Alpharetta, GA – Hansgrohe/Axor, a national partner of Design Camp 2013, is gearing up for a series of two-day seminars hosted by celebrity interior designers Lori Dennis and Kelli Ellis. They are heading to the Austin, TX edition this week, with seminars scheduled for October 24-26.
The first of many around the country, Design Camp offers ambitious and emerging designers immersive education and networking opportunities. The Lone Star State campsite will feature local design celebrities including Donna Stockton Hicks, Heather Toolin and Sandy Sieracki as well as Hansgrohe/Axor’s own Carmen Busceme, to name a few.
According to Russ Wheeler, president of Hansgrohe N.A., "We welcome the opportunity to liaise with designers in a unique and meaningful way and expand our reach in the Austin area. We pride ourselves on our strong ties to designers the world over and we look forward to continuing our tradition and bonding with the campers. We’re cooking up a number of treats including a session on bathroom trends given by one of our dynamic team members.”
Design Camp Austin will boast a special display of the Axor Bouroullec collection, designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. With spout and handles that can be mounted virtually anywhere around the washbasin, the collection invites users to feel free to compose and create their own customized bathroom configurations.
Busceme, regional sales manager for the central region of the U.S., will headline one of the special guest segments. The course, tailored for design professionals and design aficionados, focuses on trends in the kitchen and bath. She will cover everything from inspiration and lifestyle influences to the products that create freedom in design. Her session will be held on Thursday, October 25.
For fun camp-side stories, look for #HansgroheATcamp and follow @HansgroheUSA and @TheDesignCamp on Twitter and Facebook. Design Camp Austin will be held at The Marchesa Hall and Theater. Individual tickets to the 2-day event are $1,297. “Bring a friend” and save $500 on a 2-person admission ticket: $2094. To register, visit http://designcamp.com/camps/