117 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 118: Kittiphot Boochangkool, Group Sustainability Leader at dwp on sustainability, green certification and the circular economy

    Episode 118: Kittiphot Boochangkool, Group Sustainability Leader at dwp on sustainability, green certification and the circular economy

    Kittiphot Boochangkool is the new Group Sustainability Leader at dwp overseeing group sustainability initiatives and helping architects and designers unlock their full sustainability potential. 
    Boochangkool was raised and educated in the United States, Thailand and United Kingdom with a background in law, international relations and public policy and a specific focus on climate and energy. 
     In this wide-ranging interview, he talks about  sustainability, green certification platforms and the move towards a circular economy.


     

    • 26 min
    Episode 117: Paolo Bevilacqua, General Manager of Real Utilities talks about energy pricing & why sustainable energy is good for the bottom line

    Episode 117: Paolo Bevilacqua, General Manager of Real Utilities talks about energy pricing & why sustainable energy is good for the bottom line

    Paolo Bevilacqua, the General Manager of Real Utilities, an authorised energy retailer and utilities business established in 2017 wholly owned by Frasers Property Australia, has 20 years’ experience in the property sector and is one of Australia’s leading sustainability professionals, responsible for delivering cutting-edge sustainability solutions to many high-profile projects across various sectors.
    Paolo also currently leads Frasers Property Global Sustainability Working Group, overseeing sustainability strategy for the Group’s business units in Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

    He explains how Fraser's retail energy division is going, what's behind the energy price hike across the globe and how domestic energy is part of the sustainability triple bottom line.
     

    • 28 min
    Episode 116: Shortcast - Max Navius, HDR's Associate Director outlines the approach to adaptive reuse in their HQ refurbishment in a Harry Seidler building

    Episode 116: Shortcast - Max Navius, HDR's Associate Director outlines the approach to adaptive reuse in their HQ refurbishment in a Harry Seidler building

    HDR has moved into its new office space at the revamped 25 Martin Place, utilising all the floorspace on the 24th floor of the iconic Harry Seidler building to bring together its local architectural and engineering teams.
    The office features an open plan office configuration as well as breakout spaces, exercise and stress management rooms and programs, parent facilities and high-quality lighting and air conditioning that put staff wellbeing at the forefront.
    HDR Associate Director Max Navius talks about the design process and it was created through a number of processes that helped to define the needs and requirements of HDR’s personnel.

    • 6 min
    Episode 115: Andrew Tobin from Mirvac on the unique challenges of designing mixed-use buildings

    Episode 115: Andrew Tobin from Mirvac on the unique challenges of designing mixed-use buildings

    Andrew Tobin is the Development Director – Mixed Use at Mirvac where he was responsible for the management and delivery of two of Mirvac’s most complex and high-profile mixed-use projects, Harbourside and Waterloo Metro Quarter both in Sydney.

    Before joining Mirvac, Andrew spent over 20 years at Lendlease, most recently based in London as Head of Office Business Unit in Lendlease’s Europe Development division and Project Director for International Quarter London.

    In this exclusive interview, he explains what are the many design challenges of working on a mixed-use building.

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

    • 36 min
    Episode 114: DKO Design Director Jesse Linardi on Designing for Smaller Spaces in Apartment Living

    Episode 114: DKO Design Director Jesse Linardi on Designing for Smaller Spaces in Apartment Living

    DKO design director Jesse Linardi is a highly talented and innovative designer who has designed several award-winning projects, including projects such as Campbell Street which won a Victorian Architecture Award for Small Project and Multi Residential Architecture.

    He shares with us his secrets on modern-day apartment design and what it takes to be a successful and award-winning designer in what is fast becoming a very crowded and competitive field.

    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

    • 32 min
    Episode 113: AM-BOSS owner Robyn Rutley explains why her ladders are not only safer but are also better for our economy

    Episode 113: AM-BOSS owner Robyn Rutley explains why her ladders are not only safer but are also better for our economy

    Robyn Rutley is the owner and CEO of AM-BOSS Access Ladders, a family run company that was started by her father in 1979. She joined him in 2004 and her husband Graeme joined her in 2007. 

    Since 2011 Robyn and Graeme have been responsible for managing Manufacturing and Production, Quality Control, Implementing Management Systems and maintaining CodeMark Certification.

    In 1979 AM-BOSS first designed and manufactured prototypes of pull-down access ladders. The product was an immediate success and in 1981, AM-BOSS made its first Melbourne Home Show appearance. 
    AM-BOSS’ longevity in the industry means we have learnt and have perfected the most optimal designs using a combination of quality materials, professional expertise and exceptional workmanship.

    Owner Robyn Rutley describes how this Australian-made product has no equal when it comes to safety and certification, and on top of that, is a product that has become respected globally for its workmanship and reliability.

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

    • 37 min

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