A commercial interior architecture and design podcast. Designed to unpack the process of practicing commercial interior design. This podcast is a catalyst to elevate commercial interior designers by unpacking the facets of the design profession. By elevating professional practice through organizational dynamics tips. Celebrating emerged practitioners through a series of candid interviews to hear how they navigated their career path and creating an Q&A platform to build quality professional resources to support the commercial interior design community.
Mothers of Design
We take the conversation to a personal level to look at the practice of design and parenting.
Lights Camera Action
As we zoom into 2021 we take a look at the digital presentation process to set you up for success.In this episode we will talk about:How to prep for a design meetingHow to structure a meeting with a clear agendaEffective verbal and visual presentation...
Architecture and Interiors Collide with Michael Riscica
In this episode we talk about the relationship of architecture and interiors as a practice, we size up the ARE and the NCIDQ, we discuss pursuing a masters in architecture and provide insightful tips to help you elevate your practice.Guest...
Solace Found in Travel with Casey Martin
Interior designers have the capacity to produce thought provoking work that is regionally empathetic and culturally diverse. When we travel, we open up to observing and learning about other cultures. During the process of observation we break down...
Creating a Collaborative Culture
As designers strive to become more innovative, working in groups is at the root of harvesting a larger breadth of creativity. Collaboration is a tool for reaching greater innovation and creativity in the design field. In this episode we will offer 10...
How does one foster creativity? In this episode we will talk about the moment in the design process when one needs to summon the creative voices inside. We will unpack how to be creative and offer 10 tips to foster creativity in the design process.“I...