Content Creation in Architecture ft. Michael Lavalley AG | 53

In this episode we have with us an Architect, Writer, Web Designer, teacher, podcaster and entrepreneur, Michael Lavalley.
Mike is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and a LEED AP. He’s currently an architect and project manager at Young + Wright Architects and he specializes in Architectural Design, Detailing, Project Management, 3D Modeling, Design Research, Sustainable Design, Graphic Design and much more. 
He has 12 years of professional experience and he shares his research, experience and interests on his blog “Evolving Architect”. He’s also a co-host of his podcast called “Unpacking design” where they discuss all things design. Apart from that he’s a gamer and a chess fanatic.
In this episode he talks about his journey, how he creates content in architecture, about his podcast and his company Evolving Architect, some interesting tools that he uses and a whole lot more. 

This podcast is sponsored by Archgyan Courses, head to courses.archgyan.com to check out some of our new courses on Sketchup & Vray.

Podcast Shownotes

00:00 Intro 02:52 How he got into Architecture? 09:55 How he got into Content Creation. 16:25 Managing Content Creation 20:42 How to be up to date with the advancement in architecture 31:11 Can you climb the ladder fast by upgrading your software skills? 39:14 Computational skills necessary for architects of the 21st century 50:56 Interesting tools he uses for Content Creation 01:01:47 Importance of stepping into other fields and incorporating it in architecture 01:07:41 Favorite Chess Opening 01:09:41 Mentor in your life 01:12:44 Favorite Books 01:15:11 Future Goals 01:17:01 Favorite Games 01:19:40 Advice for young architects 01:21:06 Thank you

Recommended Tools

Notion
Trello
Evernote
Doo
Chromes Bookmark Folders – Resources

Recommended Books

Architecture of Happiness by Alain De Botton
Start with Why by Simon Sinek

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