The Future of “Good Design” | DesignPhiladelphia

The Future of “Good Design”

The Future of “Good Design”

Thursday, October 15, 2020
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Virtual Event hosted on Zoom



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Photo Credit: A.C.E



Hoffman Design Group is pleased to present a discussion on the importance of "good design" in our rapidly changing environment. For many people, home and office environments have been integrated. How does the collapsing of these radically different spaces impact our health and wellness? What opportunities does it present for long lasting change in commercial and residential design? Industry leaders Alicia DeLarge, Tina Delia and Nic Esposito will be joining us for an enlightening conversation exploring the future of design in these spaces. While the future may be uncertain, creative solutions in horticultural, interior, and human-centered design are abundant. 

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THE PANELISTS:

Alicia DeLarge is a Production Designer, Set Designer,  and Costume Designer based Philadelphia. After freelancing in the Film and Fashion industry for 3 years Alicia decided to return to school to enhance her craft. She has fulfilled many roles in production from Costume Designer, Costumer, Production Designer, Locations Scout, Locations Manager, Set Decorator, to Set Designer, and Set Decorator. She recently graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA with a Bachelors Degree in Film Design and Production. Post graduation, Alicia continues to bring her clients visions into fruition with her talent for locating, manipulating,  and curating environments. 

Tina Delia is the Founder and Principal Interior Designer of Delia Designs. For the past eleven years, Tina has grown her design studio from the ground up and continues to develop herself personally and professionally. She is dedicated to excellence and insistence on forward thinking design. At the forefront of her designs is the idea that our spaces have the ability to transform our lives.  She is looking to move us, inspire us to see, think and create freely.  After all, it's not only about creating beautiful spaces.  

Nic Esposito is a writer, publisher, community activist, urban farmer and circular economy professional. Nic has served as the City of Philadelphia's Zero Waste and Litter Director and the East Kensington Neighbors Association President. He is currently a circular economy consultant, the board president of the non-profit bookstore and publishing company The Head & The Hand and co-manager of Emerald Street Community Farm in Kensington.