theorised as the End of History, the breakup ...…
 
The 1990s were when computers really entered the mainstream of architecture. The rise of personal computing, with wider access to inexpensive machines, the world wide web, advances in software and hardware, all took place against the background of global political transformation that at the time was theorised as the End of History, the breakup ...…
 
Episode 274: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending July 15, 2018, features Ken Sinclair, owner and editor Automated Buildings, who shares some more of his amazing industry voyage (viewers and listeners will be richly rewarded). Siemens puts the pedal to the metal on its way to “Perfect Places” — adding Building ...…
 
We are excited to introduce our new podcast, Buildings and Beyond! Join us as we explore how we can create a more sustainable built environment by focusing on efficiency, accessibility, and health. Check out the trailer to find out what we have in store for season 1. And be sure to subscribe to Buildings and Beyond so you don’t miss any of our ...…
 
This episode of Buildings on Air we chat with Neil Loehlein and Andrea Hektor, members of the International Socialist Organization in town for the Socialism 2018 conference, about left-perspectives on infrastructure. Then we answer your listener questions about buildings with guest mailbag correspondent Tom Lee. And last but not least we chat w ...…
 
On today’s episode, we will be talking about how in floor radiant heating and cooling systems work. Our guest, Devon Abilon, will share the ins and outs of heating and cooling systems. Devon Abilon is the Business Development Manager at Uponor North America. He has over 23 years’ experience in HVAC and plumbing industries with a focus on high p ...…
 
We now have a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Projects like the Villa Stein and Villa Savoye are icons of modernist architecture — among the most famous of all modern buildings — images and symbols of what modern architecture is. Below all the machine age crispness, there's also a certain amount of weird ...…
 
We now have a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Projects like the Villa Stein and Villa Savoye are icons of modernist architecture — among the most famous of all modern buildings — images and symbols of what modern architecture is. Below all the machine age crispness, there's also a certain amount of weird ...…
 
Episode 273: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending July 1, 2018, features a discussion with industry expert, Chief Communications Officer and Vice President at Lynxspring, Marc Petock, who provides unique insight into this week’s industry events and trends challenging and changing business as usual. 2018 Realco ...…
 
We now have a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanerret's 'Five Points' (1926) were an attempt to condense the fundamental structural and design principles underlying their new architecture. Drawing on the discoveries made during design and construction of their early villa projec ...…
 
We now have a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanerret's 'Five Points' (1926) were an attempt to condense the fundamental structural and design principles underlying their new architecture. Drawing on the discoveries made during design and construction of their early villa projec ...…
 
This is the second episode of "This Is Buildings", a podcast from Tyler Haak of Schneider Electric where we discuss how industry stakeholders can incorporate building technology best practices today, tomorrow, and into the future.As a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Ele ...…
 
Episode 272: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending June 24, 2018 brings us to the mid-year point of 2018 (already). Stay on top of the HVAC and Building Automation industries: Get your Niagara 3.8 and Niagara 4.4 updates; Great interviews from 2018 Realcomm|IBcon with Distech’s Ryan Sen and Charles Pelletier, a ...…
 
Episode 271: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending June 17, 2018 features an interview with Ken Sinclair (recently returned from Helsinki, Finland), who delivers an amazing account of the European thought process when it comes to our common denominators: buildings, occupants, and trends. Aaron Gorka travels to ...…
 
This is the second episode of "This Is Buildings", a podcast from Tyler Haak of Schneider Electric where we discuss how industry stakeholders can incorporate building technology best practices today, tomorrow, and into the future.As a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Ele ...…
 
We’re launching a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Bernard Rudofsky’s exhibition Architecture Without Architects at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1964 — and the fantastically successful book which followed it, have become an iconic polemic in support of the architectural ‘vernacular’. Ever-keen ...…
 
We’re launching a Patreon — you can subscribe to get additional content for every episode. Bernard Rudofsky’s exhibition Architecture Without Architects at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1964 — and the fantastically successful book which followed it, have become an iconic polemic in support of the architectural ‘vernacular’. Ever-keen ...…
 
Episode 270: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending June 10, 2018, features an amazing capture of the 2018 Realcomm|IBcon Conference from Las Vegas with recaps of Day 1 and Day 2 and interviews from a host of industry experts: Stephen Johnson, McKenney’s Inc., Leroy Walden, Highrose Consultants; Ron Zimmer, CABA ...…
 
There was no live episode of Buildings on Air this month since the regular BoA crowd was away at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Luckily, we have your back and brought a piece of Venice home in the form of an audio recording! The panel, hosted by the U.S. Pavilion curators at the Biennale was organized by The Architecture Lobby, a labor advoc ...…
 
Episode 269: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending June 3, 2018, features a review of the 2018 Realcomm|IBcon Conference in Las Vegas; updates on Johnson Controls’ Verasys Plug-and-Play Control System for Light Commercial Buildings; Project Haystack Connections Magazine Spring 2018 Issue: “Tagging the World of ...…
 
A home is a living space and much moreBy saibhaskarnakka@gmail.com (Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka).
 
This is the inaugural, introductory podcast of "This Is Buildings", a podcast from Tyler Haak of Schneider Electric where we discuss how industry stakeholders can incorporate building technology best practices today, tomorrow, and into the future.As a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countri ...…
 
People had been living in the lap of nature with least impact on the earth. In the past billions of people lived and left the earth, without many impacts. In the last 50 years, the ecological footprint is increasing as people are using exotic and non-sustainable materials in the construction of living spaces. In this podcast, all the aspects of ...…
 
Episode 268: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending May 27, 2018 features an interview with Siemens’ Senior Sales Manager, Josh Felperin, who tells us about Siemens’ two latest acquisitions: J2 Innovations and Enlightened, and some of the exciting things we can expect from Siemens in the near future. We have an ...…
 
Episode 267: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending May 20, 2018 keeps the ControlTrends Community’s finger on the industry’s pulse as Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings, and Therese Sullivan, editor of Building Context, bring us up-to-date with “Humanistic Digital Inclusion,” and the possibil ...…
 
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