Free Design Event To Take Place At Apple Store In Santa Monica, California
(Santa Monica, California--January 18, 2008) On Wednesday, January 30th, Imaginary Forces Director of Experience Design Tali Krakowsky will be speaking at the AIGA/Los Angeles “Pro Sessions: Design Remixed” event, which is taking place at the Apple store in Santa Monica, California (1248 Third Street Promenade) at 7 p.m.
The event is free and seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Using inspirations from projects across the world and work from Imaginary Forces, Krakowsky will discuss current trends in the fusion of design, technology and architecture. Transformations in design thinking, inspired by emerging technologies and a fascination with storytelling, are changing the entertainment, educational, corporate and retail environments of the 21st Century. In her session, Krakowsky will break down interactive environments into their components: re-imagining content in motion, re-imagining media delivery systems, and re-imagining smart, interactive spaces, and examine several key projects in terms of process and design methodology.
About Tali Krakowsky
Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design at Imaginary Forces, has been extensively involved for the last five years in concept development and management of the division and its projects in both the New York and Los Angeles offices. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design and a Master of Arts from UCLA's School of Architecture, with a thesis on interactive architecture. Krakowsky has had a leading role in a range of projects for Imaginary Forces, including immersive environments for Airbus, BMW, IBM, MoMA and the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. Additionally, she has worked on the World Trade Center redesign competition, an installation for the Netherlands Architecture Institute and MoMA's Tall Buildings exhibition as part of the design consortium United Architects. In addition to her work at IF, Krakowsky has published several articles on design, architecture, and innovation through collaboration, and has been teaching a class on Experience Design at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.
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