Talking Design is a fortnightly podcast review of design in all its facets - from architecture to industrial design, from fashion to automotive design. It features interviews with prominent designers and expert analysis from RMIT University academics.
Talking Design is produced by experienced writer Stephen Crafti and sponsored by RMIT.
Stephen Crafti writes regularly on design for publications including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Australian Financial Review, as well Indesign and Habitus magazines. He has also written more than 30 books on architecture and design.
Listen to the Talking Design podcasts via iTunes or download them directly from the links below.
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