Wednesday, September 12, 2007

More Thursday Events (to hit before Run Run Run at the Sports Club)

Local Forms that Function

Thursday, September 13, 7-9pm

DWR (that's Design Within Reach) is excited to showcase the work of three local modern furniture designers during our second annual Local Forms that Function Show. Design firm Bells & Whistles makes furniture from the inside out, combining theatrical fantasy with utilitarian practicality. Miki Iwasaki of mi-workshop builds each piece by hand, using environmentally conscious methods and materials. Spacecraft is a gallery and studio collective that designs and builds pieces from concept through construction. The opening reception will be on September 13 and their pieces will be on display through September 23.

Local Forms that Function II
Reception: Thursday, September 13, 7-9pm
Exhibit: September 13-23
DWR San Diego Studio
393 7th Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
Also, tomorrow is the OFFICIAL Grand Opening Party for Starlite.
Emphasizing simplicity and modernist design, Starlite makes bold strides to
offer locally-grown, organic cuisine complimented with custom cocktails
featuring mixers made entirely onsite. Settle in past the hexagonal
entrance and you'll immediately get comfortable with the earthy aesthetic
created by local designers Bells & Whistles. And don't think
Starlite's favor of style ends at the back door. An outdoor patio crafted
from Brazilian hardwood decking offers up starlit seating, al fresco bar service
and a fantastical interpretation of a smoking milieu. This is Starlite,
the brainchild of a proven successful ownership team including Casbah and Turf
Club owner Tim Mays, filmmaker and regional entrepreneur Matt Hoyt,
long-celebrated local troubadour Steve Poltz and the
environmentally-conscious Chef Travis Murphy. Starlite is devoted to
meticulous craftsmanship on every level - from context to cocktails to
cuisine. Join us Thursday, September 13th as we celebrate our grand
opening. 6PM till close. 21+ only.
3175 India Street
San Diego, 619-358-9766

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