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For the after-party, Iceculture created an eight-foot ice wall at the entrance of the trading floor. Iconic shapes from Karim...

For the after-party, Iceculture created an eight-foot ice wall at the entrance of the trading floor. Iconic shapes from Karim...

To bring a Studio-54 vibe into the Greektown store, Kehoe Designs brought in gold drapes, shimmering bars, and disco balls. Photo: Liliane Calfee

To bring a Studio-54 vibe into the Greektown store, Kehoe Designs brought in gold drapes, shimmering bars, and disco balls. Photo: Liliane Calfee

The after-party took place at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, where buffet stations were set up in front of a glowing gold backdrop.  Photo: Sean Twomey/2me Studios

The after-party took place at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, where buffet stations were set up in front of a glowing gold backdrop. Photo: Sean Twomey/2me Studios

The Shedd Aquarium in Chicago hosted its annual gala this year during what turned out to be the wettest June in Illinois history. In addition to tenting the terrace area of the party space, organizers took the extra step of securing umbrellas for guests to use as they checked in, to set a tone for hospitality.  Photo: Nick Jamison for Event Creative

The Shedd Aquarium in Chicago hosted its annual gala this year during what turned out to be the wettest June in Illinois history. In addition to tenting the terrace area of the party space, organizers took the extra step of securing umbrellas for guests to use as they checked in, to set a tone for hospitality. Photo: Nick Jamison for Event Creative

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Organizers created a red balloon canopy in the hallway leading to the patio. Photo: George Pimentel

Organizers created a red balloon canopy in the hallway leading to the patio. Photo: George Pimentel

David Stark's design for Cooper-Hewitt's 2011 National Design Awards was dominated by the use of fluorescent tape supplied by 3M. In addition to an installation that displayed a scale version of the art institution's Upper East Side home, the cocktail hour had a wall where gala guests could draw or write about what design means to them using brightly colored adhesive strips.

David Stark's design for Cooper-Hewitt's 2011 National Design Awards was dominated by the use of fluorescent tape supplied by 3M. In addition to an installation that displayed a scale version of the art institution's Upper East Side home, the cocktail hour had a wall where gala guests could draw or write about what design means to them using brightly colored adhesive strips.

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