Thursday, August 11th, 2005

CA Boom Slideshow

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The CA Boom show went down in LA last week. (Party in the hills, etc.) The show featured a selection of California-based design and architecture:

CA Boom combines displays from contemporary independent designers, architects & manufacturers, tours of cutting edge homes and a speaker’s conference whose participants are the leaders and innovators of the contemporary design community.

We sent our copywriter Jeff, a camera, and access to the massive Design Public expense account, well-known throughout the design industry for its ability to fund a family of one through at least a salad course. Enjoy the show. [photos by Eric Anderson]

Want more on CA Boom? James at Land+Living has a nice debrief with some pics.

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I enjoy espresso, social awkwardness (esp on dates) and NYC farmer's markets. Heirloom tomatoes are almost out of season, get 'em while you can.

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  1. Rose says:

    August 12th, 2005 at 5:38 pm (#)

    Great designs ! Very contemporary. Table made from the airplane parts was way cool.
    Pictures were fantastic. Really captured the creative spirit!
    Rose

  2. Hatch: The Design Public Blog » Blog Archive » CA Boom 3–500 Kilotons of Fresh Design says:

    March 30th, 2006 at 7:59 pm (#)

    […] This past weekend, Santa Monica dropped a bomb on the design world (and that’s the last of the bomb jokes, I promise. Unless I come up with a really good one later). Yes, gentle readers, it was the third annual CA Boom, "the West Coast independent design show." We brought you a slide show last year, but this year we’ve gone all out and written actual words for you as well. Check our Flickr group for the photos. […]

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