Dinner by Design Celebrates Innovation, Benefits New Designers

 

It’s always exciting to attend Dinner by Design’s Cocktail Art evening to witness innovation at work – and imagine what the gorgeous tablescapes on display might look like at home.

Featuring 18 designers this year, talented mixologists, and benefitting both the Visual Centre for Arts and Design and The New Leaf Project, Dinner by Design 2016 didn’t disappoint.

Here’s a birds-eye view of the evening and some of the stunning rooms on display. Check out the full Flickr Dinner by Design collection here.

A full house for Dinner by Design - photo by Cathy Browne

A full house – photo by Cathy Browne

Dinner by Design Cocktail Art night - photo by Cathy Browne

Dinner by Design Cocktail Art night – photo by Cathy Browne

Dinner by Design - photo by Cathy Browne

A sophisticated tablescape – photo by Cathy Browne

Think of this in your home - photo by Cathy Browne

Think of this in your home – photo by Cathy Browne

A vibrant table at Dinner by Design - photo by Cathy Browne

A vibrant table – photo by Cathy Browne

Elegance personified at Dinner by Design - photo by Cathy Browne

Elegance personified – photo by Cathy Browne

 

Cathy Browne

About Cathy Browne

I’m a lifestyle, travel, and events photographer who just happens to be legally blind. I use my camera to capture and share things I don’t see.

I’m also a veteran PR gal and accessibility advocate. I love the West Coast, and I’m proud to call Vancouver home.

I love everything Apple, writing, photo-walking, travel, food and wine, hot sake, politics, my cats, CBC Radio, trivia and hugs.

One thought on “Dinner by Design Celebrates Innovation, Benefits New Designers

  1. awesome

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