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Modern Design Meets Craft at the American Craft Council Show

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Modern Design Meets Craft at the American Craft Council Show

Remodelista Team July 30, 2013

We’ve been enjoying the return of the artisan and craftsman to the design scene for a while now and noting its impact on the way we live. As part of the upcoming American Craft Council Show in San Francisco, Remodelista is pleased to be sponsoring “Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft,” a showcase where craft and design intersect. Nine local interior designers and architects (several of whom are members of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory) will each take a selected piece of craft from one of the artists featured in the show and incorporate it into an interior setting. Look forward to the works of: E. B. Min, AIA, and Jeffrey L. Day, AIA, of Min|Day; Lauren Geremia of Geremia Design; Nicole Hollis of Nicole Hollis Design; Nicole Socia of Socia Design; Mimi I. Chen, AIA of Three Legged Pig Design; Melina Raissnia of Peace Industry; Steven Miller of Steven Miller Design Studio (and founder of The NWBLK); and Lisa Bakamis of Lisa Bakamis Interior Design.

The show is at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco from August 2nd through 4th. Hours are Friday, August 2nd, 10am to 8pm; Saturday, August 3rd, 10am to 6pm; and Sunday, August 4th, 11am to 5pm. Tickets are $14 for a one-day pass and $20 for a three-day pass and can be purchased here along with discounted passes.

N.B. Admission is $5 after 5pm on Friday.

Above: A space created by Lauren Geremia of Geremia Design.

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