Detroit Month of Design Opening Party and Design Crawl

06:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Friday, 09/01/2023
1001 Woodward Ave


To kick off the 13th annual Detroit Month of Design Festival, please join us for a Downtown Detroit Design Crawl to celebrate the designers, products, and projects that showcase our city’s creative talent and treasured small businesses. Presented by the Consulate of Italy with additional support from Downtown Detroit Partnership, start your journey at LoveITDetroit, Space Lab Detroit, or Rossetti, then set out along the city streets.

Event Details
Friday, September 1st
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1). LoveITDetroit | 1001 Woodward
2). Space Lab Detroit | 607 Shelby St, Suite 700
3). Rossetti |160 West Fort Street, Suite 400

About Design Core Detroit
Design Core Detroit champions design-driven businesses and their role in strengthening Detroit’s economy. It offers services to strengthen, grow and attract design businesses, increases market demand for design services, and tells Detroit’s design story locally and globally. Design Core is a department within College for Creative Studies.

Design Core serves design-driven industries that specialize in design or utilize design as a central discipline of their business strategy. As the steward of Detroit’s UNESCO City of Design designation, Design Core serves as the convener and backbone organization for the Detroit City of Design initiative.

About Consulate of Italy in Detroit
The role of the Consulate's diplomatic-consular mission is to protect the interests of, and provide services to, Italians when not on Italian soil. The services must be offered on the basis of equality, impartiality, efficiency and transparency, for the purpose of protecting Italian citizens and promoting respect for human rights and freedoms.

About Downtown Detroit Partnership
The Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP) strengthens and supports Downtown Detroit through strategic initiatives and programs. DDP convenes business, philanthropic, and government partners to create a vibrant and resilient urban core for Detroit and the region.


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