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Thursday, March 22, 2007

Residential Design and Construction 2007

Residential Design and Construction 2007 (previously known as Residential Design) is a two-day convention and tradeshow for the residential design and construction industry. "Through a variety of exhibits, workshops and events, RDC provides the residential design industry with access to the wealth of new technologies, products and services that have emerged in this industry over the past decade."

RDC offers workshops for both design and construction professionals and consumers. For architects, you will be able to get all of your AIA continuing education credits through these workshops. For consumers, you can get an insider's view of the planning, design, and execution of a residential construction project.

The keynote address, "Designing The Future of Design" will be made by Sam Grawe, editor-in-chief of Dwell.

There will also be an exhibit hall packed with over 270 display areas. No matter who you are, you'll discover something new in that hall.

In only its third year, it is the largest such event in the country. Pre-registration for the upcoming show is already 17% higher than what is was last year.

RDC is going to take place April 4-5 at the Seaport World Trade Center. Access to the exhibit hall is $15 for design and construction professionals, and only $10 (plus one free seminar!) for consumers that register before April 3 (it's $15 at the door, plus $10 per seminar). See their website for full details.

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