El Dot Designs brings Pop-Up show to Winslow

The Charrette space on Bainbridge Island will host a Pop-Up show and shop by El Dot Designs during the month of May.

The Charrette space on Bainbridge Island will host a Pop-Up show and shop by El Dot Designs during the month of May.

El Dot is based in Poulsbo and is known for contemporary furniture and accessories handcrafted from sustainable materials like bamboo and reclaimed local woods. Their work combines simplicity and elegance while bridging the gap between traditional craft and technology. Their commitment to using design and the power of business as a catalyst for positive change has also earned them the B Corp. certification.

Charrette is a rotating gallery space located at 130 Winslow Way East.

Created by the partnership of Indigo Architecture & Interiors and Clark Construction, the space is offered to artists and designers in hopes “to foster the exchange of ideas and dialogue that explores the why, fueling our passions and bonding us together as community.”

The opening reception is 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, May 2 during the monthly first Friday Art Walk.

Weekly events during the El Dot’s tenure at the space will be announced at the opening.

 

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