If you’ve listened to them already, you know how it works: four architects come together to share stories on a theme. This time the theme was built around St. Patrick’s day. We had several interpretations: stories about green architecture, getting lucky, and potent potables. Our amazing presenters for this time were Christina Hohman, Rebecca Schwartz, AIA, and F. Jeffrey Murray, FAIA.
Rebecca (left) and Christina (right), both of Michael Baker International
F. Jeffrey Murray, FAIA, of CH2M, our headliner for tonight
Jeff Murray had a visual aid for his story, which you can see below.
And thanks to Michael Baker International for opening up their corporate offices (and all of its amazing views) to us.
If you’ve listened to them already, you know how it works: four architects come together to share stories on a theme. This time the theme was Scary Stories for Halloween. Our amazing presenters for this time were Bea Spolidoro, Quintin Kittle, Anne Swager, and Rob Pfaffmann.
Unfortunately, we had to lose some of Quintin’s talk due to the slideshow not making very good radio. We’ll just have to have him back again.
Amanda Gross is a transplanted Atlantan, living and working in Pittsburgh for the last few years. You might know her if you helped knit the bridge.
Her presentation is on the artwork she’s created for her blog, Mistress Syndrome, which is “part of a lifelong journey of personal and collective healing from the multi-layered, generational trauma of what it means to be a white woman.”
Here’s a preview of my chat with Nick Doichev, principal at DLA+, which is due out next week. Everything in this preview is brand new and won’t be heard again on the full episode, it’s just stuff that I wanted you to hear but didn’t fit in the full hour. Enjoy!