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Convo By Design
@ConvoByDesign is an original talk series for designers, architects, those in the shelter space and design enthusiasts.
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Convo By Design is a podcast dedicated to promoting the ideas of architects, artists, designers, tastemakers and those making a difference in the way we live. Design is personal as is a good conversation. Copyright © 2014-2017 All rights reserved.
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August 16, 2017 04:29 PM PDT

Following is a conversation I had with designer Kyle Schuneman. Kyle has a keen eye for style and has developed a significant following through his book publication, bedding collection, furniture collection and social media influence. Kyle first published an apartment design book geared toward big city, small space living. This was in 2012 before the current big city boom. Kyle has a focus on designing for the space, not the budget. His work has been featured in Esquire, Dwell, Cosmopolitan, Sunset, L’Uomo Vogue and Angeleno Interiors. He also works in prop styling which is an area that I think more and more designers will be utilizing in the very near future. Convo By Design has been featuring set decorators for quite some time. They work in creating a mood to fit a script, Kyle’s work has been in commercial use for companies like Target, Apple and Martha Stewart. Kyle is a match-maker of style. He bends and blends, combines and molds to create a complete and textured look. If you want to learn about his approach, keep listening.

And if you like what you hear, please, go to iTunes and off to the left, click subscribe. We would also appreciate it if you clicked on “ratings and reviews” and left a positive review for the show. It helps us rise in the rankings and get more exposure. It is greatly appreciated.

#design #pretty #bestoftheday #style #interiors #architecture #architecturelovers #finedesign #home #interiordesign #cook #chef #wine #convobydesign #midcenturymodern #ApartmentTherapy #SmallSpaceBigStyle

August 11, 2017 09:20 AM PDT

This episode features a true stand out in the biz, architect Ward Jewell. This is a conversation about architecture, architectural styles with a critical focus on use of styles, avoiding whats hot now simply because they are popular and focusing on generational style. We talk about music, teamwork and collaboration. This is a part of the Convo By Design Influencer Series, of which Jewell is certainly a part. Jewell has applied a unique approach to Mid-Century Modern in Beverly Hills and a Modern spin on a residential unit in New York’s Plaza Hotel that is dripping with style and showcasing an extensive modern art collection. Jewell talks about the basics. Drafting, listening, collaborating and using what you have to create what you want. Thank you for listening to this episode of Convo By Design, if you enjoy it, and I hope you do, please give us a positive rating on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

#design #pretty #bestoftheday #style #interiors #architecture #architecturelovers #finedesign #home #interiordesign #cook #chef #wine #convobydesign #midcenturymodern

August 03, 2017 09:55 AM PDT

Thank you for listening. You might notice the new music in this episode. Special thanks to Electric Sol for providing Your Love Makes Me High. This is a track from their second album called, DOSE. If you like what you hear, check them out at electricsolmusic.com. Following is a conversation about digital strategy and social media for your design and architecture brand. After participating in hundreds of interviews with designers, architects, product manufacturers and other creatives, a few issues have emerged as constant challenges for those in the industry. One one issue that always comes up is managing social media for those in the trade. There are so many options, use more images, less images but more high quality images how many profiles can one person manage while still running an architect or design business? It’s a challenge and more than likely one you are currently struggling with right now. Following is a conversation with Catherine Minervini founder of Green Owl Studio, Emily Hooper, Digital media strategist and writer. Also involved is designer, Jolene Krauss. Jolene is an interior designer whose work has appeared on HGTV and was recognized as a TASTEMAKER by Traditional Home Magazine. This conversation is applicable to any business owner who struggles with making social media work for you instead of being another task on a long to do list. But, this was created specifically for the design trade. I think you will find it useful. This conversation was recorded LIVE from the WestEdge Design Fair in Santa Monica from the Convo By Design Social Lounge Presented by Snyder Diamond and featuring partnerships with Warner Bros. Design Studios and. Ryan White Designs.

July 27, 2017 11:01 AM PDT

Do you know what the Triforium is? I am a native #Angeleno, born and raised and before the LA Design Festival, I had no idea so if you don’t know what it is, don’t feel bad.  The Triforium is a six-story, 60-ton public artwork project in #Downtown #Los Angeles. Created by artist #JOSEPHYOUNG . Its original design includes 1,494 multicolored hand blown, Italian glass prisms that glow in synchrony to music from a 79-note glass bell carillon, making it the largest musical instrument of its kind on Earth. It stands in Fletcher-Bowron Square, in the shadow of LA’s iconic city hall. Mocked by politicians, denounced by art critics, and limited by then available technology, the Triforium has nevertheless survived, it is NOT one of our city's most beloved landmarks, but it should be. Robert Stockwell, the Mall's architect, commissioned Joseph Young to execute a tall work that would serve as both a focal point and as a symbol for the Mall. Young's first proposal, a bell tower, was discarded after problems arose in the planned sound system. He then designed the Triforium to symbolize the interdependence of the three branches of government. Conceived to integrate art, science and music into a unified physical, visual and audio theme, the work was described by Young as "a bold, confident statement that expresses man's faith in the future." Attached at approximately the midpoint of each of the three two-legged arrow shaped legs, is a bay of 22 vertical steel columns of various lengths containing between 19 and 24 colored glass prisms. Each prism was handblown in Italy and houses a light in its hollow center. The total weight of the Triforium's 1494 prisms is approximately 15 tons. An electronic #harmonium, a 79 note glass bell carillon with two octaves of English bells, and two octaves of Flemish bells forged by #GeraldFinkenbeiner of #Waltham, #Massachusetts provide the music for the #Triforium. Operated manually from a console, or controlled from a computer, the bells transform sound to color and regulate the intensity of the lights inside the prisms. To avoid audio distortion, loudspeakers hang below the arches of the reinforced precast concrete legs instead of behind the glass bays as originally planned.

This is the story of a creative group trying to save the Triforium, one glass cube at a time. The Triforium Project is comprised of Tanner Blackman, Carmen Zella who were not present for our conversation, the hilarious Tom Carroll was, as were #ClaireEvans and #JonaBechtolt of the band #Yacht. Consider yourself up to speed and meet the Triforium Project.

July 20, 2017 12:30 PM PDT

Pairing passions is one of our favorite pastimes here at Convo By Design. We will present you with conversations that mix, blend, tweak, share and mash every time. The LA Design Festival presented a conversation on Food and Design and you are going to eat it up. Following is part two of this fantastic exchange moderated by Patrick Frederickson, board member of AIGA and it features an eclectic group of panelists from Soylent, Brothecary and Take Flight Coffee. How does packaging affect the success of a restaurant or edible product? How can design be consumed? Play on words? Of course, but think about it, cooking is truly the only art form that uses all the senses. Enjoy this well seasoned convo from the LA Design Festival.

July 13, 2017 05:33 PM PDT

Pairing passions is one of our favorite pastimes here at Convo By Design. We will present you with conversations that mix, blend, tweak, share and mash every time. The LA Design Festival presented a conversation on Food and Design and you are going to eat it up. Following is part one of this fantastic exchange moderated by Patrick Frederickson, board member of AIGA and it features an eclectic group of panelists from Soylent, Brothecary and Take Flight Coffee. How does packaging affect the success of a restaurant or edible product? How can design be consumed? Play on words? Of course, but think about it, cooking is truly the only art form that uses all the senses. Enjoy this well seasoned convo from the LA Design Festival.

July 06, 2017 11:04 AM PDT

Convo By Design was created to showcase remarkable work in architecture and interior design and like every creative project, we have adapted over time. We started this podcast in 2014 and in over 120 episodes, we have spoken with over 300 designers, architects, artists, design space event promoters. We have heard a number of different opinions, some great debates regarding design and architecture concepts. Out of all of these conversations, some constants have emerged. Recurring themes. These include, collaboration and partnership in personalities and styles is a remarkable way to approach problem solving. Another is that multidisciplinary designers can provide insight to problem solving. The beauty in architecture and interior design is not only that it is in a state of constant change but there is an underlying desire to better the lives of those that we serve.

Following are two conversations with two amazing creatives. The first is Jason Mayden, former lead designer for the Jordan brand at Nike. Mayden is a cultural alchemist, designer, innovator and a true creative. We talk about creative problem solving as it relates to city development and bettering the lives of those who live it there. This conversation is about infrastructure and a focus on quality of life. As a compliment to that, and in contrast, architect Edwin Chan of architecture firm EC3 speaks with me about architectural experimentation, working with Frank O. Gehry, teaching architecture at Harvard, USC, UC Berkley and building upon the unique elements that make up a city’s DNA and using that to build structures that serve the residents and stand the test of time. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed recording these two conversations. Two very different perspectives of the same issue, both creative and both with a keen eye focused on what makes a city truly special, the people that call it home.

These conversations were recorded at the LA Design Festival which took place in downtown LA and both Edwin and Jason were on a panel entitled LA Detroit, the panel itself pas published on Convo By Design in previous episodes. Enjoy this episode and if you do, please provide a good rating on iTunes or the place where you download your podcasts. It helps provide visibility which in turn helps others find the show. Thank you.

June 28, 2017 10:37 AM PDT

The seventh annual LA Design Festival is over but certainly not forgotten. Throughout the four days of events, open houses and executions, there were some truly creative discussions. One of which was the LAX DET conversation comparing and contrasting two cities not often used in the same conversation let alone the same sentence. Detroit is a city on the rise. The city is finding new popularity and those driving that are the creatives. Open spaces for exploration and development. A serious need for new capital and with that need comes an openness for new ideas. At the same time, you have LA, a city that has always been home to the creative class and built on the creative economy since the studios found fertile territory to grow production facilities from acres of empty orange groves. But, growth doesn’t continue forever and it doesn't come without a price. LA is in the process of a major reinvention and the growing pains are evident. Housing prices are at levels that price out the very people who make it work. Services and resources are stretched to the point where they are ready to snap. In times like these, to whom does one turn? The creatives. Following is part two of LA, Detroit, truly a tale of two cities moderated by KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez and featuring architects, Edwin Chan and Lorcan O’Herlihy, brand manager, Eileen Lee cultural alchemist Jason Mayden and innovation expert Chris Denson.

June 22, 2017 02:45 PM PDT

The seventh annual LA Design Festival is over but certainly not forgotten. Throughout the four days of events, open houses and executions, there were some truly creative discussions. One of which was the LAX DET conversation comparing and contrasting two cities not often used in the same conversation let alone the same sentence. Detroit is a city on the rise. The city is finding new popularity and those driving that are the creatives. Open spaces for exploration and development. A serious need for new capital and with that need comes an openness for new ideas. At the same time, you have LA, a city that has always been home to the creative class and built on the creative economy since the studios found fertile territory to grow production facilities from acres of empty orange groves. But, growth doesn’t continue forever and it doesn't come without a price. LA is in the process of a major reinvention and the growing pains are evident. Housing prices are at levels that price out the very people who make it work. Services and resources are stretched to the point where they are ready to snap. In times like these, to whom does one turn? The creatives.

Following is part one of LA, Detroit, truly a tale of two cities moderated by KCRW’s Saul Gonzalez and featuring architects, Edwin Chan and Lorcan O’Herlihy, brand manager, Eileen Lee cultural alchemist Jason Mayden and innovation expert Chris Denson.

June 15, 2017 08:51 AM PDT

Timothy Corrigan is one of the most decorated interior designers I know. He has been named to many World’s Greatest Designers list including the AD100, Robb Report’s Top 40 and the Luxe Gold List. Corrigan operates offices in Los Angeles and Paris. We spoke about international business and Corrigan is no stranger to long flights and international business management. In his prior career, he oversaw international operations for a large global advertising firm. He left to start working in interiors, a passion that he figured out how to turn into a global design brand. This conversation covers his design work and a fantastic new project with THG Paris.

Regular listeners of Convo By Design know that I am not a designer. I am passionate about interior design personally, I am a brand manager by trade and I have been consulting major brands in the interior design, architecture and product design for quite some time. It’s rare to meet someone like Timothy because he is extremely creative and he knows the business side better than any other designer I have ever met. That is not to take away from anyone else. It is recognition for what Corrigan has done with his design studio and how he allocates his time and resources to those endeavors that further his brand. A large part of this includes sourcing product and staying on top of trends and developments. This further allows him to deliver consistent results to his clients and maintain a superior level of quality and service. At the end of the day, isn’t that what all of us are trying to accomplish?

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