Hearing Architecture is a podcast featuring professionals from within the built environment, sharing what they do, and why it's important. In this podcast, we'll be interviewing architects, builders, and designers from around Australia who will tell us about the work they are doing to improve our cities and neighbourhoods.
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In this episode, our host Sam Bowstead is interviewing architects Craig Hayman & Hannah Charlton from Hayman Charlton Architects. Craig and Hannah discuss designing and building sustainable off-grid ecotourism lodges in wild Africa. They discuss spen... more
In this episode, our host Olivia McKim interviews architects Ben McPherson and Natalie Di Sisto from DesignInc Adelaide. Ben and Natalie discuss the Wulunda Recreation and Convention Centre in Mount Gambier, South Australia and how DesignInc undertoo... more
In this episode, our host Aileen Chew is interviewing Sophie Bond from Hassell and Anna Silva from SPH Architecture. Aileen, Sophie and Anna discuss gender equity in architecture, and how these considerations impact work-life balance in the architect... more
A great podcast with discussing architecture from a variety of perspectives. Highlighting that the profession is much more than just design, it is a complex series of relationships and problem solving. Keep up the great work.
I never realised how much of an architect's work is almost that of a psychologist, trying to figure out what a person actually wants beneath the surface. Fascinating stuff.
As a current M.Arch student, I am finding these podcasts so unbelievably helpful. Hearing from industry professionals on a regular basis and their informed opinions about the profession is great. more
After having listened to 99% Invisible for many years, I was seeking out design related podcasts, I really wanted to hear some in-depth discussion from professional designers on how they work and what they do and how it affects everyday. This is an interesting glimpse into the world of architecture and how the world around us is built by the pros. Fascinating stuff!
I’m an architecture enthusiast, and new to the world of podcasts. I came across this podcast after seeing it on Instagram. Have just finished listening to the complete first season and it is a must. Can’t wait for the next season. more
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Hearing Architecture launched 4 years ago and published 96 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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