Design In Mind sits down with today's leading designers and design thinkers for a candid conversation about their life, their work and how they have come to see the world. Here, we get a chance to delve more deeply into the creative mind of these important designers and, through that, better understand the world we live in. Design in Mind is an extension of a series of live events in San Francisco called Arkitektura Assembly where designers of all disciplines come and share their work and ideas with the vibrant San Francisco creative community. For more information on the series, please visit assembly.arksf.com
DESIGN IN MIND: Jay Osgerby
Jay Osgerby’s industrial design career has been defined by a deep-seated appetite for experimentation, beginning with his childhood years building fireworks in the shed of his family’s countryside home.
DESIGN IN MIND: Hella Jongerius
Hella Jongerius approaches design with the analytic intensity of a scientist. Every design is a manifestation of a well-researched hypothesis…
DESIGN IN MIND: Nacho Carbonell
When you look at Nacho Carbonell’s work, you’re taken into another world. His works are tactile and intimate, alive and engaging.
DESIGN IN MIND: Studio Job
Job Smeets was a star student at Design Academy Eidhoven when he graduated in 1996. Belgian in origin, he went […]
DESIGN IN MIND: Paul Cocksedge
Paul Cocksedge Studio creates wide ranging designs but the through line is a sense of it being made for the people to engage with.
DESIGN IN MIND: Humberto Campana
The Campana Brothers have been making their indelible mark furniture design for nearly three decades.
Design on my mind.
Tania has this way of creating an intellectually easy going vibe. Creative, creative, creative. She gets down to the essence of these very unique visionaries. A creative person in her own right, she seamlessly relates to her guest and I look forward to hearing more from Design Mind and all the new interesting people they bring our way.
the interviewer’s questions doesn’t seem to match the intellect of the designers- which I think gets in the way of a flow-y, full and immersive conversations. Some of her questions to Maeda and Hecht are revealing of her very one dimensional idea and understanding of design/ creativity. I can almost hear the disbelief/ hesitations in designer’s responses to some of her lackluster questions/ comments.
The Interviews with successful international designers, and their experiences are very inspiring. I really love Tania’s voice and the way how she puts questions from different angels, which keep my attention on conversation here.