MAAD Speaker's Series: Pattern Pod


The MAAD Speakers Series is hosting a talk by Kristen Dettoni of Pattern Pod this Thursday, September 15, 12:00-12:30 pm in Rm. 230.

 
DateThursday, September 15, 2016 - 2:15pm

Cost

Free Admission

Location

Room 230, 100 McCaul Street. Toronto, ON

The MAAD Speakers Series is hosting a talk by Kristen Dettoni of Pattern Pod this Thursday, September 15, 12:00-12:30 pm in Rm. 230. Pattern Pod is a design company whose goal is to be the leading creative resource in design, trends, and colour. 
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In 2013, Geraldine and Kristen set out to launch Pattern Pod, a full service design firm where they track trends, research materials and finishes, work with manufacturers, create unique artwork, develop color stories, generate reports and develop marketing materials and strategies. They are experts in designing and developing wovens, prints, velours, knits, as well as a variety of non-wovens such as polyurethanes and vinyls. They have over 30 years of commercial interiors with expertise in the education, contract/office, hospitality and healthcare markets and have also ventured into technology by bringing their talents to the digital world. In 2014, they created an online digital stock imagery company that offers high quality seamless vector pattern solutions for personal and professional use. 



MAAD Speaking Series Pattern Pod
DateThursday, September 15, 2016 - 2:15pm

Cost

Free Admission

Website Location

Room 230, 100 McCaul Street. Toronto, ON

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The MAAD Speakers Series is hosting a talk by Kristen Dettoni of Pattern Pod this Thursday, September 15, 12:00-12:30 pm in Rm. 230. Pattern Pod is a design company whose goal is to be the leading creative resource in design, trends, and colour. 
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In 2013, Geraldine and Kristen set out to launch Pattern Pod, a full service design firm where they track trends, research materials and finishes, work with manufacturers, create unique artwork, develop color stories, generate reports and develop marketing materials and strategies. They are experts in designing and developing wovens, prints, velours, knits, as well as a variety of non-wovens such as polyurethanes and vinyls. They have over 30 years of commercial interiors with expertise in the education, contract/office, hospitality and healthcare markets and have also ventured into technology by bringing their talents to the digital world. In 2014, they created an online digital stock imagery company that offers high quality seamless vector pattern solutions for personal and professional use. 

Venue & Address: 
Room 230, 100 McCaul Street. Toronto, ON
Cost: 
Free Admission
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