Set & Drift is proud to support The 2009 Gingerbread Collective: a charitable showcase of gingerbread houses built by over a dozen San Diego architects and designers. The event benefits local non-profit Second Chance, which provides job training and housing opportunities to assist with employment and self-sufficiency. Set & Drift's Sean Kelley experimented with a little baking to design the event's tasty 3-dimensional graphic (above). It's a tricky material for us creatives, and we are super excited to see the masterpieces that come out of this multi-discipline exhibition of creativity and collaborative networking.
Above: Sculptor Matt Devine's mid century modern "Case #22 Inspired Gingerbread House", feat. a frosty pool, edible shrubbery, and some seriously creative furnishings.
Below: Furniture designer/architect Miki Iwasaki of mi-workshop unveils COLLECTIVE LANDSCAPE, which considers how we live on our landscape and what it means to be a collective. He's crafted some reclaimed hardwood remnants to stand amongst a community of sculpted cookie and surreal candy living spaces.
A public showcase happens at Arclinea -- a modern Italian kitchen design showroom -- Thurs/Fri 12/10 & 12/11 from 6-9 pm. Or, if you want a more intimate viewing, gather with the builders for a cocktail gala the evening of Saturday 12/12, where the jury will announce the winners and guests can bid on houses to call their very own. Gala tix are $25 with 100% of proceeds benefiting Second Chance. Added bonus: tasty treats from spots like Starlite, Cucina Urbana, & Stone Brew will be served up at the gala as you meander through the maze.