Particpate in Space Saloon and Designers on Holiday's Design-Build Festival: DeSaturated
By Katherine Guimapang|
Friday, Mar 6, 2020
Non-profit design laboratory Space Saloon announces their third annual design-build festival - DeSaturated. Created in collaboration with design studio and campsite residency group Designers on Holiday and rural resilience group Blue Sky Center, the eight-day design festival aims to bring a one-of-a-kind immersive experience that is open to all students and young design professionals within the disciplines of art, design, and architecture.
Taking place in New Cayama, California, this unique experience is open to all students and young design professionals within the disciplines of art, design, and architecture. Participants will stay in an outdoor campus as they experience the beautiful mountain ranges of two hours north of Los Angeles.
According to the program's directors Danny Wills and Gian Maria Socci "Participants will engage directly with a diverse group of interdisciplinary experts, gain experience in a variety of hands-on design and construction techniques, and experience an empowering social environment with musical performances, lectures and public events."
Don't miss your chance to participate! To learn more about this week-long experience, check out Archinect's in-depth coverage of last year's program.
Registration open now! Early bird special discount before March 22, final registration April 19.
This year's team leaders include:
Deborah Garcia and Brooke Holm (NNASA), Galo Canizares and Stephanie Sang Delgado (office ca), Yara Feghali and Viviane El-Kmati (Folly Feast Lab), Cameron Kursel, Eli Liebenow and Julia DiPietro (Definitely Not Architecture), Lauren MacDonald, and Daniele Frazier.
Check out all the details at the event’s website.
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