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Best Rvltr Studio podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Rvltr Studio podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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New-York-based, RISD-trained Canuck designer Theo Richardson spoke about his upbringing, creativity and the future of design. A genuinely nice and thoughtful guy, Theo revealed some of the secrets that led him to have such a successful career at a relatively young age. Listen in to hear more about his life and philosophy.About the podcast: The inte…
 
Liam Gadsby is a veteran comic and all around creative force living and performing in Toronto. I met Liam one day at the local café and his larger-than-life personality is what drew me to him. Upon befriending him, I learned that he was an unstoppable creative force and came to appreciate being around him for a good laugh. He’s comfortable with thi…
 
In January 2019, I participated in a panel at the Interior Design Show (IDS) in Toronto. We discussed the nature of media in the representation in architecture and what representing architecture in this day and age means. This recording was our conversation. About the podcast: The panel was comprised of Peter Sobchak, Editor at Canadian Interiors a…
 
Fraser Greenberg and I spoke at length about his Toronto upbringing, how he stumbled into family business and transformed it to thrive an ever-changing market as well as his latest endeavour, the coffee shop Milky’s in Toronto’s West End. What struck me about Fraser is the consistency with which he bring passion, purpose and an amazing sense of cra…
 
I had a fascinating conversation with Toon Dreessen, principal at Architects DCA in Ottawa and past president of the Ontario Association of Architects. During our conversation, Toon spoke about his upbringing in the Netherlands, his early life and how that influenced his very early decision to become an architect around age 10, a decision he does n…
 
In episode 209, I spoke with Polish-born designer and architect Jan Lorenc, principal of Lorenc + Yoo, a leading experiential design firm based out of Atlanta. Jan spoke about his upbringing in Communist Poland and his subsequent move to the US at age eight, when the weight of communist policies and constant shortages of basic goods became too much…
 
Aussie architect and internet entrepreneur Nic Granleese, did his interview with us during his last visit in Toronto. He talked about his shoeless upbringing in rural Australia and how during a sabbatical early on in his career, he decided to hop on his motorcycle, quit architecture and become a photographer. Subsequently, his path led him to creat…
 
For the last episode of our series on LA creatives, I interviewed Frances Anderton, host of the NPR radio show Design and Architecture on the Los Angeles radio station KCRW. Frances talked about her upbringing in the UK, her early aspirations to be an architect, how she fell in love with broadcasting and Los Angeles in the early 90’s, as well as li…
 
In episode 206, the third instalment in our series on LA creatives, Paul Petrunia talked about his upbringing in the Canadian prairies, how Arthur Erickson influenced him to be an architect, his ill-fated career as a teen ballet dancer and his cultural confusion as an expat torn between American and Canadian cultures. Going back to the early Intern…
 
Dan Brunn’s early life in Tel Aviv, subsequent move with his family to Southern California at age 7 and his later nomadic lifestyle as a adult certainly did not make his life easy, yet set the stage for a highly creative and driven character to develop. Someone as uncompromising as he is a kind soul who wants to do good in the world. Dan is a young…
 
In episode 204, we interviewed veteran architect and globe-trotter Steven Ehrlich, founder and principal at EYRC, a Los Angeles based architecture studio working under the tenet of "Multicultural Modernism". Steven talked about his formative years on the east coast, his early career in Africa as a member of the peace corps, Creativity and the chall…
 
In episode 3 of our second season, I talked to David K. Levine a distinguished academic, political economist and popular author. We talked about his midwestern childhood, how economics can explain a lot of modern society challenges, his transplant life in Europe and how one of the biggest risks he took was a late-career change, taking on subjects h…
 
In episode 2 of our second season, Stefan Hunt, recounted his -short- life story, from a typical western childhood in New South Wales, Australia, to his early foray into film making, crossing the US at 18 with no money, a bieber haircut and a drive to surf all 48 states, including the 20+ landlocked ones. His first film, self-described as “cringewo…
 
In our first episode of season 2, John Dewolf, Vice President at Form : Media walks us through his youth in the Canadian Maritimes, his early career as a graphic designer before he realized, while working on a software to help people save for retirement and later on the redesign of the US census forms, the power of design to positively influence pe…
 
Nothing in her early life foreshadowed Jaime Derringer’s rise as a champion of contemporary design, through the development of her wildly successful design blog Design Milk and its sister sites, Dog Milk and Adorn Milk. A passion project if there is one, she turned - one step at a time - her love of contemporary design, architecture and beautiful t…
 
Architect Matthew Rosenberg grew up in Saskatoon in an environment that did not predestine him to become the daring creative force he is today. A quiet suburban life and (admittedly overly) caring jewish family was more likely to be conducive to a humdrum suburban life. Attending the march of the living in Israel and Poland in his teens, awakened i…
 
About this episode: Ian French - a.k.a. IF the poet was a troubled youth. He rebelled against authority, did drugs and got into all kinds of trouble. Before his antics caught up to him, he started a business with his brother in his 20’s. They would go on to build one of the most successful and largest direct marketing agencies in the country. Not b…
 
In this episode, we had the immense pleasure to interview Murray Legge, FAIA, an architect and Toronto native working in Austin, TX. Murray discussed his boundless creativity, the influence of growing up in Toronto, how is architecture is influenced by filmmaking and his love for Louis Kahn and Sigurd Lewerentz. Get on board for a journey through M…
 
About this episode: David Bowick, principal at Blackwell talks to us about his beginnings as a structural engineer, his sources of inspiration, Peter Rice and his most challenging project to date, the Canada’s Diversity Gardens at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg. Listen in to hear the secret sauce behind one of Canada's most innovative structural engi…
 
About this episode: Muzo, a band of rockers from the UK decided 15+ years ago to disrupt the office furniture market. Not only their products are cool, but they are really well designed with the end user in mind. What makes them unique? Their love for music and endless creativity when it comes to promoting themselves guerilla-style. Listen to Joe P…
 
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