Isobar and AIGA Host Breakfast Conversation with Susan S. Szenasy

 

Isobar is thrilled to be partnering with the Boston AIGA chapter to host a morning conversation with Susan S. Szenasy, Editor in Chief of Metropolis. The event will be held in our space in South Station, and is open to design professionals in the Boston area.

This might be a casual breakfast for Susan Szenasy but the Boston Isobar office is extremely excited about the topics she will be discussing. Susan will explore various subjects including issues in design, and ethical design sustainability. Additionally, she will be celebrating her new book Design Advocate, published by Metropolis Books and distributed by ARTBOOK | D.A.P.

A true pioneer of highly acclaimed design journalism, 1986 marked the start of the award winning magazine, Metropolis, of which Susan is publisher and editor in-chief.

A household name for her knowledge in sustainability and design, it is no wonder that Susan is relentlessly associated with prestigious faculties such as the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, the Landscape Architecture Foundation, the FIT Interior Design board and the NYC Center for Architecture.

As well as the inheritor of two IIDA Presidential Commendations, Susan is an honorary member of the ASLA and AIA NYC, and the 2008 recipient of the ASID Patron’s Prize and Presidential Commendation to name but a few of her accolades.

What’s next for Susan S. Szenasy aside from world domination? Isobar – Monday, April 14, 2014 8:30 AM.

Register here.

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