Moody Nolan isn’t just an architecture firm, and Troy Sherrard knows it.
In this episode of the Campus Rec Magazine podcast, Rico Francis, the president and co-founder of Peake Media, sits down with Sherrard, a partner and practice design leader of Sports and Recreation at Moody Nolan.
They talk about how Moody Nolan is different and unique in the realm of architecture firms. In addition, Sherrard shares how they are architects without egos. Plus, he dives into the impact their four unique pillars can have on campus rec directors.
Finally, he shares his assessment on trends — especially when it comes to simulators — and the future of Moody Nolan.
Show Notes from the Conversation with Moody Nolan
- The free advice Sherrard still tells students today at 2:36.
- Find out at 4:44 what Moody Nolan’s goal is to create within its firm.
- They are “architects without egos” and here’s why at 5:49.
- Sherrard shares at 8:38 how the four unique pillars of Moody Nolan impact campus rec directors.
- Breaking down how the firm balances cost, design effect, programming and much more.
- A bit of insight into reducing the circulation efficiency on the Michigan State project at 17:24.
- Sherrard shares the trends he is seeing in the industry, including a whole-body focus.
- The power of simulators at 22:40.
- At 23:44 Sherrard shares how Moody Nolan is not just an architecture firm.
- Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sponsor for this episode is Moody Nolan. And be sure to subscribe to the Campus Rec Magazine podcast on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud and Spotify.
Moody Nolan is incredibly competitive when it comes to designing campus recreation, wellness and sports facilities that reflect the individuality of each university. We team up with our clients to build venues and experiences that perfectly suit their purpose. The result is sports and recreation projects that are unique, functional, contextually sensitive and inspiring.
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