West Coast Modern: The Minds Behind the Architecture, Interiors, and Design
Seasoned design writer Zahid Sardar joins architects Andrew Dunbar, Zoee Astrakhan, and David Darling in a discussion on modern architecture's trajectory in the West. Read up on Darling's design for a coastal house clad in Cor-ten steel here and see Dunbar and Astrakan's San Francisco live-work renovation here. The panel takes place Saturday, June 22, at 12:30 p.m. on the Design Innovation Stage. Sardar will also be signing copies of his new book West Coast Modern.
LEED Platinum on a Budget: Tactics from 100K House
A slick, new, modern house for $100,000? It can be done, as architect Chad Ludeman proved. See a slideshow of his Philadelphia house here. He and Brad Philips, principal of ISA, lead a presentation on building green on a budget Saturday, June 22, at 2:00 p.m. in Meeting Room 510. The course costs $25 and is worth .1 CEU credits from the USGBC.
As You Light It: How Bright Ideas Become Tangible Designs
The cover of our June 2012 Interior Design issue features the kitchen of a Barbara Hill–designed house in Atlanta. Brooklyn-based furniture and lighting designers Rich Brilliant Willing created the striking pendant lights hanging over the marble table. On Saturday, June 22, at 2:00 p.m. the trio takes to the Demo Stage to chat about developing pieces from prototype to product.
Designing Green With Bryan Cranston
In our July/August 2013 issue, we ventured to Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston's California beach house. On Sunday, June 23, at 3:00 p.m. catch Cranston, builder Bryan Henson and project designer John Tuturro on the Sustainable Design stage with Editor-in-Chief Amanda Dameron as they chat about transforming the 1940s "love-shack" into a hallmark of green design. Read more about Cranston's eco-friendly renovation here.