The Architect Podcast Network is a production of ARCHITECT, the journal of the American Institute of Architects. Here, we talk with the innovators working at the cutting edge of design, technology, and practice in architecture.
How to Design the Acoustics of a Concert Hall
In the fourth episode in our series on sound, architectural acoustics expert and educator Michael Ermann and CertainTeed Architectural national sales manager Steve Udolph share the secrets of how to ensure optimal acoustics in a concert hall.
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Designing an Acoustic Space
This is the third episode in our podcast series helping architects better understand acoustics. If you haven’t heard the first two episodes yet, make sure to go back and listen to “How Can Architects Better Understand Sound?” and "Unpacking the Latest Trends in Architectural Acoustics."
Unpacking the Latest Trends in Architectural Acoustics
In this second episode in our series on sound, architectural acoustics expert and educator Michael Ermann and CertainTeed Architectural national sales manager Steve Udolph help us understand the latest trends in architectural acoustics.
Podcast: How Can Architects Better Understand Sound?
In this episode, architectural acoustics expert and educator Michael Ermann and CertainTeed Architectural national sales manager Steve Udolph give us a closer look at when architects should start thinking about sound and emerging acoustical trends.
Shepley Bulfinch Past and Present CEOs Discuss Design Leadership in Challenging Times
As a new year begins, businesses across sectors are facing familiar challenges: COVID-19, experimental workplace models, economic uncertainty, climate change, and social inequity. Addressing these overarching issues in meaningful ways often falls off the everyday to-do list of architects, but for company executives, strategic, big-picture thinking is their priority, their task. In this episode, Shepley Bulfinch former president and CEO Carole Wedge and current CEO Angela Watson share their agenda for the future, lessons from their experiences, and insight into the executive suite of architectural practice.
Great creative content
Love the content, fun topics, with deep dives while still keeping it short enough to listen to on my commute.
Please stop breathing into the microphone.
It was hard to listen to the speakers over the breathing of the moderator.
I can read a script myself
The topics and guests are relevant and interesting but the format is completely scripted. It sounds like I’m being read to and the interviewer does not ask follow up questions, but rather jumps to the next question as if the interview is timed. I appreciate considerations for my time but that is not what draws people to podcast. I would listen to a podcast that’s double the amount of time if it sounded like a real conversation.