Design Events in the United States
Opening on March 15 at Hudson Yards, the exhibition will encourage visitors to lose themselves in a labyrinth of massive, inhabitable columns, some of which are large enough to occupy and many of which offer unique audible, visual, and tactile experiences.
The IIDA NY will host Deepti Sharma on April 30 as part of the organization's 'Agents of Change: Pioneering Design 2019' series. A lifelong entrepreneur, Sharma is the CEO and Founder of FoodtoEat, a community-minded catering concierge service.
Women Talk: Conferences will feature a panel of brilliant women sharing their experiences and advice for speaking at tech and design conferences.
Consisting of both documentation and original architectural explorations, Swissness Applied is part of a larger research project that focuses on the transformation of European immigrant towns in the United States, all of whom share the common aspiration of preserving and perpetuating the architecture of their cultural heritage.
Uenoland will take place in Brooklyn between May 2nd and 4th, 2019. The two and a half days event will feature an eclectic group of speakers, performers and attendees.
Brooklyn Designs is the borough's premier design event showcasing the highest quality furnishings, lighting and home accessories from Brooklyn-based designers, artisans, manufacturers and design service providers.
Presented by IIDA and AIA Chicago, this series of three panel discussions addresses commercial interior architecture and design. Both architects and commercial interior designers will learn from the provocative discussions about projects, firm leadership, and design strategy.
Taking place May 19-22, 2019 at the Javits Center in NYC, over 900 exhibitors from across the globe will present to more than 38,000 industry professionals looking to be inspired and find what's best and what's next in luxury interior design.
The 2019 Ventura New York: The Dutch Edition will present 17 designers, studios and brands with a specific focus on Dutch contemporary design.
The 2019 SEGD Conference will bring three inspirational days of experiential graphic design programming to the local and international community in the 'Lone Star State.'
Now in its thirteenth year, the Atlanta Design Festival provides a valuable world-class showcase for leading international designers, brands and companies.
The Value of Good Design explores the democratizing potential of design, beginning with MoMA's Good Design initiatives from the late 1930s through the 1950s, which championed well-designed, affordable contemporary products.
LA Design Festival returns for a ninth year, bringing a host of designers, architects, and makers together from LA and beyond to celebrate the city's rich design culture.
The Bauhaus and Harvard, on view at the Harvard Art Museums through July 28, marks the centennial of Bauhaus. The exhibition presents nearly 200 works by more than 70 artists, drawn almost entirely from the Busch-Reisinger Museum's extensive Bauhaus collection.
The 2019 SIGGRAPH will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, July 28-August 1. From the latest visual effects and animation technology to VR and game design, SIGGRAPH offers courses, talks, and panels that make for a crash course in the latest research and techniques.
Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die explores the punk and post-punk movements through the lens of graphic design. The exhibition features more than four hundred of punk's most memorable graphics, including flyers, posters, album covers, promotions, zines, and other ephemera.
Influencers: The Pritzker Architecture Prize presents works spanning decades of architectural innovation and creativity, offering visitors the compelling opportunity to trace changing architecture trends over the past half-century.
Repair and Design Futures investigates mending as material intervention, metaphor, and as a call to action.
Ettore Sottsass and the Social Factory surveys the work of Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, focusing on his monumental furniture, conceptual photography, and speculative drawings.
Seattle Style: Fashion/Function exhibition highlights how elegance and practicality co-existed and converged in Seattle wardrobes, providing new insights into local clothing, ranging from couture to grunge aesthetics to street fashion.