Podcasts for the Modern Architect

So far, we’ve been sharing interesting articles and news in our MAG News section, but now we’ve decided to look into podcasts for a change. Below are some podcasts that piqued our interest, and that we believe can be both entertaining and useful to our fellow architects and artists. Enjoy and feel free to share your opinion – we’re eager to hear what your thoughts are!

Design Matters with Debbie Millman: Pierluiggi Serraino

Debbie Millman has been podcasting for over 10 years, and has had guests from all kinds of industries. She has spoken with artists, writers, designers, and more, but in this particular episode she spoke with architect and writer Pierluiggi Serraino about things creative people have in common.

Archispeak: Tools

Archispeak covers a wide variety of architecture related topics, spanning from design to engineering, so there is something for everyone. Its hosts Evan Troxel, Neal Pann, and Cormac Phalen have been discussing all things architecture since 2012, and in this episode they discuss all the new tools which will affect the way architecture is practiced.

Archispeak: New technology

Along with various tools used in architecture, new technologies are also changing architecture in various ways. Tune in to hear exactly what kind of tech is bound to make a difference in the world of architecture.

The Architecture Happy Hour: Fun trends in home decor

Principals Laura Davis and Holly Hall have hosted the podcast for 10 years, discussing various topics about architecture and interior design. The topic of this particular episode are fresh trends in interior design, so you are sure to find something to incorporate into your future projects.

Failed Architecture: Listen to the City, It’s Trying to Tell You Something

Failed Architecture has an interesting outlook on the future of architecture and they are not afraid to speak candidly about any and all issues concerning, and even caused by, architecture. In the episode in question, they discuss an interesting concept in urban discourse – the representation of cities and architecture through sound.