SN108 - Interior Design Roundtable - Cross-Pollination: Embracing Inspiration from Alternative Disciplines

Thursday, December 5 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM « Back


Early Bird Price until Nov.8th: $105 | Regular Price after Nov.8th: $115

Interior design is a profession based on ideas meant to eliminate barriers between ourselves and our built environment, so it is wonderfully positioned to benefit from a mining of design inspirations that come from other industries, thereby breaking down conceptual barriers to create new forms, introduce emerging typologies, weave in themes, and more. Ideas cannot and should not be contained, and if designers open their strategies up to being influenced and inspired by diverse aesthetic disciplines such as automotive, fashion, food, music, athletics and others, they will unlock new resources of materials, behaviours and emotions that when fused together can increase our experiences and bring greater pleasure to our material and immaterial lives. Join us at the Interior Designer Roundtable to explore the potential of cross-pollinating design ideas and strategies that are too rich to be ignored.

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Credits:

BOMI 2
BSS 0
OAA 2


Education Tracks: Professional Skills | Strategy & Leadership

Event Type: Session > Session


 
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