19.06.2019

Plugs for podcasts

For those readers who enjoy a Podcast, or alternatively have never tried, here are some recommendations for your listening pleasure.

Given the cover story features the BDAV Best Small Lot Design, we thought it would be appropriate to the Podcast: The big benefits of tiny-house living – UQ Change Makers Episode 8.

Ever wanted to pack up and move into a tiny house? Learn about the big changes tiny houses can make to your life, and your community, from The Tiny House Company co-founder and UQ architecture graduate Lara Nobel.

https://www.uq.edu.au/changemakers/article/2018/07/podcast-big-benefits-tiny-house-living

National Sustainable Living Festival Big Weekend 2019

Be inspired and find out how to take action on the big issues of sustainability.  This podcast is highlights of the Sustainability Living Festival held in February 2019 in Fed Square & Birrarung Marr, Melbourne.  It will challenge your thinking and inspire your actions.

Featuring Helena Norberg-Hodge, Bruce Pascoe, Devita Davison, Peter Andrews, Simon Holmes A Court, Maja Rosén, John Thwaites, Jo Nemeth,Climate Emergency Declaration Councillors, the School Strikers, and many more!

99% Invisible

99% Invisible is about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world. With over 250 million downloads, 99% Invisible is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes and is available on RadioPublic, via RSS and through other apps.

With an entire category allocated to Architecture you are show to find some inspiration.

And finally don’t forget BDAV’s Podcasts Design Business.  The pilot 3 episodes cover:

  • Building powerful connections.
  • Tackling HR challenges.
  • Navigating technology and project management.