The Architech Show

Architecture and Technology podcast hosted by Joe Banks, Greg Lamb and Willis Lim

Episode 79 - Wesley Benn

June 16th, 2019

Wesley Benn is the Executive Chairman of the DBEI (Digital Built Environment Institute) and founder of RTC Events Management that run the BiLT conferences around the world. During BiLT ANZ Wesley was kind enough to talk to me about his career, DBEI and its goal of making an impact around the world in our industry through events such as BiLT.

Episode 38 - Hot Stuff in 2016

January 19th, 2016

Lots of cool and hot stuff is coming out in 2016. Joe and Willis discuss some of the hottest tech and what are the to 'watch' items in the next 12-18 months.

Episode 21 - What is BIM?

July 20th, 2015

Can you believe it's been 21 episodes and we haven't discussed BIM in any type of detail until now? Worry no more because that is exactly what we discuss in this week's episode. What is BIM? Why is BIM useful? What benefits does BIM bring to the game? I'm in a small practice, I don't think BIM is for us are all the questions we attempt to answer in this hot topic in the AEC space.

Episode 18 - Jobs are going but Architects are safe!

June 29th, 2015
An article of interest submitted by one of our friends and listeners suggested that 40% of jobs could go in the next 10 to 15 years but Architects are safe. We discuss this and also if it is indeed possible to automate an architect's role in the design process along with the various advancements in Artificial Intelligence including an AI that learns to play Mario games.

Episode 14 - I spit in your general direction!

June 1st, 2015

Joe has a bone to pick in this episode of The Architech Show. Who decides whether an older building is worth preserving even though it has outlived its purpose? Sometimes the effort of maintaining and preserving the older building costs more than the cost of replacing the building. Can a building be reconfigured in order to preserve its heritage yet be repurposed to suit modern times? We don't have the answers but it makes an interesting discussion!