Whether you’re traveling by car, plane, train, or even hoverboard this holiday season, we have a great lineup of podcasts to refuel your imagination. And if you’re staying closer to home, don’t worry, these inspirational episodes are the perfect way to gain new perspectives on design no matter where you are.
Topics: Architecture, Chad Hamilton, Education, François Lévy, New School Architecture, resources, Richard Garber, Stan Rostas, Steve Alden, The Business of Creativity, Ali Honarkar, BIM, Community, Dylan Chappell, Expanding the Territory of Design with BIM, inspiration, Michael Timcheck, podcasts, Staying Creative In Your Firm
“Right now there’s a whole lot of innovation happening in the way people teach,” says Chad Hamilton, AIA, LEED AP, principal at Hamilton + Aitken Architects. “And it’s really interesting as an architect to contribute to that and to learn about it.” Watch Hamilton and Stanley Rostas, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C, founding principal at Shook Kelley, in this 30-minute discussion about the opportunities and challenges involved in designing spaces for students in the latest installment of the Business of Creativity video series, New School Architecture.
Topics: Architecture, Chad Hamilton, Education, New School Architecture, Shook Kelley, Stanley Rostas, The Business of Creativity, visionary, Community, #DiscussDesign, Hamilton + Aitken Architects, inspiration
Every great design starts with a spark of imagination. However, with encroaching deadlines and shrinking timelines, busy designers can find it difficult to make time for creativity. That’s why we made the Inspiration Page, a space full of original content designed to help you discover your next visionary idea and transform it into reality.
Topics: AIA LU, Architecture, Art In Architecture, Education, resources, Rubina Siddiqui, Steve Alden, The Business of Creativity, visionary, #ArtInArch, Community, continuing education, inspiration, Inspiration Page
How do you keep your creative edge? That is one of the many questions that will be addressed during our second installment of the Business of Creativity video series, airing Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Prior to the premier of the video, entitled “Staying Creative In Your Firm,” registered participants will receive an email detailing how they can view the discussion.
Topics: AIA, Architecture, Dylan Chappell Architects, Education, resources, Steve Alden, The Business of Creativity, Ali Honarkar, Community, #DiscussDesign, Division1 Architects, Dylan Chappell, Michael Timcheck, Nemetschek Vectorworks, Staying Creative In Your Firm, The M Group Architects and Interior Architects
Design is all about finding unique solutions. So, how do you stand out in a world where uniformity is rewarded? Join the online, interactive discussion that will connect the dots between vision and reality in The Business of Creativity Google+ Hangout on Air October 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. This hour-long discussion, led by Steve Alden, AIA, architect at Nemetschek Vectorworks, will define what it means to be visionary and how flexible workflows help designers discover new ways to imagine and construct their projects. From small firms to large, the panel of practitioners will share details about their creative workflows and perspectives on the future of technology.
Topics: AIA, Architecture, Entertainment, Novedge, Rob Glisson, rojo Architecture, Ron Kwaske, Steve Alden, The Business of Creativity, Todd McCurdy, Vectorworks, Aurora Meneghello, Community, #DiscussDesign, Google+ Hangout on Air, Landscape, MIchael Klaers, Morris Architects, Nemetschek Vectorworks, Office Ron Kwaske Architect, The Small Group, vectorworks 2015