Single Serves is a podcast where we interview experts on single issues of interest to architects and designers. The thought-provoking ideas shared here are intended to inspire listeners to become well-rounded entrepreneurs who are the leaders of their field.

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About the Presenter

An architect by training, Arnaud Marthouret is a culture, communications and media pioneer for the architecture and design industry. He was born in Grenoble, France, where he lived until his early twenties. Growing up surrounded by grandiose mountains in the Northern French Alps, he developed an idiosyncratic love for nature, which nurtured his early creative and adventurous spirit. These are character traits that he still cherishes and nurture to this day, as they allow him to see things from a different perspective. He has an unending love affair for two-wheelers, particularly motorbikes. The overwhelming feeling of freedom that one experiences riding, provides an ideal form of focused escape from this over-connected life.


Ep. 318 – Bain + Lane on the Metaverse and web3

Do you ever wonder what the hell the metaverse and web3 are? If so, you're not alone. We partnered with Canadian Interiors' Bevel podcast to produce this interview with Tessa Bain and Andrew Lane, co-founders of Digby, a consultancy that…

Ep. 317 – Melia on Good Design

Architects are known to have a fondness for industrial design and specifically for items that are streamlined, honest and useful. James Melia, founder of Blond, is in my opinion one of the 21st century heirs to the best modernist designers.…

Ep. 316 – Ling on Supportive Modular Housing

This episode touches on two topics that have been of particular interest to me in recent times: modular housing and accelerated construction schedules.Daniel Ling of Montgomery Sisam Architects is my guest in this episode where we…

Ep. 315 – McKinley on the Black Chamber

This week, we’re taking a break from talking about housing affordability and the missing middle. My guest is Walker McKinley, founder of McKinley Studios and we’re talking about his integrated practice model called the “Black Chamber” which…