From your iPod to the Freedom Chair to the Walt Disney Concert Hall, design and architecture shape our world. On DnA: Design and Architecture host Frances Anderton talks to design world leaders about the latest in products fashion graphics architecture and more in Los Angeles and beyond.
HPD Architecture principals Laura and Larry share tips and topics on architecture, from how to choose the right architect to what interns can do to be successful as they begin their careers.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture presents selections from its diverse program of exhibitions, lectures, and conferences. Hear international architects, curators, researchers, and others address topical issues in architecture, design, and the built environment. The CCA is an international research centre and museum founded in 1979 on the conviction that architecture is a public concern. Le Centre Canadien d'Architecture présente une sélection de son programme varié d'expositions, de conférences et de colloques. Écoutez des architectes, des commissaires, des chercheurs, et autres de renommée internationale qui traitent de sujets actuels en architecture, en design et en environnement bâti. Fondé en 1979, le Centre Canadien d'Architecture est un centre international de recherche et un musée créé avec la conviction que l'architecture est d'intérêt public.
Warning! On this show you'll discover strategies, tips and secrets for running a fun, flexible and profitable architecture practice. The focus here is simple: discussion of ways for architects to create a dream architecture practice: design what you want, when you want, and get paid well for it.
Welcome to The Landscape Architecture Podcast: We are contributing and expanding the dialog of landscape architecture. To learn more we invite you to visit us online at www.Larchitect.org
Interviews with Scholars of Architecture about their New Books
Six bicycle tours by leading experts in architecture, design and the built environment, part of the 2010 London Festival of Architecture. Maps are available for self-guided tours.
Attention is Princeton's Audio Journal for Architecture. It offers concentrated and curated discursive content about architecture in a format geared to a new kind of audience: today's distracted multi-tasking digital natives. At a time when habits of attention are evolving rapidly, and we are more likely to listen to a podcast while on the move or while working late at night than we are to sit down for a day to read a book or a traditional print journal from cover to cover, Attention deploys the affect of the spoken word in interviews and debates, to focus the school and the discipline's attention on key contemporary topics within architecture.
From a personal point of view, HERE enables me to take a fresh look at architecture outside the realm of having practiced architecture professionally for 3 decades. And from a professional point of view, HERE provides me with a vehicle to explore and present my architectural sensibilities to a wider audience than those who have worked with me in my architectural practice.
Lunch Talks at CAF is a weekly program series at the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing public interest and education in architecture and design. These 45-minute talks are on a variety of topics that relate to Chicago’s architecture and built environment—from recent research in architectural history to current projects around the Chicagoland area. To learn more, view upcoming podcasts, or view accompanying slideshows visit www.architecture.org/lunch.
The Light Home sustainable design and architecture series features interviews with designers and builders about sustainable residential architecture and construction. With a special focus on light homes that are perfectly suited to the way we love to live in Australia, the podcast series will mix both audio and video, with a new podcast out every week.
"Architecture on Air" is a new kind of academic lecture series at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte's College of Architecture (CoA), featuring audio interviews. This unusual format is by design, as the series is meant to focus on helping students build a more nuanced and attentive language with which to describe the built environment and their own work (as opposed to fixating on images). "Architecture on Air" will be available worldwide to our alumni, friends and prospective students. "Architecture on Air" builds on feedback from CoA students and enlists their help formulating interview questions. The series covers architecture, history, theory, industrial design, urbanism, allied professions, social discourse and the role of architects in contemporary culture.