National Building Museum

Talk: Technology and Disruption in Design Spaces

Monday, June 24, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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McCormick-HQ-Photographer-Eric-Laignel-Interior-Architects.jUnderstand why the built environment is on the verge of a major change as trends relating to technology and human welfare converge. Stephen Beacham, AIA, IIDA, principal and director of design for interiors in HOK’s Washington, DC studio, Holly BriggsAIA, LEED AP BD+C managing principal, IA Interior Architects, and Teresa Rainey, PE, LEED Fellow, director of high performance design, EYP, explore emerging trends impacting the interior design industry and business practices, such as the need for designs to be more adaptive to needs, wants, and moods of occupants as spaces become more interactive, in a program moderated by Susan Chung, Ph.D., director of research, ASID.

0.1 CEU (IDCEC) / 1.0 LU AIA

$12 Museum and ASID Member | $10 Student | $20 Non-member

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McCormick's Global HQ in Hunt Valley, Maryland with interiors designed by IA Interior Architects, was built for flexibility and collaboration. The The facility connects employees across the globe, and has technology integrated into every aspect of the 350,000 SF space. This includes a 60-foot-tall, 20-foot-wide display screen in the atrium that projects videos and images celebrating McCormick’s innovation, global supply chain, and sustainability journey. Gold mobile artwork by Michael Murphy. Photograph by Eric Laignel. Courtesy of IA Interior Architects.

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