Category Archive for: The Studio

The Studio 39: Like a Wildebeest

by Tim Alatorre

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SPECIAL EDITION: We’re live at Week of Welcome and hear words of wisdom from Henri de Hahn, Josef Kasperovich and a dozen Architecture students. We discuss the role of photography and technology in Architecture.

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The Studio 38: Eternal Work

by Tim Alatorre

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Rikki Dy-Liacco, LEED AP (B.Arch ’98), calls in from work to tell us about what it’s like to work at the same firm for 15 years, how to keep things new and fresh, and shares some recession encouragement.

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The Studio 37: The Smartest Freshmen Ever

by Tim Alatorre

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Carly Althoff, incoming Cal Poly Architecture freshman (B’Arch ’15), brings some energy to the show. She shares with us why she chose architecture and Cal Poly. 40,941 applicants for this fall term and only 4,100 open seats sets the bar high.

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The Studio 36: Googoo Eyed Neophytes

by Tim Alatorre

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We reach 100 fans on Facebook, talk about finding jobs, AutoCad is back on the Mac, and Tim rambles on about architects working for free.

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The Studio 35: The Facebook Thirteen

by Tim Alatorre

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Ben Mickus, B’Arch ’02, M’Arch ’03 (UCLA), AIA, NCARB gives some insight into the New York skyline as well as what it has been like working for some of the most notable firms in the nation. Oh, and did we mention that he has his own furniture company?

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