After Peter Turchi‘s mind-mapping adventure, we followed the Schools of Thoughts luminaries to the speakers’ dinner. We found the unofficial design writers’ table where we enjoyed a seemingly endless stream of steaming Thai dishes and hot sake…also, fortunately, endless.
We were joined by mainstage speaker Allan Chochinov finally told us the story behind Core77‘s name, moderating duo Alice Twemlow and David Womack, conference organizer Louise Sandhaus (who confirmed, yes, her studio is named LSD) and Lorraine Wild, who’ll have to split for a bit Sunday to fulfill her Sister Corita duties.
New to UnBeige, although we’ve talked about her before, is Susan Yelavich, who we met for the first time at the perpetual feast. Her absolutely delightful article about the decorative implications of the paperweight can currently be found on the back page of I.D. Oh yeah, and she’s also a “South Park” fan.
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