Take a look at our top 5 Architecture/Interior design-related podcasts. A top and more over a top 5 is in essence subjective and non-exhaustive so don’t hesitate to tell us which is the best design-related podcast according to you! 

Podcasts are always great resources, and specially on a niche subject like architecture, design or craftsmanship.

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  • The AD Aesthete podcast

Discover the AD Aesthete podcast, hosted by Mitchell Owens, Decorative Arts editor at AD. Listen to thrilling talks with design-world talents on passionating topics.

Episodes: The work of Elsie de Wolfe, Mario Buatta, trimmings and many more.

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Cultural historian Charlie Scheips, The AD Aesthete host Mitchell Owens, and interior designer Charlotte Moss recording the podcast's first episode. Photo: Gabrielle Pilotti Langdon
  • Clever

Clever is a podcast launched by Design Milk about design and more precisely about designers. Genuine conversations about their works and lives with Jaime Derringer, founder and executive director of Design Milk and Amy Devers to learn more about these people who are shaping the world through design.

Episodes: Furniture & interior designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance ,Designer & Queer Eye Star Bobby Berk, Google’s Head of Hardware Design, Ivy Ross, Streetwear Designer Bobby Hundreds, the artist Daniel Arsham.

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  • About Buildings + Cities

A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities. Episodes are about 90 minutes and tackle the past, the present and the future of Architecture.  What is interesting is that they sometimes call other art forms: cinema, literature among others.The podcast is hosted by Luke Jones (a partner at Mill & Jones, a british architecture and design practice)  and George Gingell.

Episodes: The life of Michelangelo, Italian Architecture Under Fascism, John Ruskin & the 19th century, Le corbusier or the architecture of Blade Runner.

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  • The Chaise Lounge podcast

Interviews of the top interior designers asking how they got into interior design, why they started their own firm, and what makes them so successful. The podcast is hosted by Nick May, a painting contractor with a business in Denver, Colorado, Walls by Design. Little anecdote: He always begs the question, “Beer, wine or a cocktail?” The chaise lounge is now a worldwide venture and always hosts famous names in its episodes.

Episodes: Neal Beckstedt, Erin Gates, and many more.

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  • The Craft Project

Linking interior design and craftsmanship: this podcast gives voice to artisans with know-how often overlooked by the general public and what drives them. These craftsmen are the one who work with interior designers, collectors or luxury brands. Between tradition and innovation, the podcast does not only address their technique but also their spirit, their intelligence, their creativity.

At the origin of this project, Raphaëlle de Panafieu, co-founder of the Galerie Mayaro.

Episodes: Manuela Paul-Cavallier, ennoeler specialized in the work of gold leaf; Gérard Desquand, heraldic engraver; our talentuous partners: Lison de Caunes, Straw marquetry artist; Victor Guedy, stonecutter and corporate secretary and Pierre-Yves Guenec, blacksmith and business developer at Ateliers Saint-Jacques and Charles Jouffre, upholsterer and founder of Atelier Jouffre.

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