First impressions depend on energy, engagement, and experience. An inspiring workplace is the personification of a good story, a compilation of brand, culture, and mission brought to life within a space where first impression counts. The front door is the ideal place to promote company culture and create brand connections for both guests and employees. … Continued
The design firm’s international, peer-driven awards program honors contributions from architects, designers, and technicians.
Junior Designer Toyin Adebiyi shares the serendipitous path to her career at IA Interior Architects. Link
From square footage completed to new traditions established, take a glance at our year in numbers.
From trading floors to tellers to bank cafes to in-house software labs, IA’s portfolio traces more than 30 years of evolving financial services design.
Tell us how you interact with the built environment where you work, shop, and receive care.
IA Principal and Director of Workplace Strategy Tish Kruse pens tips to help clients receive the most effective proposal responses. Link
Workplaces that support the creation of networks can promote satisfaction, and happiness, at work. Link
Consider investing in a test work environment to augment your organizational change management strategy. Link
The process of listening to our clients reveals more about new workplace needs than a design request. Link
My love for the world’s oldest building discipline prompted a mid-career pivot to marry what I loved and what I knew. Link
Larry King, AIA, exemplifies commitment to growing the practice of interior architecture at IA that dovetails with his alma mater’s commitment to education and professional development. Link
The way we work today underscores infrastructure, amenities and community.
The design veteran has joined IA to lead the firm’s success and growth in the South Florida and Latin America markets.
The workplace of the future may not look like the Jetsons’ office, but will change indefinitely based on how you define it.
IA took to Twitter to talk about work, cultural values, and corporate culture with the author of the New York Times article challenging the American workplace and its support of caregivers.
Our friends and clients round out the 50 Best Places to Work list, as identified by Glassdoor.com.
Defining your organization’s goals with these four key points will help you deliver a successful work environment.
A successful workplace strategy starts with a foundation in qualitative and quantitative information.
Take our brief survey, and share your thoughts on the past, present, and future of interiors.
Why the decision making methodology you establish for your project can be the difference between success and failure.
As the data revolution transforms business, predictive analysis rises as one of the next generation methods for improving real estate and workplace services.
The peer-driven, firm-wide IA|Act Awards program recognizes IA team members doing exemplary work.
As change becomes the new constant, products and services in corporate real estate are shifting in unexpected ways.
Real estate and facilities management practices and processes are reorganizing to handle increasingly complex and dynamic real estate portfolios.
As the financial services sector continues its process of reinvention, a new generation of banking employees and work environments signals the dawn of a revitalized industry.
Life experiences from some of the world’s brightest minds recharged my approach to the practice of workplace design.
Workplace planners and designers need to establish a system of analysis that supports continuous change.
Form, interactivity, boundaries of place, and wellness are a few of the factors changing the modern office.
At the chapter’s Awards of Excellence gala, David Bourke was recognized with the 2015 Service Provider Leadership Award.
How should designers of the workplace practice interior architecture to best support changing businesses?
Workplace strategy can be defined through varying lenses in a subjective school of thought.
Strategist Terry Huang outlines the lenses through which the modern workplace is designed.
The first female managing director in IA history manages and operates IA’s flagship office in Los Angeles.
The managing director of the firm’s office in Dallas talks about the role of women in architecture and real estate, gender balance at IA, and champagne.
The managing director of IA’s office in Washington, DC, holds nearly 36 years of experience in interior architecture.
The managing director of the new Toronto office brings years of multi-cultural professional experience, and a passion for education and wellness to the firm’s North American presence.
The Managing Director of IA’s Denver office brings 27 years of design experience and a passion for environmental graphics to the firm’s practice in the Rockies.
The newly appointed Managing Director of IA’s office in Seattle shares professional development tips for interior designers in the architecture world.
Ginett oversees IA’s presence in the Carolinas as the managing director of the firm’s offices in Raleigh and Charlotte.
The Managing Director of IA’s newly established Portland office is passionate about designing workplace environments that help people flourish.
The Managing Principal of IA’s Boston office is one of 10 women leading the firm’s global architectural and interior design practice.
Mobility in the office provides opportunities for disruption—or the advancement of idea sharing and communication.
With a workforce that is living longer, the need for continuing education and the nature of careers is altering workplace dynamics.
With the non-committal nature of the pop-up world and demand for individual control, mass customization is going mainstream.
Technology and its continued facilitation of idea sharing will define a more fluid workspace.
As the workforce increasingly tracks activity for personal goals, data from wearables provides additional insights for workplace consultants.
IA Executive Directors David Bourke and Tom Powers take note of 2014 milestones and plan for a robust year ahead.
Julio Braga, IIDA, LEED AP, was inducted this year as the association’s Acting President for the 2014/2015 term.
To accurately assess the impact of design in the workplace, the framework of examination must be redefined.
Design professionals need to initiate a shift in the discussion from productivity to organizational performance.
IA’s Kristen Streeter shares her favorite ways to give back to approximately 700 IIDA members and their respective design communities.
Temporary solutions can support a forward-thinking company that has outgrown its existing workplace.
IA’s Trey Champion reflects on his time presiding over the organization’s state chapter.
Part III of III: IA’s founder and CEO David Mourning talks about the principles on which IA is founded.
Part II of III: IA’s founder and CEO talks about the first national services agreements, a strategy that led to the founding of the firm.
Part I of III: IA Interior Architects’ founder and CEO talks about his early career that paved the way for IA.