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Phil Williams and Natalie Jamieson interview the world's biggest selling writers of fiction, non-fiction, sport, cookery, children's and biography books. These are big selling, easy to read books you'll love. Featuring writers who've sold millions and uncovering gems from new talent. Each episode will feature a writer who'll read an extract of their book to you, discuss it with Phil & Natalie and also give their recommendations for other books to read. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o ...
 
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We don’t often think about it but where do you think you’ll live after you turn 70? Aged care design considers people's connection to their community, allows for physical limitations, and also helps express people's individual characters when their memories need a helping hand. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Y E Ng, James…
 
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Dr. Josephine Vaughan speaking with EmAGN committee member Kalyna Sparks. Jo is a lecturer at the University of Newcastle and teaches Construction Ecology and also researches building materials and their impact whether positive or negative on the natural environment and human health. Jo is also …
 
What's not to love about the writing of Taylor Jenkins Reid? She had us long before Daisy Jones & The Six with her dreamy depictions of the drama of life and we both happily settled in for the 80s surfer celebrity vibe she created for her latest, Malibu Rising. So much to unpick with Taylor, from how much real life gets blended into her stories, th…
 
Every new building is made up of lots of products that someone chose throughout the design process. Not only do these products need to perform well to protect us but where they came from and the way they were made also has a knock-on effect. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Andrew Geeves, Clare Kennedy, and David Schultis a…
 
The Other Black Girl is a searing account of the publishing world, as told by, well, there's a clue in the title... Actually there are a number of Black women telling their stories in this thriller of a read, which happens to be Zakiya's debut as a fiction author. She joins Phil and Natalie from her home in Brooklyn, NYC to explain how her novel ha…
 
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Melanie Binks with EmAGN committee member Jess Beaver. Melanie is a registered architect who now works in the construction industry. She is currently the digital engineering manager as part of the Evolve Bayswater Alliance Team working on the Bayswater train station in Western Australia. Melanie…
 
Technology is present in nearly every aspect of architectural practice, whether it be digital sketches, building information modeling, or even simply keeping timesheets. Along with the technology in architecture studios, the tools that builders and fabricators use are getting more advanced. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to …
 
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Georgia Birks. Georgia is an indigenous practicing graduate architect and co-curator of the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival aka APAF. At the time of this recording, Georgia was working as an Associate with Meyers Elliott in Brisbane and since then started a new position at Architecture Media.…
 
While it might seem like some of the most clinical, prescriptive, or old fashioned architecture work, working on heritage and conservation projects can help connect us with some of the strongest collective emotions of a community. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Susan Philips, Eric Martin, and Sophie Bence about working on…
 
Phil Williams & Natalie Jamieson are back. With more top writers. More great reads. Most importantly, these are big commercial fiction books that we're proud to say we've loved. Join Nat and Phil as they break through snobbery in reading and champion books that will be bestsellers. In this trailer you'll hear some sneak preview clips of the authors…
 
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Sarah Lebner. Sarah is the principal architect at Light House Architecture and Science, author of “101 Things I didn’t Learn in Architecture School” and the 2020 ACT and National Emerging Architect Prize winner. Sarah speaks about her book and the process of putting together an extremely useful …
 
When it comes to getting design inspiration, magazines have always been a gold mine for designers and the public alike. Since design blogs, websites and social media took off, there has been an explosion of different ways to get a design fix. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Gemma Savio, Fernando Jerez, and Amelia Lee about…
 
In this mini-episode, you’re going to be hearing from Jeremy Schluter. Jeremy is a senior associate with Hassell Studio and when we recorded this Jeremy was a member of the committee developing a Code of Novation guideline for the Australian Institute of Architects. Through his work with Hassell, Jeremy has an in-depth understanding of how Novation…
 
To get a building built there needs to be a contract between the builder and client. Novation contracts are a new model of contract that some architects say may impact build quality. Others say when these risks are managed correctly, there’s less to worry about than first thought. In this episode of Hearing Architecture, we’re talking to Nick Loren…
 
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