DIFFA/Chicago 2011 Dining by Design

DIFFA/Chicago Dining by Design Tablescape by Nate Berkus and Associates

Dinner and drinkware by Deborah Erhlich, Lobmeyr, Julia B and Christofle. All available at Kneen & Co

This year’s Dining by Design was a huge success!  DIFFA/Chicago put on the annual fundraiser, which attracted the best of design in the city, featuring wildly creative and beautifully executed tabelscapes.  The events – Cocktails by Design; Table Hop + Taste; The Student Design Initiative; and Gala – were all well-attended by the public and industry insiders alike.

Dinner and drinkware by Deborah Erhlich, Lobmeyr, Julia B and Christofle. All available at Kneen & Co

Congratulations goes to all the sponsors, participants and organizers, including the DIFFA/Chicago co-chairs, board and army of volunteers – their collective efforts presented a feast for the eyes and continued support for local service agencies serving individuals facing HIV/AIDS.

 

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