Come with HCD to the world trade fair for interior designers, visit our booth and a few interior design showrooms worked by our alumni on the NeoCon Hop with Harrington!
Meet at 8:30am Coffee and light breakfast in Harrington’s Lobby (200 W Madison) before departing for the Merchandise Mart at 8:45am.
Tour showrooms with Alumni Visit Harrington’s student-designed booth first, then the workplaces of three Harrington graduates (Momentum Textiles, Okamura and Andreu World). Afterwards, break out in groups to explore NeoCon as you desire.
Campus tour at 2pm Optionally return to Harrington at two o’clock. Learn what it takes to become a complete professional!
RSVP by June 5th by registering above.
For questions contact Kara Taussig at 312.697.8077!
What is NeoCon?
NeoCon is North America's largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors, providing over 40,000 architecture and design professionals with nearly 100 CEU-accredited seminars, association forums and top-notch keynote speakers. Discover thousands of innovative products and resources for corporate, hospitality, healthcare, retail, government, institutional and residential interiors from more than 700 showrooms and exhibitors.
Why Attend NeoCon Student Day?
With over three days of non-stop resources, energy and ideas specific to the industry, NeoCon is the single most important industry event of the year and your one-stop destination! Make an extraordinary event even more memorable by experiencing it with a group!
What Will I See?
- Architectural Products
- Building Products and Services
- Ceiling Systems
- Files and Storage
- Floor Coverings
- Stone and Ceramic Tile
- Sustainable Products
- Wall Treatments
Who Will I Meet?
- Harrington students, faculty, staff and alumni
- Industry Professionals
When & Where
Harrington College of Design
Harrington College of Design can immerse you in the complete professional process. Design is just part of it. We offer a holistic educational experience where you can learn both the business and creative sides of your profession. The basics of aesthetics, strategic thinking and concrete technical skills are taught by instructors who know what it takes. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to help you move forward in the fields of Graphic and Communication Design, Interior Design or Photography.