ONEder Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

49 episodes of ONEder Podcast since the first episode, which aired on April 26th, 2020.

  • Not Your Typical Wedding Photographer

    November 6th, 2020  |  35 mins 4 secs
    cristal veronica photography, one workplace, oneder, workplace 2030

    Community can be defined as a feeling of fellowship with others, the result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. Creating heart felt wedding and lifestyle photography for people of color and the LGBTG+ community is what Cristal Veronica does with her art. Listen in to learn more about why the connection between photographer and subject is so critical, and how that connection creates greater community.

  • Smartworking into Our Future

    October 7th, 2020  |  31 mins 39 secs

    Want to know the upside of the impact of Covid19 on the workplace? Join Gerry Taylor and Nathan Hurley from Orangebox for a truly upbeat conversation about their Smartworking research, the gift of time to think and their intention to bring people back into the workplace with vitality, with new energy and positivity.

  • Senior Living Made Human By Design

    September 21st, 2020  |  30 mins 58 secs
    one workplace, oneder, oneder podcast, perkins eastman

    Nearly 80 million people will need senior housing in the next 20 years and design models are evolving to impact whole person wellness. In our conversation with senior housing design leader, Leslie Moldow, architectural principle with Perkins Eastman, she shares her experience, her energy and her commitment to developing architecture for senior living that creates a strong sense of community, wellbeing, and a strong social impact.

  • A Doctor’s Prescription for Workplace 2030

    September 8th, 2020  |  28 mins 55 secs
    brandon cook, ccb, covid 19, maureen miller, one workplace, oneder, workplace 2030, workplace of the future

    What behaviors, technologies and environments might keep us safe and connected in the workplace today, tomorrow and into the future? Learn some practical tips in our conversation with Brandon Cook, founder of the Workplace 2030 initiative and Dr. Maureen Miller, consulting epidemiologist/medical anthropologist from Columbia University. This will make captivate you.

  • Design for Belonging

    August 5th, 2020  |  34 mins 55 secs
    one workplace, oneder, podcast

    Leader + Designer Susie Wise shares her ideas about design for belonging, a powerful way to think about the human connections and feelings we want to create within our groups and our communities. Listen to a story of exploration and tool crafting, of a journey leading to awareness and lifelong commitment, and of the recognition that belonging is a way to define the powerful, creative and nurturing connections we hope for in our learning environments and many other structures within our society.

  • There Is Another Way to Do This

    July 14th, 2020  |  26 mins 41 secs
    one workplace, oneder, podcast

    What would a world without prisons look like? Can we build the infrastructure to end mass incarceration by addressing it at its root causes and using the tools of architecture and real estate? Deanna Van Buren shares with us the mission, vision and work of Designing Justice Designing Spaces to create peacemaking environments.

  • Brightspots in Higher Education

    July 8th, 2020  |  34 mins 55 secs

    Colleges and universities face unprecedented social, demographic, and technological shifts. Change is constant: how students learn and access services, how faculty teach and conduct research, how staff work. Lower engagement and satisfaction scores are also present in education today. Listen to Elliot Felix share how brightspot strategy helps institutions meet these challenges with innovative tools, a proven process, and a talented team.

  • Design Brands’ Child: Meet West Elm Work

    June 24th, 2020  |  24 mins 30 secs

    When Williams-Sonoma saw the potential in crossing from living spaces into work spaces, they partnered their West Elm modern home furnishings with Steelcase to create the fastest growing new brand, West Elm Work. Learn about the design, new business strategy, and growth curve with Paulo Kos, West Elm Work VP Design, and Cheryl Carpenter, West Elm Work VP Business.

  • A World of Design: Meet Bolia

    June 24th, 2020  |  15 mins 29 secs

    Born in Denmark, online B2C lifestyle business Bolia, celebrates New Scandinavian design interpreted by international designers. Two decades into global sales, Bolia introduces a multisensory retail experience complete with exclusive chocolate, playlists, and coffee, and introduces ‘resimercial’ offerings with a global Steelcase partnership.

  • Democratic Design: Meet Blu Dot

    June 24th, 2020  |  23 mins 57 secs

    When Blu Dot founders wanted to buy well designed affordable furniture as recent architecture grads in the ‘90’s, none was available. John Christakos and Maurice Blanks tell us the story of helping to found a design/manufacturing company to build their own, and offer it to the market. 20 years later, these Cooper-Hewitt Design Award winners have thousands of items in their catalog, and stores around the country.

  • The Unexpected Welcome: Meet Moooi

    June 24th, 2020  |  28 mins 2 secs

    Original, unexpected, eclectic, rebellious, sophisticated, and always on the edge of commercial reality and cultural interest, Robin Bevers and Martien Valentijn take us behind the curtain into the extraordinary life of Dutch lifestyle brand, Moooi.

  • Light is More: Meet FLOS

    June 24th, 2020  |  20 mins 21 secs

    The universal allure of light and the history and technology of Italian lighting design as explained by Jack Scheur, CEO FLOS North America. This 20-minute crash course interview reviews current design and technology enabling such marriages as that of hand blown glass and LED lighting to create high design light sources. Famous designers from the Castiglioni brothers in the 1960’s through Phillipe Starck, Jasper Morrison and Konstantin Grcic today, illuminate the human experience.

  • Optical Optimism: Color and Love

    May 29th, 2020  |  28 mins 58 secs

    Hewlett Packard, Toyota, Herman Miller and many other companies call Laura Guido-Clark when they need an expert consultant on color, materials and finishes for their products. Laura takes us on her design journey,

  • Clear Blue Sky: Communication is the Key

    April 26th, 2020  |  24 mins 5 secs

    Andrew Blotky believes the strong cultures at the core of all great, high-performing organizations, are built by confident, inclusive leadership and open, clear, authentic communications. Andrew’s book “Honestly Speaking” is the foundation of our...

  • Welcome to the Great Indoors

    April 26th, 2020  |  24 mins 56 secs

    As humans, we use more air than just about anything else in our daily lives. Collin Cavote, Biome founder, talks with us about how plants in the workplace are beautiful and calming to our senses, and how they introduce beneficial bacteria into the plac...

  • The Magic and Art of Scent Making

    April 26th, 2020  |  26 mins 48 secs

    While multisensory design includes all five senses, the most overlooked may be the most powerful. Learn the intriguing history, science, and art of scent as told by Dannielle Sergent, architect, artist, and scent making founder of Cognoscenti.