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The Globalization of Design

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Monday, April 10
11:30 AM
Komatsu Ramen
3951 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64111
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The Globalization of Design

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Monday, April 10
11:30 AM
Komatsu Ramen
3951 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 64111
$20
Buy Ticket → Buy Ticket →

The Globalization of Design

In a world that seems to be shrinking by the minute, what are the real issues that confront designers today?  Explore cross-cultural, political, and resource boundaries with KC Design Week as we dive into the idiosyncrasies of a global economy and its impact on how designers do design. Komatsu Ramen will be hosting this Designers Who Lunch and Peter Sloan, AIA, RCID of HOK Kansas City will be providing the thought provocation!

Ticket Details
$20 in advance | $25 at door
Lunch included in ticket price. KCDW will be in touch with participants to coordinate menu selections prior to the event date.

Event Schedule
11:30 AM - 01:00 PM: Lunch + Conversation




  • Peter Sloan

    Peter Sloan, AIA, RCID, is director of interior design for HOK’s Kansas City office. He specializes in workplace strategy and design.

    Over the past three decades, Peter has embraced an “inside-out,” humanistic design philosophy. As a strategic partner for his clients, he brings an innovative but business-minded design approach to projects. He helps clients and building users identify their space needs and provides flexible solutions focused on long-term value.

    Peter’s experience includes a diverse group of project types ranging in size from 500 square feet to more than 500,000 square feet for legal, creative, nonprofit and corporate clients.

    Peter has played an integral role in the growth of several Kansas City area nonprofit organizations, including The Rabbit Hole, Brookside Soccer Club, the KC STEM Alliance and the Center for Architecture & Design. He is a past president of the Kansas City Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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