This is Convo By Design, a podcast for the amazing creatives that make up the design and architecture industry. Following is another installment of The Showroom, a programming partnership with Walker Zanger where we speak with incredible creatives doing amazing work. This week, it’s a chat with Molly Fitzpatrick from Ditto House.
Textile designer Molly Fitzpatrick has created a business around doing good, and doing well. She says, I think in repeat and see pattern as a great equalizer.” What does that mean? You are going to find out in the following conversation. Molly speaks to everything that is right in the world of creatives and design. Seeking out the disadvantaged, finding new roads to travel and when one finds an opportunity, jump in with both feet and no parachute. That’s Molly. Eyes wide open and a heart to match. Creativity on full display and a passion for making things better through her work which in turn, makes things better for those who enjoy her work as well. We cover a lot of ground here. I hope you enjoy it.
The Showroom is a partnership with Walker Zanger. We teamed up to do this program to feature creatives doing great work in tandem with their trade partners. This is a hot topic because partnership and collaboration has never been more important than it is right now. You’ve notice, no doubt that things are going faster. Time is at a premium, and 2 minds are always better than one. One of the many reasons why I value my partnership with Walker Zanger.
This is Convo By Design, a podcast for the design community available everywhere you find your favorite podcasts, like Design Network dot org and Apple Podcasts so make sure to subscribe to the show so you don’t miss a single episode. And you are not going to want to miss a single episode, trust me. While we throttle things down for the holidays, I am preparing a slate of shows for you in 2022 that you are going to absolutely love. A tease, Convo Bay Design is working on our first ever design house and it is a project the likes of which you have not seen before. Because this project takes many of the elements we have experienced over the past 18 months and uses a real project home in a very remote location in collaboration with some of the most talented designers working today. This project house is being presented in a way that doesn’t require you to see it in person to understand all the finer details in the work. It is remote, not virtual meaning the house is real as is all of the incredible work you see so stay connected and subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss a minute.
Thank you, Molly. I really enjoyed our time together. Thank you Walker Zanger for presenting Convo By Design. Thank you ThermaSol for your partnership. You are both remarkable partners and amazing allies for the trade. And, thank you for listening. Thanks again for listening, remember why you do what you do and that the business of design is about making better the lives of those we serve. Until next week, be well and take today first.