034: Aya Shlachter and Jing Lauengco: AEC Entrepreneurship and Branding through Storytelling
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we welcome a dynamic duo! Aya Shlachter and Jing Lauengco are two outstanding women who connected over their mutual tenacity for entrepreneurship, design, and storytelling. Both women are business owners, entrepreneurs, and podcasters.  Aya Shlachter is the CEO and founder of MGS Global Group, a company that accelerates growth for architecture and design firms worldwide by providing architectural support and staffing services internationally. Her team provides Revit, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, and 3D Visualization services to architects and interior designers ..read more
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033 (2/2) Denise Scott Brown: Challenging Projects, Iconic Photos, and Motherhood
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
Welcome to a very special Part 2 Episode of Architectette! We continue our conversation with Denise Scott Brown. Denise Scott Brown is an architect; planner & urban designer; and a theorist, writer and educator whose projects, research, and writing have influenced designers and architects since the 1960s. Her writings have changed the practice of architecture as we know it and her built work spans several continents. Some of her notable writings include Learning from Las Vegas, Having Words, and Architecture as Signs and Systems. She was a long-standing principal of the firm Venturi, Scott ..read more
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033 (1/2): Denise Scott Brown: Architectural Theories, Teaching, and Early Memories
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
We have a very special guest on today’s episode of Architectette, Denise Scott Brown. Denise Scott Brown is an architect; planner & urban designer; and a theorist, writer and educator whose projects, research, and writing have influenced designers and architects since the 1960s. Her writings have changed the practice of architecture as we know it and her built work spans several continents. Some of her notable writings include Learning from Las Vegas, Having Words, and Architecture as Signs and Systems. She was a long-standing principal of the firm Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates. Many ..read more
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032: Fatemeh Monfared: Simplifying the Metaverse for Architects
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we’re traveling to the Metaverse with Fatemeh Monfared. Fatemeh started her journey with a degree in architecture, but soon established a specialty crafting virtual worlds and experiences. She is currently the Chief Metaverse Architect at her company, Spaces. This is a great episode for folks in architecture and design who want to know a bit more about the metaverse without all the jargon and complexity. We talk about: - The opportunity that took Fatemeh’s career from a from a traditional path in architecture to focusing on creating metaverse environments ..read more
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031: Emily Khalid & Maria Pastorelli on Architecture School, Work, the Open Plan Podcast, and the AREs
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we welcome Hosts of the Open Plan Podcast- Maria Pastorelli and Emily Khalid. Maria and Emily met during grad school at Georgia Tech and have continued their friendship and podcast collaboration despite working in Atlanta and Philadelphia respectively. Emily is a Lead Architect and Project Manager at WSP, Maria is an architectural designer with a background in marketing. Their podcast conversationally bridges the gap between professional development, licensure, and lifestyle. We talk about:  - The origins of Maria and Emily’s friendship and how the pod ..read more
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(Bonus 005) Licensure in Landscape Architecture with Claire Kern
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today's BONUS episode of Architectette we welcome Claire Kern. Claire is a landscape architect and founder of Pass the LARE. We chat about her work experience in landscape architecture, the process and challenges of obtaining a license, parallels to architecture and the AREs, and her hopes to make the study and examination process a bit easier for candidates. Links: Connect with Claire on LinkedIn More about the LARE/CLARB Pass the LARE Architectette Podcast Website: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠www.architectette.com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Connect with the pod on ⁠⁠⁠⁠LinkedIn⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Instagram (⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠@architect ..read more
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030: Julianne Peters: NCIDQ, IIDA, and Leadership as an Interior Designer
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we feature a conversation with Julianne Peters. Julianne is an interior designer at Hellyer Lewis Smith, founder of Design Success Network, and is also a multi-term leader of her local PA/NJ/DE IIDA Chapter. We talk about: - Julianne’s early career experiences, how she navigated challenges during the pandemic, the roles and responsibilities of her current position, and the challenge of taking and passing the NCIDQ exams. - The importance of legislation both on a national and a state level to protect the title of interior designers, the ability to sign drawi ..read more
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029: Patricia Ramallo: Behind the Scenes at NCARB
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we meet with Patricia Ramallo. Patricia is the Assistant Vice President of International Relations at NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards). We talk about: - Patricia's journey to get her US architecture license after being licensed in Argentina. She offers insights into the challenges and rewards of navigating licensure requirements and how she applies those experiences to her work at NCARB today. - We next chat about NCARB's response to changing industry needs and how implementing changes (transitioning from ARE version 4.0 to 5.0 ..read more
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028: Shannon Dowling: Research and Inclusivity in Education Space Design
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we welcome Shannon Dowling.  Shannon is an architect, educator, and higher education strategist. She is a Principal at Ayers Saint Gross, working from Richmond, VA. She recently completed a yearlong fellowship with the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), during which she studied the role physical campus space plays in facilitating belonging for college students. Shannon was recognized with AIA Virginia’s 2023 Award for Distinguished Achievement in recognition of her work, research, and service. We talk about: - Shannon's background as a ..read more
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027: Sharadan Rorabaugh: Architect to US Navy Civil Engineer Corps
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by Caitlin Brady
5d ago
On today’s episode of Architectette we explore an alternative career path with architect Sharadan Rorabaugh.  Sharadan and I met in the architecture program at Drexel University. After graduation, she worked in the industry, earned a master’s degree overseas, and became a licensed architect. In 2019, she enlisted in the US Navy and is now a construction manager in the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC). We talk about: - Her foundations in architecture and how she came to enlist in the US Navy. - Her current and past roles as well as their benefits and limitations. - Tips for how to prepare for b ..read more
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