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PaperCity Houston October 2021

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T he Houston Design C e n t e r 's a n n u a l Fall Design Week + Access/Design takes place Tuesday t h r o u g h F r i d a y, October 5 through 8. AD 100 and Elle Decor A-List designer Corey Damen Jenkins headlines the event, with an 11 am opening-day luncheon keynote presentation and signing of his first book, Design Remix: A New Spin on Traditional Rooms (Rizzoli), at James Craig Furnishings Showroom. A VIP reception hosted by Design House Showroom precedes the event, at 10 am. The Detroit native is known for layering eye-catching patterns with vivid colors in classic interiors. In the afternoon keynote at 1 pm, architects Ted Flato and Evan Morris of Lake | Flato Architects discuss their new book, Lake | Flato Houses: Respecting the Land (Rizzoli); HKS hospitality interiors global design director Mary Alice Palmer and developer Richard Holland present their reimagining of Santa Fe landmark property Bishop's Lodge; and author Helen Thompson discusses her new book Santa Fe Modern: Contemporary Design in the High Desert (The Monacelli Press), all at Thorntree Slate & Marble Showroom. Subsequent events during the week include continuing education programs with Benjamin Moore and Estudio Group at Kitchen & Bath Concepts and talks on design trends with Talbot Cooley, Janus Lazaris, Kelly Gale Amen, and Laura Manchee at Meredith O'Donnell Fine Furniture. Fall Design Week + Access/Design, VIP opening day $100, opening-day keynote and lunch $35, opening- day afternoon presentations $25, additional presentations $10 each, at The Houston Design Center, 7026 Old Katy Road, falldesignweek2021. Anne Lee Phillips A ppropriately, after our pandemic time of sheltering inside, the AIA Houston Home Tour 2021 celebrates nature. A highlight of the fall for the architecture- and design-minded, the tour returns Saturday and Sunday, October 23 and 24, chaired by architect Bob Robinowitz, AIA (McIntyre + Robinowitz). The eight selected homes span a geographic swath of the city, showcasing a juried selection of the best of new residential design in Houston. Homes by winning firms encompass Natalye Appel + Associates Architects' Vassar Street Garden House; Collaborative Designworks' House 2344 and Woodhead Double; McIntyre + Robinowitz Architects' Lawrence Street Residence; Content Architecture's Allston Residence; studioMET architects' Jackson Residence and Tangley Residence; and Inflection Architecture's Windemere Residence. Ranging from 1,000 to nearly 5,000 square feet and reflecting varied takes on the language of contemporary architecture, all homes are united by a reverence for nature, vistas to the outdoors and embrace of green space, and devotion to natural light. PaperCity steps up as a media sponsor. Saturday and Sunday, October 23 and 24, noon; tickets, Catherine D. Anspon DESIGN DAZE AT HDC FALL MARKET DESIGN STARS BRINGING THE OUTSIDE IN: AIA HOME TOUR 2021 OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. Corey Damen Jenkins Ted Flato Helen Thompson Tangley Residence by studioMET architects LUIS AYALA 12

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