Talking Architecture & Design

By Architecture & Design

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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    Episode 74: Former AIA President Clare Cousins goes to war over the governments Anzac Hall rebuild
    36:37
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    Episode 73: Damian Barker & Nik Dunoski from Jackson Teece Architects explain the design concepts behind Anglicare's Woolooware Shores Retirement Village
    52:18
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    Episode 72: Tina Fox from Scott Carver on sustainability, organisational change and the changing nature of hotel design
    36:09
  4. 4.
    Episode 71: Architect Ian Moore talks about the evolution & adaptation of the modern bathroom
    45:09
  5. 5.
    Episode 70: Associate Professor Philip Russo talks about the importance infection control in aged & health care facilities
    39:45
  6. 6.
    Episode 69: Elizabeth Farrelly talks about her new book, Killing Sydney and why architecture matters
    47:30
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    Episode 68: Richard Harrison, National Business Development Manager at ALSPEC talks about Aluminium frames, cladding & standards
    35:03
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    Episode 67: Michael Teys & Craig Penton talk about building safety issues as well as the future of cladding and what is happening with cladding rectification
    46:30
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    Episode 66: Aidan Mullan, Sustainability and Lean Manager for Interface talks about the road to carbon negativity
    32:02
  2. 10.
    Episode 65: Veena Sahajwalla from UNSW & Diana Sarcasmo from Mirvac explain how building new apartments from waste is the next big thing
    32:19
  3. 11.
    Episode 64: Alexander Symes describes how a practical and poetic understanding of crafting a building is crucial
    34:57
  4. 12.
    Episode 63: Chris McCue from Carr on New Brutalism, Biophilic design and his new project at Brunswick Yard
    31:21
  5. 13.
    Episode 62: Dr. Steve Cummings from Caroma talks about the importance of designing for dignity in aged-care
    30:44
  6. 14.
    Episode 61: Troy Creighton, MD of Stormtech on why lowering our water usage is now more crucial than its ever been
    45:00
  7. 15.
    Episode 60: Tisha Lee, a director at K2LD explains how the design world is adapting to our new normal
    27:01
  8. 16.
    Episode 59: William Chan talks about how architecture and the design sector are vital to tackling both climate and social change
    26:27
  9. 17.
    Episode 58: Aidan Mullan from Interface talks about floors, floor design, building waste, sustainability and is there such a thing as smart flooring?
    27:31
  10. 18.
    Episode 57: Christian Hampson, Co-founder and Director of Yerrabingin, on urban rooftop farms, Indigenous bushfire mitigation & sustainability
    22:15
  11. 19.
    Episode 56: Nicci Leung from Lifepod Evolution on how data, automation and AI are influencing sustainability in the built environment
    24:09
  12. 20.
    Episode 55: Tone Wheeler on social housing and do we need a housing crash to fix all our social housing woes?
    43:51
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    Episode 54: Architect, lecturer, author and councilor Professor Philip Thalis talks about the design of Sydney, where its gone wrong & what we can do about it
    33:31
  14. 22.
    Episode 53: Gerhana Waty, director of urban design at the Hansen Partnership on how humans and their space is more crucial than ever thanks to COVID-19
    28:30
  15. 23.
    Episode 52: Koichi Takada talks about sustainable design and how COVID-19 has forever changed how we work, live and design our buildings
    37:20
  16. 24.
    Episode 51: Peter Hogg talks about the challenges of teaching design, post-COVID architecture and why work will never be the same
    36:49
  17. 25.
    Episode 50: Troy Creighton talks about the importance of making building materials in Australia, sustainability and smart drains
    20:24
  18. 26.
    Episode 49: Steve Fox from BIM Consulting & Sydney University talks about the huge impact data is having on the design profession
    34:26
  19. 27.
    Episode 48: How COVID-19 has changed the built industry, why moving to green buildings now makes sense and should building products be manufactured onshore
    24:49
  20. 28.
    Episode 47: John Lorente discuses sustainability, the building industry, timber use in architecture and manufacturing building products in Australia
    21:29
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    Episode 46: Kris Daff talks about why rent-with-the-option-to-buy is the smart way to address housing issues
    30:46
  22. 30.
    Episode 45: Architect Jo Gillies on how social isolation will change who we are as people and as workers
    28:00
  23. 31.
    Episode 44: Architect and lecturer Sandra Furtado surveys our new work / life lockdown paradigm
    25:59
  24. 32.
    Episode 43: Caroma's Dr. Peter Sweatman talks toilet design, water usage, automation and why toilet paper is on the way out
    44:59
  25. 33.
    Episode 42: Gensler’s Sustainable Design Leader for A/PAC Nermine Zahran and her journey of architectural discovery
    35:38
  26. 34.
    Episode 41: Architectus Principal Studio Leader, Ruth Wilson on the design and management of large and complex projects
    37:52
  27. 35.
    Episode 40: We talk with landscape architects Kate Luckraft and Bianca Pineda about urban designs, gender roles in design & trees
    43:10
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    Episode 39: We talk with Penny Fuller, a recent recipient of the AIA’s Emerging Architect Prize, which she was awarded for her first built project in Australia
    32:30
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    Episode 38: Architect and lecturer Tone Wheeler dispels the myths over the reasons for our bushfire crisis
    48:55
  30. 38.
    Episode 37: Bushfires and how to negate them. We talk with sustainable building designer and rural fire fighter Dick Clarke
    45:29
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    Episode 36: JMP's John McAslan & Troy Uleman talk about the Central Station redesign, urban planning and the process of design
    44:59
  32. 40.
    Episode 35: Tone Wheeler talks about designers, ecology, education, Bali and how Australia became a hotbed of sustainable design
    42:39
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    Episode 34: Talking Architecture & Design talks to Speckel software co-developer Darren O'Dea
    42:29
  34. 42.
    Episode 33: Amanda Stanaway from Woods Bagot talks about workplace design and the changing workplace
    18:30
  35. 43.
    Episode 32: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with PTW Architects director Diane Jones
    18:35
  36. 44.
    Episode 31: Ros Moriarty talks about the increasing understanding and appreciation of Indigenous design
    39:29
  37. 45.
    Episode 30: Koos de Keijzer gives an insight into urban design, what architects should be designing and the future of urban planing
    52:00
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    Episode 29: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with Jodie Taylor, International Towers' head of Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement
    23:30
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    Episode 28: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with David Kaunitz on disaster architecture and urban design
    20:49
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    Episode 27: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Simone Oliver from Architectus about the future of workplace design
    25:29
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    Episode 26: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Dyson's Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University
    26:04
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    Episode 25: Robyn Lindsey, Geyer's innovation and thought leader talks retail & urban design, generational change & wellness
    25:59

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