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Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus concludes today with our conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's final episode is a conversation with Sam Jacob. more
Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus continues with sharing conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's episode is a conversation with Olalekan Jeyifous. more
Archinect Sessions Next Up: Exhibit Columbus continues with sharing conversations with the recipients of The J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize. Today's episode is a conversation with Ann Lui and Craig Reschke of Future Firm. more
Great way to get your weekly fix of current happenings and opinionated archi-talk. Love the interviews!
I’m a graduate student pursuing my M.Arch at Woodbury University in Los Angeles. I just recently started listening to this podcast while I’m modeling/drafting/driving etc. Its a great resource for staying up to date on lots of things happening in the architecture community, such as current projects/awards, changes in NCARB & AIA, and general hot topics. As a student, its definitely given me current event topics to add to discussions in school. The interviews are especially great when they have p... more
Excellent podcast. I totally disagree in regards to 'skipping' the beginning of the podcast relating to the 'how was your weekend' 'segment' (the assortment of information from the hosts personal activities is informative and actually architecture related therefore it is NOT a waste of time). more
This new podcast is a great window into the profession. Something we desperately need. The hosts cut to the heart of issues impacting the practice. Great for those of us in architecture and for those who are interested as well. I'm really enjoying listening to everyone without seeing them. Do they wear black and have bold glasses? Probably, but it doesn't matter as we have only their words to judge them on! And so far, their words are wise.
This might be a podcast that only architects will truly geek about, but it is accessible enough that anyone can listen in. Content is getting better with each episode as the hosts find their way in the medium. Honest discussions make it great to listen to.
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Archinect Sessions launched 9 years ago and published 205 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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