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!
Hear interdisciplinary designer Mana Sazegara's take on why there is so much beige furniture on the market and why you should embrace color instead.
Tune in to hear Jin Namgoong and Joonghan Bae of Studio.Oong share their thoughts about the true meaning behind the rise of Korean pop culture.
Tune in to see why this Finnish artist values the slow process of her work – it can take up to six months to complete a piece.
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.
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.