"Minimalism is a thing that gets us past the things." Tune in as we dive into this quote (and more!) on DMTV Milkshake with The Minimalists.
Magalie Noel Dresse of Caribbean Craft shares how Haitians continue to persevere through adversities to create artisanal, handcrafted objects.
Design Milk revisits the most popular episodes of DMTV Milkshake in 2022 where designers + makers talk about their work in detail.
The last DMTV Milkshake guest of the year is Andee Hess, and she's returning to share all she's been up to since her previous Milkshake!
Tune in to hear tips + tricks from Damian + Britt Zunino of Studio DB on transforming layered, interesting spaces full of warmth and texture!
Tune into DMTV Milkshake to hear how Amanda Jane Jones' role as founding Kinfolk designer shaped her life now as a design multi-hyphenate!
Frances Bronet, president of Pratt Institute, shares convincing reasons why design students should consider the school for their futures.
Interior architect Alexandra Loew takes us behind SFMOMA's "Conversation Pieces: Contemporary Furniture in Dialogue” exhibition.
From a young age, Avery Thatcher explored all the possibilities of designing gorgeous shapes to apply to walls. She eventually turned it into a career.
Llisa Demetrios, youngest grandchild of Ray + Charles Eames, shares her work at the Eames Institute of Infinite Curiosity and as a bronze sculptor.
If you've ever renovated your home. or are thinking of doing it, you'll want to tune into to today's Milkshake episode to protect your investments.
Designing spaces for art requires a different type of mindset + strategic thinking. Tune in to the latest DMTV Milkshake to hear Koray Duman explain why!
What should modern architecture look like in a post-pandemic world? Matthias Hollwich, founder of NY architecture firm HWKN, clues us in.
No one should tell you what color is the best choice for your home, and Backdrop founders, Natalie and Caleb Ebel, share why. Tune in!
Art and commercial work seems like opposite sides of the spectrum but designer Elyse Graham is drawn to both – tune in to find out why!