Haute Design: Upcoming Art & Design Events

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Haute Design: Upcoming Art & Design Events

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Portland Design Festival – Oregon, 10/3/13 – 10/13/13

“This October marks the fourth annual Portland Design Festival. This 10 day, city-wide festival brings expression to a full complement of design disciplines, from graphic design and film to architecture and urban planning. Formerly the Portland Architecture + Design Festival, PDF reflects the collaborative nature of the city’s contemporary design culture.

The Festival presents the opportunity to participate in an extended conversation about design in the Rose City while discovering the buildings, landscapes, neighborhoods, and urban spaces that make Portland special. Tickets are on sale for many events already.”

Supertall Towers & Green Cities: An Evening with Architect Adrian Smith – Illinois – 10/2/13

“Can our fascination will tall structures be compatible with environmentally responsible urban centers? Join the discussion with the leading expert on supertall skyscrapers. Architect Adrian Smith‘s extraordinary body of work is distinguished by some of today’s most recognizable landmarks, such as the Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai and Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, currently the tallest building in the world.”

Prospect Heights House Tour – New York – 10/6/13

“Ten Victorians in the historic district will be open from noon to 5 p.m. 

Tickets are $25, or $20 in advance. 

For additional information, please visit online.”

2013 AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design at The Armory show – New York – 10/9/13 – 10/13/13

“2013 AVENUE Antiques, Art & Design at The Armory show, one of Manhattan’s premier antiques and art fairs, will fill The Park Avenue Armory with the finest inventory from over 55 top dealers from across the globe.

A private opening night preview will be hosted Wednesday evening, by invitation only. Public show hours will begin the next day. Admission is $20.”

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Info courtesy of Editor at Large 

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