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Inside Purdue Landscape Architecture
 
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Roots of Design
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Roots of Design is a podcast about how the world is designed, with some of the people doing the designing. This Landscape Architecture Podcast is produced by the American Society of Landscape Architect's New York Chapter.
 
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DesignProSuccessStories with Jeff Wortham
 
Design Pro Success Stories are inspiring interviews with Architects, Landscape Architects and Interior Designers. We explore what it takes to be a successful Design Professional through the stories of the our guests. Where do they get their inspiration, who has influenced them, what choices have had the biggest affect on their career? How do they juggle the creative side and the need to run a profitable business? How do you find that balance everyone talks about between work and personal lif ...
 
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landscape conversations
 
Gabion wall at Ballast Point Park. Image: McGregor Coxall Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today’s guest on Landscape Conversations is the Sydney based Landscape Architect, Philip Coxall from the firm McGregor Coxall. Philip has more than 20 years experience working on projects in England, Asia and Australia. These range from broad sca ...…
 
Mousetalgia's Tinker Bell Half Marathon weekend report: we cover a variety of topics, including security updates, kids' race woes, photo ops and entertainment removed from the 5K route, and the evolution of runDisney (plus being evacuated from Goofy's Sky School). Then, Jeff reports on a talk at the Walt Disney Family Museum about Ruth Shellhor ...…
 
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Buildings On Air
 
First up on this episode of Buildings on Air is Doug Spencer chatting with Keefer about his book “The Architecture of Neoliberalism: How Contemporary Architecture Became an Instrument of Control and Compliance.” Next we chat with journalist and two-time Buildings on Air guest Zach Mortice about his recent writings on the landscape architecture ...…
 
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Million Dollar Decorating
 
Since creating Janice Parker Landscape Architects in 1984, Janice has cultivated the firm to one of national prominence. Janice Parker Landscape Architects has conceptualized and directed innovative landscape architecture for national private and public clients across the United States. The firm has established a reputation for conceiving, plan ...…
 
Join Councilor Matt O'Malley as he interviews the father of American landscape architecture, Frederick Law Olmsted, as portrayed by Gerry Wright. Tune in to hear about Olmsted's passion for preserving nature and thoughts on today's society.
 
Give it Time to Grow & Tilt the Scales in Your Favor This week on the show we have a very special guest who just got done hosting an amazing conference called Crop in Baton Rouge. Matt Dawson is a talented designer and connector who creates under the name Stay Gray Ponyboy in Atlanta. He is a shining example of someone who put in the work and u ...…
 
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with Kate Orff about the role of climate change in the design of future cities, with a particular look at the role water plays in reframing urban infrastructure and networks. Orff directs Columbia GSAPP's Urban Design Program and is founder of the landscape architecture and urban design studio SCAPE, which focuses on r ...…
 
206. Part 2 of our interview with Lake Douglas. Lake is an associate professor of landscape architecture and associate dean of research and development at the LSU College of Art & Design. He wrote Gardens of New Orleans: Exquisite Excess with Jeanette Hardy and pictures by Richard Sexton. The book was named the 2001 book of the year by New Orle ...…
 
205. Part 1 of our interview with Lake Douglas. Lake is associate professor of landscape architecture and associate dean of research and development at the LSU College of Art & Design. He wrote Gardens of New Orleans: Exquisite Excess with Jeanette Hardy and pictures by Richard Sexton. The book was named the 2001 book of the year by New Orleans ...…
 
Do you know what the rules are for the landscaping around your property? Do you have a plan for how your garden should develop in the long term? In this episode of Real Estate Matters, Toni interviews landscape architect Susan Read. Together, they lay out the case for why – if you own property – you need a landscape architect. First, Toni and S ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Stephen Glassman Studio (SGS) most recently completed “Flows Two Ways” – the eight-story permanent public sculpture for Bjarke Ingels Group’s North American inaugural project in NYC. The title is a loose translation of the Hudson River’s Native American name Muh-he-ah kun-nuk – “flows both ways” – and serves as a metaphor for two forces that ar ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Stephen Glassman Studio (SGS) most recently completed “Flows Two Ways” – the eight-story permanent public sculpture for Bjarke Ingels Group’s North American inaugural project in NYC. The title is a loose translation of the Hudson River’s Native American name Muh-he-ah kun-nuk – “flows both ways” – and serves as a metaphor for two forces that ar ...…
 
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Conversations with Anne Elizabeth
 
Conversation 23: The Story, Journey and Passion of Susan L. Roberts JD, MS, RD “I think it is really important for us as professionals to call ourselves, we are food and nutrition professionals. We often time say we are nutritionists or we are nutrition professionals, in reality food is what gives us the nutrition. And food, in my belief, as I ...…
 
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Columbus Entrepreneurs' Podcast
 
Kevin has two guests join the show today. Jeff and Mark are in the same forum group at EO, and they come on the show to talk about their different entrepreneurial ventures. Both Mark and Jeff have their own companies, and they share the twists and turns of how they got started, what their goals moving forward are, as well the ways in which EO h ...…
 
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Image: Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial, Gustafson Porter + Bowman Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today's guest on Landscape Conversations is the highly regarded landscape architect Kathryn Gustafson. With practices in both London and Seattle, her firms' work is truly international, with projects in the USA, Europe, the Middle East ...…
 
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Her Confidence Her Way | with Emiko Rasmussen|自信を引き出す|アメリカで学んだ女性のキャリア|女性アントレプレナー|ワークライフデザイン
 
Kaori Fukuyama is an emerging visual artist in San Diego, California, who creates abstract oil paintings and has a studio practice in the Barrio Arts District. Her artwork has been displayed at multiple galleries and museums in California and has become a part of private and corporate collections in the U.S. and overseas. Recently, Kaori’s pain ...…
 
John Ray, Steve Manley, Pat Check, Lynne Davis, Mike Sammond Pat Check/Latitude 34 Company Communications Latitude 34 Company Communications offers companies senior-level expertise on how to effectively communicate with customers, potential customers, employees, the press, the community, and other key audiences. The company’s team-based approac ...…
 
Buckhead Business Show - Lets talk Real Estate, Health, Interns and PublishingCompany or Product Name:Glennda Baker & AssociatesName and Title of Person Interviewed:Glennda Baker - Associate broker at Bekrshire Hathaway Home ServicesGuest BIO:Glennda is an Associate broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services. She started her real estate caree ...…
 
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College Debt to Career Cash: Go beyond the resume and sell yourself in the interview, negotiate salary and pay off loans early!
 
My name is Jacob Lafever, and I graduated in May of 2016 from Purdue University with a degree in Landscape Architecture, and a little over $27000 in student debt. I started my first landscape architecture position with Curtis + Rogers Design Studio, a design firm in Miami, Florida as a Jr. Landscape Architect. From working extreme hours in stud ...…
 
When Susie Coliver started ARCH Art & Drafting Supply at 24 years old, she never could have anticipated how her business would evolve over the next 38 years. From skyrocketing rent prices in San Francisco to the rise of digital drafting tools, Susie keeps her store going by facing trends head on and maintaining strong relationships with her cus ...…
 
Why are plants green? Is there a reason plants evolved to be green, globally? What does it have to do with the color of the sunlight coming down through our atmosphere? http://physicsgirl.org/ http://twitter.com/thephysicsgirlhttp://facebook.com/thephysicsgirlhttp://instagram.com/thephysicsgirlHelp us translate our videos! http://www.youtube.co ...…
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we revisit an episode from season one, How to Climb Stoner Hill. Our partner on that show, local journalist Andy Kenney, gives us an update on what's been happening on the ground at Stoner Hill. Then, we talk to some people at Civitas, the landscape architecture and urban design firm that's bee ...…
 
Episode 2 Jason corrects accidentally calling Richard Spencer, Stephen Spencer then dribbles absolute shit for about for about 7 more minutes so skip to 7:58 where Jason is joined by landscape architect Emily Wong to discuss everything other than landscape architecture.
 
https://matrixneworldpodcast.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/matrix-podcast-3-edited-v0.mp3 We’re joined for this episode of Matrix News by Bill Reimer, Director of Landscape Architecture for MatrixNEWorld. Bill reflects on his many years of experience in the field, discusses notable projects he’s helped to realize, and sheds light on what makes an ...…
 
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My Life Creative Podcast
 
Quiet, studied, deep and fiercely committed to creating the finest in each picture, this would be Tytia. Her reverence of nature is pure and refined, and reflects a lifelong relationship. Tytia's story is epic yet reserved. Her roots in horticulture and landscape architecture paired with her love of photography are readily evident in the photog ...…
 
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My Life Creative Podcast
 
Quiet, studied, deep and fiercely committed to creating the finest in each picture, this would be Tytia. Her reverence of nature is pure and refined, and reflects a lifelong relationship. Tytia's story is epic yet reserved. Her roots in horticulture and landscape architecture paired with her love of photography are readily evident in the photog ...…
 
Staying fit and enjoying nature can be challenging to people with disabilities, especially children, when a wheelchair gets stuck on a gravel path or a child can’t easily ride a bus to a park. A diverse group of Central New Yorkers, the Fitness Inclusion Network, is working to remedy that, says Nienke Dosa, MD, MPH, an Upstate pediatrician spec ...…
 
Recorded at the 2016 Sydney Architecture Festival at Central Park, Matt Coggan of Turf Design talks about the role of landscape architecture in the development of this precinct.
 
Today’s guest on the show is Iva Kravitz. Not too long ago Iva and I were working together on a Landscape Architecture project in Philly. And once filming on that project wrapped we headed to Amtrak and caught a train back to New York. While we were sitting there I asked Iva if she's be down to be a guest on the show. Even though we were clearl ...…
 
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Archinect Sessions
 
When president-elect Donald Trump nominated Ben Carson to lead the department of Housing and Urban Development, the response was resoundingly: huh? The neurosurgeon came onto the national political scene in 2015, during his run for the Republican nomination, but after Trump took the presidency and started throwing around the idea of offering a ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
W is an interdisciplinary woman-owned studio which builds on links between architecture and landscape architecture to create spaces that engage both nature and urbanism. Founded in NYC in 1999, we have projects in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States. THE PEOPLE W is organized around the commitment of Founder Barbara Wilks to qua ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
W is an interdisciplinary woman-owned studio which builds on links between architecture and landscape architecture to create spaces that engage both nature and urbanism. Founded in NYC in 1999, we have projects in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States. THE PEOPLE W is organized around the commitment of Founder Barbara Wilks to qua ...…
 
Bradley Cantrell is a landscape architect and scholar whose work focuses on the role of computation and media in environmental and ecological design. Professor Cantrell received his BSLA from the University of Kentucky and his MLA from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has held academic appointments at the Harvard Graduate School of Des ...…
 
Join the noob and Jess as they discuss many things and review a segment about Landscape Architecture. Tips and TricksBLENDUse Space Bar to Repeat Last CommandLandscape ArchitectureLandscape ArchitectureLSU Landscape Architecture ProgramCarlson SoftwareAuodesk Civil 3DSketch up Drafting ProgramCivil FXMike VI (LSU Mascot)…
 
Barbara Deutsch is the Executive Director at the Landscape Architecture Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to research, scholarship, and advocacy.She and her small team are trying to advance the landscape architecture perspective by quantifying the benefits provided by landscape elements like plants and water. For the past six years they’ve bee ...…
 
Chethan Sarabu joins me for a conversation about his presentation at Stanford Medicine X 2016 discussing more effective communication opportunities between doctors and children, the diversity of incoming medical students, and how a degree in landscape architecture was his most valuable introduction into medicine. Follow Chethan on Twitter @Chet ...…
 
Frederick Law Olmsted is most well known for being the father of American landscape architecture, but he was also something of a jack-of-all-trades: a sailor, farmer, abolitionist, writer, reformer, public health worker, and conservationist. Join Elizabeth and Dan as they chat about Olmsted’s fascinating life and work!…
 
This week IAQ Radio will be flashing back to January 21, 2011 for a show we did with Mark J. Mendell, PhD. of the Lawrence Berkeley Lab and the California Dept. of Health. When looking back at shows to replay this one stood out so we remixed the sound, tweaked a few things and will replay it today. Mark Mendell, Ph.D., is currently a Staff Scie ...…
 
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