With Erin Peavey
Exploring how our human experience is shaped by the spaces we inhabit - using science and storytelling to reveal the power of architecture and design to make us healthier, happier and more connected.
"I’ve never met a woman architect before..." podcast
The trials and tribulations of being a woman, a lover, a friend, a mother and last but not least, an architect...If you've never met a woman architect before... here SHE is!!! Join Michele Grace Hottel, owner of her namesake architecture and design firm, as she takes you on an exploration into the lives of today's Architects: their first recollections of experiencing architecture, their inspiration, their favorite buildings and what they would like to say about the future of the profession
Architect My Life Podcast
On Architect My Life podcast, the creator, Aya Shlachter encourages female creative entrepreneurs to share their journey and their success with their business.
We cover topics like business challenges, leadership, marketing, systems and of course, the state of the industry today. We’ll also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people.
Parlour:women, equity, architecture
A space to speak – bringing together research, informed opinion and resources; generating debate and discussion; expanding the spaces for women in Australian architecture.
Join Talisha Sainvil each month as she and a guest address a specific topics affecting Emerging Professionals in the world of architecture. Topics include the path to licensure, burnout, mentorship, equity, inclusion and diversity in the profession, working through COVID-19 related furlough and so much more!
Hey there! I'm Kathryn, an architectural technologist, originally from the US, but living and working in Denmark. I've noticed that architecture is often presented as this mysterious field, where geniuses create their vision with the stroke of a pen. Likewise, architecture and design educations are often competitive for access, and oftentimes not accessible for the average person. This is a channel that aims to break down these barriers, and explain concepts, history, and theory in ways that everyone can learn about, whether you're a history buff, looking to remodel your home, or a kid that wants to figure out if this is the field for you. I hope you'll enjoy your stay, and maybe feel a bit inspired along the way.