Meet me at the intersection of tech and touch: DxB Conference

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You have been waiting for this. You have been waiting to join designers from all disciplines—architecture, interactive, graphic, environmental, fashion, interior, furnishing, and product design—to come together and exchange different approaches of design thinking and beyond. You’ve been waiting to hear from experts how technology and tradition can work together hand-in-hand.


Design Exchange Boston (DxB) is a week of events and experiences celebrating the impact of design. The goal is to explore the ideas, work, and strategies currently shaping our culture. It’s a 5-day event,October 9-13, 2013, with sessions located throughout Boston’s Seaport, Fort Point & Innovation District – including the new District Hall.


Paul Thorogood, Head of Product Design at and Mohawk’s VP of Business Development and Creative Director, Chris Harrold, will be co-hosting a session called, Meet me at the intersection of tech and touch: A story of analog collaboration in a digital space,discussing the beginnings and growth of the unique Mohawk and partnership to create the Luxe line of products. The session takes place on Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 1:45pm – 2:30pm at District Hall.

Join a unique collaboration of design organizations — AIGA, AIA, IIDA, ASID, DMB, BSA, IFDA, IDSA, SEGD, IxDA, and others — as they brand Boston as a 21st-century city shaped by creative economy. DxB welcomes a diverse audience of entrepreneurs, professionals, students, educators, retailers, makers & manufacturers, tourists, and the design-savvy public. Don’t miss it – Register here.

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