If you’re new to @Home with… this is the spot to check out every week where we’re highlighting community members and staff associated with Midtown’s Detroit Center for Design + Technology. Stay connected with us and say hello to Bilge Nur Saltik, a designer, curator and educator based in Detroit. She founded Form & Seek, a design studio that creates and curates uniques crafted products and experiences. Notable clients include Le Bon Marche, Cariuma, Paşabahçe, Kwambio and Shanghai Glass Museum. We caught up with her @ Home and here’s what we learned:
@Home with Bilge Nur Saltik
Bilge Nur Saltik is a designer, maker and educator. You might recognize her as the director of creative design studio Form & Seek or as director of Industrial Design program at Lawrence Technological University’s College of Architecture and Design. Here’s how she’s being creative at home.
DCDT: Where are working from these days?
NS: “I have a small home studio in my current apartment and these days I am glued to the chair. I have a short route between the kitchen and my studio, it makes things easier.”
DCDT: What’s the best part about working from home? The hardest?
ARC DESIGN STUDIOS
Founder, Amanda Curtis
Lawrence Technological University's Detroit Center for Design + Technology presented our Holiday Window Walk in Capital Park, Detroit this past winter to give local designers the opportunity to engage the community through store front windows during the month of December. Through public, social media and professional judging, we awarded our first place prize of $1,000 to Amanda Curtis, Founder of ARC Design Studios for her work with City Bark!