Homes and Interiors Scotland Podcast
Summary: Love design, interior style, architecture, art and everything in between? The Homes & Interiors Scotland podcast is essential listening. Whether you’re just setting up your first home, a well-established renovator, or in the industry, we’ll curate insightful guests who can offer insight into the world of homes and interiors in Scotland, and across the globe.
In this episode we take a look at four influential women that contributed to art and design; Pat Douthwaite, Peggy Angus, Lina Bo Bardi and Enid Marx. Join us for another dive into our design archives to learn more about their lives and work. To see the...
In this episode we take a look at some of the influential designers that lived and thrived during World War 2; Abram Games, Bernat Klein, Tibor Reich and Ettore Sottsass. Join us for a dive into our design archives to learn more about their lives and...
What is luxury? We invited internationally acclaimed interior designer Amanda Rosa along to discuss this, and more. Her portfolio of award-winning hotel interior projects, including One Devonshire Gardens, Malmaison and Dakota, helped form her...
In episode six we'll discuss the future of interiors trends as sustainability becomes more important with Henrietta Simpson and Annika Tulloch of Glasgow’s Designworks
Episode five features Wendy Murray of Bute Fabrics – we discuss this Scottish institution's past, present and future (this episode was supported by BoConcept Scotland)
Host Gil Welsh talks to Scottish painters Georgina McMaster and Lesley Banks about their work
In episode three we discuss colourful hand-built kitchens with Alison Williamson of Pitlochry-based Birkwood
Edinburgh-based architect Lorn Macneal reveals what you can expect from the home-building journey, citing his own recent experience being on the other side of the process as a client, and the innovative ways you can save money, but not scrimp on style on your own project
Homes & Interiors Scotland’s new podcast is for design lovers everywhere. In our first episode, meet editor Gil Welsh