Austin Design Week Announces Slate of 100 Free Events

    A pocket patio on Congress Avenue, designed by dwg.

    The third annual Austin Design Week has announced its slate of programs. From Nov. 5 through Nov. 9, 100 free workshops, studio and project tours, panel discussions and a Design-A-Thon will take place around the city.

    A furniture and design exhibition will be on view at the Austin Design Week Hub, in the Refinery, 612 Brazos St., with bespoke furniture, decor and household design elements.

    This year’s slate of Austin Design Week programs include a discussion about designing for gender equity, held Nov. 8 at the Elisabet Ney Museum; a tour of four ‘pocket patios’ that have sprung up along Congress Avenue; and a “Keeping Austin Austin” workshop aimed at collaborative problem-solving that addresses the city’s housing affordability crisis.

    Events are open to design professionals as well the general public, and many require an RSVP.

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    See austindesignweek.org for more information.

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