Gallery: Little Tokyo Design Week Kicks-Off

Little Tokyo Design Week (LTDW) kicks off this Thursday by taking a four-day look at the “Future City.” Filled to the brim with a number of workshops, home tours, and curated exhibitions, the festival is designed to celebrate the power and energy of cutting edge design and technology that is now emerging from Japan given its intersection with current trends that are materializing in Los Angeles. Given the full schedule, which may be somewhat overwhelming, we decided to pull our favorites geared towards an audience with a more sustainable point of view.

Tokyo/LA Houses: Micro-Environments for Mega-Cities Exhibition at the JACCC Plaza 224 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Thursday, July 14: 4pm-11pm Friday, July 15: 4pm-midnight Saturday, July 16: 11am-midnight Sunday, July 17: 11am-7pm

Environment in the Future City Symposium at the East West Players 120 Judge John Aiso Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Sunday, July 17: 3pm-5pm

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