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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 © Fusion Media Management, Inc. 20 ...more
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 © Fusion Media Management, Inc. 2013-2019 All rights reserved.
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March 19, 2019 09:50 AM PDT

I have a really fun conversation from the Programming Lounge presented by Convo By Design at the WestEdge Design Fair. This talk is called Colormix Forecast 2019. The conversation features Sue Wadden and Michael Plank from Sherwin Williams. As directors of Color Marketing for Sherwin Williams, they put together an amazing presentation and you can hear it here. Now, this talk was a challenge for me to put together for you because Sue and Michael have the visual presentation of color and striking images over music. As this is a podcast, it would be odd to have you listening to music and trying to visualize what the images actually are. I was there for this talk and watched it live and what I noticed while editing this was that something amazing happened. I have experienced this before, but this time was more extreme for me. Listening to Sue and Michael explain their color palate was more expressive to me than hearing and seeing it together.

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There have been studies that suggest that the brain is malleable in that when one sense is lost, others become stronger to compensate. I tried something here and listened to the recording of this talk and after, tried to compare the experience. What I found was that the colors I visualized while listening to Sue and Michael were more vivid AND more personal to me because I attached suggested colors like “dark rich blues” and “vivid yellows” to my own experiences as opposed to the images provided in the presentation. I’m not sure what’s happening here, but it was a really wonderful experience and I hope you can feel the same sensations, it was pretty cool and the best part for me was that I left feeling truly inspired. Color can do that.

Before we get into this conversation with Susan and Michael from Sherwin Williams, I want to thank you for listening and invite you to join in the conversation, you can find us @ConvoByDesign on twitter and @ConvoXDesign with an ‘X” on Facebook and Instagram. You can also find videos from these conversations on our YouTube channel, again search Convo By Design and you will find over 150 videos from some of your favorite guests, including the following. If you like the show, please send it to a friend so they can join our design community. Thanks for listening, enjoy the show.

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #SubZeroWolf #SnyderDiamond #VONDOM #Article #SherwinWIlliams #Color #ColorMix2019

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March 12, 2019 09:20 AM PDT

Don’t make the common mistakes when working ‘California Crafted’ style into your design project. Let Sue guide you through the key steps to making it all work together. She also explains how designers can create signature lines that are true and authentic to the designer’s vision.

Every designer I speak with has their own unique talents and set of skills. That is what allows them to stand out and achieve a high level of success. People gravitate to creative types like a moth to light. I find it fascinating and I have been trying to see if I can isolate some of the quality as it relates to design and architecture and one thing has come to my attention recently that stands to reason but is still pretty interesting. Many designers are enjoying success as it relates to licensing their name and crafting partnerships with manufacturers. Designer lines is not a new concept, but the designers and manufacturers are getting better with regard to marketing, promotion and execution of marketing strategies to promote and sell. I wanted to know why and how so I sought out one of the incredible talents enjoying a high level of success. Sue Firestone.

Firestone is Chairman and founder of sfa design. Sue has seen success as a designer, business woman and owner of her namesake product line. The Sue Firestone Collection includes a line of wall covering with Kravet and furniture line through A. Rudin. What you will find is that her line is completely on brand with her signature philosophy that California style that exemplifies the organic approach by which she built her reputation as a designer.

Sue talks about her inspiration. Her travels and what led her to where she is today. This is a case study in authenticity as a person and a brand. This is a case study in creative perception and application of skill. When these are aligned, anything is possible.

Thank you for listening to this episode of Convo By Design. Have you subscribed to the podcast? Are you checking out the videos on YouTube? You can see videos from the episodes like all three of the products featured on this episode. I know I am asking for a lot here, please also join in the conversation on twitter, instagram and facebook. As always, if you have a question about the show, a submission or idea for an upcoming episode, you can reach me at convo by design at outlook dot com. If you need links to everything mentioned above, you can find it in the show notes. Thanks for listening.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/convobydesign

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/convoxdesign/

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#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM #SueFirestone #SFA Design #A.Rudin #Kravet

March 05, 2019 09:06 AM PST

“take a party where you have your close friends and everyone winds up in the kitchen. Why shouldn’t it be the best room in the house” -Chad Dorsey

This is Convo By Design recorded in the Living Kitchen Studio. Designer/ Architect, Chad Dorsey was born in Tennessee, has a primary office in Dallas and projects from LA to Washington state. When you hear the accent, you know he isn’t a native Angeleno, but he understands design. Had is the founder of Chad Dorsey Design. Our conversation covers a significant amount of territory and features some significant similarities between Los Angeles, California and Dallas, Texas. The Trinity River and LA River serve the same social, ecological and functional purposes. The Sunset Strip and Deep Ellum, while vastly different in size serve as cultural landmarks that feed the cities deep thirst for music. Both share world-class arts, food and entertainment. Not all comparisons or good, both cities have claimed the life of a Kennedy in the same tragic way.

These two cities are as different as you can possibly be and yet, remarkably similar. Their approaches and tastes with regard to design and architecture are no different. Massive suburban areas, each with their own personalities and both have seen a massive and highly successful return to downtown living. This is architect and designer, Chad Dorsey

Thank you for listening to this episode of Convo By Design. Have you subscribed to the podcast? Are you checking out the videos on YouTube? You can see videos from the episodes like all three of the products featured on this episode. I know I am asking for a lot here, please also join in the conversation on twitter, instagram and facebook. As always, if you have a question about the show, a submission or idea for an upcoming episode, you can reach me at convo by design at outlook dot com. If you need links to everything mentioned above, you can find it in the show notes. Thanks for listening.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/convobydesign

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/convoxdesign/

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM #Article #ArticleFurniture

February 26, 2019 08:44 AM PST

"One of the benefits of being an advisor is, you already know how long things take." - Cynthia Lambakis

When you do a show like this long enough, like watching any family or group of friends, you see new partnerships form and others go away. This is a subject we have not talked about on the show and I am a little surprised. This episode features interior designer, Cynthia Lambakis. Cynthia is a returning guest from episode 63, I think. I was touring the Pasadena Showcase House of Design in 2016 and spoke with Cynthia and her design partner Samantha, both parts of Ederra Design. Now, Cynthia is out on her own, building her solo design studio. It reminds me that at one point, before Convo by Design, I was working on a different project and had a split with a creative partner. I learned some really powerful lessons about knowing when and why to walk away, what happens after and how to move on.

Cynthia and I talk about those same ideas in addition to her amazing sense of style, design ideas, approach to kitchen design and outdoor spaces. We chat about the frustrations in working on social media how to make the most wonderful design from the good bones of older architecture. Enjoy this conversation with interior designer, Cynthia Lambakis.

Thank you for listening to this episode of Convo By Design. Have you subscribed to the podcast? Are you checking out the videos on YouTube? You can see videos from the episodes like all three of the products featured on this episode. I know I am asking for a lot here, please also join in the conversation on twitter, instagram and facebook. As always, if you have a question about the show, a submission or idea for an upcoming episode, you can reach me at convo by design at outlook dot com. If you need links to everything mentioned above, you can find it in the show notes. Thanks for listening.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/convobydesign

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/convoxdesign/

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM

February 20, 2019 08:15 PM PST

Joan Behnke founded her namesake design studio in 1999. Since then, she has been trailblazing a path studded with interior design gems from LA to DC. Joan views interior design as a fine art and an exercise in self-expression. It’s both intimate and created for the world to see based on the unique personality of its inhabitant.

I met Joan at her studio and we sat for quite a while. She is in a really good place. The firm has enjoyed international recognition and while that is important, she has built her firm on her own ideas of what makes the work, good and worthy. I enjoyed my time with Joan, she is soft spoken but her words have tremendous impact and she is fierce in her ideas about design and the personal nature by which she connects it to her clients. We talked about exquisite craftsmanship and lasting beauty, both of which are key elements to her design philosophy. This is Joan Behnke.

If you like this episode of the podcast, and I hope that you do. Why not subscribe to the show? It’s easy, fast andYou can find Convo By Design wherever you download your favorite podcasts.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

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#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM #WestEdgeDesignFair #DIEM #JoanBehnke

February 12, 2019 09:25 AM PST

When you hit a certain level of success and notoriety, you co from having two names, to being known by one. In the design and architecture circles of Southern California, the name "Rocky" leaves no mistake about whom we are speaking. Rocky LaFleur is a fixture of the design and architecture scene. Rocky has been in West Hollywood for over 40 years, dedicating his time to promote our community and help mentor the next generation of design professionals. I met Rocky at the Pacific Design Center and we talked for a while. He told me his story, his views on interior design in Southern California today and what it was like when he first got here. This really is the story of a small town boy coming to LA and helping to shape the design landscape. His influence is inextricably tied to the interiors in and around Los Angeles if for no other reason than the affect he has had on those he meets and mentors. Rocky is also one of the most positive people I know, always a good word and he is just a joy to be around. Enjoy this conversation with Rocky LaFleur.

If you like this episode of the podcast, and I hope that you do. Why not subscribe to the show? It’s easy, fast andYou can find Convo By Design wherever you download your favorite podcasts.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

Player.FM

https://player.fm/en/podcasts/convo-by-design

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM

February 05, 2019 01:30 PM PST

If you have been listening to Convo By Design for a while, you have heard amazing stories about set decorators from your favorite TV shows and movies. I thought there should be a special place, just for those who create TV and movie magic. So, I have launched a new podcast called The Art Dept. featuring stories about design and creativity from behind the camera. You are still going to hear from them here on Convo By Design, but in addition to the set decorators, The Art Dept. is going to introduce you to production designers, fabricators, wardrobe, make-up and all of the other amazing creatives that you simply would never hear about.

This is an episode of The Art Dept, dedicated to the art behind movie and TV magic. This is an exploration and a showcase of the creatives that never write a line, say a single word nor appear on screen yet their work creates the scene, the feel and the backstory for the characters you love and love to hate. This episode features an interview with set decorator, Beth Wooke. Beth’s body of work is vast with some amazing shows, not the least of which is the TV smash hit, This Is Us. Beth defined the characters for us, showed us how the live, where and how they spend their time. We learn by how these characters live how they are like and unlike us. And these are people we have grown to care for, deeply. Beth defined these people in the first season and that really seems to be Beth’s super-power. I wanted to know more about how Beth does this, where she gets her inspiration from and they answer may or may not surprise you. What you will hear, is how this creative uses her personal experiences to shape the environment of the characters and makes them come to life in between the lines. Before we get to Beth, I want you to hear from another set decorator, Don Diers. Don has a truly diverse body of work. He has decorated sets for The Muppets, Jane the Virgin, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer. Don is also a cross-over in the art department with work as a production designer, art director, set dresser and prop master. Thank you for listening to this episode of The Art Dept. Every episode will feature the Hollywood elite, the A-Listers who make TV and movie magic every day. Please follow us @ConvoByDesign on twitter and @ConvoXDesign on Instagram, you can also track the show using #TheArtDepartmentPodcast (all spelled out).

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

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https://player.fm/en/podcasts/convo-by-design

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM

January 31, 2019 10:25 AM PST

This is a conversation about teamwork, luxury design, collaboration and longevity. More specifically, how Brian Pinkett of the Landry Design Group structured his career. If that sounds contrived, listen to him describe it. He knew what he wanted to do at a very early age and built his work life around his passion. I wish I could have found my passion early, I didn’t and I would say that is most common. Ito took me a long time to figure out what I wanted to do, what made me happiest. Brian found it early and he was able to craft his work life around that. The result is a storied career with the majority of that at the Landry Design Group where he is a big part of building and training a team to consistently attain some of the most amazing and luxury design in the business today. That team and the concept of team is of critical importance to the Landry Design Group philosophy.

I really enjoyed this conversation with Brian Pinkett and I hope you do as well. It was recorded in front of a wonderful audience at the WestEdge Design Fair. If you like this episode of the podcast, why not subscribe to the show? It’s easy, fast andYou can find Convo By Design wherever you download your favorite podcasts.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

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https://player.fm/en/podcasts/convo-by-design

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #LuxuryDesign #HomeDecor #LandryDesignGroup #BrianPinkett #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM

January 28, 2019 09:26 AM PST

Convo By Design is recorded in the Living Kitchen Studio and this week, you are going to hear from an amazing talent and wonderful guy. This is Peter Gurski, set decorator and the man behind the look and feel of Will & Grace. Peter is a multifaceted creative meaning he is also an interior designer and has held multiple other roles within the art department including production designer and art director.

But this is special for me and I hope you enjoy this conversation with Peter. He invited me to the Universal City Studios to walk the set, and talk a little bit. We talked a lot about the business, his role and vision for the reboot of an immensely popular show with extremely vocal fans. Peter talks about the show and more specifically, the characters who you got to know between 1998 and 2006, now reintroduced in 2017 and guess what, they have changed, just like you and me. Peter and his team imagined their personality and life development but also incorporated who they were to deliver the same characters 10 years later. Brilliant.

Peter captured the past work of set decorator Melinda Ritz who worked on the first 10 seasons and moved from there. We walked and talked and you can see images from the set on social media and make sure to check out the YouTube channel for a video from our time together.

If you like this episode of the podcast, and I hope that you do. Why not subscribe to the show? It’s easy, fast andYou can find Convo By Design wherever you download your favorite podcasts.

iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

Player.FM

https://player.fm/en/podcasts/convo-by-design

#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #Will&Grace #HomeDecor #WillandGrace #PeterGurski #SDSA #SnyderDiamond #SubZeroWolf #VONDOM

January 25, 2019 07:59 AM PST

After five years doing the #podcast, 200 podcast episodes and 150 videos on YouTube, this might be a good opportunity to republish some previous episodes of the show, schedule permitting. I am publishing #ThrowbackThursday episode featuring guests and conversations you haven’t heard in a while…. Like this one.

These TBT episodes have been so much fun for me. It’s been like going through a box of family photos. Each conversation has special memories for me. and this one is very special. When you get a group like this on stage, talking about this topic as it relates to designers, you have me hooked and I think you will really enjoy this fun, smart and snarky conversation with some AMAZING individuals. This was originally recorded from the WestEdge #Design Fair in 2014 and I published it in 2 parts, episodes 28 and 29. It is called…

Built to Last: Developing a Brand Legacy in the Design World

Your brand identity is the single most important factor in building a distinctive, impactful, timeless business. Are you harnessing it to its full effect? This is how to set yourself apart in today’s fast-paced market and build a business of genuine integrity with impeccable products and services that stand the test of time according to some industry giants. Moderator and design icon Kathryn Ireland speaks with Russ Diamond, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Thomas Lavin and Christopher Farr about brand, branding and design. Product lines and promotion. I forgot just how wonderful it is to hear this group go back and forth. Buckle up, it’s a fun ride…

#Architecture #Design #Hollywood #WestEdgeDesignFair #ConvoByDesign

If you like this episode of the podcast, and I hope that you do. Why not subscribe to the show? It’s easy, fast and free. Here’s the link to the show on a few different outlets:

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https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/convo-by-design/id937267494?mt=2

TuneIn:

https://tunein.com/podcasts/Arts--Culture/Convo-By-Design-p724759/

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#Design #Architecture #ConvoByDesign #InteriorDesign #Hollywood #Art #Food #HomeDecor #MartynLawrenceBullard #KatherynIreland

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