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The Leadership Experience: Presented by ASID (EXP) is the ultimate event for design professionals of all levels, from seasoned professionals to rising stars. EXP puts the spotlight on you by focusing on the idea that when you are your best self, you can successfully lead others.

JULY 18-20, 2019
LOEWS ATLANTA | ATLANTA

Experience learning opportunities custom-tailored for your individual goals, whether they include Leading Yourself, Leading Your Team, or Leading Your Firm, taught by experienced faculty presenters. The Leadership Experience offers a unique opportunity to spark creativity, growth, and self-improvement.

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SHANTELL MARTIN

ARTIST. INNOVATOR. CULTURAL FACILITATOR.

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: KNOW YOURSELF

Join artist Shantell Martin as she explores, through her work and philosophy, how creatives and non-creatives can discover their identity and the strength to be themselves.

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YOUR EXPERIENCE

ASID has disrupted the traditional conference format and has rethought how to best help you learn and advance in the profession. Discover Atlanta as you participate in experiential learning opportunities including curated design tours, health and wellness activities, and peer-to-peer networking events.

 

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SET YOURSELF APART
All EXP attendees will have the option to purchase a leadership skills assessment to tailor the EXP curriculum to your personal growth and needs. Knowing your leadership strengths will allow you to personalize your learning experience.

ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
Understand the qualities, development, and courage it takes to achieve your goals, and gain the best set of professional tools to make it possible.

EXPAND YOUR NETWORK
EXP is the place for you to engage with peers, thought leaders, and industry experts while expanding your network and learning from others.

THE EXPERIENCE FACULTY

The EXP faculty includes a curated mix of design industry leaders and experts in an expanse of non-design related industries, allowing you to gain new perspectives on how to set and achieve your goals.

 

 

Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director
Committee
Tamie Glass, ASID
Interior Design Program Director

 

 

CURRICULUM

EXP incites development through a rich blend of programming and personal connections. Through thoughtful disruption of your daily routine and process, EXP is the ultimate platform for career and personal growth.

 

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LEAD YOURSELF
Learn to be your own advocate, understand the ins and outs of the design industry, and set the groundwork for success as a person and an employee.

LEAD YOUR TEAM
Learn to nurture your employees, lead with forethought, and inspire those around you to perform their best work.

LEAD YOUR FIRM
Learn to think radically, expand your business thoughtfully, and stay true to your vision as a leader and designer.

LEAD YOUR CHAPTER
Exclusive for FY20 ASID Chapter Board Leaders: Learn to develop your chapter, make an impact on the local design community, and work in tandem with ASID HQ to provide the best possible outlet for professional education.

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Originally founded as the terminating stop of a major railroad, Atlanta has grown to be the capital of Georgia and a city with a wealth of history. The city is a global leader in commerce, finance, research, technology, education, media, art, and entertainment, and the perfect backdrop of inspiration and innovation for EXP 2019.

 

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Leadership Experience is guided by the perspective and feedback from our volunteer committee. Want to get involved? Email events@asid.org to learn more.
Vivien Chen, Allied ASID
Interior Designer, HoK

Amber Clore, ASID
Founder and CEO, A.Clore Interiors

Steve Hart, ASID, AIA, LEED AP
Principal, HLGstudio

Kelsey Kees, ASID, LEED AP
Senior Interior Designer, Young Office

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  • July 18, 2019 – July 20, 2019
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Chemistry as an Agent of Sustainability, Health, and Well-Being



Chemistry is the science behind sustainability. From healthy, efficient, and sustainable buildings, to light-weighting vehicles and medical devices – chemistry helps create the groundbreaking, innovative materials that designers depend on. This webinar will explore the advances chemistry is making possible in buildings and building products, how chemical companies are providing more information More

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Milan Fair Tests to See If Quality of Interior Design Affects Health Richelle H. ConcioApr 15, 2019 11:06 PM EDT

Apr 15, 2019 11:06 PM EDT

Salone del Mobile.Milano 2019: Design

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By the end of the year’s first month, Kathy Russel cited a number of different tips to achieve healthy interiors. Russel pointed out that people spend a significant amount of time in their homes. The writer explains that there are some things that might be seen as unimportant or insignificant could actually have a great impact on the people that inhabit the space.

Russel added, that some design elements could even trigger positive or negative emotions or memories, that might completely change or set one’s disposition for the day. Design elements that can impact health include light, air quality, room function, and furniture placement.

International architecture and design firm, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, agrees with the concept, highlighting the importance of Salutogenic design which is design centering on the wellness of the occupant.

The design firm cited examples such as good lighting, which could lower risks of headache or reduce blood pressure; and good planning with proper way-finding could mean less stress for a user of the space, as compared to a confusing space that is difficult to navigate through.

Putting these theories and concepts to test, Salon Del Mobile teamed up with furniture giant Muuto, Reddymade Architecture, and InternationalArts + Mind Lab of Johns Hopkins University’s Brain Science Institute.

During the 2019 furniture and design fair held in Milan, an interactive installation called “A Space for Being” was spearheaded by the Google VP of Hardware Design, UX, and Ivy Ross.

Google worked with Johns Hopkins team on a wristband that guests will use during the five-minute immersion in each room of the installation. The said wristband was made to measure body temperature, sweat, movement, heart rate, and breath rate.

“A Space for Being” is made up of three rooms designed with distinct differences. As the guests would enter each room, the wristband would record their physical reactions.

Reddymade designed each of the three rooms and were furnished with Muuto furniture. While each room was aesthetically appealing, the designs differ in theme. The “Essential” room features a cozy space with lush textures and warm tones. The playful room was called “Vital.” Lastly, the “Transformative” room featured cool undertones within its minimal space. Coordinated lighting and appropriate music were also played during room visits.

By the end of the immersion in the designed rooms, data was collected from the wristbands. Data was then interpreted and analyzed to determine which of the three rooms makes the guest feel comfortable or at ease.

The importance of the project is the accuracy of the choice that could be made for homeowners in determining which room would work for them. Gone are the days when people will have to work with what a setting imposes.

Since well-being, including physical and mental health, is shown to be affected by interior design, this technology and concept can eliminate a homeowner’s possible indecisiveness and promote higher efficiency in productivity while maintaining their health.

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