An inside look into the field of architecture told from the perspective of individuals that are leading the industry. This motivational series grants unique insight into the making of a successful design career, from humble beginnings to national recognition. Every week, featured guests share their personal highs and lows on their journey to success, that is sure to inspire audiences at all levels of the industry. Listening to their stories will provide a rare blueprint for anyone seeking to advance their career, and elevate their work to the next level.
KPMB - Marianne McKenna & Shirley Blumberg
KPMB Founding Partners Marianne McKenna & Shirley Blumberg join the podcast to discuss the role equity and diversity plays in their design process, the importance of collaboration, and how their practice has evolved over the past three decades.
Brooks + Scarpa - Angela Brooks, Lawrence Scarpa, and Jeff Huber
Brooks + Scarpa principals Angela Brooks, Lawrence Scarpa, and Jeff Huber join the podcast to discuss designing affordable housing, their approach to the climate crisis, and winning the 2022 AIA Gold Medal.
Juno / Ennead - BJ Siegel and Tomas Rossant
Juno co-founder BJ Siegel and Ennead partner Tomas Rossant join the podcast to discuss their unique approach to design and construction, the future of cities, and the role of mass timber in generating affordable housing.
Jim Dow - Dowbuilt
Jim Dow, founder of Dowbuilt, joins the podcast to discuss the intersection of construction and design, integrating digital construction methods, and commitment to craft.
AI-Driven Design - Kory Bieg, Nick Chim & Virginia San Fratello
Virginia San Fratello of Rael San Fratello, Kory Bieg of OTA+, and Nick Chim of Nabr join the podcast to discuss the implications of artificial intelligence for architecture, AI-driven design, and how algorithms can be used to advance the study of the field
Moshe Safdie - Safdie Architects
Moshe Safdie joins the podcast to discuss his new memoir If Walls Could Speak, how he turned his college thesis into Montreal's famed Habitat 67, and redifining how people interact with buildings
Excellent interviews. I enjoy listening to my favorite architects get real. I have learned so much already listening to this podcast, and I discovered it a few months ago. Thank you!
Great podcast, audio needs work
Great podcast that I frequently listen to!
Please bump up that audio of your guests tho, it’s tough to hear them on the road.
Host needs to develop more
First, I will applaud Aaron for starting this podcast. I do enjoy hearing from the guests and learning about their history. My hope is Aaron will continue to develop as an interviewer. I find he often interrupts guests, and asks overly long questions. I would suggest omitting phrases such as, “ does that make sense” , “this is probably a stupid question” “blah blah blah” etc. hosting is a craft and I think Aaron can use some improvement which would make the show better.