Architecture Masters is the podcast from the London Festival of Architecture about the people behind the buildings: a series of conversations with some of architecture’s leading lights.
These are the people quietly shaping our cities – all hugely respected within the architectural profession, yet somehow their modest profile often belies the impact they have on the world around us.
This is a programme for those that are interested in the people who are shaping our world.
Frank Anatole, Principal Architect, Network Rail
For this episode of Architecture Masters we’re joined by Frank Anatole, Principal Architect at Network Rail. Network Rail oversees a vast network of built environment infrastructure across the UK including over 2,500 stations, 30,000 bridges and tunnels, as well as countless maintenance depots, signal boxes and other infrastructure buildings that all too often go unseen. … Continue reading "Frank Anatole, Principal Architect, Network Rail"
Dale Sinclair, Director of Innovation, Aecom
On the programme today we’re joined by Dale Sinclair, Director of Innovation for the global infrastructure consultancy Aecom. Over the years much of Dale’s work has focused on the future of the architecture profession, and much of our conversation today involves future gazing. Dale grew up in Edinburgh and went on to study architecture at … Continue reading "Dale Sinclair, Director of Innovation, Aecom"
Sheng-Yuan Huang, Founder Fieldoffice Architects
On the programme this week we’re joined by Sheng-Yuan Huang founder of Fieldoffice Architects. Sheng-Yuan was born in Taipai and initially studied architecture at Tunghai University in Taichung – Taiwan’s second city – where he graduated in 1986. Taiwan – officially the Republic of China – was governed under Martial Law until 1987, which marked the … Continue reading "Sheng-Yuan Huang, Founder Fieldoffice Architects"
Sofie De Caigny, Director, Flanders Architecture Institute
On the programme this week we’re joined by Sofie De Caigny, Director of VAi, the Flanders Architecture Institute. The VAi is based in Antwerp – across two buildings – with gallery space and public programmes taking place in the International Arts Campus deSingel. As well as their extensive public programme, every two years the institute … Continue reading "Sofie De Caigny, Director, Flanders Architecture Institute"
Giovanna Borasi, Director, Canadian Centre for Architecture
For the eleventh episode of Architecture Masters at Home, we’re joined by Giovanna Borasi, Director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. Giovanna joined the CCA in 2005 as the Curator for Contemporary Architecture, going on to become Chief Curator in 2014 and then Director of the Centre at the beginning of this year. … Continue reading "Giovanna Borasi, Director, Canadian Centre for Architecture"
Roger Hawkins, Co-Founder, Hawkins\Brown
On this week’s Architecture Masters at Home we’re joined by Roger Hawkins, co-founder of Hawkins\Brown. Russel Brown and Roger Hawkins founded the firm in 1988 after having worked together at Rock Townsend in the 1980s. The two partners started the firm with an initial determination, as they saw it, not to get trapped working on … Continue reading "Roger Hawkins, Co-Founder, Hawkins\Brown"