Before joining K2LD in 2007, Tisha was previously a Senior Associate with HASSELL where she was responsible for the management of a dedicated team working on educational and community projects for both the State Government and the Private sector.
Episode 58: Aidan Mullan from Interface talks about floors, floor design, building waste, sustainability, and is there such a thing as smart flooring?
Aidan Mullan, the Interface Engineering and Sustainability Manager about company initiatives, processes and methods, and where the evolution of technology is headed. With sustainability being at the core of everything that Interfacer does, Mullan describes…
Episode 54: Architect, lecturer, author, and councilor Professor Philip Thalis talks about the design of Sydney, where it’s gone wrong & what we can do about it
One of Australia’s most well-known and most respected architects, Philip Thalis is a founder and principal of Hill Thalis Architecture and Urban Projects, professor of practice at UNSW Sydney, and a City of Sydney councilor….
Episode 53: Gerhana Waty, director of urban design at the Hansen Partnership on how humans and their space is more crucial than ever thanks to COVID-19
Gerhana Waty is a well-rounded designer with a solid understanding of built form and an appreciation for viable, sustainable and pedestrian-oriented cities. She talks about how to strike the right balance between stakeholders’ interests and…
Episode 49 – Steve Fox from BIM Consulting & Sydney University talks about the huge impact data is having on the design profession
Steve Fox is an architect and the general manager and principal of BIM Consulting as well as a leading expert in BIM technology and on the impacts of technology on the construction process. After 15…
Episode 41: Architectus Principal Studio Leader, Ruth Wilson on the design and management of large and complex projects
We speak with Ruth Wilson about her diverse and accomplished 30-year career that has seen her manage large, complex projects and direct multidisciplinary teams towards buildings and places that exist at the forefront of innovative…
Episode 40: We talk with landscape architects Kate Luckraft and Bianca Pineda about urban designs, gender roles in design & trees
ASPECT Studios director Kate Luckraft and associate Bianca Pineda share their ideas, views, experiences and thoughts on a range of iconic design projects ASPECT Studios has delivered like One Central Park, Barangaroo South and Quay…
Episode 39: We talk with Penny Fuller, a recent recipient of the AIA’s Emerging Architect Prize, which she was awarded for her first built project in Australia
We speak with architect Penny Fuller from one half of the leadership team of the firm Silvester Fuller which she founded with partner Jad Silvester. Prior to launching Silvester Fuller, Penny’s career included work on…
Episode 36: JMP’s John McAslan & Troy Uleman talk about the Central Station redesign, urban planning and the process of design
In a coup for Talking Architecture & Design, we finally get to speak with the indefatigable Scotsman John McAslan and well-known local architect Troy Uleman from JMP about a wide range of subjects including the Central Station rebuild, the changing work culture in architectural firms and why architects must have a specific procedure when they work
Software platform Speckel has been designed to guide users through an often-bewildering maze of ideas and requirements.
Episode 33: Amanda Stanaway from Woods Bagot talks about workplace design and the changing workplace
In this episode of Talking Architecture and Design, Amanda Stanaway gets to flex her design knowledge across major projects which has helped her build a strong understanding of the ways that industry and design intertwine.
Director of PTW Architects Diane Jones is committed to evidence-based research and multi-disciplinary collaborations which inform her approach to advancing architecture as a practice and as a discipline intersection.
Episode 30: Koos de Keijzer gives an insight into urban design, what architects should be designing and the future of urban planning
Koos de Keijzer, founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has both a passion in typology research and an ongoing commitment to architectural integrity, contemporary residential development and the inherent beauty of applying simple design principles.
Episode 29: We speak with Jodie Taylor, International Towers’ head of Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement
During FRONT 2019, we sat down with International Towers’ (Barangaroo) head of Marketing & Stakeholder Engagement, Jodie Taylor, to talk about, corporate design, her Indigenous heritage and how the Big End of Town is learning to embrace and promote Australia’s rich and deep Indigenous heritage.
Episode 28: Talking Architecture & Design speaks with David Kaunitz on disaster architecture and urban design
David Kaunitz co-founded Kaunitz Yeung Architecture with his wife Ka Wai Yeung following his return to Sydney after living seven years in the UK, which included five as a director of a large practice running its London studio where he worked on some of the largest projects in Europe, including The London Olympic Village for clients such as HSBC and Lend Lease.
Episode 27: Talking Architecture & Design talks with Simone Oliver from Architectus about the future of workplace design
Simone Oliver outlines the defining design influences in workplace design of our time and the role the architecture profession plays within that.
Episode 26: Talking Architecture & Design speaks to with Dyson’s Will Darvill & Associate Professor Sean Cain from Monash University
In Episode 26 of Talking Architecture & Design, we talk innovation, design, disruption and of course what’s the latest cool gadget from the super-innovative engineers at Dyson.
Episode 25: Robyn Lindsey, Geyer’s innovation and thought leader talks retail design, generational change & wellness
Previously a partner of Geyer – a leading independent interior design practice – Robyn Lindsey has worked with some of Australia’s leading organisations, including Westpac Group at International Towers to develop human-centred experiences and environments.
Episode 22: Reade Dixon and Vicki Karavasil from architecture firm Elenberg Fraser explain the issues behind biophilic design
Two highly-regarded architects – Reade Dixon and Vicki Karavasil from architecture firm Elenberg Fraser delve into the amazing world of biophilic design.
Episode 18: Adam Hetherington from BVN is Australia’s foremost expert on the dRofus software platform
Adam Hetherington from BVN is Australia’s foremost expert on the dRofus software platform, a unique planning, data management and BIM collaboration tool that provides work flow support and access to building information throughout the building lifecycle.
Episode 17: Russel Harris, Craig Brennan and Cecelia Wells explain the importance of windows, window design and window technology in a podcast brought to you by AWS
GWA Technical Manager Russell Harris joins Azuma’s Craig Brennan and Cecilia Wells, Senior Associate at architectural firm Jackson Teece to give their in-depth and interesting views on why windows and window design is so crucial to any home, not just for the aesthetics and moisture control, but also for the energy savings and overall sustainability rating. This podcast is crucial for anyone building or thinking of building a house or commercial structure where their facade integrity and carbon footprint is crucial.
Koos de Keijzer, a founding partner and principal of DKO Architecture has built a highly regarded role as an urban designer and architect, with a particular expertise in residential developments.
Nick Deeks from WT Partnership shares his thoughts about infrastructure development, building safety and compliance and functional design.
Graham McCabe, director of Urbis’ Transport Advisory service, discusses how transport planning affects our cities and what the Australian government needs to do better.
Branko Miletic discusses with Bates Smart director Philip Vivian the sustainable benefits of timber architecture.
WT Partnership managing director Nick Deeks about the relationship between politics and infrastructure, the stagnation of our construction methods and how we can future-proof our cities.
Architectus director and justice space design expert Mark Wilde about the evolution of courthouse design.