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Best Places To Sleep in the Office
To Nap or Not … Here are five unique and inviting spaces to catch some shut-eye.
Episode 61: A Day in the Life of a Senior Designer
IA’s Melissa Carter sheds light on what it’s like to hold the dynamic, exciting, and important role of a senior designer.
Reflecting On My Time as IIDA New York’s 2016-2017 President
We follow up with IA Senior Designer Ginger Gilden on her experience.
Episode 60: Anatomy of a Good Podcast
Jennie Josephson, a producer of NPR’s podcast ‘Make Me Smart’, provides insight into what makes a good podcast and what gets people to listen.
Designing for a Sensory-Rich Work Environment
Emerging technologies allow for individualized control preferences to entice the senses.
Episode 59: How Interior Architecture Differs from Traditional Architecture
Roberto Rengel, author and chair of the interior architecture program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explains what makes educating for interior architecture different than traditional architecture.
Three Factors Accelerating Change in the Workplace (Part Two)
In part two of a two-part series, we take a look at work-life integration and destination workplaces.
Episode 58: City Scene in Washington, D.C.
IA Senior Designer Kristen Streeter highlights the fun and interesting aspects of the nation’s capital.
Three Factors Accelerating Change in the Workplace (Part One)
In part one of a two-part series, we explore how demographics and technology are accelerating major change within the workplace.
Episode 57: A Day in the Life of a Project Architect
IA Project Architect Alex Acemyan explains his day-to-day responsibilities as a project architect.
Sense-Breaking Makes Sense for Innovation
Navigating productive friction requires imagination for best outcomes.
Episode 56: Themes and Trends from NeoCon 2017
IA Design Director Neil Schneider provides a definitive recap of NeoCon 2017, the nation’s largest tradeshow for commercial interiors.