Mid century modern!

Be sure to stop by the Cablik Residence on the Modern Home Tour of Homes, on June 10 and 11.  As an extra feature, this mid century modern renovation will feature mid century modern furniture by City Issue.  Look for City Issue’s furniture, as well as accessories like lamps, side tables, vases, and other art.  If you love mid century modern design, this home is not to be missed!  Tickets for the Modern Home Tour are available at Modern Atlanta.

Cablik building the “Design is Material” exhibit for Modern Atlanta week

2011 Modern Atlanta Week is only one month away!  Having participated in the event for several years, we can tell you this is THE year’s best event for modern design and Atlanta modern home enthusiasts.  This year, Cablik Enterprises is participating more than ever.   In working with the event’s coordinator, we have volunteered to help with the week’s Launch Party, held on Tuesday, June 7th.  The Launch Party will feature an exhibit entitled Design Is MATERIAL, which will feature a collection of various building materials that are often used in modern home construction.  Cablik Enterprises will be assisting Modern Atlanta with the construction of the actual wall used in this exhibit.


Curated by Matteo Caimi, MA Director of Architecture & Design, Design Is MATERIAL makes its inaugural debut in Atlanta on launch night in the form of a micro-exhibition/installation. Caimi describes Design Is MATERIAL as “… a curator’s dream. I want this exhibition to inspire visitors and open minds to other possibilities. Selecting materials, systems, and finishings are extremely important considerations in architecture and design, and we think Design Is MATERIAL will aid in making that process easy, informative yet fun, and a be rich experience come launch night. Design Is Material has a bright future in the United States, and each year Atlanta will benefit from the excitement to come.”


At first in exhibition-form, and in time, Design Is MATERIAL will gradually grow in depth and in scale, introducing the future, innovation, and a whole new way of imaging projects and the built environment, created especially for the trade and materials industry. The public is encouraged to witness firsthand this one of a kind micro-exhibition.  From the world’s smallest mosiac tile made of porcelain, acoustic wall systems made from sustainable materials, to bathrooms and kitchens from international brands like Antoniolupi and Ernestomedo, Design Is MATERIAL showcases the world’s next plateau in material trends, sustainability, architectural and interior systems, and design innovation.


Read more about the event at Modern Atlanta’s website.   We hope to see you there!