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Design Matters: fashion designer Molly Goddard on working to your strengths and not being some girly thing.
Design Matters: we talk print, history and risk taking with the New York Times Magazine design director, Gail Bichler.
Design Matters: architect David Adjaye on the destructive processes involved in building, and why he thinks mud is a good thing.
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Our world is a noisy one – how can we navigate it? Discover more about our soundscape.
Bang & Olufsen's Sound Matters podcast presents a special showcase at Denmark's Heartland Festival.
Podcaster and photographer Jeff Emtman talks truth, avoiding over-narration, and plunging into the unknown.
From children’s choirs to sound art and impromptu public recitals, the vocalist who sings songs for buildings tells us about her music.
The Sound designer on being the ears of the director, creating stories in sound, and staying musical in everything.
Rob Young on how music echoes nature in the epoch of the Anthropocene.
The team behind the CPH:DOX film festival on paradigm shifts in culture, how sound is changing the whole game, and celebrating reality.
Listen to a Borealis festival mix, featuring a selection of work by artists involved in the 2018 edition in Bergen, Norway.
Bang & Olufsen's podcast goes on stage in the Big Smoke. Featuring director Peter Strickland, sound designer Eloise Whitman, and Sound Matters' Tim Hinman.
How does Atlanta keep reinventing its cultural landscape? Abra, Father and the Awful Records collective are one answer.
Sound artist and podcast producer Tim Hinman talks soundscapes and cities, and the new, third series of Bang & Olufsen's Sound Matters podcast.