BONDX Multi: Interiors Edition

The Forum for America's Leading Multifamily Interior Designers

May 11-13, 2021

About

BONDX Multi: Interiors Edition is an intensive one-on-one meetings program that connects America’s Leading Multifamily Interior Designers with interiors product manufacturers who can help solve their design challenges.

Spread over 3 days, you’ll have an intensive schedule of 1:1 meetings with the most senior interior designers working in Multifamily. You choose who you want to meet. All meetings are pre-scheduled and guaranteed.

It’s a winning formula that our clients have relied on to drive their sales for over 15 years. We’re talking million dollar deals for some! So don’t let BOND continue to be your competition’s best kept secret… It’s time to find out more.

Until we can meet each other again in person >
BONDX has got you covered!

Fabulous all around. To have the opportunity to meet with firms at management level is rare. Very impactful experience.

Mimi Stone

Executive Vice President

Earthwerks

Meet

The primary element of BONDX is the 1:1 meetings

BOND personally invite the most influential Interior Designers that specialise in Multifamily.

Attendee applications are vetted to ensure we pick the most senior designers with the most work. Attendees are selected from North America’s Top Multifamily Architecture firms, Interior Design agencies and Developers. Only Principal-level Architects and Designers are accepted. Attendees work across large-scale multifamily projects of all types – from low rise to high rise, affordable to luxury, and student to senior living.

You select the Principals you want to meet from our list, then we do the matchmaking and meeting scheduling for you.

Past attendees include:

Anabella Vogeler Smith

Partner & Director of Interior Design

Zyscovich Inc.

Marc Cerone

Design Director

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill

Rowan Georges

Associate Director

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Meg Boyle

Principal, Design Studio

Chipman Design Architecture

100% of Suppliers at the last BONDX Multi said they would come back and do it again

 

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How it works

The one-on-ones were excellent opportunities to show and discuss a new product direction, get validation on messaging and better understand the architects needs. We met architects that had some immediate interest/need which should provide us with a quick and measurable ROI, something tradeshows seldom do.

Bill Ross

Director

Fiberon

Program

Timings are shown in Eastern Standard Time.

This is a draft program – content and timings may be varied at our discretion.

Tuesday, May 11

11:00 am

Welcome

11:15 am

1:1 Meetings

12:55 pm

Seminar - The Economic Forecast

Elliot Eisenberg PhD | President & Chief Economist, GraphsandLaughs, LLC

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Synopsis

With his inimitable humor and vigor, Eliott will take you on a whirlwind journey through the economy. Starting with a macroeconomic overview of how the US is likely to perform, he’ll talk you through every variable (from employment to population growth to interest rates) that will impact demand for architectural services, and look ahead to construction activity for the coming year.

Biography

Acclaimed Economic Expert & Former Senior Economist at the National Association of Home Builders in the USA.

Elliot Eisenberg. Ph.D. is an International acclaimed Economic Expert, often called the “Stand-up Economist”, uniquely specializes in making the arcana and minutiae of economics entertaining and relevant.

His expertise is sought out by leading public and private sector organizations, state and local governments, hedge funds and investment advisory groups for his valuable insight on the economy and its impact on various industries.

With a finger on the pulse of current trends and issues, his presentations include up-to-the-minute economic news and information. He has a unique, comical style that makes economics entertaining and accessible to all audiences

1:55 pm

1:1 Meetings

3:30 pm

End Day 1

Wednesday, May 12

11:00 am

1:1 Meetings

12:40 pm

Seminar - Analog Vs. Digital

Karim Rashid | President, Karim Rashid Inc.

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Synopsis

100,000 years of analog and less than 30 years of digital. Analog was material and digital is immaterial so what will happen to our material world? How will it catch up to our digital age? How will design inform this change, and how will social behaviors change?

Biography

Visionary and prolific, Karim Rashid is one of the most unique voices in design today. With more than 4000 designs in production, over 300 awards to his name, and client work in over 40 countries, Karim’s ability to transcend typology continues to make him a force among designers of his generation. Eschewing style in favor of designing in the modus of our time, Karim’s designs include luxury goods for Christofle, Alessi, Veuve Clicquot, and Riva 1920; democratic products for Umbra, Paul Mitchell, and 3M; timeless furniture for Bonaldo, Tonelli, BoConcept, and Vondom; exquisite lighting for Artemide and Fontana Arte; high-tech products for Asus and SirinLabs; surface design for Marburg and Abet Laminati; iconic branding for Hugo Boss and Citibank; and award- winning packaging for Method, Paris Baguette, Kenzo, and Eos. Karim’s influence expands beyond product to interiors, including restaurants like Switch in UAE; hospitality design for Park Inn by Radisson Amsterdam City West, Temptation Resort Cancun, and budget hotels for Prizeotel in Bremen, Hamburg, Munster, and Erfurt; public environments like Universita Metro Station in Naples; residential design like Paraiso Bayviews in Miami; and retail design for Fun Factory in Berlin and Munich. Additionally, he has collaborated on innumerable concept exhibitions for clients such as Dupont Corian, Deutsche Bank, PepsiCo, and Audi. Numerous awards and accolades attest to Karim’s contribution to the world of design. He is a recipient of the American Prize for Design Lifetime Achievement award, as well as a perennial winner of the Red Dot award, Chicago Athenaeum Good Design award, Pentawards, and IDSA Industrial Design Excellence award. He holds Honorary Doctorates from Carlton University, Pratt Institute, OCAD in Toronto, British Institute of Interior Design, and Corcoran College of Art & Design. Contemporary artwork created by Karim ranges from digital prints to public art/ installation and sculpture. His works are featured in 20 permanent collections in various art institutions worldwide, including Brooklyn Museum of Art, MoMA, and The Center Pompidou. He has exhibited across the globe and is a frequent contributor to the Venice Biennale, as well as exhibiting major retrospectives of his design work in Sao Paulo, Seoul, Milan, and Ottawa. A cultural shaper, Karim is a frequent guest lecturer at universities and conferences globally, aspiring to change the world by making design a public subject. He is also regularly featured in print and digital platforms by media companies like CNN, Vogue, Elle, GQ, The New York Times, and countless more. This reach allows Karim to fulfill his ambition of disseminating the importance of design in everyday life. Karim’s last monograph, XX (Design Media Publishing, 2015), features 400 pages of work selected from the last 20 years. Other monographs include From The Beginning, an oral history of Karim’s life and inspiration (Forma, 2014); Sketch, featuring 300 hand drawings (Frame Publishing, 2011); KarimSpace, featuring 36 of Karim’s interior designs (Rizzoli, 2009); Design Your Self, Karim’s guide to living (Harper Collins, 2006); Digipop, a digital exploration of computer graphics (Taschen, 2005); Compact Design Portfolio (Chronicle Books 2004); and classic titles Evolution (Universe, 2004) and I Want to Change the World (Rizzoli, 2001). Karim established his private design studio in New York City in 1992. He expanded his global reach with a studio in Shenzhen, China in 2014. In his spare time Karim’s pluralistic practice flirts with art, fashion, and music and is determined to creatively touch every aspect of our physical and virtual landscape.
1:45 pm

1:1 Meetings

3:20 pm

End Day 2

Thursday, May 13

11:00 am

1:1 Meetings

12:40 pm

Seminar - Developer Panel: The Future for Multifamily Design

BONDX Multi: Interiors Edition

1:45 pm

1:1 Meetings

3:20 pm

End BONDX

Why BONDX?

We invest in your success:

You’ll have the support of a dedicated member of the BOND team from day one. They’ll guide you through the experience, and make sure meetings run smoothly. We’ll also provide Online Meeting Success training ahead of the event.

Experienced event organisers:

1:1 events are our business. Not a side gig. Our experienced team know how to run meetings like clockwork.

Higher calibre of attendees:

We have a team dedicated to architect invitation and quality control. We know our architects inside out, meaning you’ll meet the most senior architects with the best projects.

We keep it simple:

You’ll get a simple, focussed, virtual experience with no complex systems or distractions.

Venue
BONDX is a Virtual Event

Everything takes place through the BONDX website; a simple platform that makes it easy to follow your meetings schedule, attend webinars and discover attendees. Your dedicated member of the BOND Team will take care of you throughout.

Further information will be supplied on sign up.

Apply to Attend

Vendor packages include:

  • Chosen number of 1:1 architect meetings
  • Virtual Sales Training webinar
  • Company profile on event website, including document and video upload for all architects to see
  • Delegate profile on event website
  • Event Directory containing contact info of all attendees after the event
  • Dedicated BOND customer success manager to guide you every step of the way