A podcast about how technology is changing the architectural profession.
031: ‘Various Types of Flow’, with Kat Dovjenko
Special guest Kat Dovjenko, a consultant to Google's Idea Workshop for the Built Environment and Spatial Syndicate joins the podcast to talk about ongoing observations and changes in the workplace, space as a product, collaboration, distraction and the high cost of switching modalities, and more.
030: ‘Focus On Outcomes, Not Objects’, with Violet Whitney
Special guest Violet Whitney of Columbia GSAPP and Sidewalk Labs joins the podcast to talk about influencing, enabling, and measuring how people interact with space using the internet of things (IoT), the potential of dynamic systems, twitter bot poetry, generative design, and much more.
029: ‘Everyone Works for Themselves’, with Dave Fano
Special guest Dave Fano of Teal joins the podcast to talk about what led to the founding of Teal, what it's become since launching just over a year ago, job searching, compensation, designing your career, and so much more. Dave previously taught at Columbia GSAPP, founded Case Inc. which was later sold to WeWork where he became the Chief Growth Officer before starting Teal.
028: ‘A (Robotic) Holiday Spectacular’, with Brian Ringley
In this inaugural TRXL Holiday Spectacular episode, special guest Brian Ringley joins me to talk about the path he took that led to Boston Dynamics where he helps bridge the gap between designers & the trades on construction sites using Spot, the agile mobile robot.
027: ‘Turning Validation into Actuation’, with Adam Wilbrecht
Special guest Adam Wilbrecht of Concert Blockchain joins the podcast to talk about the impending skilled labor decrease, custody of information, the various ways in which blockchain can help architects have more agency, and so much more.
026: ‘File Formats Are Terrible’, with Scott Davidson
Special guest Scott Davidson of Robert McNeel and Associates joins the podcast to talk about the happy little accidents that led to the creation, and ultimately, the naming of Rhinoceros (aka Rhino), how it changed over time to become one the most beloved tools in AEC, and where it's going with Rhino.Inside and version 7 which is officially released this week on December 9, 2020.