Boston Design Week

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Boston Design Week

Wednesday, March 27

6pm - 8pm Top Places to Live with Boston Magazine - Cocktails and nibbles with a panel of home and real estate experts on the “hipification” of the suburbs, feature of the March issue of “Boston Magazine”. Galley West. Click here to RSVP.

Thursday, March 28

11am – System 7/Wolfers - “Lighting Technology”. Learn how lighting can create happier and more comfy spaces while accentuating your art and décor. Maybe win a Sonos speaker! Seminar Room. Click here to RSVP.

2pm – SOLD OUT - Jewett Farms & Co. “The Organized Kitchen” – Suite 626. A lively discussion with kitchen designers and a professional organizer will lead you on the path to an organized kitchen-bring in photos of your problem areas and they’ll help! Click here to RSVP

6pm - Autodesk Design Night at the BUILD Space. Over 250 design enthusiasts gather to explore, network and exchange ideas about the future of making. Eat! Drink! Make! Learn! Click here to RSVP.

Friday, March 29

4pm - Edgewater Gallery - Choosing Fine Art to Enhance Your Design Vision - Suite 206. Experts from the architecture firm DiMella Shafferhowshow you how the right work of art can transform a space that hums into a space that sings! Click here to RSVP.

6pm - 9pm – ASID NE - “Design Showdown” - Galley West. Return of the popular contest where students propose designs for the showroom of the future- prizes and a reception. Click here to RSVP.

Monday, April 1

4pm - 6pm - Scavolini, Suite 634. Building Your Happy Home: Can you handle the truth? with S+H Construction. When your design and building team warns you of the pitfalls, are you really listening? Presented by S+H Construction with panelists Sarah Lawson, President/Owner, S+H Construction; Kyle Sheffield, Principal, LDa Architecture & Interiors; Lisa Catapano, Life Coach & Strategist; and moderated by renowned blogger and author David Lupberger, President of Remodel Force. Click here to RSVP.

Tuesday, April 2

2pm – System 7/Wolfers - “Lighting Technology” - Seminar Room. Learn how lighting can create happier and more comfy spaces while accentuating your art and décor. Maybe win a Sonos speaker! Click here to RSVP.

Wednesday, April 3

11am - IFDA Panel - “How Design Thinking Will Grow Your Business and Thrill Your Customers” - Interactive workshop, facilitated by Refine +Focus –Seminar Room. A hands-on experience geared toward building sustainable long-term success. Reception to follow at sponsor showroom, Holly Hunt, Suite 401. Click here to RSVP.

1pm - DesignSkim Panel - “Beyond Social Media: How Designers can Harness the Internet for Growth, Creativity, and Increased Revenue”, with Esther Cullum, DesignSkim; Heather Gilette,; LuAnn Nigara, A Well Designed Business; and Peter Cullum moderator. –Seminar Room. The power of the internet extends way beyond social media- these women will show you how. Click here to RSVP.

3pm - Modern Luxury Interiors Boston Panel - “Women in Design” - Panelists include lighting designer Lindsey Adelman; Boston interior designers Paula Daher and Stephanie Rossi; celebrated designer and television personality, Taniya Nayak; and Annie Selke. –Seminar Room. Click here to RSVP.

3pm - 5:30pm - “Show Don’t Tell - New Ways to Use Immersive Experiences” at Neoscape in the Innovation & Design Building. Neoscape shares their clients latest spatial, design, and educational experiences. Visit their new Research and Development Lab along with other industry leaders for a panel discussion. Reception to follow. Click here to RSVP.

5pm – Erin Gates – “Elements of Family Style” – Galley West. Erin launches a new book in which she shares tips on cultivating a stylish and tasteful home amid the wonderful chaos of family life. Book signing to follow. Kyle Hoepner, Editor-In-Chief of New England Home will interview Erin. Click here to RSVP.

Thursday, April 4

11am - ICAA – Mining American Architecture: The Roots of a New Style with Tom Kligerman. From shingle style cottages to Anasazi ruins in the Southwest, American architecture informs the work of Ike Kligerman & Barkley houses. Presented by the NE chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art. Galley West Click here to RSVP.

1pm - 3pm – “Get Smoked” at Boston Hardwood and Kitchen with Chef Andy Husbands - Suite 543. What better way to introduce a new line of “Smoked Woods” flooring than with yummy barbecue and cocktails! Click here to RSVP.

3pm - Boston Design Week 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient: Roger Thomas, EVP of Design, Wynn Design & Development - Galley West. A focus on luxury design, with focus on the remarkable Wynn Cotai. Named 5 times to the Architectural Digest’s AD100, Mr. Thomas’ current project is the Encore Boston Harbor. Reception to follow. Click here to RSVP.

6pm - 8pm – Radical Design: Illuminating Cities through Public Art - Janet Echelman - Seminar Room. IES Boston and Rhode Island and DLF New England present the artist and her world-wide journey combining ancient craft with cutting-edge technology to create monumental but ultra-lightweight art that moves gently with the wind.