Join us Tuesday, March 11th, for our 75th Design Evening, featuring Peter Klinkert of IKEA! We are back at our super-cool location, Subculture, and we will have wine from our Protea Wines! Come early, stay late, mingle with our fabulous Pitch Presenters, and enjoy wine and design. What could be better?
When: March 11. Doors open 6pm, Event begins 7pm
Where: Subculture, 45 Bleecker Street (right by the 6, B, D, F and M trains)
Attending: SOLD OUT! 170 attending
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SOLD OUT! If you did not make it onto the final guest list, please feel free to come and be placed on the standby list. 170 tickets were available on a first-come, first-served basis. All sales are final. If the event sells out, sales will be locked.
About Peter Klinkert
Peter is the head of special collections worldwide at IKEA of Sweden. He was born in Hamburg and has a masters degree in wooden science and technology. He has worked for IKEA since 1988, starting with in-store kitchen sales. He now leads the development and worldwide implementation of IKEA’s brand statement collections. Peter believes in smart craftsmanship and constantly challenges accepted ideas of quality, design and price.
“At IKEA, we constantly challenge ourselves in all areas of home furnishings. We’re proving that quality and high-design can come at a price point that is accessible for the many.”
Peter lives in Sweden with his wife and two children.
Pitch Presentations by Chairish, Savvy Home, and the Architectural Digest Home Design Show.
About Design Evenings
Apartment Therapy Design Evenings are talks, discussions and presentations with leading voices in design and décor. To stay up to date on all things Design Evening, join our mailing list, here.
About Protea Wines
The inspiration for our brand is the protea. Haven’t heard of it? It’s a rare flower of dizzying diversity, each blossom somehow a little more exotic and special than the last one. Kind of like protea wines – and the beautiful, designer-inspired protea bottles. Forget about the recycling bin. After dazzling you and your guests at the table with its wine, you’ll be sure to find ways for the protea bottles to stick around in other guises.
SubCulture is a new venue bringing eclectic yet accessible music and creative arts performances to the vibrant NoHo neighborhood. SubCulture is a place like no other in the city—a subterranean music-and-arts oasis hidden beneath the streets of New York.
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