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Business of Architecture Podcast

Enoch Bartlett Sears

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Business of Architecture Podcast

Business of Architecture Podcast

Enoch Bartlett Sears

16
Followers
25
Plays
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Discover strategies, tips and secrets for running a fun, flexible and profitable architecture practice. The focus here is simple: discussion of ways for architects to create a dream architecture practice: design what you want, when you want, and get paid well for it.

Latest Episodes

Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

Today is the second half of my interview with former HOK CEO Patrick MacLeamy. In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover how to lead through crises and challenges, as well as the essential building blocks for a long-lived company culture. MacLeamy shares hard-learned business lessons from his time at HOK and the principles that led this company to be the success that it is today.

33 MIN4 d ago
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Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

Designing the World-Class Architecture Firm with Patrick MacLeamy

Today's guest should need no introduction, but you may not have heard of him because the firm he led as CEO from 2003 to 2017, one of the largest and most successful architecture firms in the world, doesn't revolve around the fame of one individual. In this episode of Business of Architecture, Patrick MacLeamy, former CEO of the firm HOK shares hard-learned business lessons from his time at HOK and the principles that led this company to be the success that it is today.

41 MIN1 w ago
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Designing the World-Class Architecture Firm with Patrick MacLeamy

Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

Today we have the privilege of hearing from one of the icons of architecture - the man who co-founded one of the largest architecture firms in the world, Kohn Pedersen Fox or KPF. Now In its 46th year, KPF spans the world with offices in 8 countries and with projects in more than 40. KPF founder Gene Kohn has, with his two partners, built an architecture business that flourishes because when it comes to good business he practices what he preaches.

38 MIN3 w ago
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Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

Building Resilience Through Company Culture with Gavin Daniels

The firm Wingate Hughes has made a big splash since they came on the scene and were founded over a decade ago in the year 2010. In this episode, co-founder Gavin Daniels shares how he and his partner have been able to win work from more established firms, how they grew their firm to a team of over 20 employees, and how they’ve been able to use culture to retain and get the best staff members working on their team.

35 MINJUL 6
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Building Resilience Through Company Culture with Gavin Daniels

Bootstrapping an Architecture Firm with Darguin Fortuna

Today we speak with Darguin Fortuna, a young architect and co-founder of Flow Design Studio based out of Salem, MA. Darguin has been a long-time listener of the podcast, and said that this show helped him make the jump into entrepreneurship as a firm owner. Listen in as Darguin Fortuna shares the story of how he started his firm, and grew it to a team of seven in just a few years.

44 MINMAY 25
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Bootstrapping an Architecture Firm with Darguin Fortuna

The Psychology of Results with Michelle Lynne

Today is the second half of my interview with interior designer Michelle Lynne of ML Interiors Group. Tony Robbins is famous for saying that success is 20% mechanics and 80% psychology. When I first heard that, I wondered, what is he talking about? What does he mean by psychology? Well, that's what you'll discover today - how your psychology influences your results - whether you are a firm owner now, you plan to one day have your own firm, or you're currently working for someone else.

19 MINMAY 18
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The Psychology of Results with Michelle Lynne

Using Process to Free Yourself Up with Michelle Lynne

Today you'll hear from accomplished Interior Designer Michelle Lynne. I enjoyed this conversation because Michelle isn't just a designer, she's built the business so it suits her life. She runs an online course teaching other interior designers how to structure their firm for maximum freedom and profit. In this interview you'll discover how to use processes in your business to free you up. To know more about Michelle and her work, visit at https://www.designedforthecreativemind.com/architecture

23 MINMAY 11
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Using Process to Free Yourself Up with Michelle Lynne

Developing a Small Mixed-Use Project

Back in 2018, on episode 201, you'll remember I spoke with Alex Gore and Lance Cayko, founders of the architecture firm F9 Productions, about a multi-unit, mixed use project they were planning on developing. They recently sold the last unit on that project and they reached out to me to share the update on how the project turned out. Alex and Lance also host the popular Inside the Firm podcast revealing the behind the scenes of how they started and operate their architecture firm. Go check it out!

89 MINMAY 4
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Developing a Small Mixed-Use Project

320: Developing Small Projects with Cady Chintis

Joining us is architect Cady Chintis, co-founder of WC Studio based out of Tacoma, Washington. Just out of school Cady and her partner John Wolters bought a building in Chicago that they rehabbed and sold at a profit. They used the proceeds from that sale to start up a practice in Tacoma and launch more development projects. Cady also talks about the "missing middle" multi-family project type, and the potential these kinds of projects have fill a gap in our urban stock.

41 MINAPR 23
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320: Developing Small Projects with Cady Chintis

Choosing Architecture with Thomas Wall

Today's guest is Thomas Wall, an owner of Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design based in St. Louis, Mo. The firm's work has been awarded numerous awards, and in 2017, Tom was listed as one of St. Louis's 5 under 40. In today's episode, you'll hear how Tom bounced back from dark days and found his place in architecture. You'll be moved, touched and inspired.

26 MINMAR 23
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Choosing Architecture with Thomas Wall

Latest Episodes

Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

Today is the second half of my interview with former HOK CEO Patrick MacLeamy. In this episode of the Business of Architecture podcast, you'll discover how to lead through crises and challenges, as well as the essential building blocks for a long-lived company culture. MacLeamy shares hard-learned business lessons from his time at HOK and the principles that led this company to be the success that it is today.

33 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Facing Crisis (and Thriving) with Patrick MacLeamy

Designing the World-Class Architecture Firm with Patrick MacLeamy

Today's guest should need no introduction, but you may not have heard of him because the firm he led as CEO from 2003 to 2017, one of the largest and most successful architecture firms in the world, doesn't revolve around the fame of one individual. In this episode of Business of Architecture, Patrick MacLeamy, former CEO of the firm HOK shares hard-learned business lessons from his time at HOK and the principles that led this company to be the success that it is today.

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Designing the World-Class Architecture Firm with Patrick MacLeamy

Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

Today we have the privilege of hearing from one of the icons of architecture - the man who co-founded one of the largest architecture firms in the world, Kohn Pedersen Fox or KPF. Now In its 46th year, KPF spans the world with offices in 8 countries and with projects in more than 40. KPF founder Gene Kohn has, with his two partners, built an architecture business that flourishes because when it comes to good business he practices what he preaches.

38 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Lessons in Leadership and Legacy with Eugene Kohn

Building Resilience Through Company Culture with Gavin Daniels

The firm Wingate Hughes has made a big splash since they came on the scene and were founded over a decade ago in the year 2010. In this episode, co-founder Gavin Daniels shares how he and his partner have been able to win work from more established firms, how they grew their firm to a team of over 20 employees, and how they’ve been able to use culture to retain and get the best staff members working on their team.

35 MINJUL 6
Comments
Building Resilience Through Company Culture with Gavin Daniels

Bootstrapping an Architecture Firm with Darguin Fortuna

Today we speak with Darguin Fortuna, a young architect and co-founder of Flow Design Studio based out of Salem, MA. Darguin has been a long-time listener of the podcast, and said that this show helped him make the jump into entrepreneurship as a firm owner. Listen in as Darguin Fortuna shares the story of how he started his firm, and grew it to a team of seven in just a few years.

44 MINMAY 25
Comments
Bootstrapping an Architecture Firm with Darguin Fortuna

The Psychology of Results with Michelle Lynne

Today is the second half of my interview with interior designer Michelle Lynne of ML Interiors Group. Tony Robbins is famous for saying that success is 20% mechanics and 80% psychology. When I first heard that, I wondered, what is he talking about? What does he mean by psychology? Well, that's what you'll discover today - how your psychology influences your results - whether you are a firm owner now, you plan to one day have your own firm, or you're currently working for someone else.

19 MINMAY 18
Comments
The Psychology of Results with Michelle Lynne

Using Process to Free Yourself Up with Michelle Lynne

Today you'll hear from accomplished Interior Designer Michelle Lynne. I enjoyed this conversation because Michelle isn't just a designer, she's built the business so it suits her life. She runs an online course teaching other interior designers how to structure their firm for maximum freedom and profit. In this interview you'll discover how to use processes in your business to free you up. To know more about Michelle and her work, visit at https://www.designedforthecreativemind.com/architecture

23 MINMAY 11
Comments
Using Process to Free Yourself Up with Michelle Lynne

Developing a Small Mixed-Use Project

Back in 2018, on episode 201, you'll remember I spoke with Alex Gore and Lance Cayko, founders of the architecture firm F9 Productions, about a multi-unit, mixed use project they were planning on developing. They recently sold the last unit on that project and they reached out to me to share the update on how the project turned out. Alex and Lance also host the popular Inside the Firm podcast revealing the behind the scenes of how they started and operate their architecture firm. Go check it out!

89 MINMAY 4
Comments
Developing a Small Mixed-Use Project

320: Developing Small Projects with Cady Chintis

Joining us is architect Cady Chintis, co-founder of WC Studio based out of Tacoma, Washington. Just out of school Cady and her partner John Wolters bought a building in Chicago that they rehabbed and sold at a profit. They used the proceeds from that sale to start up a practice in Tacoma and launch more development projects. Cady also talks about the "missing middle" multi-family project type, and the potential these kinds of projects have fill a gap in our urban stock.

41 MINAPR 23
Comments
320: Developing Small Projects with Cady Chintis

Choosing Architecture with Thomas Wall

Today's guest is Thomas Wall, an owner of Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design based in St. Louis, Mo. The firm's work has been awarded numerous awards, and in 2017, Tom was listed as one of St. Louis's 5 under 40. In today's episode, you'll hear how Tom bounced back from dark days and found his place in architecture. You'll be moved, touched and inspired.

26 MINMAR 23
Comments
Choosing Architecture with Thomas Wall
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