November 10, 2017
As the post-millennial Generation makes its way into college and the corporate world, it’s imperative for institutions and organizations to holistically grasp and comprehend not just the way Z’s learn, retain, and comprehend information, but the events that have shaped them and who they are. Our research covers the types of environments this generation thrives in, while learning and how colleges and companies can adapt and conform to meet the needs of Generation Z. The future students and professionals are coming, are we designing with them in mind yet?
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Clarus Glassboards/Mercury Contract
IDCEC number: 106711
* Breakfast Provided
November 9, 2017
To educate the importance of original design and dangers of supporting knock off design
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Brenna Hoover/Bernhardt
IDCEC number: CC-104227-1081
Join us before or after for mingle/happy hour 5:15 – 5:45 and 6:30 – 7:30
DIRTT | November 9th 7:30am-8:30am Breakfast CEU
“Build Better for Education” This course explores how manufactured interior construction solutions speak directly to the challenges designers face in developing and operating K-12 and higher education facilities. The advantages of faster project delivery; cost and time savings; quality control; and the ability to anticipate and address health, safety and welfare concerns all strengthen designers’ ability to create engaging, ﬂ exible spaces that extend and strengthen the lifecycle of an academic building.
November 8, 2017
Interface | November 8th 12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch CEU
“Materials for the New Now” This course will explore new, innovative, and alternative materials that are emerging for use in the fields of Architecture and Interior Design. The course will inspire, delight, and challenge every designer’s notion of what materials are available, and how they can be used on projects. Designers will see unique materials and familiar ones, and learn how they can be used together in unexpected ways, as well as learn how to source, utilize, and combine these materials. These materials will be examined in the context of current trends in the global design industry and popular culture, taking into account sustainability, advances in technology, globalism, and human emotion.
November 7, 2017
With Happy Hour: 5:00-5:30
Discover leather’s unique and fascinating history including its origins, helpful terms, and a useful education on the processes of creating the leather used today in projects across the globe.
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Beverly McAuley/Moore and Giles
IDCEC number: 105728
Humanscale | November 7th 4:00pm-5:30pm Happy Hour CEU
“Stand for Comfort” In this session we will explore key research findings on the benefits of sit-to-stand workstations and offer guidance on how best to integrate postural variation into any work environment. Common questions such as ‘How frequently should one stand throughout the day and for how long?’, ‘How much adjustability is required?’, and ‘What are the health implications associated with prolonged standing?’ will be answered. Research on potential health outcomes, productivity gains and cost savings will also be shared
November 6, 2017
An explanation about the “calibration specifications” that are followed when porcelain tile is manufactured; how the quality, variety of sizes, and intended use of the porcelain tile can affect the installation method; and the importance of surface preparation as the size of the porcelain tile increases. The presentation also covers how the grout joint size and the mortar type used can affect the performance of a large-format porcelain tile installation; and how an installation can be influenced by curvature, thermal movement, deformability and use of expansion joints.
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Mapei/Bob Dienstbach
IDCEC number: 101742
November 3, 2017
Define what laminate is and how it is made, look at industry standards and performance criteria, learn the various types and of laminate where they should be used, and understand the differences between low-pressure (TFM) and high-pressure laminate
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Jenkle Distributors//Shelby Lewis
IDCEC number: 103506
November 2, 2017
Focusing primarily on epoxy terrazzo systems, this presentation reviews the basic characteristics of terrazzo surfaces with a primary emphasis on its sustainable benefits.
Sponsor/Manufacturer: Terrazzo & Marble Supply; Mike Brawley
IDCEC number: CC-103724-1091
November 1, 2017
How to use color & design to address the cultural & economic shifts impacting the design of learning environments. The presentation focuses on the needs of the new student and educator and how design can be utilized to functionally respond to those needs.
Sponsor/Manufacturer: PPG/Rebecca Boyd
IDCEC number: 105800
Designation: Health, Safety, Welfare