Diane Pham

touch, interconnected, ny design week, nyc, new york city events, design brazil, design portugal

Hey NYC! If you’re looking for a leisurely activity to fill this fine Sunday afternoon, head on over to the Meatpacking District to check out TOUCH’s latest exhibition “Interconnected.” Featuring the work of over 20 Portuguese and Brazilian product and furniture designers, you’ll find a bevy of distinct modern pieces arriving from opposite sides of the ocean, yet all inspired by a  shared cultural heritage. AND as part of TOUCH’s commitment to promote dialogue, the company will also host a design talk TODAY at 1pm, moderated by design critic Frederico Duarte. Don’t miss out on this amazing event!

DESIGN TALK: Frederico Duarte, design writer & critic (moderator); Dan Rubinstein, editor-in-chief, Surface magazine; Rita Botelho, product designer; Fernanda Stefani, founder 100% Amazonia; Zoë Melo, curator, founder TOUCH

LOCATION: 805 Washington Street (Autospace) in the Meatpacking District, New York

HOURS: May 13-17, 11am – 7pm (Monday May 17, closing at 1pm)


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