San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
How does the ritual of eating and drinking influence the design of spaces for dining and what makes for a great dining experience? In this highly respected speaker program presented by Artichoke magazine, we explore the creation of environments for increasingly discerning diners.
Jill Dupleix has been writing about eating for twenty-five years. She has been the cookery editor for London’s The Times newspaper and is the current editor of The Sydney Morning Herald Good Cafe Guide. Jill is dependent on coffee and Campari and hates a wobbly table with a passion.
Paul Kelly heads Paul Kelly Design, an interior design company at the forefront of hospitality design. Paul has local and international experience working on over 150 venues, including restaurants, bars and hotels.
Kristin Green is director of KGA Architecture, a practice that has completed housing, set design and hospitality work in Victoria, Amsterdam and Vanuatu. Spring Street Grocer in Melbourne recently received a commendation in the Victorian Architecture Awards.
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Architecture Media is Australia’s leading publisher for the architecture and design community and an associate company of the Australian Institute of Architects. Publications include Architecture Australia, Artichoke, Houses, Houses: Kitchens+Bathrooms, Landscape Architecture Australia and Architectural Product News, and websites – Selector.com/au, ProductNews.com.au and ArchitectureAU.com. Under the Design Speaks brand, we present these seminar programs and day long forums – Artichoke Night School, AA Roundtable, Our Houses, Work Place/Work Life, Old School/New School, Health Care/Health Design and Housing Futures. We also deliver awards programs including the Australian Interior Design Awards (in partnership with the Design Institute of Australia), the Houses Awards and the Eat Drink Design Awards. We have a reputation for delivering high-calibre, industry-recognized events and programs that celebrate, promote and facilitate the achievements of architects and designers.