Join New England Home at Boston Design Week
March 27, 2018
Boston Design Week kicks off a 12-day, city-wide festival, seeking to increase public awareness and appreciation of all aspects of design. The 2018 event, now in its fifth year, features over 80 programs in a wide-range of design industries featuring product design, architecture, urban planning, interior design, and more.
New England Home is proud to be involved with several events during Boston Design Week 2018. Come join us!
Meet the Editors
The Inside Scoop on Getting Published
Thursday, April 5 | 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. |Landry & Arcari, Boston
Join Landry & Arcari in their Boston showroom for a unique panel discussion moderated by award winning designer Mark Brunetz. Learn the ins and outs of getting published from the editors of the New Englands’s leading interior design publications, including New England Home‘s Kyle Hoepner.
Panelists: Mark Brunetz, Nancy E. Berry, Jaci Conry, Kyle Hoepner, Gail Ravgiala, Andrea Timpano
Opening the door to discovery: Cultivating creativity in B/A/D companies
Tuesday, April 10 | 5:30 – 8:00 p.m | North Bennet Street School, Boston
How can you harness the power of inspiration and discovery to drive your work every day, from fresh ideas for a particular project to strategic planning for your firm? Some of the region’s top professionals discuss how they keep the juices of ingenuity flowing. Imagination and inventiveness, although easy to lose in the day-to-day grind, are the wellspring for success in residential design, custom building, or any other creative field. This talk is part of an ongoing series of B/A/D Talks targeted to builders, architects, and designers (B/A/D).
Moderator: New England Home’s editor-in-chief Kyle Hoepner. Panelists: Lauren Kim, Design Lead, IDEO Cambridge, Paul Lukez, Principal of Paul Lukez Architecture, David Winston, Co-owner of Winston Flowers, Sean Clarke, President of Clarke/Sub Zero Wolf of New England
Contemporary Explorations with Hellman-Chang, Bright Group, and New England Home
Wednesday, April 11 | 11:00 – 12:00 p.m. | Boston Design Center, Suite 548
What does contemporary mean today? Join in as noted furniture designer Eric Chang of Brooklyn’s Hellman-Chang talks with Kyle Hoepner about what counts as “contemporary” in today’s design world. Chang is the Creative Director and Co-Founder of Brooklyn-based furniture line Hellman-Chang alongside his business partner, Daniel Hellman. Defined by their extreme attention to detail, the self-taught duo is celebrating a decade of designing and hand-fabricating their highly customizable case goods.