This week I’m speaking with Harry Parr co-founder of Bompas and Parr. Starting from an architectural diploma project at university, Harry has gone from making 3D printed Jelly Moulds to a large London based multi sensory design experience agency that has invented its own genre of design and architecture.
Harry’s story is fascinating, his background is in architecture and their company can be seen to resemble an architectural practice however their clients include luxury food and drink brands, museums, fragrances and more. Instead of buildings their creations include bespoke installations made from food, jelly, whiskey and a vast array of gustatory, olfactory and haptic delights.
This episode is filled with entrepreneurial gusto and offers some great possibilities for what is possible for architects wanting to break the (jelly) mould.
In this episode you will discover:
– Keys to a successful business partnership that many architects miss
– How to make your projects news worthy
– How to cultivate repeat business