124 episodes

Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals. Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the business of building design.

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Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals. Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the business of building design.

    Episode 125: M3 Architecture partner Ben Vielle on what really matters in school design

    Episode 125: M3 Architecture partner Ben Vielle on what really matters in school design

    Ben Vielle is a partner of m3architecture with over 20 years of experience in architectural practice.

    He has worked extensively in the education sector, having master planned, designed, documented and administered contracts on numerous school and university projects.

    He also has expertise in contemporary learning environments, passive solar design, environmentally sustainable design, and life cycle assessment.

    In this interview, Ben explains to us what is really important when it comes to designing new schools and what we may be missing in the way we understand the true nature and potential of our schools.

    AM-BOSS is the 2022 Sponsor of our Education series of podcasts.

    • 36 min
    Episode 124: Kate Nason from the Australian Passive House Association on healthy homes

    Episode 124: Kate Nason from the Australian Passive House Association on healthy homes

    Kate Nason is  the chairperson of Australian Passive House Association and is a passionate advocate of high-performance, healthy and resilient buildings. 

    With a background as an architect (ARBV) she has worked across multiple low-energy buildings including Certified Passive House projects such as the Monash Gillies Hall and several single residential homes utilising low carbon prefabricated construction systems. 

    She is a certified Passive House Designer (PHI), Green Star Accredited Professional and Chairperson at the Australian Passive House Association. She holds the role as Sustainability Advisor at Frasers Property Australia, focusing on buildings and master planned communities with leading sustainability objectives.

    In this interview, Kate explains how airflow and good design all contribute to a healthy home.

    This podcast is brought to you in association with Caroma, proud sponsors of the Residential Series of podcasts.  For more information on Caroma, please go to: https://www.caroma.com.au

    • 36 min
    Episode 123: Aidan Hill from Autex on sustainability, carbon zero and why manufacturers will have a green future

    Episode 123: Aidan Hill from Autex on sustainability, carbon zero and why manufacturers will have a green future

    Aidan Hill,  Global Technical & Sustainability Manager from Autex, explains sustainability, carbon zero and just what are companies like his doing about lowering their environmental footprint.

    • 29 min
    Episode 122: Waterproofing expert Paul Ratcliff explains what we are doing all wrong when waterproofing our buildings

    Episode 122: Waterproofing expert Paul Ratcliff explains what we are doing all wrong when waterproofing our buildings

    Paul Ratcliff is a building consultant with over 30 years’ experience, with an onsite building background, and a strong foundation in understanding how structures are built and why they fail.
    Involved in building litigation in all jurisdictions, written litigation reports on residential houses, multi-level residential buildings, commercial buildings, hotels and public buildings, Paul understands the importance of good straight advice in building litigation matters.

    In this exclusive interview, he explains what we are doing wrong with our waterproofing and why this needs to be fixed and fixed quickly.

    This podcast is brought to you in association with Stormtech  proud sponsors of our 2022 Commercial series of podcasts.

    • 53 min
    Episode 121: Industrial designer and founder of Reef Design Lab Alex Goad talks about the amazing things you can do with coral reef restoration technology

    Episode 121: Industrial designer and founder of Reef Design Lab Alex Goad talks about the amazing things you can do with coral reef restoration technology

    Alex Goad is passionate about using design for marine restoration and the role it is playing to communicate research to the wider public.

    His work is focused on combining digital fabrication with traditional techniques to create economically viable habitat solutions that respond to current environmental issues. Alex leads the studio’s collaborative approach to research projects and product development. Alex’s work has been exhibited internationally and acquired in the permanent collection of museums including New York’s MoMA, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Helsinki Design Museum.

    In this exclusive one-on-one interview, Alex explains the amazing potential of  new ideas and technologies in design, architecture, engineering, science, the humanities and the arts and how these disciplines and design innovations can help address the urgent issues of our times.

    Alex Goad will appear at the Sydney Opera House in conversation with Dr Danièle Hromek in BUILD: Life Below Water on Thursday 1 September.

    • 29 min
    Episode 120: Victoria University City Tower, a study in Modernising Historic Buildings for Today's Educational Needs

    Episode 120: Victoria University City Tower, a study in Modernising Historic Buildings for Today's Educational Needs

    Clare Connan Senior Associate, Woods Bagot Architect and Stewart Lock,  Principal of Jackson Architecture explain the complexity and challenges in redesigning the Victoria University tower in Melbourne.

    From incorporating the 32-story glass tower onto a super-tight site to understanding the sites past as a one-time early 20th century STD clinic, the trials and tribulations of adaptive and heritage redesign, Clare and Stewart explain how they managed to deliver a structure that now holds the title of the Southern Hemisphere’s tallest university building.

    AM-BOSS is the 2022 Sponsor of our Education series of podcasts.

    • 36 min

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