December 01, 2023
We are glad to share that we’ve been recently featured the OAA podcast “Architecturally Speaking“
In this episode of Architecturally Speaking, host Ryan Schwartz speaks with architect Craig Race about housing alternatives beyond traditional homes, condos, and apartments. Craig, the co-founder of Landscape, shares insights on the laneway and garden suite movement in Toronto. Tune in to learn more about these innovative housing options and their impact on the architecture profession.
Are you curious about the buildings that make up our communities? Ever wondered what they’re made of, how they’re used, or why they look the way they do?
Architecturally Speaking is a podcast presented by the Ontario Association of Architects and hosted by Ryan Schwartz, an architect with nearly a decade of experience working across Canada in the public and private sectors. His recent work has focused on all aspects of residential projects at a variety of scales, and he is also active in the adjacent fields of architectural media and photography.
Whether you’re an aspiring architect or just fascinated by the built environment, this show is for you. If you’re an OAA member, be sure to share the podcast with friends, family, or clients who might be interested in learning more about architecture and those who practise it.
In each episode, we pull back the curtain on this expansive and ancient vocation. Together, we discover the latest trends that are revolutionizing the profession, and dive into the minds of industry leaders to understand how they shape the world around us. We’ll also tackle complex issues to reveal how architecture impacts our lives each and every day. From urban skyscrapers to tiny dwellings, join us and learn more about the spaces where we live, work, and play.