• Celebrate Austin design through a week of workshops, talks, studio tours and events this November as the city celebrates its creative economy in the inaugural Austin Design Week.

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Thank you being part of the Inaugural Austin Design Week!

Thank you to the 1000+ designers and design supporters for joining us this year to kick off the Inaugural Austin Design Week. We had so much fun, and learned a ton about the amazing things happening within design in Austin. We'll have more to come soon on ADW 2017. In the meantime, check out our Wrap Up.

2016 Sponsors

Gold Sponsors:

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Silver Sponsors:

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Bronze Sponsors:

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Community Partners:

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Media Partner:

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Latest News

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Austin’s inaugural design week was a success; bringing together over a thousand designers over five action-packed days. We're all a little more connected and a lot more in-the-know about what’s happening across Austin design.

Check out a few highlights from all five days of Austin Design Week where we toured some amazing design studios, got hands on with...

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Austin Design Week in the News: the Austin Chronicle, 11/4/16

November 4, 2016

Check out the story here: Designing a Smarter City, by Robyn Ross

What is design? Is it a process? An art? A way of thinking? A type of communication? Ask any person on the street: You'll get answers detailing architecture, typography, fashion, or Herman Miller chairs. Ask an actual designer,...

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Austin Design Week in the News: SiliconHills, 11/4/16

November 4, 2016

Check out: The Inaugural Austin Design Week Kicks Off on Monday by Laura Lorek

Design is “more important than ever before,” in business, according to Wired.

And Austin takes design...

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