What does it take for a living walls company to make sure even the worst brown thumbs keep their system alive? Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale sits down with Nathan Beckner, lead plant designer of sagegreenlife to discuss their latest collaboration with Gensler.

With the ways in which office spaces are changing and evolving, what do designers need to know? That’s the question EIC Kadie Yale takes on with Allsteel’s Brandon Sieben, president, and Jan Johnson, vice-president of design and workplace resources.

A. Razzak Memon thrives on ever-changing technology, providing a total solution for current and future needs. He also has been a frequent flyer at 300,000 miles every year. Needless to say, he spends more time in airport lounges than anywhere else. Christoph Trappe and Adrian Thompson discuss some of his favorite lounges over the years.

Sustainability has been an ever more important aspect of design and the way we live, work, and interact. In episode 7, Editor-in-Chief Kadie Yale discusses sustainable initiatives and the importance of footprinting over hand printing with Lisa Conway, VP of sustainability of design for Interface America’s.

Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams, announces Sherwin-William’s 2019 color of the year, how it was chosen, and what you can expect to see in this contemporary hue in the next year. 

Content Engagement Director Christoph Trappe and Editor-In-Chief Kadie Yale sit down with the Executive Director of the Architectural Salvage Warehouse of Detroit. His team deals in deconstruction and re-manufacturing usage of abandoned industrial structures and commercial structures in Detroit. Listen in on a conversation about a unique, often forgotten side of interior design and architecture.

Royce Epstein, a+d design director of Mohawk, discusses millennial pink with EiC Kadie Yale. Over the last several years, pink has made its way into the design industry—but why? Epstein and Yale discuss its origin story as a gender descriptor, why it’s so prevalent, and how long designers can expect it to stick around. 

A discussion with Trenton Horinek from Hologenix, creator of Celliant. Our August Product Materiality is a reactive material that absorbs the heat from your body, converts it to infrared, and delivers it back to the body where it's absorbed into the skin tissue and bloodstream

Beverly Willis starts with a question. “One of my favorite questions I like to ask, particularly to men, but also women: Can you name five women architects?”

In the first episode of your best choice in interior design and architecture podcasting, the I Hear Design team listens to and discusses the full interview of legendary architect Beverly Willis.