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2015 Conference Proceedings
for lucy and yard sale
Roberto Ventura, Joshua Poteat , March 2015
Fostering Effective Collaborative Partnerships in a Retail Design Studio
Matthew Holmes-Dallimore, Liam Colquhoun, March 2015
Cross-disciplinary collaboration is a critical element of a Retail Design course. Three project models will demonstrate three types of different collaborative partnerships.
Graphic Language in the Classroom: Integrating Graphic Design with Interior Design Studio and Graphics Coursework
Roberto Ventura, Susie Tibbitts, March 2015
With explicit instruction in graphic design, interior design students can critically engage the intersection of these two disciplines that is increasingly common in contemporary interiors practice.
Hanging Matters
Lois Weinthal, Jordan Evans, Evan Jerry, Ryla Jakelski, March 2015
High Tech or Low Tech? Analyzing design with an immersive environment
Li Han, March 2015
The goal of this research is (1) to understand the advantages and limitations of Immersive projection and (2) to understand how high tech and low tech methods can complement one another in design communication.
How are Practitioners Leveraging Technology in the Design Process? Implications for Design Education
Connie Dyar, Amy Huber, March 2015
Technology is increasingly central to interior design. Entry level designers are often expected to harness the full capabilities of Building Information Modeling (BIM), create photorealistic and often moving visualizations, and navigate up to 10 software packages in the process (Waxman and Tarver, 2013). As one practitioner stated “new softwares every year....can't keep up with it.” This study sought to better understand what software technology coordinators at large and small firms are currently using, what level of technology readiness is expected of recent graduates, how technology decisions are made and what trends firms identify as important for the future. The presentation is intended to start a dialogue on how to affectively keep up with the demands of the professional design community based on future trends including the importance of technology that aids in integrated project delivery.
Hybrid Spaces of Worship: Muslims in Atlanta
Zamila Karimi, March 2015
In the peripheries and in-between spaces of our urban areas Muslim places of worship become performative spatial markers in the cultural landscapes of our cities that provide a window into the social and religious life of these communities.
In Situ
Deborah Schneiderman, March 2015
This case study presents an in situ project designed and installed by Interior Design students, as part of an invited juried competition, at the SOFA 2013 art fair in Chicago.
Influence of Building Design and Construction on Occupant Health
Suchismita Bhattacharjee, March 2015
Built environment has significant impact on occupant health. The goal is to find association of design parameter such as carpet, wall covering, etc. with occupant health and how it relates to indoor environmental parameters.
Integrating Non-Design Majors into a Fourth Year Design Studio: Crafting a Collaborative Design Process
Nathan E. Bicak , March 2015
An interdisciplinary group of students collaborate for the research, design and construction of a tiny house.
Koolhaas and the Autonomy of the Interior
Jim Sullivan, March 2015
This paper examines writings and projects by Rem Koolhaas to illuminate the status and operation of interiors in his work. In sum, Koolhaas’s work proposes that interiors are autonomous from exteriors, and therefore are driven by their own tenets and desires for representation beyond the confines of their bounding structure.
Latitudes : Light : Retreat
Judy Theodorson, March 2015
A short studio project engages creative research at the intersection of light, place, and the human condition; the outcome is an office retreat for introverts.
Laying a Research Foundation for Building Technologies Class
Cathy Hillenbrand-Nowicki, March 2015
Traditional cited research papers translated to posters and accepted at a regional scientific reserach symposium were used to teach design students the value of traditional research in ID practice.
Lead or Be Left Behind: Innovation in Interior Design Programs to Meet Paradigm Shifts in Higher Education
Katherine S. Setser, Robin J. Wagner, March 2015
ID program administrators (public & private) and accreditation agency representatives will discuss impending changes in higher education and their innovative attempts to proactively “lead the change.”
Learning from Neuroscience to Teaching the Concept of Embodied Parti
Ryadi Adityavarman, Neal Hubbell , March 2015
The proposed study will investigate the notion of embodied mind and visual creativity through teaching the concept of parti in design education for students from the millennia generation. The paper will apply multiple approaches of theoretical perspectives from the current discoveries in neuroscience on the cognitive learning functions of the brain to the recent thoughts in philosophy on the interconnection between mind and body.
LEED version 4: Alignments with the profession of interior design
Amber Ortleib, Amanda Gale, March 2015
This poster will document the evolution of the LEED rating system, the goals of LEED v4, and the role of the interior designer in LEED Certification.
Lighting for the Generations: Bright Light; Right Light
Jessica Griesemer, Amanda Sloup, Vibhavari Jani, March 2015
The authors intention is to study the effects of lighting in the workplace.
Carl Matthews, Scott Biehle, March 2015
Making the Most of the Outcomes: Meaningful Methods for Translating POE Data
Lindsey Fay, EDAC, Allison Carll-White, Ph. D., FIIDA, FIDEC, March 2015
This presentation will illustrate a full cycle post-occupancy evaluation conducted in an emergency department to demonstrate methods of planning a POE, capturing meaningful data, and applying outcomes through a design charette. 
Material Air: Expansive Variety in a Downtown Library
Kevin Moore, March 2015
Filled with air-scattered light, vibrating sound and buoyant heat, air is an immersive medium. Here, a studio proposed an expansive range of air qualities for the renovation of a downtown library.

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