Design and the media: Artichoke on the radio

Artichoke editor Penny Craswell and architectural photographer Richard Glover joined host Deborah Cameron on ABC Sydney 702 radio on 26 October for a wide-ranging discussion on design, architecture and the media.

What’s happening in design and architecture and how is it portrayed in the media? Providing an insight into the job of a design editor, Penny Craswell discussed trends, influences and inspiration, while photographer Richard Glover shared some of his experiences photographing the best buildings in the world.

Listen to the discussion here on the ABC website.

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