ONEder Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

49 episodes of ONEder Podcast since the first episode, which aired on April 26th, 2020.

  • The Healthy Human Workplace

    March 7th, 2022  |  29 mins 20 secs
    architecture, design, kelly griffin, one workplace, oneder

    You want the places where you work to support your health and wellness, right? Workplace strategist Kelly Griffin chats with us about the evolution and the science behind creating healthy human workplaces. From our beginnings in the savannah, molecular biology Brain Rules, and the 90:15 equation, there’re some great nuggets here to help make your workplace more human.

  • Design Changes Fast

    January 31st, 2022  |  37 mins 51 secs
    annie chu, architecture, design, one workplace, oneder

    Grab a cup of coffee. Architect, Interior Designer, Educator, Author, Editor and Advocate, Annie Chu shares her passions about the evolving balance between architecture and interior design, the state of design education, new and changing definitions for space and place, the economic and class discrimination aspects of the Interior Design licensure, Unmentionables and so much more.

  • Wild Ride with a Futurist

    December 27th, 2021  |  37 mins 19 secs

    Devin Liddell spends all day thinking about what’s coming next, what the future might hold for his clients, their businesses and each of us. And when he’s talking about mobility, the seemingly limitless possibilities range from moving people, materials or information using emerging technologies and the impact that may have on place. If you’re interested in the metaverse, vertiports, autonomous mobility, or the Jetsons, don’t miss this podcast!

  • Transforming the Landscape of Education

    November 5th, 2021  |  28 mins 54 secs

    AIA SF Future Classroom Competition winner Richard Berliner joins us to share how firm is transforming the landscape of education and meeting the challenges in today’s learning environments and their communities. Spoiler alert: the Magic School Bus plays a part.

  • Construction Supports Purpose

    October 27th, 2021  |  32 mins 22 secs

    Our conversation with James Pease, Executive Director - Design and Construction at UCSF Medical Center will energize you. A passionate advocate for LEAN Construction and Integrated Project Delivery, James is committed to driving down the cost of construction to do his part in increasing access to quality healthcare for all.

  • Putting the Person in Person-Centered Design

    July 27th, 2021  |  31 mins 12 secs

    Healthcare and senior living design firm Boulder Associates explored the challenge of measuring the impact on the person from human-environment interactions and then visualizing that data as a journey map. Meredith Banasiak and Jenny Hastings share their research into mood mapping a cohort of remote workers to evaluate impacts from their environments and activities.

  • Spaces for Survivors

    July 27th, 2021  |  26 mins 34 secs

    Justice and healing after violence is critical to the health and future well-being of survivors. Since environmental design impacts health in many ways, how might the design of spaces used by violence survivors while seeking justice and support services impact their ability to heal? Tola Thomas from Designing Justice shares the surveys, interviews and workshops they conducted to identify and recommend types and qualities of spaces for survivors.

  • ID4-ME: After School Interior Design Program for High School Students

    July 27th, 2021  |  30 mins 12 secs

    Putting their equity and diversity intentions into action, AP+I designers developed and implemented an afterschool Introduction to Interior Design program for low income, underserved high school students of color. You’ll hear how the joy in learning was experienced by students and instructors alike, and how to access the program curriculum if your firm is interested in replicating in your community.

  • Reimagining Learning Environments

    July 27th, 2021  |  28 mins 40 secs

    ONEder Grant 2020 Team EHDD tackled Reimagining Learning Environments for Higher Ed. Thinking beyond the classroom to an ecosystem of space, resources, amenities and environments that support the unique community of students and faculty and staff, they proceeded with the understanding that learning is social, innovation is social. And we can’t design campuses for the next generation without their input and their ideas.

  • 2 Build or Not 2 Build: Carbon Calculator

    July 27th, 2021  |  29 mins 37 secs

    Carbon curious? Dedicated sustainable building practitioners Larry Siegel and Lori Ferriss discuss development of an easy-to-use tool for comparing the embodied, operating and avoided carbon impacts from reusing and upgrading existing buildings compared to constructing a typical replacement building. Listen in and learn how it might apply to your work.

  • Network Science Applied to Workspace

    July 27th, 2021  |  38 mins 46 secs

    Two workplace architects/product/curricula/software designers, interested in the application of network science to information access, urban policy and planning, and the built environment, talk about their research, think through some complex theories, and contribute knowledge to improve workspace design output. Their conversation will create an appetite to learn more.

  • Happiness at Work

    July 23rd, 2021  |  27 mins 46 secs

    Want a crash course into solutions for challenges facing people in the workplace today? Our conversation with Dr. Tracy Brower, author, work sociologist and Principle with the Steelcase Applied Research and Consulting team is fast paced, informative, filled with tips and references to relevant research. You’ll walk away from this episode better prepared to have a good day.

  • Making Conversation

    April 21st, 2021  |  28 mins 27 secs

    If the Maker Movement shifts people from passive consumers to active creators and increases the value and appreciation of the intentionally crafted, then Fred Dust has secured his place in the Maker Hall of Fame. Artist, architect, strategist and author of Making Conversation; 7 Essential Elements of Meaningful Conversation, Dust shares thoughts on the parallels between making place and making conversation.

  • Design for Connection

    April 8th, 2021  |  35 mins 38 secs

    Many people today are thinking about the intersection between the boundaries of personal safety and comfort and the ability to connect with people and nature. Our conversation with Daniel Krivens explores the years of thought he’s given this challenge and the architectural solutions he has made to nourish and celebrate that connection.

  • Tools for Togetherness: Inside and Outdoors

    March 3rd, 2021  |  37 mins 29 secs
    extremis, onder podcast, one workplace, oneder, owp, thought leadership

    While human life began outdoors, we now spend 90% of our time indoors. If you’re interested in the movement to spend more time outdoors, whether socially or while working, join our conversation with Thomas Wynants and Ashless Anvik from Extremis to learn more our relationship with nature and new ways to bring us together.

  • Embracing the Abstract

    December 21st, 2020  |  18 mins 51 secs

    Art speaks to all of us in many different ways, and artists follow many different paths to make connections. The movement from realism to the abstract in the making of art shows mastery of multiple styles and speaks to a broad range of viewers. Aritist Mary Vidnovic shares her journey through photography, photorealistic painting to abstract portraiture and the connections she hopes her work can make with individuals and groups.