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This week, I'm speaking to Dale Sinclair, the Director of Innovation at AECOM, one of the world's largest infrastructure consultancies. His core expertise is in delivering large-scale projects using innovative, interdisciplinary workflow-aligned digital tools developed within AECOM's technology partners. He's also an author. He published several bo…
 
This week, I'm speaking to Kyle Webb who is the Founder and Principal of KH Webb Architects who are based in Colorado. Webb Architects was born in 1999 and boasts and an impressive array of innovative designs, many of them getting regional and national recognition. A lot of these projects are in the Town of Vail. Webb Architects have also worked ou…
 
This week, I'm talking to Tomasz Romaniewicz who is an Associate at Bond Bryan. He's in charge of land regeneration and development. He commenced his current position at Bond Bryan at around 2017 and has become a specialist with a focus on bridging the gap between the traditional norms of architect and developer. These duties include sourcing devel…
 
This week, I'm speaking to Eric Clough who is the founder of Manhattan-based design firm 212box. Eric was originally from the Midwest and spent his formative years in both Brussels and London. He graduated from Yale in 1999 and founded 212box in late 2000. 212box is actually made up of six companies, which are working in different disciplines and d…
 
This week, I'm speaking to Peter Farrall and Stephen Brookhouse who are co-authors of "Good Practice Guide: Fees," recently published from the RIBA. Peter Farrall is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Liverpool where he is responsible for the Professional Studies as well as being a studio tutor on the BA and MArch courses. Prior to his current …
 
This week, I'm speaking to Christina Kaz and Lilit Devejian, Founders and Principal Designers of LUXYSPACE, an interior design firm based in California with studios in both Fresno and Beverly Hills. Christina and Lilit have a fabulous story and a very inspiring relationship. Both are Armenian, both are incredibly stylish, and both are often mistake…
 
This week, I'm speaking to Matthew Dearlove who is the Head of Design of Greenwich Peninsula at Knight Dragon, the development company. Matthew's career started off as an architect, trained in Cambridge and the Royal College of Art. He's worked internationally. He worked for a brief period at Robert Stern Architects. He was a research associate at …
 
This week, we are speaking with Bee Rarewala who is the Vice President and Director of Corporate Brand Strategy and Communications at CRTKL. She recently joined the LA office and she centered her 20-year career around the nexus of design-thinking and business strategy. She actually holds a degree in Economics and she's not formally trained as an ar…
 
This week, we meet Peter Corbett who is the Co-Founder, along with David Tasker, of Corbett and Tasker, a design-focused structural engineering practice. I actually had the good fortune to work with Peter on a number of projects, and I've always been incredibly impressed with their approach, their creativity, their expertise, and the way that they …
 
This week, I am speaking with David Hacin who is the Founding Principal and Creative Director of Hacin + Associates, an interdisciplinary architecture design firm founded in Boston in 1993. They're currently a 30+person team dedicated to design excellence and client service. David has a plethora of recognition and awards for the studio's broad port…
 
This week, I am speaking with Geoff Ross. Geoff is a real estate development executive who has interdisciplinary expertise. He has both been trained as an architect and has worked in several architectural offices in New York City, and then he transitioned into the ownership and development side where he has worked with some of the largest and most …
 
This week, I'm speaking with architecture firm IT Specialist, Boris Rapoport. Boris has had over 20 years of experience helping architectural design and engineering firms make their business more efficient and profitable with the use of technology. He is the founder of the IT support firm, ArchIT, who exclusively serves architecture, design, and en…
 
This week, I'm talking to Oz Lancaster who's the Founder and Director of Oz Designs, a London-based interior design company. Oz works with an extraordinary array of high-profile clients from royal families to high net worth individuals, and she's got an international portfolio of stunning work. In this interview, Oz and I discuss how she has grown …
 
This week, I'm speaking with Griff Davenport, FAIA, who is the DLR Group's Chief Executive Officer. Griff leads the firm's executive leadership team and collaborates with the senior leadership to craft the firm's business strategy and to progress the evolution of DLR Group design. He's been instrumental in developing and driving the growth of the g…
 
This week, I'm speaking to Martin King who is an Architect and the Practice Leader of Douglas and King Architects. Douglas and King grew up in Shoreditch in East London, in a time before it was the uber-trendy design fashion capital location of East London. They were actually one of the architects that were responsible for contributing to a lot of …
 
This week, I am speaking with Arnaud Zannier, Founder of Zannier Hotel Group. This is a must-listen for those firms who are interested in working in high-end hospitality. Arnaud entered into hospitality after a successful career running his own fashion brand. When building the Zannier Group brand, Arnaud's focus was on creating an alternative luxur…
 
This week, I am talking to Alan Dempsey who is the architect, entrepreneur, and founder of Nex, which is a London-based design studio. Alan has an entrepreneurial past. He has set up and owned several businesses from a young age. He's always had a passion for design and architecture. He's got a deep amount of experience in working on the constructi…
 
This week, we're speaking with Anthony Laney, an architect, designer, Co-Founder, and Partner of Laney LA, an architecture firm based in Los Angeles predominantly focused on residential work. In this conversation, Anthony discusses their marketing strategies and their business approach. He goes into a lot of depth about the core values and beliefs …
 
This week, we speak with Amos Goldreich of Amos Goldreich Architecture. Amos is a social media wizard who has been incredibly innovative with his usage of social media. His Instagram account goes into a lot of depth and detail about the behind-the-scenes of his practice and how they work, creating a compelling narrative and using the platform in a …
 
Today, I'm speaking with Michelle Fenton who runs Khora Architecture, a firm based in Vancouver, Canada. She also hosts the podcast Happitecture, which aims to explore ideas and discover what it takes to develop resilient, sustainable, thriving, inclusive, and happy communities. Michelle has always been one of our star fellows in the Architecture F…
 
This week, we speak with marketing consultant and co-editor at Cambridge Architecture, Susie Lober, as we pick her brains and get some of her 18 years of experience in developing and implementing successful marketing strategies for architects. Since 2014, she's been running LO Marketing, a specialist marketing agency and communication support for a…
 
Architect Peter Twohy runs residential architecture practice in Baltimore, Maryland. Over the past 16 years, Peter has gone from designing basements and porches to being recognized as one of Baltimore's premier architects. Today, Peter shares lessons learned building his firm as well as a powerful strategy he's using to win better clients and earn …
 
Today, I have the honor to speak with Paul Petrunia, founder of Archinect. Launched in 1997, Archinect.com is the most established online architecture communication and content source for the architecture and design community. Tens of thousands of architects, students, and fans browse the site daily for the latest jobs, news headlines, competition,…
 
This week, I am speaking with Herman Morgan who is the founder of M_A/D. Herman began his architectural studies at Southbank(!) in London, completing at Metropolitan University in 2006. He's worked for some great practices like Adjaye Associates, Arup, HOK, Grimshaw. He's done work on the 2012 Olympic Legacy venue and masterplanning for the London …
 
This is a Business of Architecture Bonus Episode. Hello, and welcome back architect Nation. I’m Enoch Sears and this is the show where you'll discover tips, strategies and secrets for building an architecture practice that lets you do your best work, more often. Architects and related professionals design our world ... They make it safe, beautiful …
 
This is a Business of Architecture Bonus Episode. Hello, and welcome back architect Nation. I’m Enoch Sears and this is the show where you'll discover tips, strategies and secrets for building an architecture practice that lets you do your best work, more often. Architects and related professionals design our world ... They make it safe, beautiful …
 
Today we speak with architectural lighting designer and founder of Nulty, Paul Nulty. Nulty was originally in London and is an award-winning lighting design consultancy renowned for delivering immersive lighting projects for huge global brands such as Nike, Samsung, Harrods, Bloomingdale's, and Burberry with an international footprint spanning Euro…
 
Today I had the opportunity to speak with Thomas Rasche who has a lot of experience working both in the architectural sector and property. He is the author of a number of property books called "They Huffed and They Puffed: Why The Three Little Pigs Chose Their Buildings," "Concepts of Value in Property," and "Strategic Definition: Property Developm…
 
Today we have not one, not two but three directors of Billings Jackson Design, an industrial design firm working at the interface of construction and product manufacturing. Duncan Jackson is an engineer and a furniture designer by training. He founded Billings Jackson Design in London in 1992 with Eoin Billings to bring industrial and product desig…
 
Today's we have the fabulous Polly Bateman. Polly is a performance and mindset coach who specializes in being able to draw out and obliterate your hidden inner blocks and whip you into action towards your highest potential. She has worked with clients from all walks of life from entrepreneurs, C-suite executives, public figures, world-class athlete…
 
Today, we're speaking with AUX Architecture founder Brian Wickersham. AUX Architecture is an award-winning architecture firm based in Los Angeles with an eclectic array of different types of project typologies, working in high-end residential, mixed-use, multi-family, and a number of cultural projects as well. Brian and I discuss how AUX was born o…
 
This week, I’m speaking to Michelle Lowe, the Founding Director of Redshell Consulting, about the importance of building powerful teams, keeping everybody focused on delivering for the good of the project, and the roles and relationships within the processes of construction. Redshell is a consultancy firm that offers project management, cost manage…
 
Today, we're speaking with one of the co-founders of Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Andre Herrero. Andre received his architectural training at the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts and a degree in Architecture in 2012. He then went to the UK, working for David Chipperfield Architects in London. He then worked for SANAA…
 
Our guest this week is business coach and entrepreneur, Ray Brown. For about 5 years, Ray has worked at CEO-level across six companies, including overseeing the sale of Scotland's largest watercolor business Premier Water to global food giant Danone in 2005. In late 2005, after moving to Australia with his family, he was selected to join the intern…
 
This week I’m speaking to property finance specialist Mark Watts of Yumo Finance, about how you can finance your development projects and better understand the financial processes our property developer clients work through. Make specialises in financial advisory, commercial lending and loans, mortgage lending and financial consulting all within th…
 
This week I’m speaking with Christian Giordano, president and majority shareholder of Mancini Duffy, a technology first design firm based in New York City and New Jersey. Christian is an innovator, an entrepreneur, a visionary, and a disruptor; he’s the inventor of The Toolbelt LLC, a software suite that allows users to explore and manipulate 3D mo…
 
We continue honoring the women in architecture in today’s interview with architect Julia Nagele. Nagele is making her mark on the Seattle skyline, currently leading the design of her second high-rise tower in the city while working at Hewitt, at which she is a Principal and the Director of Design. In today’s interview, you’ll discover the skills Ju…
 
Today kicks off Women’s History Month here in the United States. Today, I'm joined by three impactful and accomplished women who are making history in their own right here with us today. Carrie Byles, Xuan Fu, and Laura Ettelman compose the executive committee of Skidmore, Ownings and Merrill, one of the world’s most highly respected and successful…
 
This week I'm speaking with Darren Bray the founder of Studio B.a.d, at the RIBA (pre lockdown), about the future of the profession, the power of listening and going beyond traditional architectural service propositions. Darren launched his own practice Studio – B.a.d in Hampshire: A thoughtful design studio interested in the social value of how 21…
 
Today I speak with Bryon McCartney, a branding and web design expert who helps AEC firms use branding & marketing to increase their visibility & influence so they can attract & win better clients and projects. In today’s episode, you’ll discover the difference between “brand” and “branding” as well as Bryon’s opinion on what you should be thinking …
 
Today I speak with Alex Gore and Lance Cayko of the Colorado architecture firm F9 Productions. These guys also run a great podcast related to everything about running a firm, search for “Inside the Firm” in your favorite podcasting app. In this episode, you’ll discover how Al and Lance have added construction services to their business model, by of…
 
For those of us perhaps suffering from lockdown fatigue - a dose of Faye Kilgour, the 'What If' Coach is just what the doctor ordered. Faye Kilgour is on a mission to support people to go from feeling overwhelmed and frustrated, to feeling inspired and ready to indulge in the ‘what if…’ of life. Faye has experience training educators in coaching sk…
 
Our guest today is Lee Skolnick FAIA, who runs an award-winning architecture practice based in New York City. The firm, Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership is about 30 people strong, and has an accomplished portfolio of museum, cultural and luxury residential projects. In today’s episode, we discuss how Skolnick has grown the practice to win…
 
Today, I speak with architect Mark R. LePage, founder of EntreArchitect. Today we discuss entrepreneurship, especially as it relates to the world of architecture. We also discuss innovation in business including one trend today that can set you up for success tomorrow. Check out Mark's work at EntreArchitect - https://entrearchitect.com/ Gābl Media…
 
This week I sit down with Ewa Lenart and Alex Holton of Purcell, Architects, Masterplanners and Heritage Consultants to speak about the history of Purcell and its exciting plans to move towards an employee owned business. Ewa Lenart is an Architect at Purcell, with over 6 years of experience in practice with predominantly with cultural projects, la…
 
Today I speak with the managing partner of Page’s office based in Houston, Texas. Page is a multi-disciplinary firm with 9 offices around the world. Previous to his position with Page, he led design teams at CRS and HOK. Today, Chavez speaks about the key to leadership, working with people, and how to create an organization that performs at its bes…
 
Today I speak with the former Business Development manager of OMA’s Hong Kong office, Viviano Villarreal-Buerón. Viviano has since launched his own successful architecture firm, Mass Operations, based in Monterrey, Mexico. Today we talk about how to get business development done as a busy architect running a small practice. ► Subscribe to my YouTub…
 
In this week's interview I speak with Douglas Teiger about creating a humanist approach to an architectural practice. With over 38 years in practice, Douglas has a wide range of experience. He started working for other firms after graduating in 1982 which led him to open his own firm in 1989. In 1999, Douglas formed a partnership, Abramson Teiger A…
 
Hello and welcome back, Architect Nation. I'm Enoch Sears. and this is the show where you'll discover tips, strategies and secrets for building an architecture practice that lets you do your best work, more often. Today our topic is how to increase your firm's visibility. My guest is Karl Feldmen of the professional services marketing firm Hinge. H…
 
This week I speak with Nigel Husband, Director of Architecture at Z Group, the UK’s first genuine Alternative Business Structure (ABS) regulated by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority), ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects). Nigel originally took over his father’s practice…
 
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