hpd architecture + interiors principals Laura Davis and Holly Hall share their thoughts and tips on architecture, from helping owners select the right architect to never being too late to begin a career in architecture.
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Since the previous podcast with my sister, Karen, where we discussed her experience with starting a modular home build, we’ve been getting some questions about the benefits of modular homes, prefabricated homes, panelized kit homes, and the differenc... more
In this podcast, architect Laura discusses designing a modular home with a very special guest. This is the first in a series on modular and panel builds.
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What a lovely show! Great hosts who sound very experienced and intelligent
My first ep. was 62, Never Too Old To Be An Architect. I am 25, separating from the military and eager to start my education even though it may mean I will be a student until I am 32. I am so eager I just had to ask Laura a few questions and she was very encouraging in her replies. Will continue listening and enjoying this podcast while I start my journey!
I started listening because we are about two years out from building a home. Ended up binge listening through just about all episodes b/c they are so easy and pleasant to listen to. My favorite episode to date should have been titled “so what’s the deal with college softball players’ hair.”
I have really gone on to enjoy Laura and Larry’s podcast. They work well with one another and they are very professional in their presentation of this podcast! I also enjoy how the podcast are rather brief, which makes for very easy consumption in a rather busy schedule. Keep up the good work guys!
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The Architecture Happy Hour launched 13 years ago and published 94 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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