On 9th May, the day after her keynote speech at re:publica, Nelly Ben Hayoun was interviewed by Philip Banse for dctpTV, a German based online TV development, the long-time partner of the event.

Nelly talked to Philip about NBH Studios including Space Viking, ISO and University of the Underground as well as the hammering technique and all the chaos surrounding designing experiences.

You can watch the whole interview below:

Philip Banse is a journalist and podcaster from Berlin. He works mainly for Germany radio, dctp.tv, the Heise Verlag and is founder of the podcast network Kuechenstud.io, among others with the Podcasts Küchenradio and Medienradio. 

Dctp is the abbreviation for Development Company for Television Program mbH and is a platform established in 1987 for independent providers in German private TV channels. In May 2009, dctp launched the web TV format dctp.tv.  In 2010, dctp.tv was awarded the Golden LeadAward in the category Web TV. 

Visit dctp.tv website here