Scott Lindenau
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by Adam Wagoner
2w ago
In this episode of Architect-ing, we're joined by Scott Lindenau, an architect known for his innovative designs that prioritize the integration of light and minimalist principles. Scott shares insights into his creative process, showcasing standout projects like his own Aspen trailer park residence and a transformative 1968 house. He opens up about the dynamic partnership with his wife, who leads the interiors division, and discusses the future expansion of Studio B Architecture + Interiors, with a spotlight on a significant Chicago project. Join us for a glimpse into the visionary world of Sc ..read more
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Adrian Sopher and Erin Bagnall
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by Adam Wagoner
1M ago
In this conversation, Adrian Sopher and Erin Bagnall, principals of Sopher Sparn Architects, reflect on their professional journeys in the ever-evolving realm of architecture and urban planning. Adrian's career was significantly shaped by a pivotal moment in architecture school that sparked his deeper exploration of the field, while Erin's path was marked by adaptability and resilience, navigating challenges from the aftermath of 9/11 to finding her niche in interior design. Their joint venture, Sopher Sparn, emerged from their shared experiences in tackling complex entitlement work, eventuall ..read more
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Ron Abo
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by Adam Wagoner
2M ago
In this week’s episode of Architect-ing, we talk with Ron Abo, FAIA, an architect with a rich history of community-focused work. Ron Abo recounts his experiences and insights, and how he discovered architecture as an outlet for his creative passions and a way to combat loneliness as a Japanese American in a predominantly white neighborhood. Ron's journey through architecture school in the 1960s led him to engage with real community projects during the War on Poverty's Model Cities initiative. He vividly recalls his involvement with the West Side Design Center and collaborating with diverse ind ..read more
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Jason Ro and Zac Rockett
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by Adam Wagoner
2M ago
Zac Rockett and Jason Ro, of Ro | Rockett Design, join the show to talk about their inspiring journey of collaborative creativity. They recount the pivotal moment when they transitioned from established firms to launching their practice, emphasizing the importance of meaningful projects that fueled their growth. They also touch on design-centered approach, collaboration with clients to achieve shared design goals, and the significance of harnessing site attributes to shape unique architectural solutions. This episode is all about their professional trajectory, emphasizing the essence of meanin ..read more
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Louise Bordelon
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by Adam Wagoner
3M ago
Louise Bordelon, Chair of the Landscape Architecture Department at the University of Colorado Denver, joins the show to talk about her diverse background and experiences, from growing up in Cape Town, South Africa, to her journey through architecture school and beyond. Louise explores the unique architectural landscape of South Africa, the challenges of designing for low-cost housing in shanty towns, and the tension between traditional architectural education and real-world design problems. Louise shares insights into her research on the Natchez Trace Parkway and explores the intersection of ..read more
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Bill Allen
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by Adam Wagoner
4M ago
Bill Allen, founder of Evolve Lab, joins the show to talk about the importance of technology and networking and the personal insights that shaped his unique journey. Bill shares his story from studying computer-aided drafting to working at HDR Architecture and eventually becoming a conference speaker, focusing on topics like computational design and interoperability using tools like Grasshopper and Dynamo. Prepare to be amazed by the transformative power of cutting-edge tools such as Helix, enabling model conversion, Glyph, revolutionizing documentation tasks in Revit, and Morpheus, an intui ..read more
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Lunch with an Architect: Li Leyuan, José Ibarra & Assia Crawford
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by Adam Wagoner
6M ago
Today's episode features three exceptional guests, each a talented and accomplished young architect. Join Li Leyuan, José Ibarra and Assia Crawford in a panel discussion moderated by Adam Wagoner at the University of Colorado Denver's College of Architecture and Planning as they discuss their student projects and share insights into their successful careers. They provide valuable advice and highlight opportunities for undergraduate students interested in pursuing architecture. Embark on a journey through their early career milestones, what they enjoy about Denver and what led them to the path ..read more
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Alan Golin Gas
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by Adam Wagoner
7M ago
Alan Golin Gass, a living legend of Colorado architecture with a body of work spanning nearly 70 years, joins the show to talk about his varied experiences during a live audience recording at DoCoMoMo Colorado’s March Chapter Meeting with a special introduction from Kephart's Josh Robinson. Alan talks about his illustrious career in urban design in Denver, from his early days as a student at Harvard to his expectations for the future of architecture. In this interview, we take a deep dive into his past, explore the challenges he faced when starting his own firm and talk about his most signifi ..read more
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Jorgen Jensen
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by Adam Wagoner
8M ago
Jorgen Jensen, Co-Founder of Fantastic Frank Colorado and the previous founder of Slate Real Estate Advisors, joins the show to share about his journey moving out of studying architecture school into business school and building his own brokerage company. He speaks about his passion for capturing moments and curating memories through imagery. He describes the influence of his Iowa upbringing and the impact of several influential mentors on his work as a creator. Finally through his work with the first US-based branch of Fantastic Frank, he illustrates the impactful presence a small company can ..read more
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Jennifer Olson and Ryan Walterscheid
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by Adam Wagoner
8M ago
Jennifer Olson and Ryan Walterscheid, Partners at Forum Phi, join the show to talk about directing their firm “without a name on the door”. This duo, with varying background and complimenting skill sets, leads the Aspen/Denver-based architecture, interiors and planning firm in a way that prioritizes high quality work environments while also maintaining profitability and design integrity. We talk about being choosey with clients, pushing sustainable practices and the challenges of regulations in Aspen and Pitkin County. This episode is sponsored by Form Kitchens, Signature Windows and Doors and ..read more
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