Design Principals Podcast With Bethan Ryder

Ep.2 Design Principals with Bethan Ryder, featuring designer Lara Bohinc

March 23, 2020 Design Principals Podcast With Bethan Ryder Season 1 Episode 2
Design Principals Podcast With Bethan Ryder
Ep.2 Design Principals with Bethan Ryder, featuring designer Lara Bohinc
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Design Principals Podcast With Bethan Ryder
Ep.2 Design Principals with Bethan Ryder, featuring designer Lara Bohinc
Mar 23, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Design Principals Podcast With Bethan Ryder

Tune in for Episode 2, an interview with the London-based Slovenian designer Lara Bohinc. We discuss her creative career from her sculptural jewellery designs of the 1990s to how she segued into product and furniture design – with her pieces often referred to as 'jewellery for the home'. Bohinc discusses what she loves about working in materials such as Murano glass, metal, marble and Urushi lacquer and how she often starts the design process with paper constructions. We also talk about her native country of Slovenia and what it was like to experience the Ten-Day War of independence while at school, and also how inspiring she finds the WWII spomenik monuments dotted around former Yugoslavia. It’s the second in my series of interviews with women in design and architecture. Thanks to josampson.com (for my logo) and worgieproductions.com.

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Tune in for Episode 2, an interview with the London-based Slovenian designer Lara Bohinc. We discuss her creative career from her sculptural jewellery designs of the 1990s to how she segued into product and furniture design – with her pieces often referred to as 'jewellery for the home'. Bohinc discusses what she loves about working in materials such as Murano glass, metal, marble and Urushi lacquer and how she often starts the design process with paper constructions. We also talk about her native country of Slovenia and what it was like to experience the Ten-Day War of independence while at school, and also how inspiring she finds the WWII spomenik monuments dotted around former Yugoslavia. It’s the second in my series of interviews with women in design and architecture. Thanks to josampson.com (for my logo) and worgieproductions.com.