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January 27 The Interior Design Show will be hosting its second annual Conversations in Design Symposium on January 27th 2011 presented by Relative Space and The City of Toronto. Ten international thinkers and designers will share their practical experiences with crowdsourcing, social media and open source as it relates to commercial design practice and humanitarian design practice. Speakers include John Winsor (Victors & Spoils, Boulder), Matthias Hollwich (HWKN, New York City), Heather Fleming (Catapult Design, San Francisco), Cameron Sinclair (Architecture for Humanity, San Francisco), Jason Bruges (Jason Bruges Studio, London), Douglas Coupland (Vancouver), Hunter Tura (Bruce Mau Design, Toronto), Roo Rogers (Redscout Ventures, New York City), Helen Walters (Monitor Innovation/Doblin, New York City), Dan Rockhill (Rockhill + Associates/Studio 804, Kansas) and Robert Fabricant (frog design inc., New York City).




 

 

conversations design square

January 27

The Interior Design Show will be hosting its second annual Conversations in Design Symposium on January 27th 2011 presented by Relative Space and The City of Toronto. Ten international thinkers and designers will share their practical experiences with crowdsourcing, social media and open source as it relates to commercial design practice and humanitarian design practice. Speakers include John Winsor (Victors & Spoils, Boulder), Matthias Hollwich (HWKN, New York City), Heather Fleming (Catapult Design, San Francisco), Cameron Sinclair (Architecture for Humanity, San Francisco), Jason Bruges (Jason Bruges Studio, London), Douglas Coupland (Vancouver), Hunter Tura (Bruce Mau Design, Toronto), Roo Rogers (Redscout Ventures, New York City), Helen Walters (Monitor Innovation/Doblin, New York City), Dan Rockhill (Rockhill + Associates/Studio 804, Kansas) and Robert Fabricant (frog design inc., New York City).

 

 

 
 
 

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