Ted Bradley reflects on making the jump from his corporate career at Google to create lighting designs that were deemed impossible to make.
Aspiring architects usually ask one age-old question: how can they avoid boring jobs? Michael Leckie shares his nugget of wisdom and more.
This DMTV Milkshake episode with clay artist Erin Hupp will inspire you to flip over your plate the next time you eat at a restaurant. Tune in!
Material’s co-founder Eunice Byun talks about the significance of AAPI Heritage month & how her Korean heritage manifests itself in her work.
In this week’s Milkshake, we chat with Talk Carpet about how the pandemic pivot has created a range of brilliant, expressive carpets.
With the end of NYCxDESIGN, Design Milk shares the best of ICFF + WantedDesign 2022, including Concrete Collaborative, Thatcher, and more!
Vibrant color is the central force behind everything artist + designer Julie Lansom creates, from her Sputniks to paintings to lighting.
Leia T. Ward shares her experience working on multi-million dollar homes + how to translate a home’s architecture into its staging.
Tune in to why the Future Flowers founder, Jennifer Huynh, thinks the flower bouquets you see at the market look a bit dated + the future of floral design.
Tune in to this DMTV Milkshake to hear how seasoned architect Lauren Rottet handles the stress that comes with her high profile projects.
Artist and author Edith Young chats about everything color, including colors of beverages in the work of Colombian painter Fernando Botero.
Serial entrepreneur Erin Kleinberg (formerly The Coveteur, currently Métier Creative + Sidia) schools us in Business 101 for female founders.
In this DMTV Milkshake episode, Lissa So shares her thoughts about "high" design versus design that's inclusive and impactful.
Block Shop Textiles' co-founder Hopie Stockman sheds some light into what it is she thinks you need to kickstart your small creative business.
Concrete has the ability to bring a versatile, warm appeal to design, and Kast Concrete's washbasins reflect the possibilities.