Thinking for Better Living is a series of conversations that show Swedish thinking in action, inspired by Electrolux’s philosophy of using thinking, innovation and design to make people’s lives better. Our host David Coupland will talk to friends and ambassadors of Electrolux in conversations which span design, psychology, social entrepreneurism, innovation and everyday life. Join us as we uncover unique thinking which can help you achieve better living at home.
Balancing parenthood and careers
Electrolux Ambassadors and full time chefs, Massimo Mele and Scott Bridger, share their expertise on cooking and eating as a family, the role of parenting and fatherhood today, as well as setting goals and achieving their ambitions.
Producing and Sourcing Sustainably
Chef and owner of Biota Dining, and Electrolux ambassador James Viles, shows us how his approach to cooking focusses on sustainability, sourcing local produce and working with likeminded people who care about food as much as he does.
The Importance of Tradition
Entertaining expert Stephanie Conley, aka The Hostess, sits down with her husband Oskar to discuss Christmas and the traditions that shape family life.
Lessons learned over the pots and pans
Chef Richard Ousby reflects over lessons learned in the kitchen and how he’s making big changes to achieve more balance in his life.
The Food Fighters
A chef and a social entrepreneur unite people with their passion for food sustainability. Hear Ronni Kahn, Founder of OzHarvest, and Massimo Mele, chef and Electrolux Ambassador, share their thoughts on how to live a more sustainable life at home.
Design is not just about beauty
Interior designer Anna-Carin McNamara and Head Psychologist and founder of The Indigo Project Mary Hoang explore the impact of design on better living. From the psychology of design, to the design of psychology, this conversation explores how your physical and mental space share a relationship that have a huge impact on overall wellbeing.