In this episode of the Entrepreneur Architect Podcast, I am speaking with Ian Harris, the co-Founder of Arbuckle Industries and the co-Director and Producer of the new documentary film archiCULTURE. The film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based design education through the eyes of a group of students finishing their final design projects at Pratt Institute’s undergraduate architecture program.
Ian premiered the film at the Newport Beach Film Festival just a few days before we sat down to record this conversation, so I appreciate that he took the time out of his busy schedule to speak with me here on the podcast.
We discussed the film’s development, the state of architectural education, the crisis within our profession and we even proposed a few solutions. It was a great conversation, so I know you’re going to like this one.
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Newport Beach Film Festival 2013
Ohio State University
University of Cincinnati School of Architecture
Hart Howerton Architecture
Funding the film
The business of architecture
The current crisis of the architecture profession
Solutions for the future of architecture profession
Built Film (“Food Inc. for the built environment”)
Architecture and design films
Screenings of archiCULTURE film
Built Film (twitter)
Ian Harris (twitter)