How AI Will Impact Our Built Environment with Architizer’s Editor-In-Chief

Mark sits down with Paul Keskeys, the Editor-in-Chief at Architizer, for an insightful conversation on the evolving landscape of architecture. Join us as Paul shares his remarkable journey from practicing architecture to becoming a leading architectural journalist.

Together, Mark and Paul explore the future of architectural media, delving into the transformative impact of technology and AI on the industry. They also examine the shifting roles of architects in today’s world. With his expertise, Paul sheds light on Architizer’s pivotal role in architectural journalism and discusses the significance of the A+ Awards program.

As a seasoned architect, writer, and content creator, Paul’s insights are invaluable. His perspectives have been shared at prestigious industry events such as AIANY, NeoCon, and NYCxDesign. Beyond Architizer, Paul’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, PIN—UP Magazine, and more.

Tune in as Mark and Paul underscore the importance of storytelling, collaboration, and adaptability in navigating the dynamic field of architecture. Whether you’re an architect, enthusiast, or simply curious about the future of design, this episode promises a wealth of knowledge and inspiration.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, How AI Will Impact Our Built Environment with Architizer’s Editor-In-Chief Paul Keskeys.

Connect with Paul online at Architizer, and find him on LinkedIn.

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