Defined as unsolicited marking on private or public property, graffiti dates back to antiquity. Today, through strength of image, social relevance, and vibrant expertise the work of many street artists has achieved the high echelon of art form, publicly admired and sought after for private and community projects. Whether salvaged from demolitions or commissioned for specific projects, street art contributes a dynamic visual element to any venue and enjoys a wide audience for a variety of reasons. Here are a few examples of the use of graffiti in IA design solutions.
Architect and Digital Design Application Specialist Holly Kramer discusses IA Analytics, an innovative group of new data-driven tools that include shareable dashboards that take internal and client-centered communication about projects to a new level. Link
For a user-focused experience and a more efficient use of space, a global client reinvents its high tech environment. Link
Creative technology applications create experiences that connect users with a given space. Ali Ucer, IA’s Senior Experiential Graphic Designer, explains why this is a growing trend and how it improves the workplace experience.
The design firm’s international, peer-driven awards program honors contributions from architects, designers, and technicians.
How do you apply the power of workplace strategy and smart design to a company that does not yet exist? In January, at Future Offices NYC 2017—a two-day seminar focused on workplace evolution for corporate real estate and workplace decision makers—Principal Erik Hodgetts and Workplace Strategist Christine Kenline, both with IA’s New York office, teamed … Continued
IA recently completed a new workplace for Scotiabank in Toronto, designed to support the financial firm’s agilists, engineers, and technology developers—who in turn support more than 23 million customers in over 55 countries. To enhance productivity and attract top engineering and technology talent, the facility, dubbed the Digital Factory, functions as a collaborative team space … Continued
Glare, brightness, and wellness are top concerns. Link
IA’s design for Sonos is a carefully calibrated experience that supports brand, innovation, and mission through a flexible and scalable solution for global delivery.
Tell us how you interact with the built environment where you work, shop, and receive care.
IA Director of Design Intelligence, Guy Messick, AIA, will share at RTC’s Data Day the pressing need for companies within the A/E/C industry to embrace the big data revolution. Link
An IA experiential graphic designer illustrates the optimal balance between technology and human touch in wayfinding. Link
IA will exhibit its virtual reality project delivery platform at the inaugural conference showcasing retail and technology. Link
How do you design one workplace to empower four generations?
A focus on VR technologies and empathetic design goals provided context for our panel on workplace and the delivery of architecture and design.
Preview the SXSW 2016 panel “Reality Check: VR and AR in Workplace Design is Here” with the presenting workplace strategist.
Customized facilities—from mega data storage centers to trading floors and call centers—let clients strategize and choose the appropriate level of performance and security they demand.
The next step in virtual environments is showing clients how that space will be used by occupants in real time.
Take our brief survey, and share your thoughts on the past, present, and future of interiors.
IA’s workplace strategies practice tracks and connects space utilization and work flows for hundreds of thousands of square feet in real time.
Design Directors in Seattle, Chicago, and New York weigh the factors shaping the workplace design of today’s technology innovators.
As the data revolution transforms business, predictive analysis rises as one of the next generation methods for improving real estate and workplace services.
As designers and strategists of the workplace, IA has found VR to be a perfect fit for our Design Intelligence platform and client communication methods.
Part II of II: IA Workplace Strategist Shih Hua Liong joined the conversation around the future of workplace at the recent New York edition of WorkTech.
Part I of II: IA Workplace Strategist Shih Hua Liong joined the conversation around the future of workplace at the recent New York edition of WorkTech.
As human-computer interactions become increasingly mainstream, the act of socializing will take on different forms and blur the boundaries of the workplace.
Large format printers that utilize metals, ceramics, and biomaterials will produce affordable, closed-loop furniture that can be updated with zero lead time.
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 participated in Interior Design magazine’s inaugural event that considers the future of the industry.
IA’s Katelyn Hoffman describes Revit’s interface with three-dimensional site scans to reveal construction otherwise hidden details in an adaptive reuse project.
Implications of outsourced design are more impactful than bottom line considerations.
Using the latest BIM programming, IA Interior Architects delivers timely and accurate designs for an adaptive reuse project in San Francisco.
Three dimensionally modeling cantilevered volumes and interstitial stairs in Revit assures the property owner and end users of full compliance and objective delivery.