Mar 18, 2022
Daniel Heath is a British award-winning independent wallpaper, textile, and surface designer renowned for his illustrative and engaging designs.
Based in the heart of East London, he has long upheld principles of craftsmanship and sustainable design through up-cycling and re-appropriation of authentic heritage materials.
Daniel makes bespoke, hand-printed wallpapers and crafted interior surfaces for individuals and corporate clients that combine drawings and production skills with traditional crafts and modern technologies.
In this episode, we discover
The importance of narrative and storytelling.
The opportunities and challenges of working with salvaged materials.
The perfect circle of inspiration, materials, translation, and outcome.
And why you shouldn’t ask Dan to draw unicorns and rainbows.
How to be a kick-ass Interior Designer.
Come and join us on the Interior Design BA(Hons) course at the University of Plymouth.
Dave Clarke from @iamthehow (http://www.iamthehow.com) for production support and invaluable advice in the setting up of this Podcast.
Kay Hanson (https://www.instagram.com/kay_v_hanson/) for her planning support and co-hosting for these and our educational podcasts for the University of Plymouth
Mark Frith (https://www.instagram.com/fritzthekat/) for composing the music and all your support and advice along the way.
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Thanks for listening. Bye for now.