INSPIRATION

Design at the Intersection of Technology and Biology | Neri Oxman | TED Talks

Designer and architect Neri Oxman is leading the search for ways in which digital fabrication technologies can interact with the biological world. Working at...

Floating cities, the LEGO House and other architectural forms of the future | Bjarke Ingels

Design gives form to the future, says architect Bjarke Ingels. In this worldwide tour of his team's projects, journey to a waste-to-energy power plant...

Shigeru Ban: Emergency shelters made from paper

Long before sustainability became a buzzword, architect Shigeru Ban had begun his experiments with ecologically-sound building materials such as cardboard tubes and paper. His...

The next generation of African architects and designers | Christian Benimana

Christian Benimana wants to build a network of architects who can help Africa's booming cities flourish in sustainable, equitable ways -- balancing growth with...

Alejandro Aravena: My architectural philosophy? Bring the community into the process

When asked to build housing for 100 families in Chile ten years ago, Alejandro Aravena looked to an unusual inspiration: the wisdom of favelas...

Alastair Parvin: Architecture for the people by the people

Architect Alastair Parvin presents a simple but provocative idea: what if, instead of architects creating buildings for those who can afford to commission them,...

LEADERSHIP

328: Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

328: Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

Today is the second half of my interview with former HOK CEO Patrick MacLeamy.In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover...
098: Leadership in an Architecture Business, Sue Austin, Sue Austin Consulting

098: Leadership in an Architecture Business, Sue Austin, Sue Austin Consulting

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326: Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

326: Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

Today we have the privilege of hearing from one of the icons of architecture - the man who co-founded one of the largest architecture...

Apartment in St.Petersburg

APARTMENT AT ST.PETERSBURG, RUSSIA Living and master bedroom area 250 sq.m. Architect: Natalia OzerovaIn this project, we combine classic fretwork and modern furniture. White moldings on the walls and ceiling are complemented by walnut wood, natural stone from Salvatori and shimmering fabric. We made the living area and dining area light. Furniture from Minotti and Massproductions makes the…

Project HD – Black Prostir

 ⠀ Project: #HD Black Prostir Designers: Studio design #HDm2. ⠀ ⠀ Location: Kyiv, Ukraine.Total area: 150 sq.m.

MARBLE LOFT

MARBLE LOFTType: Design InteriorProject: ApartmentArea: 177m2 Year: 2019 Location: Chisinau, MoldovaArchitect: Alexandr Kishlari

STARTING A FIRM

327: Designing the World-Class Architecture Firm with Patrick MacLeamy

Today's guest should need no introduction, but you may not have heard of him because the firm he led as CEO from 2003 to...

Architect as Developer: Taking Control of Design and Getting Paid for it, with Jonathan Segal FAIA

Get more like this at http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/yt . Forget Clients! Develop your own projects. "Now is the time to do it", says Jonathan Segal, FAIA...

012: Build a Recession Proof Practice with Jo Cowen

Wow what an episode this week as I speak with the phenomenal entrepreneurial force that is Jo Cowen, co-founder and director of Jo Cowen...

Architect and Entrepreneur – A Field Guide (Book Excerpt)

http://thirtybyforty.com/spl (to download the "A+E Startup Toolkit")In this video I read an excerpt from my book, Architect + Entrepreneur. Chapter 2 "Getting Started" explores,...

Architect and Entrepreneur (Vol. 2) – Innovating Practice + Passive Income

http://thirtybyforty.com/spl (to download the companion "A+E Startup Toolkit")In this video I read an excerpt from Volume 2 of "Architect + Entrepreneur - A How-to...

Starting and Growing a World Class Residential Design Firm with Mette Aamodt

Today's incredible guest is Mette Aamodt, co-founder of Aamodt / Plumb, a design firm focused on high-end residential design. Mette Aamodt is also the...

FINANCE

253: Pricing Your Services with Blair Enns

Today we speak with the author of 2 books, The Win Without Pitching Manifesto, and his latest book, Pricing Creativity.He's one of the world's...

019: 10 Costly Business Mistakes that Architects Make When Running a Practice with Rion Willard pt 1

In this episode, taken from a live Webinar that hosted a few weeks ago, I review l0 costly business mistakes , that I have...

020: 10 Costly Business Mistakes Architects Make When Running a Practice with Rion Willard pt 2

In this episode is part 2 of the 10 costly business mistakes, that architects make when running a business.These mistakes I know intimately...

021: The #1 Threat to a Successful Architecture Practice with Johan Taft

In this episode I sit down with business and high performance mentor Johan Taft to discuss the some of the most common business threats...

How to Earn 6 Figures as an Architect

What does it take to earn 6 figures as an architect? In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover 7 ways...

13 Week Cash Flow Forecast for Architects

Download this spreadsheet here: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/13weekOxygen is something we take for granted unless it is cut off, then it becomes our highest priority.Cash for an...

STRATEGY

012: Build a Recession Proof Practice with Jo Cowen

Wow what an episode this week as I speak with the phenomenal entrepreneurial force that is Jo Cowen, co-founder and director of Jo Cowen...

A New Architect Business Model: Do Good, Make Money, and Design Like You Give A Damn with Roy Decker

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270: How I Grew My Design-Focused Design-Build Firm with John Sofio

In my work with firm owners from around the world, there's one common thread between firms that have a steady, profitable flow of work...

Strategies For Running A Successful Residential Architecture Practice

Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt . Peter Twhoy is the principal and owner of 2e Architects based out of Baltimore, Maryland. In today's show...

4 Best Business Types For Architecture Firms

Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt . Learn about the 4 main business entity types for an architecture firm: Corporation, Limited Liability Company, Professional Corporation,...

Creating an Architecture Firm Business Plan: Interview with Ryan Hansanuwat

Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt. Today we talk with architect Ryan Hansanuwat, a finalist in the 2014 Architecture Business Plan competition put on by...

MARKETING

How To Market an Architecture Firm – Part 1

Find out more on BusinessofArchitecture: http://bit.ly/1eTftvX . How to market an architecture firm: in this episode we talk with former managing director of Marketing...

How To Market an Architecture Firm – Part 2

Find out more on BusinessofArchitecture: http://bit.ly/1eTeiga . In this episode we continue our discussion about how to market an architecture firm with Kyle McAdams...

How To Make A Marketing Plan For An Architecture Firm

Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt . We talk about how to make a marketing plan for an architecture firm. Enoch Sears and Aurora Meneghello...

Marketing for Architects – Business of Architecture

Find out more on http://businessofarchitecture.com/yt . Enoch Sears and Richard Petrie discuss marketing for architects.To read more, visit the show's page on Business of...

#1 Secret to ‘Marketing’ an Architecture Firm

After working with and interviewing hundreds of successful architects, I've decided conclusively that this is the #1 key to marketing an architecture firm.No, it's...

YouTube Video Marketing for Architects with Eric Reinholdt

3 years ago, architect Eric Reinholdt started his residential architecture firm on a remote island off the coast of Maine. He faced the challenge...

COMPETITION CONFERENCES

The Design Competition Conference (2015)

Design competitions are increasingly used to procure the design of, well, just about anything. Governments, philanthropies, advocacy organizations, developers, and even celebrities are offering...

What’s a Guggenheim? Symposium (January 30, 2015)

Todd Gannon moderates a discussion with nine entrants from SCI-Arc in the Guggenheim Foundation’s 2012 competition for a museum in Helsinki: Eric Owen Moss...

COMPETITION DISCUSSIONS

ProArchitect #018 – Architecture Competitions are a DISGRACE to the profession

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Angewandte competition symposium: Why Bother? (October 11, 2012)

Eric Owen Moss explains that the discussion was supposed to start with a discussion by Jeffrey Kipnis of the entries to the competition for...

Section D – Competitions

This week we take a look at a critically important but less visible facet of the architectural world: competitions. How does the unbuilt world...

Section D – On Design 11: Why have architecture competitions?

Many of the world’s most important buildings are the result of architecture competitions. But those same events are often politically fraught – and critics...

How to Turn Competition into Referrals

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From Competition to Firm with Seán McAlister

Today Rion Willard sits down for a conversation with Seán McAlister of the architectural design firm Seán and Stephen. Seán and Stephen is an...

How to Win Against Large Architecture Firms

Last week I spoke with an architect who's been running his practice for the past 30 years. Over the past 7 years, he's been...

330: Winning Through Competitions with Ondřej Chybík

Today, I speak with Ondřej Chybík, co-founder of Czech architecture and urban design practice, CHYBIK + KRISTOF.On today's episode, you’ll discover how Ondřej and...

APPLIED RESEARCH

Patrik Schumacher's keynote speech at Dezeen x Grohe's Wave of the Future event

Zaha Hadid Architects principal Patrik Schumacher delivers his keynote speech on architecture, technology and generative design at Dezeen x Grohe's Wave of the Future.Read...

Open Course: Advanced Studio IV – Designing for Resilience

Adriana Chávez and Victor Rico of Oficina de Resiliencia Urbana give a guest lecture to the Advanced IV Architecture Studio at Columbia GSAPP lead...

Achim Menges – COMPUTATIONAL MATERIAL CULTURE IN ARCHITECTURE

ACHIM MENGES Thomas Jefferson Visiting Professor Lecture Mon. 9.10.18, 4:30PM, Campbell Hall 153 COMPUTATIONAL MATERIAL CULTURE IN ARCHITECTUREAchim Menges is a registered architect and professor at the...

JANETTE KIM & TROY CONRAD THERRIEN /// Introducing ARPA: Applied Research Practices in Architecture

Conversation recorded with Janette Kim & Troy Conrad Therrien in New York on August 20, 2014 http://the-archipelago.net/2014/08/31/janette-kim-troy-conrad-therrien-introducing-arpa-applied-research-practices-in-architecture/Source by The Funambulist Podcast

URBAN DESIGN CONFERENCE: CONDITIONS AND PROJECTIONS – Applied Research

The contemporary conditions that are shaping the built environment globally are of an unprecedented scale and complexity creating the need for a critical evaluation...

FELIPE CORREA: Building a Culture of Description

SDI Lecture Series, July 13, 2020Felipe Correa is a founder and managing Partner of Somatic Collaborative. Through Somatic Collaborative Felipe has directed a wide...

CONFERENCES ON PRACTICE

Confronting Climate Change: The Five Thousand Pound Life (2018)

The United States faces two immense and inextricable challenges: how to reimagine the American way of life to address...

DDes Conference: Data Across Scales: Reshaping Design (2015)

The Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Doctor of Design Studies Program hosted the international interdisciplinary conference Data Across...

Urban-Tech Startups: The Role of Private Sector Innovation in Shaping Our Cities (2020)

Who should have power to shape the city? How can the private and public sectors complement each other? And...

Constructing (Engaged) Practice (2019)

Constructing (engaged) Practice traces, the narratives of young firms from around the globe critically engaged in political, technological, intellectual,...

Worlds of Homelessness (2019)

There is a common misconception that city planning and architecture seek to provide “solutions to end homelessness.” These solutions...

Deep Vista (2018)

New ideas in architectural practice and theory arising from rapidly changing technology will be explored by experts in design,...

Constructing Practice (2017)

Constructing Practice traces the narratives of 15 firms from around the globe that were established within the past 10 years....

GSD at the Chicago Architecture Biennial: New Materialisms (2017)

“New Materialisms: Histories Make Practice | Practices Make History” brings together historians, critics, and practitioners to discuss the complex...

Labs, Incubators, Colonies (2018)

On the occasion of welcoming our 4th class of incubator members, GSAPP and NEW INC convene a discussion on...

DEBATE

Architects Patrik Schumacher and Mark Foster Gage face off

Two of the world’s leading architects, Mark Foster Gage and Patrik Schumacher, discussed their sharply divergent views about built...

Cities and Technology Debate Series: The Driverless City and the Future of Streets

Panelists:Seleta Reynolds (Los Angeles Department of Transportation)Robin Chase (Zipcar)Diane Davis (GSD)Moderator: Andres Sevtsuk (GSD)source

No Parks? A debate with Sarah Dunn, Karen K Lee, Nikita Lopoukhine , Martin Lukacs, Martin Rein-Cano

Would we be better off without parks?On 25 May 2017, the CCA invited two teams to debate this question,...

The High Line: A Debate

Recognizing the High Line with a prize in urban design that is housed in the Department of Urban Planning...

Jane Jacobs vs. Robert Moses: How Stands the Debate Today?

Recorded: October 11, 2006 Jane Jacobs’ death in 2006 triggered many conversations about her legacy to New York. In particular,...

THEORY

Reading List | #1 – ‘A Theory of Architecture’

In the first of a series of short episodes I talk about the first book that should be on...

Theory of Architecture | #6 – Patrik Schumacher

Patrik Schumacher is Principal of Zaha Hadid Architects and has written and lectured extensively on architectural theory, most notably...

Reading List | #2 – ‘A Pattern Language’

My second architectural book recommendation is 'A Pattern Language' by Christopher Alexander. Here I talk about how this book...

Theory of Architecture | #5 – Piers Taylor

Piers Taylor is an architect, former television presenter, and director of Invisible Studio. In conversation with Bruce Buckland, Director...

Reading List | #3 – ‘The Sympathy of Things’

My third architectural book recommendation is 'The Sympathy of Things' by Lars Spuybroek. Here I talk in more detail...

Theory of Architecture | #4 – Richard Beckett

Richard Beckett is a Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, where he is Co-Director of BiotA Lab, researching...