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    Ep 8 DESIGN POD
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    LISTEN NOW: Art’s role in design – a DESIGN POD special

    Calling all design and architecture enthusiasts, the latest episode of DESIGN POD has dropped! Listen now to episode eight of the podcast for all designers and architects on-to-go to find out what happened when editor Hamish Kilburn and co-host Harriet Forde met Patrick McCrae, CEO and founder of ARTIQ, a brand on an unapologetic mission to towards equality in art and beyond…

    Ep 8 DESIGN POD

    Episode eight of DESIGN POD is now available to listen to on all major podcast platforms. In this episode, which is in association with Bathroom Brands Group, editor Hamish Kilburn along with co-host Harriet Forde investigate art’s role in design. To do this, the duo welcome Patrick McCrae – some might say the king of the art scene in the UK – onto the Minotti London sofa to explore more about ARTIQ’s mission towards equality.

    Before we started to really understand art’s role in this eclectic arena, it was integral in the conversation to understand ARTIQ’s role when it comes to creating exceptional spaces around the world. “We tend to work a lot with designers and architects as a triumvirate team to pull together at times quite complicated art schemes to help articulate a design narrative.”

    Minus one or two hilarious moments, the conversation with McCrae was fuelled largely by his undisputed passion to create an equal arena for all emerging talent within the creative industry. “I set the company up when I was 21,” he said. “Often, creativity is seen as a hobby and therefore it is not paid properly. It’s not uncommon for artists to work for exposure and not cash. I set this business up to show that the journey of an artist can be economically viable.”

    Listen to the full episode below:

    Main image credit: DESIGN POD/Hotel Designs

    Hamish Kilburn / 22.09.2021

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