With FLY BY DESIGN, we export the audience to see the work in real dimensions. We host travelers in locations around the world, connecting them to new places through architecture and design. For the 3rd annual FLY BY DESIGN, we’re visiting Basel.
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Basel is known as the city of culture for connoisseurs, with historic landmarks and over 40 museums mixed in with small boutiques. Nestled along the Rhine river, Basel is tradition-conscious and open-minded at the same time, with modern buildings designed by renowned architects. With it’s rich design history, Basel is perhaps Europe’s best kept secret.
Due to travel issues, the Anchorage lecture by Rok Oman (OFIS Architecture, Slovenia) has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 23 at the Anchorage Museum auditorium.
The Fairbanks and Juneau lectures are not affected and will still take place on April 21 & 22, respectively.
Robert Wong is the Chief Creative Officer of Google Creative Labs in NYC. He was previously the creative director for Arnold Worldwide (the agency known for the Volkswagon ads in the 1990s) and the Vice President of Creative at Starbucks.
He will present at 7pm on Monday April 6 at the Anchorage Museum.
Click here for lecture details.
Robert is also the keynote speaker for ADF’s inaugural DINE BY DESIGN event on April 10. For DINE BY DESIGN he will present the concept of the creativity quotient, an idea that suggests ideational fluency – or, creativity – can be both measured and cultivated.