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Design Talk at Cooper Hewitt Museum with 'Game Changer' Irma Boom

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
2 East 91st Street, New York City, New York, Verenigde Staten

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On October 1 there is an evening of conversation with Dutch Designer Irma Boom in 'Design Talks | Game Changers' at the Cooper Hewitt Museum

Irma Boom

About Irma Boom

Best known for her unique design process, Irma Boom is one of the world’s foremost book designers. A graphic designer with an architectural, experimental approach to format and design narrative, Boom has created more than 300 books, including Cooper Hewitt’s own collection handbook. In 2011, she became the youngest-ever recipient of the Gutenberg Prize for her artistic achievements.

Photo by Rob Bennett for Angela Jimenez Photography

About 'Game Changers'

“Game Changers” is a new program of conversations with influential and innovative practitioners, thinkers, and industry leaders across design disciplines. The series launched in April 2015 with a conversation between Cooper Hewitt Senior Curator of Contemporary Design Ellen Lupton and Tim Brown, CEO and President of IDEO, a world-renowned innovation and design firm. 

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