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The Marketplace Presents An Austin Design Week Panel

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The Evolution of Home Design: How It's Changing and Why

Join four Austinites with deep experience in architecture, design and construction as they discuss how and why the concept of home is changing and the effect on our domestic surroundings.

Hear from some of the most respected names in the industry about how factors from the pandemic and global warming to culture and new technology are affecting the built environment and the way we interact with it.

Monday, November 8th


Space is limited, RSVP required 




Carina Coel, Principal Architect, Restructure Studio & Arbor Plans

Carina Coel, Principal Architect, founded Restructure Studio in 2003 and Arbor Plans in 2019 with a focus on residential design. Sustainable living has been a passion of Carina’s since she started studying architecture; the Studio was formed to combine excellent design with sustainable practices.

Wells Mason, Designer and Sculpter, Ironwood Industries

Wells Mason is a designer and sculptor. His furniture and sculpture have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the country, and his work has been featured in regional, national, and international publications. When he’s not in his studio, he’s in a business development role for a Fortune 500 company.

Nikos Papadopoulos, Founding Principal, Furrow Studio

Nikos is founding principal of Furrow Studio, an Austin-based landscape architecture firm practicing nationwide. His studio focuses on the intimate intricacies of place-making and creates original landscapes that celebrate design excellence, site specificity, and environmental sensitivity.

Lieve Saether, Founder and Creative Director, Turnstyle Design

Lieve Saether is the lead creative mind behind Turnstyle Design which she founded in 2004. A European / American, Lieve is known for unusual combinations and highly personalized design, she interprets interiors by turning style on its head, challenging the way we experience the things around us.

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