Of Thoughts & Process

Meeting spaces at IA's Toronto office.

“Interior Designer Beverly Horii, managing director and principal at the Toronto Office of IA Interior Architects, says her firm uses almost the exact opposite approach as Brunn: “We don’t like to have the big unveil presentation. More and more these days, we are collaborating with our clients, as well as with vendors and contractors, in work-shopping sessions, so that they are all part of the process. Clients often can’t define exactly what they need right away, so I believe it’s only in the process of collaborative iteration that you can uncover these things.”

 

i+D’s Brian J. Barth interviews thought leaders in Interior Design to learn more about their influences and methodologies, and speaks to IA’s Beverly Horii about her past, and how it impacts her work with IA clients.

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