Welcome to Home Cooking: Designing, Manufacturing and Sourcing in the USA. The South has always been known as the place to get some great home cooked comfort food. This year, the Southern District wants to take that idea of home cooking and deep-dive into how corporations and entrepreneurs are designing, manufacturing and sourcing their products right here in the good old USA.
Imagine this: It is the third week of August 2015 in the midst of a brilliant Pacific Northwest summer. Hundreds of designers from around the world have gathered in Seattle for the IDSA conference, and you are one of them. The city feels alive – a cauldron where the arts, architecture, digital innovations, creativity, music, biotechnology, maker culture, sustainability, multiculturalism, entrepreneurial energy and citizenship engagement are coming together in a potent mix.
The Patron’s Program was developed by IDSA in support of the industrial design profession with a primary focus on outreach, thought-leadership and advocacy. Their generous support helps IDSA take the necessary steps to develop content that leads to creating programs, awareness and the promotion of industrial design. Visit the IDSA Patrons page.