As the days gradually grow shorter and back-to-school buzz grows louder, we’re continuing to ride the rollercoaster of […]
Seattle Design Center
In addition to The Triple Door revealing a (live!) concert lineup and the announcement that Seattle’s Chef Rachel […]
Are you a design aficionado missing design events and classes? There’s some excellent news for you! Seattle Design […]
For students aspiring for a career in interior design, and for Seattle’s design community at large, there’s a reason to rejoice. Heritage School of Interior Design brings its unique approach to higher education into the Seattle design center.
16 chefs from the most-talked-about restaurants in Seattle will duke it out at the Seattle Design Center on May 19th for the title of Lamb Jam Seattle Champion.
The folks at Entercom who brought you last year’s Bourbon & Bacon event and Tequila & Taco Fest have felt the love and are opening up both an afternoon and an evening session to accommodate the hankerings of all those who desire fine whiskey with succulent treats! Don’t worry if you don’t imbibe, get the Designated Driver ticket for a discounted price and still get to stuff your face and enjoy a selection of non-alcoholic beverages!
Exploring the evolution of color through the lens of twentieth century America.
Come Tuesday, April 10, Seattle Design Center is betraying their usual Thursday lecture series to accommodate the arrival of Leatrice Eiseman, co-author of Pantone: The Twentieth Century in Color and executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. While her agenda will primarily revolve around