What: D.C. Apartment Therapy Design Evenings
Who: Trendspotting with interior designers H. Alex Sanchez, Eric Kole, and Zoe Feldman
When: Tuesday, August 30, 2011 at 7:00pm
Where: The Dunes, 1402 Meridian Place NW, Top Floor, Washington, D.C. 20010
Organizer: Desiré Greene
Mark your calendars for the DC Apartment Therapy End-of-Summer Social and design roundtable featuring fabulous interior designers Alex Sanchez, Eric Kole, and Zoe Feldman! Hosted at the city's hottest art and event space, The Dunes, this event is not to be missed!
With recent tradeshows in Las Vegas, New York, and soon-to-be Paris, the end of summer often brings a glimpse into the future of design. New trends emerge and quickly make their way to design magazines, blogs, and television shows around the world. So, what are the latest decorating trends? How will we see them used? Are they even relevant to how we live? Join us for a discussion with some of DC’s brightest design stars as we tackle these questions and more!
H. Alex Sanchez, Renaissance Design
Nicknamed the “Renaissance Man,” Alex Sanchez has successfully navigated DC’s design scene since the founding of his firm in 2009. After earning a spot on Series 5 of HGTV’s Design Star, Alex has been featured in both local and national publications. Most recently, Alex was dubbed a Designer to Watch by Home & Design Magazine.
Eric Kole, Vastu
Eric Kole ditched the corporate life to co-found one of DC’s most popular furniture stores, Vastu. Vastu has also become the vehicle for Eric’s interior design work, which has been featured in publications such as Home & Design Magazine and The New York Times. With a few national television appearances under his belt, Eric has vowed to never return to corporate America.
Zoe Feldman, Zoe Feldman Design
Zoe Feldman, who recently received the “Ones to Watch” award by the Washington Design Center, has been featured in both local and national media. Most notably, she has appeared as a guest decorator on NBC’s Today Show. Zoe decorates homes from New York to Florida through her firm Zoe Feldman Design.
(Note: Outside of NYC, all of our Apartment Therapy Design Evenings are volunteer based and aimed at helping people by connecting them with great design and great local resources. Find out more and join us here.)