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2015 Conference Proceedings
Sukkanoe. A Hybrid Spiritual Vessel for Toronto
Gregory Marinic, Michelangelo Sabatino, March 2015
Synosia Towards the Medici Effect: Synthetic Thinking Approach To Generating the Medici Effect in Interior Design Projects
Joori Suh, March 2015
Synosia, the synthetic thinking approach, encourages students to develop critical eyes in evaluating current design and fosters expanding their design thinking to break comfortable boundaries.
Teaching Freehand Analytical Drawing: Strategy and Pedagogy based on Polanyian Philosophy of Knowledge for Millennia Design Students
Ryadi Adityavarman, March 2015
The poster proposal is a theoretical interpretation based on the philosophy of Michael Polanyi and its potential application in studio teaching for millennia design students.
Teaching Them to Weave: Preparing Textile Students for Long-Term Memory Retention
Nancy G. Miller, March 2015
A traditional textile course was changed using ‘experiential learning’ theory to one imparting essential textile information while supporting the tradition of ‘making’.
Technology, Practice, and Education: A Model for Mastery
Jeff Nordhues MID, Dana Vaux, March 2015
This paper proposes a new model for integrating technology into design practice and education overlaying the Revised Taxonomy with Polanyi’s Theory of Personal Knowledge.
The (un)Dead: Adaptive Reuse and the American Shopping Mall Activating History, Theory, and Design-Research to Mobilize Interior Futures
Gregory Marinic, Ziad Qureshi, March 2015
'The (un)Dead' is a research-based interior design studio which is currently analyzing and documenting the historical, cultural, demographic, and contextual conditions of dead/dying malls in the mid-continental United States in the I-35/I-45 interstate corridors. With an eye toward the potential for their adaptation and reuse, students of interior design are examining these underpotentialized places to leverage the social, spatial, functional, and organizational opportunities offered by an existing infrastructure—the shopping mall—as a socio-economically diverse community nucleus.
The Architects Room: Cultural Hybridity on Display and “In-between” at the Winterthur Museum
William Riehm, March 2015
The Architects Room is a representation of American decorative arts and material culture, shifting away from an Eastern seaboard focus and embracing more diverse, culturally hybridized perspectives.
The Definition of Interior Design: Is it Time for a Change?
Melissa Santana, March 2015
This study concludes that the phrase “sustainable development” should be added to the definition of an interior designer.
The Design, Building, and Testing of a Portable Homeless Shelter
Joan Dickinson, Kelsea Stafford, Krissy Klingenberger, Chasity Hanchey, Megan Dreyer, March 2015
The purpose of this research study was to build and test a portable homeless shelter designed by interior design undergraduate students.
The Historical Foundations of Efficient Office Design and Ergonomics
Terrence L. Uber, PhD, March 2015
This paper will discuss the historical precedents of ergonomics research and design of office furniture and interiors through a survey of historic trade catalogs, business journals and monographs.
The Physiological Effects of Window Decals on Pediatric Patients
Michelle Pinson, MS, Kristi Gaines, PhD, Debajyoti Pati, PhD, Malinda Colwell, PhD, Nicole Adams, PhD, Lesley Motheral, MD, March 2015
The relationship between nature-themed window decals and physiological processes was evaluated. The findings supported the idea that nature filled views may improve health-related outcomes.
The T-word: How are Interior Design programs tackling technology today?
Lisa Waxman Ph.D., Connie Dyar, Amy Huber, Kristin Maki, Doug Seidler, March 2015
This panel brings together administrators and educators from five CIDA accredited programs to discuss ideas and issues surrounding technology in their respective curriculums.
To Make or Fabricate: The New K-12 Classroom
Wendy Hynes, Cassondra Terlep, Chen Zheng, March 2015
This study is an exploration in classroom design considerations supportive of a new K-12 STEM learning environment.
Toile de Jouy: Three interpretations of a traditional French pattern
Lois Weinthal, March 2015
The traditional French textile pattern, Toile de Jouy is analyzed to understand its structure and in turn, how it translates into a contemporary language.
Transforming the Visitor Center for Tourism in the Smartphone Era: Case study using a persona-based user-experience design approach
So-Yeon Yoon, Nam Choon Park, March 2015
This case study explores an innovative way of redesigning a visitor center in the ear of smartphones focusing on today’s changing nature of the user experience in information-service spaces.
Understanding the Influence of Environmental Design on Physical and Psychological Safety of Psychiatric Patients
Sara Bayramzadeh, March 2015
This study investigates how some of the design implementations in psychiatric units influence the physical and psychological safety of patients.
Urban Loft on the Prairie
Kay Miller Boehr, March 2015
Use of Neuroscience in Interior Design: Impact of Lighting Color Temperature on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Subjects
Cherif M. Amor, Dr. Michael O'Boyle, Dr. Debajyoti Pati, Dr. Hou Jiancheng Duy Pham, March 2015
Impact of Fluorescent Lighting Correlated Color Temperature on Cognitive Functions of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Subjects.
Using the Charette Design Model to Bind Creativity with Technical Knowledge into One Cohesive Design Process
Steven B. Webber, March 2015
This presentation will share survey results and work examples of a charrette lending support to the premise that the charrette design model can be a valuable method to prepare interior design students to integrate technical knowledge into the creative design process.
Using the Charrette Design Model to Foster Connections amongst Peer Designers and External Allied Fields
Steven B. Webber, March 2015
This presentation will share survey results and work examples of a charrette experience, lending support to the premise that the charrette design model can be a valuable teaching tool to prepare interior design students for a cross-collaborative professional environment.

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