52 episodes

On Design with Justyna Green brings you insightful conversations with the arts & design's most inspiring figures - from designers to musicians, dancers to architects and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.

Follow Justyna on Instagram @justynagreen

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On Design with Justyna Green brings you insightful conversations with the arts & design's most inspiring figures - from designers to musicians, dancers to architects and everybody in between. If you want to know what inspires them, how they work and how they see the world, this is the podcast for you.

Follow Justyna on Instagram @justynagreen

    Taymoor Atighetchi and Tobias Vernon on friendship, good taste and entrepreneurship.

    Taymoor Atighetchi and Tobias Vernon on friendship, good taste and entrepreneurship.

    A positive episode, to help you through difficult times! I speak to two friends Taymoor Atighetchi and Tobias Vernon about their creative businesses. Taymoor is the CEO of Papier - my favourite stationery company and Tobias is the founder of 8 Holland Street - a beautifully curated gallery space in London and Bath. The two met over a decade go when they both studied Art History in Cambridge, and they have supported each other ever since

    Presented by Justyna Green
    Produced by James Green

    • 51 min
    Nik Roope on digital, design, entrepreneurship and what's next

    Nik Roope on digital, design, entrepreneurship and what's next

    Nik Roope is a digital and industrial designer and entrepreneur. He is known as the founder of POKE and Plumen to name a few of his ventures. In our conversation, we dive into the early years of multimedia design and the dot-com bubble and discuss everything from Tiffany & Co's first e-commerce launch to Gregg's vegan sausage rolls. Nik also shares his thoughts on the designers' responsibilities in the current socio-economic climate.

    Presented by Justyna Green
    Produced by James Green

    • 56 min
    Olivia Ahmad on House of Illustration, Varoom and storytelling

    Olivia Ahmad on House of Illustration, Varoom and storytelling

    Olivia Ahmad is the curator of the House of Illustration and the editor of Varoom magazine featuring a combination of industry insight and critical analysis of the field of illustration.

    In our conversation, we discuss how illustration is closely linked with our everyday lives, its role in contemporary culture as well as dive into the House of Illustration's current exhibitions and discover Olivia's favourite illustrators of the moment.

    Presented by Justyna Green
    Produced by James Green

    • 43 min
    Robert Storey on set design, magic and future of retail

    Robert Storey on set design, magic and future of retail

    Robert Storey is an all-round creative and the founder of Storey Studio, which specialises in spatial and set design, having worked with everyone from Nike to Prada, Gentle Monster to the V&A. 

    In our conversation, Robert shares with me his story of going solo at 23, how his sculpture practice informed his early set design work, what the future of retail looks like and how he feels celebrating 10 years of his studio this year.

    Presented by Justyna Green

    Production by James Green

    • 46 min
    Harriet Fitch Little on Kinfolk, intimacy and art direction

    Harriet Fitch Little on Kinfolk, intimacy and art direction

    Harriet Fitch Little is the editor of Kinfolk magazine - a publication which over the years has reached cult status. In our conversation, Harriet shares with me her journalistic journey, explains the evolution of Kinfolk over the years and together we dive into the latest issue of the magazine with a theme of Intimacy. 

    We also broadly discuss Kinfolk's art direction, its books and gallery and office spaces across the globe.

    Presented by Justyna Green
    Production by James Green

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Michael Anastassiades

    Michael Anastassiades

    Michael Anastassiades shares with me his creative journey with the 80s as a starting point - the time when he studied engineering and design and wasn't satisfied with either.

    Things changed in the early 90s when Michael got his house on London Waterloo's Lower Marsh and started to split his time between teaching art, designing objects and being a yoga instructor. The decades that followed saw him become one of the most loved lighting designers. 

    Presented by Justyna Green
    Produced by James Green

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

Tiernan Hughes ,

IMO, the best Design Podcast you can listen to.

This is genuinely one of the most engaging and relevant podcasts for anyone working within the Design Industry or who just has an Interest in design and creativity.

The dynamic range of guests from all creative mediums (architects, illustrators, curators) provides a varied range of insights and little wisdoms that are exactly what designers of all typologies can utilise to remain engaged, to learn and to grow as creatives.

Additionally, Justyna’s own intelligent yet relaxed conversational style serves to create organic, productive episodes that bring out the best in her guests.

All in all, Justyna has successfully created my all-time favourite podcast on Design.

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This is the Design Podcast I've been looking for! Lovely honest and open interviews!

Carine Buchanan ,

Bite size engaging and intelligent

It has become my favourite podcast about design. Short enough to remain focused and engaged, interesting and relevant, perfectly hosted, no nonsense. Give it a go, you’ll be hooked!

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