In this Hearing Architecture mini-episode you’re going to be hearing from the architect, teacher, and “Buildings on Air” host Keefer Dunn. This episode was coordinated by SONA, the Student Organised Network for Architecture, and the interview was conducted by SONA Vice-president Nicole Mesquita Mendes .
Making the choice to study architecture at university is a big one because so few people have any exposure to what studying architecture is until you actually start studying it. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Kyle Sinko, Yoana Doleva, and Bobbie Bayley about how they’ve approached their architectural education and what they’ve done to get the most out of their learning experience.
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Bek Verrier. Bek is an award-winning Project Architect at the Hobart based practice Bence Mulcahy and also heavily involved in community projects throughout the architecture professional. Bek shares how she developed her career as an emerging architect on the beautiful island state of Tasmania.
In this episode, we’re talking to Erin Crowden, Monique Woodward, and Warren Haasnoot about how they’re doing so much incredible work as emerging architects when just the normal amount of work can result in very little time at home and with family and friends.
In this mini episode of Hearing Architecture you’re going to be hearing from Nic Brunsdon speaking with EmAGN committee member Jess Beaver about the value of architecture.
In this episode of Hearing Architecture we’re talking to architects Clare Cousins and John Wardle about the value of architecture.
This is a special episode of the Hearing Architecture podcast made in collaboration with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival. In keeping with the APAF 2021 theme “How New Is Now?”, in this episode we’re speaking about Architectural Entrepreneurism and how career progression is changing in design now that few…
This is a special episode of the Hearing Architecture podcast made in collaboration with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival. In keeping with the APAF 2021 theme “How New Is Now?”, in this episode we’re speaking about Architectural Education and how traditional knowledge can find a place in the modern university.