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Zoe Bios Creative

- 108-110 S. Elm St.

Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)


At the zenith of an exciting year, Zoe Bios Creative is set to unveil the Fall 2017 collection in their new showroom space at the High Point Tile & Marble Co. next door to Suites at Market Square). Occupying the entire bottom floor of this architectural gem, ZBC infuses the 3000 sq. ft. space with the vitality, elegance, and variety that has become their trademark.

Taking a page from legendary shows like Art Basel, European chic mingles freely with a large dose of Californian flair to lovingly transform this landmark location into a hub of creativity. Towards that very end, and in keeping with the building’s tradition of craftsmanship, the new Zoe Bios Creative location will serve as an “art atelier” showcasing world-renowned photographers from new creative partners, Trunk Archive, as well as collaborations with established brands such as Eleanor Rigby and Selamat.

From our art house in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, we create original works on paper in editions of 100, with hand overlay that includes, aging, leafing, gesso and India ink. Bespoke framing beautifully offsets each piece. We also work with 40 artists globally to curate full-bodied collections for our clients.

“We are immensely excited to present our new projects and look forward to seeing you in our new location”.
The Zoe Bios Creative team

5pm - 8pm, April 13

Art Paradiso: Apertivo Golden Hour


Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Artist-led Zoe Bios Creative hosts an Italian-styled cocktail event inspired by the words of Margaret Bourke-White: A kind of golden hour one remembers for a life time...Everything was touched with magic. The event, open to interior designers and dealers, kicks off the introduction of new artwork, on display for the duration of the April High Point Market.

1:30pm - 2:30pm, April 15

To Showhouse or Not To Showhouse: Pros, Cons, Tips and What to Expect.


Shuttle Stop: 14 (Red/Green Line)

Participating in a designer showhouse can be an excellent opportunity to showcase your talent and products, as well as to gain media exposure, new client leads and sales. It can also demand a great deal of time and money. Tricks of the trade? Interior designers and showhouse pros Michael Berman, Michel Smith Boyd, Susan Jamieson and Justin Shaulis will answer these questions and many more. Join this lively conversation as they share the pros and cons, along with tips for creating design work to get you noticed. Moderated by ASPIRE DESIGN AND HOME magazine’s VP of Advertising & Brand Partnerships and veteran showhouse producer, Lori Sheldon. Followed by an open floor Q&A. Refreshments served. RSVP to lisa@lisamcmahon.com.