Posts Tagged:NCARB

The Studio 46: Humpback Whales

by Tim Alatorre

We dissect why you might want to rethink being an architect, the world’s largest chimney, and would you want to live over a freeway?



The Studio 41: A Rare Breed

by Tim Alatorre

Steve Grossenbacher (B.Arch ’05, Assoc. AIA, LEED BD+C, EIT) talks about the path that led him to pursue Architecture and Architectural Engineering and we discuss the Las Vegas death ray.



The Studio 35: The Facebook Thirteen

by Tim Alatorre

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?

Don’t forget to tell your friends about us, join our Facebook Group, leave reviews on iTunes, vote for us on Podcast Alley, and follow us on Twitter!



The Studio 27: Assimilation

by Tim Alatorre

Justin Ribble, LEED AP, Associate AIA, B’Arch ’03, joins us for a conversation about a number of great three letter acronyms: CAB, CSE, IDP, AIA, ARE, ACE, and BIM.

Don’t forget to tell your friends about us, join our Facebook Group, leave reviews on iTunes, vote for us on Podcast Alley, and follow us on Twitter!



The Studio 26: It’s the Medicine Talking

by Tim Alatorre

Long time Poly Canyon resident Ben Ross talks about his experiences living in two of the residences in the canyon and why he got a Bachelor of Architecture, two minors and is now working for a general contractor! Tim also reveals some exciting information about the new California Supplemental Exam.

Don’t forget to tell your friends about us, join our Facebook Group, leave reviews on iTunes, vote for us on Podcast Alley, and follow us on Twitter!