I somehow missed this. Back in November, the editors at The Architect’s Newspaper published Architecture podcasts you should binge while traveling for—or escaping from—your holidays and Archispeak made the list. There are of course many great podcasts also featured, so you’ve got your work cut out
EPISODE LINK What does the little green status light next to your name signal? In this episode we get into expectations and conditioning, time management, discipline, and saying yes versus no in the always-on work environment.
EPISODE LINK A conversation about the current state of the architectural job market, a critique of the lackluster listings firms use to “attract talent”, and more.
EPISODE LINK We answer questions from an incoming architecture student about, well, all kinds of things. What should one do before beginning an architectural education? In addition to “everything”, what should one pay extra attention to in school? What should one study on their own time? What is the process
EPISODE LINK We discuss some recent adventures in home ownership and compare notes on a list of places we have and haven’t been from an architectural perspective.
EPISODE LINK We do a debrief on the AIA National Conference on Architecture in Chicago both as an a attendee and as an exhibitor, what it was like being in the presence of our people again, thoughts about cities and their intersection with “the conference”, health outcomes from the conference
EPISODE LINK What lies beneath the surface of a seemingly simple project, that once built, doesn’t perform as required? We also get into the common request for projects to be “future proofed” by clients because why not? These are just some of the things that are part of the