Detail + Design + Public Displays Of Affection

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Phoenix Urban Design Week says
This event is FREE and open to Everyone!

As part of The Design Details Lecture Series hosted by The Design School at ASU, Sarah Sandman and Jill Allyn Peterson will present Design Strategies for Participation. In this lecture, Sandman and Peterson eloquently bridge graphic design with public space, and the built environment in creative and fun ways.

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Sarah Sandman and Jill Allyn Peterson are co-directors of PDA (Public Displays of Affection). PDA is a design studio and community lab based in Brooklyn, NY. Their philosophy builds social capital with communication design, creating objects and experiences that enhance our sense of interconnectedness. PDA redefines design as a tool for bringing people together in new and unexpected ways. Community and the environment are at the forefront of PDA's process. Sarah was recently selected as one of twenty-one 2015 TED Fellows, presenting PDA’s unique collaborative public process at the TED Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Design Details is the 2014/15 interdisciplinary lecture series founded by ASU’s Design School. The series invites designers and scholars from Architecture, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, and Visual Communication Design to present on the ideas and importance of "the detail" and "detailing" in their discipline. Ranging from the scale of the object to the city, the series looks closely at the relationship between the part and the whole and the particularities in design that are often overlooked.

WHERE: The Design School, Design North, Room 60, 810 South Forest Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85287

LIGHTRAIL: Mill Avenue & 3rd Street



WHO: Everyone is welcome
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By: Phoenix Urban Design Week

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