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2015 Conference Proceedings
A cross-cultural study of luxury concept and luxury color in retail interior design
Ji Young Cho, Eun-Jung Lee, March 2015
This paper is a discussion about cultural differences in the concept of luxury and matching color combinations for the concept of luxury in retail environment.
A Poetic Pairing
Angela McKillip, Jeff Hazard, Stacey McMahan, March 2015
A Qualitative Inquiry of the Impact of Hospital Lobby Design on Wayfinding Performance
Suining Ding, March 2015
This study examines the impact of physical environment design on wayfinding performance in hospital lobbies. The methods are behavioral observations and interviews.
A Studio Foundation for an Evolving Discipline
Kimberley Furlong, Marie Gentry, PhD., March 2015
If interior designers are to lead innovation and evolve in response to societal and technological changes, we must provide a foundation that empowers them with diverse design thinking skills, design agility and confidence.
Agents of Change: Exploring Diversity and Creating Meaningful Learning Experiences Through A Culturally Immersive Studio Project
Angela R. Boersma , March 2015
This presentation highlights student work based on an immersive week of study on the Pine Ridge Reservation, which culminates in a design project focused on a public memorial and museum for a diverse global audience.
Aging in place in a net zero energy, 1920’s bungalow
Zoohee Choi, Denise McAllister Wilder, Lisa VanZee, March 2015
The poster presentation introduces a multi-disciplinary design project which combines a net zero energy and universal design solution in a 1920’s bungalow.
An Analysis of the Acceptable Terminal Degree in Interior Design
Beth R. Miller, Lyndsey L. Miller, March 2015
Analysis will determine if interior design program chairs have a preferred degree credential for candidates seeking full-time or full-time tenure track positions at their institution.
An evaluation of the effects of external writing feedback on design specific writing skills
Sarah M. Urquhart, Marta Halaczkiewicz, March 2015
Writing instruction receives little emphasis in the design classroom. This study evaluates the effect of writing feedback on design specific writing skills and the correlation with design skills.
An Interior at Home in its Site: Learning from Precedents
Kimberley Furlong, Krista Whitson, March 2015
An Investigation of Furniture Use by College Students in a University Library Quiet Zone
Shannin Williams, Sally Ann Swearingen, Dr. Mitzi Perritt, Dr. Ray Darville, Dr. Lynda Martin , March 2015
Characters (with spaces) 168 Words 24 Unobtrusive observations of users in a university library quiet zone revealed a seating preference for study carrels, location near daylight, and access to electricity.
Are we achieving our goals with green school buildings?: Comfort, mental health, and the pro-environmental awareness of 5th graders in green and non-green buildings
Jung-hye Shin, Joy Huntington , March 2015
This study cross-examines LEED certified and non-LEED certified elementary schools in the Midwest focusing on their IEQ, overall comfort, mental health, and pro-environmental attitudes of the students.
ART in Today's Work Environment
Denise McAllister Wilder, Wendy Hynes, March 2015
Summary of contemporary conclusions to the Attention Restoration Theory explores variables incorporated in a modern workspace to create a restorative experience while allowing workers to return to the task at hand with renewed vigor.
Assessment of Millennial Interior Design Students' Perceptions Concerning Game-Based Learning
Jessica R. MacKenzie, Dr. Stephanie Clemons, Dr. Kenneth Tremblay, March 2015
This presentation is an assessment of Millennial-aged interior design students' perceptions and experiences with game-based learning as part of a lecture-based course redeisgn.
Barriers to energy efficient behaviors in high performance office buildings
Julia K. Day, Ph.D., March 2015
A mixed-methods study was conducted to better understand occupant behaviors, environmental satisfaction, and learning in high performance buildings. Barriers to energy efficiency were identified.
Booma Table Lamps
Jiangmei Wu, March 2015
Building a Case for Residential Aquaponic Integration: An Environmentally Conscious Interior Design Perspective
Christopher Cooper, Haroon Sattar, March 2015
Presentation is the study of integration of Aquaponics eco-technology into the kitchen of residential space from sustainable design perspective.
Building Relationships through Collaboration
Mia Kile, Ken Robson, Hans Butzer, March 2015
This study investigates the outcomes of collaboration as a critical force that helps leverage the skills of many individual professions to the benefit of the stakeholders.
Business Not as Usual: Attracting and Retaining Internship Providers
Kenan A. Fishburne, March 2015
Internship providers provide valuable survey responses for interior design programs to use in reviewing and making changes that will promote provider retention in a new economy
Changing the Course of History: Revising the Design History/Theory Sequence
Patrick Lee Lucas, Sophie Good, Jessica Funke, Eunyoung Kim, Sabrina Mason, Anne Prather, Helen Turner, March 2015
The teaching team of five will share their collective experience of the course revisions and outcomes in a panel session to encourage dialogue around alternative pathways to history/theory instruction of benefit to students, all the while meeting CIDA requirements. Rather than iterate through a traditional presentation, each panelist will conduct a teaching moment – pecha kucha style – to guide the audience through the approach. Through this “informance,” we introduce the schematic for the pair of courses and speak to data gathered to measure student comprehension and application of course materials.


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