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Over the next weeks and months we’ll be speaking to experts across urbanisation, digital transformation, the natural environment and markets and geopolitics to take a closer look at and make sense of these megatrends which will shape the world for decades to come and how the built environment is leading and can continue to lead the way in building a more sustainable and equitable future for all. For more information visit www.rics.org/wbef. Also, follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.
 
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Open City

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Open City

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Open City is dedicated to making the urban landscape more open, accessible and equitable. This feed includes our weekly show, The Londown which features news and analysing coving the big issues in London's built environment, and longer form shows breaking down big issues connecting architecture and politics with in-depth interviews. The show is hosted by a roster of rising stars in architectural criticism, planning and public engagement, and will feature interviews and discussions with leadi ...
 
Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
The Institute for Future Environments (IFE) is a transdisciplinary research and innovation institute at QUT that brings together researchers and students to collaborate on large-scale projects relating to our natural, built and digital environments. The IFE generates knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient. Transcripts of IFE podcasts are available upon request.
 
Worlds of Gamespace is a show that explores themes of architecture, urbanism, infrastructure, and design through video game worlds. Our mission is to explore games as experiences of fictional architectures -- to engage the past, present, and futures of design; to delve into the myths, mysteries, and histories of our built environment; and to speculate on potentials of new modes of interaction with our world. Above all, we play to get carried away.
 
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Clever

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Design is universal. We all live and work in the built world, and every object, system and environment in the built world has been designed. Clever is a podcast about design. Well, actually, it's about designers, too. Sure, they're visionaries, problem-solvers, critical thinkers, rebels and aesthetes, but above all, they're human. Designer Amy Devers has candid and revealing conversations with these super-smart people because, well, relating to the humans responsible for the objects and envi ...
 
Musings of a reclusive video game nerd working in telco who typically ends up far too deep down the rabbit hole. I wanted to share a vehicle for developing my understanding of myself, over-committing to new things and how we fit into a weird cosmic jigsaw puzzle when all the pieces keep changing their sides. I marry my experience in video games with my background in psychology, automation and my career in corporate environments to produce thoughtful and relevant commentary.
 
The real estate sector is evolving, and the growing trend towards health and wellbeing is being driven by influences across the supply chain. This is no truer now than through a global pandemic. Working with key authorities and stakeholders for creating healthier and more sustainable environments, SAS International have created a series of podcasts, with the aim of engaging the whole supply chain in systems thinking support for sustainable development, and our collective impact on people and ...
 
Cost of Goods Sold is a Podcast about the environmental and social costs of the things we buy. In each episode, we explore topics like sustainability, innovation, social entrepreneurship, the circular economy, conscious consumerism and how we all can effect change. Be inspired by thoughtful designers and responsible creators and curators using business to create positive impact. Listen in to hear the stories of those taking on the world’s biggest challenges and making meaningful contribution ...
 
Science reveals that up to 90% of what we do and say happens through unconscious thoughts and actions. Can we be more effective by doing more consciously? Welcome to The Cost of Not Paying Attention! Hosted by Janine Hamner Holman, this podcast will lean into the places where – by paying attention – we can reap significant rewards! From the exploration of neuroscience and the unconscious bias to the impact of culture on the bottom line of companies, we’ll investigate the things that we don’t ...
 
Hello, we are introduce to our Best technology in the world to measure gas Competitive pricing Service - Annual cliberation Viasensor. it is a leading provider of environmental analyzers, equipment and products used in clinical environments, hospitals, laboratories, incubators, Federal Border-Custom agencies, food production and indoor air quality (IAQ). Incubator Analyzer Traditionally laboratory incubators need to run at a constant temp, humidity and CO2 level (approx 5%) to maintain the c ...
 
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Sarah Stein Greenberg, Executive Director of the Stanford d.school, spent her childhood in Philly running bases, reading books, and getting lost in her vivid imagination. After getting an undergraduate degree in History, she embarked on an MBA at Stanford, which resulted in her introduction to the d.school and into the dynamic and fascinating world…
 
Two London landmarks vye for architecture’s highest accolade, the Stirling Prize // Government looks set to water down its contentious planning reforms // New Northern Line stations open at Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms // A leading London architecture studio becomes employee owned // And a major international competition to renew the Barbi…
 
It is one thing for leaders to tell team members what they need to accomplish and how to proceed with them, and it is another thing entirely to inform them of the reasons they should accomplish those things. Janine Hamner Holman is joined by the former Boston Police Chief Daniel Linskey to discuss how understanding the why can lead to a better and …
 
In today's episode, we chat with Brianna Brown and Kristy O’Leary from Decade Impact. We learn what led each of them to work with purpose-based business, We learn why our actions in the next decade are so critical to the future of our planet, we hear all about what Bcorp is, why businesses become benefit corporations, why green blushing can be as b…
 
In this Clever Extra, Amy Devers sits down with Oliver Grabes, Head of Design at legendary design brand Braun. Known for iconic design, innovation, and the unique ability to be both revolutionary and relevant for a century, Braun’s focus on simple, easy-to-use design has led the way for functional, elegant, and enduring products. Oliver reflects on…
 
Rushed Grenfell demolition-plans spark fury over lack of consultation // Architect of London’s new-wave of social housing - Peter Barber - feted for lifetime achievement // Heated debates ignited over fresh wave of iconic London demolitions and retrofits // And why ABBA’s virtual comeback could be big news for architecture. This week Zoe speaks to …
 
A writer, speaker, and women’s creative leadership coach, Majo Molfino is a champion for smashing the patriarchy (both within and outside each of us!) and supporting women in harnessing their creative confidence and power. A precocious child, she was born in Argentina and moved with her family across the US and Canada, eventually landing in San Fra…
 
Soho ditches al fresco dining as Brick Lane turns car free; A tragic road death sparks new protests over cycling safety; Battle lines drawn over social homes on green spaces; Chloe Phelps leaves Croydon’s Common Ground Architecture; And we ask what this year’s RIBA awards say about architecture in the capital This week Merlin catches up with Ruth L…
 
In this special episode, we are shining some light on color. Brought to you by Ultrafabrics, this presentation was recorded in May 2021 as part of CLOSEUP, a liive & virtual 2-day design showcase event presented by WantedDesign Manhattan and ICFF. We dive into color - its power to influence our perception, our mood, even our consciousness with seve…
 
In this episode, we explore why The Green Beaver Company's founders Alain Ménard, a microbiologist, and his wife Karen, a biochemist, left their careers in the pharmaceutical and pesticide industries after deciding to start a family and being sidelined by a surprising diagnosis. We do a deep dive into natural and conventional sunscreens, antiperspi…
 
People-centered designer Marquise Stillwell spent his youth in Ohio learning to be a good neighbor and going to art museums with his grandfather. Always part of a community of makers—auto factories, steel plants, engineers and industrial designers—his curiosity for people and spaces grew into a passion for creating systems and formulas that make bu…
 
The staggering scale of London’s ‘golf belt’ revealed, a redevelopment row erupts next to Ernö Goldfinger’s iconic Trellick Tower, a fortnight of Extinction Rebellion climate protests target the City, and Croydon Council abandons its Westfield dream after a decade of disputes. Merlin gets the community perspective from Robin Hutchinson; activist an…
 
Born and raised in Chicago IL, Kara Mann was steeped in an environment of creativity, elegance, and resourcefulness. An entrepreneur at heart, Kara would sell CDs to fund projects and lie about her age to work restaurant shifts. Now she runs her own studio and has racked up clients like Virgil Abloh, Goop and several luxury hotels. She’s just launc…
 
When the going gets tough - the tough get tilted. Today Will and I explore the motivations and thought processes behind when games don't go the best they can and a bit of introspection from this. Game theory and mental game being heavy hitters on this one. Emotional success in poker, Magic the Gathering and League of Legends and the impact that til…
 
New research suggests community-owned pubs help temper extreme political views | Why planning deregulation could be to blame for 800,000 new unsustainable homes | A London council picks infill over estate demolition | And why trains and rail architecture could be Britain’s most overlooked grassroots culture. This week Merlin is joined by Tim Dunn; …
 
Jason is owner of V3 Lighting, a local manufacturer's rep for lighting. Today, we learn about what's it like to own a lighting agency and talk about the past, present and future of lighting technologies. Lots of nuggets in here for micro business folks and the non lighting folks.
 
In today's episode, we chat with Courtney Stewart from The Good Kiind. We explore why Courtney shut down her reusable silicone label business at the height of success to start a brand new company, and learn what lessons she learned from her first go at entrepreneurship. We discover why she decided to launch her new business with plastic-free, litte…
 
Michael Ford is the designer and activist known as The Hip Hop Architect. Born in Highland Park, Michigan the son of a minister, Michael was raised to be inquisitive and question the world around him to find deeper truth. Early on, he found his passion for design and music, expanding it into a practice of architecture and design through the lens of…
 
Continuing on from episode 3 part 1, part 2 of The Wellbeing Economy, our speakers Kay Killmann, Chris Pyke, Kay Sargeant and Gert Van Doormalen discuss the demand for healthy and comfortable workplaces is growing exponentially and the investor's acceptance of the need for change.โดย SAS International
 
Damning climate change report warns of unprecedented devastation in our cities; victory for Save-Latin-Village after fifteen years of campaigning by dedicated community; central London unable to lift footfall as return-to-office-push lacks enthusiastic uptake; and Greenwich Royal Observatory seeks architect for historic upgrade. This week Zoe Cave …
 
Designer Antionette Carroll, born, raised, and based in St. Louis, Missouri, is a natural born leader who has been on a mission since day one. She’s the founder of Creative Reaction Lab, a nonprofit educating and deploying youth to challenge racial and health inequities impacting Black and Latinx populations. Antionette co-pioneered an award-winnin…
 
Bit of an intro for the first guest of the podcast - Will, a career-long friend in my working life. Will's experience in the same type of industry market and similar sorts of game play backgrounds and priorities gives an interesting perspective for us to tease out and also get a feel for how we can best include guests on the podcast.…
 
In Magic and online gaming, generally the aim of the game is to gain small advantages and increment your board or game state so you are in a better position to win easier. Here we compare the Magic deck archetype Storm, the sunk cost fallacy vs opportunity cost and movement in league of legends. Part of this touches on thinking less to do more and …
 
“Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought.” Albert Szent-Gyorgyi I’m certain many of our listeners have had ideas for products of their own. Trade practitioners are clever and innovative on the job and so, able to see new ways to “connect the dots” and solve a problem. How do you go from idea to suc…
 
David Adjaye’s controversial Holocaust memorial approved following inquiry; the Garden Museum reveals Lambeth Green pavilion finalists; Visitors to MVRDV’s contentious Marble Arch Mound issued refunds; and the enormous glowing sphere which may soon be gracing east London’s skyline. This Week Merlin is joined by author, academic, and architectural h…
 
For the third episode of The Wellbeing Economy, our speakers Kay Sargent, Chris Pyke and Kay Killmann, Gert Van Doormalen return, in a conversation facilitated by Ann Marie Aguilar to discuss why the demand for healthy and comfortable workplaces is growing exponentially and the investor's acceptance of the need for change.…
 
Research studies have revealed that humor is linked with social relationships and can effectively reduce stress and enhance empathy. Janine Hamner Holman sits with the passionate and energetic executive coach, Dr. Brian Harman, to talk about the connection of humor to trust and how it can serve to transform an organization. He then expands on the i…
 
Highlights from episodes 1-10 & Live More Sustainably or Socially Responsible With Tips You Can Take Now. In today's episode, we're going to do something a little different and revisit the last ten episodes, The first 10 episodes of the podcast, focusing on the highlights. The moments where I learned really eye-opening from each guest, but we’ve al…
 
Airbnb Co-Founder & CEO, Brian Chesky, grew up playing hockey and asking Santa for poorly designed toys so he could redesign them. A self-described “peculiar” kid obsessed with art, no one pegged him as a future CEO. He studied industrial design at RISD where he also met his future business partner. After soaring global success, Airbnb, having suff…
 
How to show competition by being anti-competitive. Examples and mindset behind pathways to success or a win condition. Competition being anti-competitive (Bribery in professional play to achieve x outcome) When I was playing in a Magic tournament, an opponent asked if I would like to concede/draw in exchange for a % of the prize - this was because …
 
“Repetition makes reputation and reputation makes customers.” Elizabeth Arden Fortune may come knocking, but sometimes the sound is very faint, almost imperceptible. When someone takes you under their wing, how do you know if that’s where you want to be? If the bug to start your own business bites, what do you do next? Where can you learn from othe…
 
Matt is an Environmental Engineer with Aurecon and an American ex-pat living in Sydney, Australia. We have a great chat about his work as an environmental engineer and the differences in his work on these 2 continents. Both are topics I have wanted to know more about. So, I suppose that means this episode has ** BONUS CONTENT **…
 
“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” Jimmy Dean Many of the people I meet in the industry have interesting stories. There are struggles and challenges in all their lives, our lives. What if a real police state was limiting your options in life? How would you direct your will? Your des…
 
A shock survey reveals the pandemic’s devastating impact on architecture students; New York’s Selldorf Architects picked to rethink London’s National Gallery; Parliament’s Climate Change Committee backs retrofitting over demolition; and ‘irreversible’ construction sees Liverpool stripped of its World Heritage Status - This week Merlin unpicks the w…
 
In today's episode, we chat with Sheena Russel from Made with Local. We explore how she’s created clean and simple snack food bars with social impact baked in, we learn how her childhood on a family farm in rural PEO influenced how Sheena sources ingredients, How she’s partnered with social enterprise bakeries, to have her bars handmade by those fa…
 
It isn't about us. It's about them. This is what we should constantly pay attention to, according to Bob Burg, the coauthor of the international bestseller, The Go-Giver. It's easy, as human beings, for us to forget that and focus on ourselves with good intent. We love our product or service, and we think everyone should buy them, but that's not ho…
 
Chandra Robinson is a Principal at LEVER and Portland Design Commissioner. A Portland native, she grew up with a great love for outdoor education, inspiring her to spend years as a sea kayaking guide and to study geography and physics. From an early age though, she was always fascinated by buildings and developed a deep love for spaces that felt sa…
 
What happens when your video game is more than a video game, but maintains livelihoods and essentially allows life to sustain itself. What obligations do gamers have when playing online? What is offlimits? Should players need to cater to worse players? Should gamers sacrifice themselves for others? Today we talk about the ethics of doing some "bad"…
 
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” Arthur C. Clarke The topic of how to manage and improve indoor air quality comes up a lot lately. With all this interest come the offer of many “solutions” and devices. Wish you could learn the back story of and technology inside some of these devices? Ever wonder about the int…
 
Plunging EU-applications send UK-Architect-numbers into a tailspin, controversial new plans for former site of UK’s largest women's prison, the Conservatives’ unhealthy financial reliance on property developers, winners announced in competition for historic-Highgate-cemetery upgrade, and de-facement of Rashford-mural re-ignites the debate around En…
 
“Astronomy’s much more fun when you’re not an astronomer.” Brian May COVID-19 has impacted the way people interact for many months. Especially the way people interact with each other in spaces outside their homes. What do the air quality scientists have to say about the management of indoor air? What kind of measurements are significant and importa…
 
We have our 1st listener topic request! In this episode, we learn about post pandemic mechanical system recommendations for your home and office. Matt is the Principal Mechanical Engineer for Engitecture and is the perfect person to speak on this topic.
 
Dive into London's swimming culture with Merlin, and 20th Century Society President, Catherine Slessor this week on the Londown. Shock as Croydon blocks sale of Brick by Brick to Urban Splash, fees hiked at Hampstead Ponds casting shadows over London’s swimming culture, David Chipperfield submits plans for new Chinese Embassy in Tower Hamlets, a ne…
 
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