Finally - it's here! Due to unfortunate timing our spring event had to be moved to this fall, but here we are!
Join the Indiana Chapter of IDSA (Industrial Design Society of America) at Delta Faucet Company for a tour of their i3 Design Studio and a glimpse into their design process. Space is limited, so sign up soon!
Despite the snow, ice, freezing temperatures, and did we mention SNOW - we had a great event in Indianapolis at the IMA in January. Be sure to check out the pictures below and if you couldn't make it, do add it to your list of things to see!
This month be sure to join us February 27th at Catalyst PDG for a tour of their facility and some good designer conversation.
There are a few other local happenings going on and we've listed them below for you as well. And while I have your attention get our your calenders and mark these dates! Purdue Design Daze - April 4th, Midwest District Design Conference - April 26, and Delta Faucet Company Open House - May 3rd
When the weather heats up, you know that June is upon us. In between all those trips to the lake and refilling those margaritas we have a few ways to keep up with your creative side this summer! Read on to see our next summer event as well as an awesome opportunity to make a name for yourself in the Indianapolis design community through a design competition sponsored by the Indiana Innovation Awards.
Thanks to all 83 attendees for coming out to be a part of a fantastic event! A HUGE thank you goes out to the GE Appliances team, especially Rebecca Alvord and Lou Lenzi for their hard work planning and organizing amazing presentations and tours.
New Year, BIG events... After surviving the Mayan apocalypse, your grandmother's fruitcake, and more snow than Indiana saw the entire winter of 2012 we are excited to welcome January with a fantastic event with our friends at GE. Get ready, this year is going to be big for our Circle City. Come April, Indianapolis will be hosting the IDSA Midwest Design Conference. Also new - want to be featured in next month's newsletter? This is a free opportunity for students and for a nominal fee, for professionals as well. For details on all this and more: read on!
We finished up July with a small but exciting architecture tour in Columbus, Indiana. We met at the visiter's center to watch a short film about the history of the area and then toured the Cleo Rogers Memorial Library designed in 1969 by I.M. Pei. After checking out Eliel Saarinen's First Christian Church right across the street we boarded a bus for a trip around town and got to stop and check out several other buildings.