The e-series, “IDC National Panel Discussion Program” will explore issues in interior design and possible solutions in the current and post-COVID-19 workplace. Each of the three panels will center on a different issue in interior design and will take place online. Registration is free for members.
“Future of Work: Re-defining a human-centered purpose of the workplace,” takes place at 5:00pm EST on Thursday, October 22nd, with guests Dr. Allan J. Hamilton, Regents Professor of Neurosurgery at the University of Arizona, and Joel Sanders, Principal, MIXdesign. Moderated by Tracy D. Wymer, Vice President Workplace, Knoll, the panel will discuss isolation fatigue and how returning to the workplace can contribute to re-socialization.
The second panel, “Design and Mental Health: Helping people feel safe at work” is scheduled for November 19th, and the last panel, “Future of Design: Practical field guide to safety in the workplace” takes place on December 10th.
RSVP to “Future of Work: Re-defining a human-centered purpose of the workplace” here.
Interior Designers of Canada is a national advocacy group for interior designers and has more than 5,000 active members. The organization hosts multiple events a year related to design and the interior design profession.