Meet the designers attending Future City 2019

Real estate's brain trust will gather Jan. 27-29 in the Bahamas

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2019 09:00 AM

Architects and designers including Pininfarina’s Paolo Trevisan, Kobi Karp Design’s Kobi Karp, interior designer and TV host Taylor Spellman, Danny Forster & Architecture’s Danny Forster and SOMA Architects’ Michel Abboud will participate in The Real Deal’s Future City 2019 this month. They will take part in educational sessions on topics ranging from innovations in home and office design to new trends in construction.

The designers will join a group of 200 C-level executives in the fields of development, tech, construction and finance to network with and learn from the top minds and biggest dealmakers in the country at Future City 2019, taking place at the Baha Mar resort from Jan. 27-29.

Some of our other confirmed attendees and thought leaders include: Don Peebles, John Catsimatidis, Anthony Scaramucci, Michael Stern, Morris Moinian, Sharif El-Gamal, Young Woo, Edgardo DeFortuna, Bob Knakal and more.

The industry is changing at a faster pace than ever before as a result of new technology, new sources of funding, new policies and new attitudes, and top thought leaders will be hosting workshops at the event enabling an understanding of these seismic shifts at a high-level, as well as their practical day-to-day applications.

In addition to 20-plus learning sessions, there will be programming to facilitate networking including golf, fitness activities, group meals and keynote speeches, cocktail events and plenty of other entertainment.

If you are VP level or higher, please email [email protected] for further details. Space is limited and subject to approval.


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