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Cooper-Hewitt: Fashion Life Now


New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn leads fashion designers Narciso Rodriguez, Ralph Rucci and Maria Cornejo in a panel discussion about the state of fashion today. These designers, all featured in Design Life Now: National Design Triennial 2006, speak about their work and the role of fashion in contemporary culture.
Fashion Life Now, fashion, Design Life Now, Exhibition, Triennial, 2006, panel, Narciso Rodriguez, Ralph Rucci, Maria Cornejo, fashion designer, Cathy Horyn, fashion critic, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: 2007 The Business of Design


Business leaders discuss how green design impacts their overall strategy and affects their bottom line. The panel is moderated by Sarah Murray of the Financial Times and panelists include James Ludwig of Steelcase, John Righini of General Electric, and Sven Shiers of Patagonia. This event took place during National Design Week, October 14-20, 2007.
Business of Design, 2007, green design, Bottom Line, panel, Sarah Murray, James Ludwig, John Righini, Sven Shiers, National Design Week, talk, long

Cooper-Hewitt: Multiple Choice - Marketing Design in the Twenty-first Century


Join modern design firms Maharam, Design Within Reach and Tricycle as they share their companies' approaches for marketing design. Held in conjunction with the exhibition Multiple Choice: From Sample to Product, this panel will explore current marketing trends such as consumer customization and online outreach.
Multiple Choice, Exhibition, sample, product, marketing, trends, 21st century, modern design, Maharam, Design Within Reach, Tricycle, customization, outreach, online, panel, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% Panel - Ron Rivera


Ron Rivera- Coordinator of Ceramic Water Filter and International Projects, Potters for Peace
Design for the Other 90%, Exhibition, panel, developing world, poverty, Ron Rivera, Potters for Peace, Ceramic Water Filter, potable water, solutions, talk, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% Panel - Paul Polak


Paul Polak, Founder, International Development Enterprises
Design for the Other 90%, Exhibition, panel, Paul Polak, International Development Enterprises, IDE, affordability, poverty, developing world, needs, talk, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% - Panel Discussion


This panel highlights the growing trend in design to create affordable and socially responsible objects for the vast majority of the world's population (90%) not traditionally serviced by designers. Contributors to the exhibition Design for the Other 90% discuss the design and use of affordable and socially responsible objects. Be among the first to see the exhibition which illustrates the power of design to improve quality of life everywhere.
Design for the Other 90%, Exhibition, panel, affordable, socially responsible, objects, underserved populations, quality of life, Martin Fisher, Paul Polak, Ron Rivera, Modesta Nyirenda-Zabula, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% Panel - Modesta Nyirenda-Zabula


Modesta Nyirenda-Zabula, Project Manager, Godisa Technologies Trust
Design for the Other 90%, Exhibition, panel, Modesta Nyirenda-Zabula, Godisa Technologies Trust, non-profit, Botswana, developing countries, hearing impaired, hearing impairment, deaf, hearing aids, access, affordable, technology, appropriate technologies, solar, training, employment, talk, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design for the Other 90% Panel - Martin Fisher


Martin Fisher, co-founder/CEO, KickStart
Design for the Other 90%, Exhibition, panel, Martin Fisher, KickStart, poverty, developing world, technologies, money, entrepreneurial, entrepreneur, Business, business model, tools, low-cost, profitable, MoneyMaker, talk, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Design = The Bottom Line


Bruce Nussbaum, Assistant Managing Editor of BusinessWeek leads business luminaries including Tim Brown, Chief Executive Officer of IDEO, Claudia Kotchka, Vice President, Design Innovation and Strategy, Procter & Gamble, and Gael Towey, Chief Creative Officer of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as they discuss the importance of design to business.
Business, Bottom Line, Bruce Nussbaum, Business Week, Tim Brown, IDEO, Claudia Kotchka, Procter & Gamble, Gael Towey, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, panel, talk, long, public program

Cooper-Hewitt: Contemporary Architecture and the Legacy of Piranesi


Some of the most significant architects of our era have cited designer and architect Giovanni Battista Piranesi's influence on their work. Learn how architects Peter Eisenman, Founder and Principal, Eisenman Architects; Michael Graves, Founder and Principal, Michael Graves & Associates; and Robert Venturi, Principal of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates are inspired by Piranesi's eclectic and imaginative approach to his designs. Stan Allen, Principle of Stan Allen Architect and Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University, moderates the discussion.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Piranesi, Piranesi as Designer, Exhibition, influence, legacy, Architecture, 18th century, Italian, contemporary, Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Robert Venturi, Stan Allen, architect, panel, talk, long, public program

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