Design Events in the United States
The changing landscape of digital, physical, and data presents a new realm of customer experience and behavior that businesses now can design for. No longer focusing on Experience Design tied solely to UX design, Experience Design 2020 will push to explore the boundaries of what an experience really means and how to use design to impact the end result.
Designs for Different Futures explores the challenges and opportunities that humans may face in the years and centuries ahead.
'Modern Designs for Living,' a retrospective exhibition of the work of textile and interior designer Ruth Adler Schnee, still in active practice at age 96, affirms her pivotal role in the development of the modern interior.
The Architectural Digest Design Show offers consumers and design trade attendees the opportunity to discover and source products from hundreds of luxury residential and hospitality brands.
The WELL Conference is a rich, experiential event for those committed to improving the health and well-being of people through better buildings, communities and organizations.
Pratt Library presents Read Me Like a Book: 30 Years of Dobbin Books, a retrospective exhibit of acclaimed artist and Pratt Faculty member Robbi Ami Silverberg.
The 7th edition of the 12-day citywide festival aims to draw more attention to the importance of Boston as a hub for design innovation, showcasing the prevalence of design in our day-to-day lives and to expand the design community, ultimately making information more accessible.
Coverings is the largest global tile & stone exposition in North America, providing a stage for the most innovative products, tools, and machinery on the market.
Making Connections: Harvey Probber Furniture, 1945 - 1985, will shed new light on the many aspects of the multi-faceted man, who began his career at an age when most young men would still be in school, and, while designing and producing furniture, pursued a parallel profession as a cabaret singer.
New Old examines how innovation and design can reimagine how we live the later stages of our lives. Set against a backdrop of radical demographic change, the exhibition looks at how design can help people lead fuller, healthier and more rewarding lives into old age.
The 52nd edition of NeoCon will showcase game-changing products and services from both leading companies and emerging talent-providing unparalleled access to the latest and most innovative solutions.