Last week, I interviewed interior designer Nora Voon for Matt’s Art Chat — my weekly series of podcast conversations about the arts with creators, curators from all over the world. Here are five clips from our conversation. (To listen to the full podcast, scroll to the bottom of the page.)
A definition for the term “design.”
Why Nora believes that interior designers are like psychiatrists.
The importance for an interior designer to define and promote a distinctive, personal style.
How will the coronavirus pandemic influence trends in interior design?
The challenge of balancing business and art in interior design.
Check out the full podcast conversation with Nora Voon via one of the players below. To find out more about her work with Noda Designs, visit https://nodadesigns.com/.
Welcome to THE ART MOVEMENT, a radio show about the arts and culture, where all art forms and free thoughts are allowed. The show is hosted by globe-trotting art presenter Matt Micucci, featuring plenty of music, interview clips and thoughts on current events.
In this episode: William Shakespeare, information overload, design, the Fluxus Movement, Anthony Burgess, artists as non-essential workers and more.
In this episode of Matt’s Art Chat, I speak with interior designer Nora Voon, founder of Noda Designs. Nora is a Toronto-based internationally acclaimed i
In this episode of Matt’s Art Chat, I speak with interior designer Nora Voon, founder of Noda Designs. Nora is a Toronto-based, internationally acclaimed interior designer with a unique personality and a true passion for her work. During our conversation, we also speak about some of her pet themes and traits, as well as the way she likes to work and the need to keep up with current trends. To find out more about Nora and Noda Designs, visit https://nodadesigns.com/.
Matt’s Art Chat is a series of podcast conversations about the arts with creators, curators and art lovers from all over the world. The series is hosted by arts presenter Matt Micucci.