• Atlanta Design Festival
    Atlanta Design Festival is the new name for Design is Human Atlanta, organised by MA! Design is Human. Following the year-on-year success over the past decade, Atlanta Design Festival 2017 will continue to play host to Atlanta’s yearly Design Economy Expo and renowned MA! Architecture Tours, which have been an integral part of the festival since its inception in 2007. There will also be numerous showroom presentations, talks and installations. Activities will run over 9 days with unique events spanning the whole of the city, alongside satellite architecture tours taking place in Asheville, North Carolina (June 3, 2017) and Athens, GA (June 4, 2017).
  • London Design Festival
    First staged in 2003, the London Design Festival is one of the world's most important annual design events. The Festival program is made up of over 300 events and exhibitions staged by hundreds of partner organizations across the design spectrum and from around the world.
  • Downtown Film Festival L.A. - Architecture & Design Series
    F R A M E Y O U R S E L F The 8th Annual Downtown Film Festival L.A. Architecture and Design Series The series is about buildings, objects, artists and aesthetes and the emotional connections that tell their stories. It is also about the processes that create our real and imaginary worlds. It showcases Architecture through the creative process of the built and adapted natural environment, individual structures and their history, the form and it’s relation to and presence in cinema as a character and as a setting for other artistic expression. Design is explored through our relationships with beautiful and functional objects, the practical arts and skills within cinema and television production, progressive representations of visual art and finally graphic design in kinetic and static forms on screen and off. The festival will be held at Regal L.A. LIVE Stadium 14, A BARCO Innovation Center from September 21-28, 2016. The programming and related events at satellite venues are a mix of nostalgia, what’s new and what’s next, putting good use to DTLA and The Arts District as an experiential context. dtlaff.com /DowntownFilmFestival @dtlaff
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  • Archtober
    Archtober, Architecture and Design Month, is New York City's month-long festival of architecture and design. For more information, visit us at archtober.org @archtober
  • Jamie Waugh
    After starting in design journalism at House & Garden and CNN, Jamie runs the International Design Awards festival, which rewards visionary international design. One University of Southern California MFA later, she maintains a steady fiction and dramatic writing habit.
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  • Dwell on Design
    Dwell on Design – April 5 - 7, 2018 – Los Angeles A festival of design featuring hundreds of brands, unmatched onstage conversations led by Dwell editors and unlimited industry influencers, full-scale prefab homes, Dwell Outdoor, Ride 'n Drive, Modern Family Pavilion, Consultations, and more.
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  • SarasotaMOD Weekend
    (Sarasota, FL) Sarasota Architectural Foundation (SAF) presents the fifth annual midcentury modern architecture festival November 9–11, 2018, celebrating Architect Paul Rudolph's Centennial. The three-day weekend will feature Rudolph-themed presentations by architects and historians, a film screening, trolley, house and walking tours, a photography exhibition of Rudolph's buildings, and an opening night party in one of his most celebrated buildings, the Umbrella House in Lido Shores. www.SarasotaMOD.com
  • Marc Henrich
    Marc Henrich is a San Francisco photographer and filmmaker. He uses photography as a tool for simultaneously creating a dialogue around, and a meditation upon, urban and natural landscapes. His films have been shown at festivals around the world. He has recently launched www.ecodana.com, an internet platform connecting people to sustainable projects in Southeast Asia. To see more of Marc's photography, visit Marc Henrich Projects
  • Topsy Design
    Jared Frank specializes in juxtaposing styles to create one-of-a-kind environments that express his clients’ unique personalities. He began his career designing sets for film and fashion and thinks of his interiors as stages where colorful real-life narratives can play out. He also directs films; his latest short premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. His dance videos accompanied a show that opened at The Joyce in New York and then traveled internationally.
  • Serkan Taycan
    Born 1978 in Gaziantep, Turkey, Serkan Taycan studied engineering at Yıldız Technical University in Istanbul. After graduating, in 2004, he went on to complete a master-class on documentary photography in Nordens Fotoskola, Sweden. His work “Homeland” exhibitied severel places includung Thessaloniki Photo Biennale, Vendome Photography Festival, SCOOP Festival, Niort International photography meeting and awarded as one the Top 50 portfolios in Critical Mass 2009
  • GBM
    GiftsbyMeeta.com is an online gifting portal with updated gift collection according occasions and celebration. Diverse range has been brought keeping in mind the interest and preferences of different age groups. The gifting site has ships PAN India for all the festivals and celebration.For more information visit on https://www.giftsbymeeta.com/
  • Jaime Hayón
    Spanish designer Jaime Hayón (born 1974) is a master of materials. Born in Madrid, he grew up with skateboard culture and graffiti art and studied industrial design before joining, in 1997, the Benetton-funded design and communication academy Fabrica, which he later led as design director. Since then, he has created copper and ceramic vases for Gaia and Gino; crystal-laden pendants for Swarovski; an upholstery, aluminum, metal, and wood chair for Established and Sons; and even shoes and interiors for Camper. In 2009, he took on London’s Trafalgar Square to create a giant chessboard with enormous ceramic pieces for the annual design festival. The sky is clearly his limits.
  • Sharon Davis Design
    Founded in 2007, Sharon Davis Design exists to design buildings that alter the future of communities and the people within them. Sharon Davis Design works collaboratively with nonprofit, public, and private clients, designing projects as diverse as townhouse interiors in New York City, to community centers in Rwanda. The firm was named one of Metropolis magazine’s 2013 “Game Changers” for its Women’s Opportunity Center in Rwanda, and the project earned the 2011 World Architecture Festival Award “Best Future Educational Project.” Sharon Davis Design embraces the professional ideal of positively changing the way people live, both globally and locally, through multidisciplinary rigor and with compassion for the earth and humankind.
  • Studio Gang Architects
    Studio Gang is a leading architecture practice whose design work addresses buildings, landscapes and cities. Founded by Jeanne Gang in 1997, the office has grown to include 35 full-time staff collaborating on national and international projects. The studio acts as a lab for testing ideas on every scale, from cities to material properties. This sensibility is demonstrated by projects such as the Marble Curtain and SOS Community Center, which visibly engage with the distinct natures of marble and concrete, respectively, and the Aqua Tower in Chicago, which reconsiders the tall building as a site-specific structure. With a process that begins with research and exploration, the studio has produced a growing body of work that responds to its specific place and purpose. Studio Gang has received national and international recognition for its innovative and sustainable designs, and was most recently honored with an award of High Commendation for the SOS Community Center at the World Architecture Festival in Barcelona.
  • Ookieookie
    Ookieookie was started by Ryan Schmidt a Saskatoon based artist and designer. Ryan started by borrowing his friend's button maker and making buttons for his children Milo and Aidan to wear. People liked them and so he decided to start up Ookieookie as a place for everyone young and old to get enjoyable and simply designed products. Ryan has been painting since high school and drawing all his life and thought that his portraits would make a great addition to the Ookieookie line-up. You may recognize Ryan's work from the Saskatoon Fringe Festival where he has set up a portrait booth for the past nine years with the exception of 2004 as his son Milo was born at the same time as the festival. You may have also seen Ryan at various dog shows, agility or flyball tournaments around western Canada.
  • Céline Clanet
    Born 1977 in Chambéry, France Lives and works in Paris, France Graduate from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles with Jury Honors in 1999 Since 2001 Works as a freelance photographer and graphic designer 1998-2007 In charge of the evening slide-shows creation for the VOIES OFF Festival during the Rencontres d'Arles (editing, cutting, soundtrack) 1999-2000 Teacher in computer imaging and digital photography for English and French speaking students at SPEOS, Paris Photographic Institute
  • Charles Constantine
    Charles Constantine was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to completing his Master's degree in Industrial Design at Pratt Institute in 2008, he received a bachelor's degree in sculpture and had worked with John Gutierrez Studios, sculptor Charles Parks, and LARAN bronze. Charles' original works have been featured by several publications and venues such as Brooklyn Designs, the London Design Festival, ModelCitizens NYC, and Ctrl+Alt+Design Seattle.