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2020 Event Schedule

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Greg WaltonCEO and Founding PartnerStudio Dado Inc.

Greg Walton, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP. FIU Mentor. Dad to Enzo the Italian Greyhound. Greg defines success as living with passion and purpose - and his passion and purpose happen to intersect at cruise ship interior design. A celebration of his professional and personal accomplishments, Greg established Studio DADO as a home base and gateway through which he could combine his love for travel, art, and creation.

 

Greg has always had an eye for beauty and an appreciation for functional­ity. His knack for purposeful design made his transition into hospitality and cruise ships a seamless one, stemming from work in 1989 on the original Crown Princess to more recent projects like the Seven Seas Explorer for Regent Seven Seas Cruises, otherwise known as "most luxurious cruise ship ever built."

 

The son of a US Navy Officer and President Cruise Lines document coordinator, Greg credits his bloodline with his instinctive affinity for cruise design and the high seas. Through journeying everywhere from The Himalayas in Tibet to Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro, Greg has been able to harness a delicate and thorough cultural literacy that is clearly marked in his work. To date, Greg's favorite project is dining room he designed for a private residence in Lyford Cay, Bahamas that he says is "akin to walking inside of a musical jewelry box."

 

 

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