Best builtenvironment podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Urban Agriculture
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Urban Agriculture is a podcast about food production within the built environment.
 
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Anarchitecture
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the built environment of a stateless society
 
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Center for Active Design
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London Festival of Architecture Sky Ride Podcasts
 
Six bicycle tours by leading experts in architecture, design and the built environment, part of the 2010 London Festival of Architecture. Maps are available for self-guided tours.
 
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Lunch Talks at CAF (The Chicago Architecture Foundation)
 
Lunch Talks at CAF is a weekly program series at the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing public interest and education in architecture and design. These 45-minute talks are on a variety of topics that relate to Chicago’s architecture and built environment—from recent research in architectural history to current projects around the Chicagoland area. To learn more, view upcoming podcasts, or view accompanying slideshows visit www.architecture. ...
 
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Finely Tuned
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Listen in as we talk with people who care about our built environment, the energy it uses, and how it's all maintained. This podcast is built by Gridium.
 
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Ask An Architect
Monthly
 
Do you have a question about Architecture or construction that needs answering? Jeremy (the Architect) and Keith (the contractor) Olsen are here to give you the straight dope on all your questions about the built environment. We want to talk about our favorite subject-Architecture and building-and help our listening friends along the way.
 
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National Building Museum Audio
 
Hear architects, designers, and other thinkers discuss ideas and issues related to the built environment. Podcast episodes originate as public programs at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. To learn more about our programs and exhibitions, visit us at http://www.nbm.org.
 
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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Radio
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This is the place where the world discusses indoor air quality, the built environment and disaster restoration issues. Every Friday at noon ET the show is live. The shows host are Joe Hughes, President of IAQ Training Institute and Cliff Zlotnik, President of Microban Systems. Every week we interview experts from the indoor air quality, building sciences and disaster restoration industry. As instructors for IAQ and disaster restoration training programs and active participants in industry as ...
 
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The Facility Management Innovator Podcast | Marketing Workplace Innovation to the FM Community
 
The Facility Management Innovator Podcast is where FM industry leaders talk about workplace trends, challenges, and the future of the built environment. Mike Petrusky interviews FM practitioners and industry-partners about effective marketing and sales strategies, resources available to facility managers and opportunities for collaboration in the FM community. We'll also get to know a personal side of our guests as we explore their interests and talk about the trusted business relationships ...
 
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Landsploitation
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The LANDSPLOITATION Podcast hosts experimental video and audio documenting the social experience of the human landscape, including but not limited to the spaces of the built environment, vernacular architecture, proxemics, human interaction, and political boundaries. Submissions from independent scholars, photographers, and filmmakers are welcome. To submit, please insure that sound or video is hosted on a public server (such as archive.org) and email the link together with a brief descripti ...
 
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Canadian Centre for Architecture / Centre Canadien d'Architecture
 
The Canadian Centre for Architecture presents selections from its diverse program of exhibitions, lectures, and conferences. Hear international architects, curators, researchers, and others address topical issues in architecture, design, and the built environment. The CCA is an international research centre and museum founded in 1979 on the conviction that architecture is a public concern. Le Centre Canadien d'Architecture présente une sélection de son programme varié d'expositions, de confé ...
 
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Constructed Podcast
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A podcast about everything constructed, from the built environment to social constructs.
 
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Why Isn't Anyone Talking About This?
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An inquisitive, authentic look into the relationship between justice and the built environment. Conversations with leaders, fighters, and everyday people hoping and working for change. Unapologetic, well-informed, and ready to challenge you.
 
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DDQ Delivering Design Quality
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The DDQ programme is UK based, sponsored by a partnership between Transform South Yorkshire (TSY), the Home Builders Federation (HBF), the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), the four South Yorkshire local authorities (Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield) and Wakefield in West Yorkshire.
 
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University of Utah, City & Metropolitan Planning
 
The Department of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah is vibrant community of students and faculty concerned with exploring, research, and effecting the planning and development of our cities and the built environment. We welcome your participation in our academic programs and in our quest to plan for the next 100 million.
 
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Trees-Stormwater
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Providing cutting edge solutions to Urban Planners and Landscape Designers in implementing "green on grey" - the successful integration of living plants in the built environment.
 
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Concrete Theory
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Planning | Design | Transport | Property | Infrastructure - A London-based interview-style podcast featuring academics and professionals, discussing ideas relating to the built environment.
 
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Planning & Design
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This podcast unveils behind-the-scene stories in planning and design. Join us to learn how academics and practitioners in planning and design work to shape the natural, social, and built environments.
 
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Pennsylvania Legacies
Weekly
 
The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.
 
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AIA Kansas City Podcast
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The American Institute of Architects Kansas City chapter has been in continuous operation supporting its members since 1890. We strive to advance the value of the architectural profession and improve the quality of the built environment. Subscribe to get your regular AIA KC updates on news and events in the Kansas City community.
 
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Conscious Cities Podcast
Monthly
 
Conscious Cities is a movement around the concept of built environments that are aware and responsive to our needs through data analysis, artificial intelligence, and the application of cognitive sciences in design.This podcast series runs in tandem to the conference series and the journals. The conference is arranged annually in London, UK, in which we host leading international figures detailing how their advances in their respective subjects of technology, neuroscience and architecture & ...
 
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Podcast - Rachel Ní Chuinn
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Sound is a physical form. Sound waves have physical dimensions and interact dramatically with architectural structures. The ear hears sound as vibrations brush against small hairs inside our heads. This tactile dimension to sound makes it inherently sculptural; it exists in space in a concrete way. A meandering line traces the parallel development of music and our built environment. Did our neolithic ancestors implement acoustic design 5500 years ago? Architects outline the physics of acoust ...
 
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Future Great City podcast
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It's nextSTL in a podcast, covering a variety of civic issues, from the built environment, to politics and policy, transportation, preservation and more to tell the story, past, present, & future, of St. Louis, the urban experience, and the American city.
 
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Worlds of Gamespace
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Worlds of Gamespace is a show that explores themes of architecture, urbanism, infrastructure, and design through video game worlds. Our mission is to explore games as experiences of fictional architectures -- to engage the past, present, and futures of design; to delve into the myths, mysteries, and histories of our built environment; and to speculate on potentials of new modes of interaction with our world.Above all, we play to get carried away.
 
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Green Building is a general term covering a lot of activity in what is generally the biggest industry in a country. We explore the use of the adjectives green and sustainable across the sector. Keywords: Green Building; Sustainable Building; Green Building Councils; Eco-building; Natural Building; Built Environment; Retro-fitting; Renovation; R ...…
 
Conservative think tanks discovered that saying “climate change” instead of “global warming” softened the urgency of our existential challenge. In this episode, we explore with celebrity guest Nicholas Pevzner, how to re-frame climate issues and what our possibilities for actually saving us from a brutal heat death really are. This is part 1 of ...…
 
In this episode, Brice offers his initial reflections on why the HomeLand Lab project and podcast exist, and how we--as people responsible for the policies, places, politics, and programming that govern our built environment--can begin to affect the conversation around homelessness.
 
Welcome to the Conscious Cities podcast.For those of you that are new to the show, Conscious Cities is a movement around the concept of built environments that are aware and responsive to our needs through data analysis, artificial intelligence, and the application of cognitive sciences in design.This podcast series runs in tandem to the confer ...…
 
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The Midday Grind with Martin Kilcoyne and Charlie Marlow
 
Brent Summerville, Professor of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment at Appalachian State University, explains how windmill farms produce and transport energy. The post The Midday Grind: Seg. 5) Wind Energy Expert Brent Summerville Stops By TMG appeared first on insidestl.com.
 
Indigenous design is having an increasing impact on Australia's built environment.
 
Episode 232: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings VideoCast|PodCast for week ending July 16, 2017, features our interview Smart Building Industry expert Matthew Schwartz, P.E., CEM, CBCP, Senior Associate, with Altura Associates. Make sure to take advantage of the ControlTrends Community’s special offer for Mark Jewell’s on-line Four-Day Energy-fo ...…
 
There are very few voices out there who would question the nearly panacea-like effects of adding more community greenspace. In popular media and academia, new research seems to be emerging daily documenting the significant health, developmental, biological and economic boon that investing in high-quality open space affords cities, and marquee p ...…
 
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Third Wave Urbanism
 
You know it when you walk by a spruced up front stoop, or walk through a park with plentiful benches — the little design elements make a big difference in our day to day urban lives. Now, thanks to the Center for Active Design, science has shown just how much of an impact these “extras” have on not only how welcome we feel in a place, but also ...…
 
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Talk with Green Guy
 
Southface President Andrea Corwin Pinabell and Marci Burdett Reed will be live in studio talking about the great impact this organization has on the built environment,their advocacy for sustainable communities and the educational resources they provide.Listen Sunday 9-10a EST on WGST 640AM/iHeart Radio.Listen to all podcasts @greenguymedia,foll ...…
 
Gary Burns has been making feature films since 1997 and has been called “Canada’s king of surreal comedy”. While apt, it does not adequately capture the range of this unique filmmaker. In this extensive interview we talk about Gary’s films in the context of his strong opinions about urban planning, the built environment and modern society. The ...…
 
Gary Burns has been making feature films since 1997 and has been called “Canada’s king of surreal comedy”. While apt, it does not adequately capture the range of this unique filmmaker. In this extensive interview we talk about Gary’s films in the context of his strong opinions about urban planning, the built environment and modern society. The ...…
 
The summer series is called Interviews with the Artists. In the series Cody Anderson interviews a wide range of popular and not so popular artists in their fields. Some of these interviews cover music, writing, design, computer animation, satire, novels, home-made music videos, orchestras, Biblical historical fiction, and more...! This episode ...…
 
On a ripsnorting episode of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we welcome Mike Gaines, co-founder and director of THE SOILED DOVE, Victorian, Steampunk, burlesques extravaganza, who also has a few ghost stories to tell. We talk with Mike at Hour 2; at Hour 1 Joel and Eric review the week’s fre ...…
 
A podcast about movie making and the science fiction featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). Daughter of Godcast, Episode 044, Future. Ads are the ideal vehicle for apocalyptic tropes. http://dog.movie/media/episode_044.mp4 Welcome to Daughter of Godcast, Episode 044, Future. Aboard Rosie, the bluewater sailboat ...…
 
"Children are not little adults" and the built environment in which we learn makes a significant difference in our cognitive function and performance. Learn more about the Healthy Buildings research at the Center for Health and the Global Environment at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health with doctoral student Erika Eitland.…
 
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A Point of View
 
Will Self gives a very personal view of high-rise buildings in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster. "As a commentator on the built environment", Will writes, "I've been too wry, too cynical and too disengaged over the past twenty years". "Grenfell Tower", he says, "was the bonfire of any remaining civic vanity in London ". Producer: Ad ...…
 
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A Point of View
 
Will Self gives a very personal view of high-rise buildings in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster. "As a commentator on the built environment", Will writes, "I've been too wry, too cynical and too disengaged over the past twenty years". "Grenfell Tower", he says, "was the bonfire of any remaining civic vanity in London ". Producer: Ad ...…
 
Sarah W. Goldhagen taught for ten years at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and spent many years as the Architecture Critic for the New Republic. She’s written about buildings, cities, and landscapes for publications all over the world. Sarah’s new book, Welcome to Your World: How the Built Environment Shapes Our Lives is a thoroughly entert ...…
 
We talk about stewarding the natural environment, but what about the built environment? What about our streets, neighborhoods, and cities? How can we promote manmade environments that help people in their pursuit to live well in community with one another?This lecture (with reference to traditional towns and cities) will explore these questions ...…
 
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The Facility Management Innovator Podcast | Marketing Workplace Innovation to the FM Community
 
Managing the healthcare built environment brings a variety of special challenges, and Robert Graham, CHFM, has experienced much of this in his role as Director of Facilities at a large, DC-area healthcare system for the world's largest Fortune 500 facility management & real estate provider. Mike Petrusky is always looking for ideas about new FM ...…
 
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Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
 
Artist Zoe Croggon talks about her exhibition at MPRG Deep Cuts. Croggon’s artwork splices together the human body with the natural landscape and built environment, seamlessly integrating dancers and athletes with details of modern architecture. She works with sculpture, video, drawing and collage and draws on her personal experiences of studyi ...…
 
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Archinect Sessions
 
Today’s show follows up on Archinect Sessions episode 83, when we discussed this first year of Exhibit Columbus. The inaugural exhibition of Exhibit Columbus opens this summer, on August 26, and will include six built structures, designed by teams from six different Midwestern universities, investigating the built environment of Columbus. On to ...…
 
Where the built environment meets the heart of communities is the Urban Studies and Planning Program. Meet the dedicated students, faculty, and community groups who are working together to create cities that help people thrive. Gabriele Wienhausen also discusses innovating how we teach and learn through significant and positive change. Series: ...…
 
Where the built environment meets the heart of communities is the Urban Studies and Planning Program. Meet the dedicated students, faculty, and community groups who are working together to create cities that help people thrive. Gabriele Wienhausen also discusses innovating how we teach and learn through significant and positive change. Series: ...…
 
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HomeLandLab Podcast
 
A few Saturday’s ago, I was able to participate in a student-led panel discussion on homelessness at the University of Washington. The format of the day was that each panelist was to give a brief overview of our own perspectives on homelessness. The first person to speak was the subject of this podcast: Anitra Freeman. What was amazing to watch ...…
 
While much attention has been placed on the drastic changes in East London, there are equally major projects in West London that are reconfiguring the nature of the built environment. Old Oak Common, Earls Court and Acton are just some of the next housebuilding hotspots in London, and with the opening of the East-West Crossrail line and the exp ...…
 
Erica Hartmann, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University sat down with Adam Hoffberg at the DoD Microbiome Symposium at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Erica discusses her interest in antimicrobial agents especially in hand soaps and the negative effects they can have in the built environment.…
 
Erica Hartmann, Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University sat down with Adam Hoffberg at the DoD Microbiome Symposium at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Erica discusses her interest in antimicrobial agents especially in hand soaps and the negative effects they can have in the built environment.…
 
Dr Paula J Olsiewski is the Program Director at the Alfred P Sloan Foundation and created and directs the Foundation’s programs in Microbiology of the Built Environment and Chemistry of Indoor Environments. She sat down with Adam Hoffberg just before the start of the DoD Microbiome Conference in Colorado Springs to discuss how the Sloan Foundat ...…
 
Dr Paula J Olsiewski is the Program Director at the Alfred P Sloan Foundation and created and directs the Foundation’s programs in Microbiology of the Built Environment and Chemistry of Indoor Environments. She sat down with Adam Hoffberg just before the start of the DoD Microbiome Conference in Colorado Springs to discuss how the Sloan Foundat ...…
 
Dr. Jack Gilbert, Faculty Director, The Microbiome Center Professor, Department of Surgery, The University of Chicago, Senior Scientist (Adjunct), the Marine Biological Laboratory, Group Leader in Microbial Ecology, Argonne National Laboratory met with us over the phone to discuss his work in the microbiome for built environments. Jack has far ...…
 
Dr. Jack Gilbert, Faculty Director, The Microbiome Center Professor, Department of Surgery, The University of Chicago, Senior Scientist (Adjunct), the Marine Biological Laboratory, Group Leader in Microbial Ecology, Argonne National Laboratory met with us over the phone to discuss his work in the microbiome for built environments. Jack has far ...…
 
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Urban Design Group Presentations
 
The practice DSDHA has gained 17 RIBA Awards in the past decade and has twice been nominated for the European Union Mies Van Der Rohe Prize for Contemporary Architecture. The studio is extensively involved in education, teaching at the RCA, AA, CASS, LSA and Westminster University.
 
This week Susan explores the impact of the built environment on our emotional well being with Dr Paul Keedwell, Author of ‘Headspace: The Psychology of City Living'
 
How do we get people involved in imagining, designing and creating the built environment around them and within the communities in which they live? This is the question Joanne Harrop, Founder of PlacEd sought to answer when she set up her social enterprise. In this weeks podcast we hear about the development of PlacEd over the past 6 years with ...…
 
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The Facility Management Innovator Podcast | Marketing Workplace Innovation to the FM Community
 
Dean T. Kashiwagi, PhD, P.E., IFMA Fellow, Fulbright Scholar is a professor at Arizona State University and the Director of the Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG), a worldwide leader in improving facility and project performance and efficiency. Mike Petrusky asks Dr. Dean about the role of the facility manager in the future, autom ...…
 
In this podcast episode, Lynn McGregor provides educates us on accessibility in the built environment, tells us our rights when it comes to accessibility, and provides tips for making your home accessible. How to contact Lynn McGregor: Email: lmcgregor@mcgregordesigngroup.comPhone:416-395-0002Website:http://www.mcgregordesigngroup.com/Location: ...…
 
In which the Nerds review the 2017 Australian Federal Budget and chat about recent international elections. Hosts: Dr Stewart Jackson, Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney Dr Amanda Elliot, Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney Joined by: Dr Chris Martin, UNSW Sydney Built Environm ...…
 
What is the social sustainability of the built environment? How are we using architectural design to cater for the growing and changing needs of the population?Speakers:William Feuerman - Senior Lecturer from the University of Technology Sydney.Phillippa Carnemolla - Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of the Built Environment at the Uni ...…
 
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