Actor Steve Martin famously claimed the key to his success was to be “so good they can’t ignore you.”
While our increasing use of digital media is making it easier for us to express ourselves, it is also becoming easier to be forgotten, ignored and overlooked in a mass of information overload.
As the design world expands its global reach, competition becomes fierce. It becomes more challenging for professionals to be seen and heard.
A few important questions arise:
How does one stand out?
How do we become an authority in our industry?
How does one become “So good they can’t ignore you”?
19 greek street invites you to spend a couple of hours with a journalist who boasts a lengthy career as an executive editor at leading design publications such as Wallpaper*, and an interior designer and mentor whose work has been featured in nearly every noteworthy design publication around the globe.
Marc Peridis and Rachael Moloney invite you to a discussion that may change the way you approach design, and unlock the path to leaving a legacy of your own.
ABOUT RACHAEL MOLONEY
A writer and editor specialising in design and urban travel, Rachael is most well known for her role as Executive Editor of Wallpaper* magazine's City Guide series, where she managed a portfolio of 121 international titles for almost a decade. Previously, she edited design magazine Space for IKEA in New York, and was Associate Director at 19 greek street. She is currently Special Projects Assistant to Sir John Sorrell CBE, Co-Founder and Chairman of London Design Festival and Co-Founder and President of London Design Biennale.
ABOUT MARC PERIDIS
Marc Peridis is a teacher and mentor who specialises in deeper creativity, connection to purpose, and unlocking sustained prosperity. As an interior designer, his London design studio has overseen the completion of over 500 projects for clients such as Vivienne Westwood and Marc Jacobs, from Houston to Shangai, Dubai to Sao Paulo.In 2014, an experience in a temple in Bangkok awakened his journey to becoming a teacher and mentor. He has since taught workshops to the likes of Soho House, Ikea, Gensler and more, and has individually mentored interior designers around the world on the topics of creativity, purpose, and prosperity.