I meet Iris Dunbar close to her Paddington HQ
Julienne Webster talks all things PR
In a suitably surf themed location we chat to Adam Parsons
From the wilds of the Scottish Borders via Skype its Dr Craig Knight
Kay and I chat to Kirsty Angerer, AKA The Travelling Ergonomist via Zoom
Kay Hanson joins me as co host to interview designer Anna Hart
We meet designer Naomi Cleaver in the back room of The Globe Inn, Topsham.
The future is bright with designer (and my lil sis) Rachel Forster joining me to talk about Hotbox and agile working
Series 5. Out now with Patrick O'Donnell from Farrow and Ball.
Series 5 launched with a chat about paint and decoration with Patrick O'Donnell from Farrow and Ball
Series 4 kicked off with Kay Sargent from HOK discussing neurodiversity followed by Laura Perryman, Nathan Lonsdale, Jack Trench, Vera Bogodi, James Journet, Naomi Cleaver, Daniel Heath, anGraeme Brooker, and Dan Einzig to complete the season.
Hosted by designer and educator Jonathan Forster the podcast takes an educational slant on the world of interior design providing an insight into the how and the why. It is suitable for anyone wanting to learn about the process of interior design from undergraduates to keen amateurs, business owners to design professionals.
The podcast features interviews with designers, consultants, suppliers, and manufacturers from across the spectrum of the interior design world alongside more practical discussions about techniques, processes, and the professional practice of interior design.
Series 1 launched in Autumn 2019 with Naomi Cleaver and a Meet the Supplier version with Foscarini followed up with Kirsty Angerer, Anna Hart, Julienne Webster, Adam Parsons, Rachel Forster, Dr. Craig Knight, Caroline Buckingham, Tim Wadsworth, Iris Dunbar, IVC's Ivo Schintz, and a return for Kirsty Angerer to discuss working from home during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Series 2 featured chats with Marianne Shillingford, Ella Doran, Cathryn Bishop, Mustafa Afsaroglu, Nathan Hurley, Hanieh Motamedian, David Amos, Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd, James Mair, and Abigail Chandler.
The podcast has developed from Jonathan’s groundbreaking educational podcasts, delivered to students at Plymouth in support of their project work.