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ASID at the ICFF Session Bundle - ASID MEMBER ONLY
Session at only $25 each when you purchase five sessions! Registrant will be able to make session selections on actual registration form.
$125.00 $7.87
Fabrics and Tapestries: How to Choose the Best Solar Protection for Windows (May 17, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
This course helps attendees develop a better understanding of solar shade fabrics and the importance of fabric selection in both a residential and commercial space. By examining the advantages and disadvantages of fabric materials and compositions, attendees will learn how to classify various weave patterns and structures, recognize commonly referenced solar performance terminology and, most importantly, identify how to choose the best fabric for every project. Presented by Michelle Green and Staci Quirk of Lutron Electronics.
$40.00 $3.19
Fabrics and Tapestries: How to Choose the Best Solar Protection for Windows (May 17, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
This course helps attendees develop a better understanding of solar shade fabrics and the importance of fabric selection in both a residential and commercial space. By examining the advantages and disadvantages of fabric materials and compositions, attendees will learn how to classify various weave patterns and structures, recognize commonly referenced solar performance terminology and, most importantly, identify how to choose the best fabric for every project. Presented by Michelle Green and Staci Quirk of Lutron Electronics.
$30.00 $2.64
Community Impact on the Design Process: A Look at Whole Foods Brooklyn (May 17, 2 - 3 p.m.)
A decade in the making, Whole Foods Brooklyn celebrated its much anticipated grand opening in December 2013. Explore the development, design and branding process behind opening the first Whole Foods in Brooklyn. Learn how the company successfully connected with the local community and artisans and how the community helped to influence and drive the development of the space. Presented by Nathalie Gray of Whole Foods Market, Chris Harth of NYCUTLERY and Danielle Sanders of Whole Foods Market.
$40.00 $3.19
Community Impact on the Design Process: A Look at Whole Foods Brooklyn (May 17, 2 - 3 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
A decade in the making, Whole Foods Brooklyn celebrated its much anticipated grand opening in December 2013. Explore the development, design and branding process behind opening the first Whole Foods in Brooklyn. Learn how the company successfully connected with the local community and artisans and how the community helped to influence and drive the development of the space. Presented by Nathalie Gray of Whole Foods Market, Chris Harth of NYCUTLERY and Danielle Sanders of Whole Foods Market.
$30.00 $2.64
We Are What We Build: A (Pre)Cautionary Tale About Wellness (May 18, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
The use of chemicals of concern in the built environment impacts our own health and wellness, as well as that of future generations. Designers have both the responsibility and the opportunity to recalibrate these impacts by selecting healthy and non-toxic materials and finishes. This session will provide an overview of the substances commonly found in the built environment that have been identified by regulatory bodies as being potentially harmful to human health. Researcher Breeze Glazer, LEED AP BD+C, will share a design framework, supported by existing tools and research, to inform a strategic approach in specifying healthy materials and furniture, creating safer environments for occupants. Presented by Breeze Glazer, LEED AP BD+C, national research knowledge manager, Perkins+Will.
$40.00 $3.19
We Are What We Build: A (Pre)Cautionary Tale About Wellness (May 18, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
The use of chemicals of concern in the built environment impacts our own health and wellness, as well as that of future generations. Designers have both the responsibility and the opportunity to recalibrate these impacts by selecting healthy and non-toxic materials and finishes. This session will provide an overview of the substances commonly found in the built environment that have been identified by regulatory bodies as being potentially harmful to human health. Researcher Breeze Glazer, LEED AP BD+C, will share a design framework, supported by existing tools and research, to inform a strategic approach in specifying healthy materials and furniture, creating safer environments for occupants. Presented by Breeze Glazer, LEED AP BD+C, national research knowledge manager, Perkins+Will.
$30.00 $2.64
Collaboration Required: Reimagining the Loews Regency Hotel, New York (May 18, 2 - 3 p.m.)
The Loews Regency Hotel reopened its doors in January 2014 after a one-year, $100 million renovation that continues to evoke the spirit and traditions of the hotel's storied past while reflecting a contemporary luxury experience. Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels & Resorts, selected New York City's most talented design minds, including Rottet Studio and Meyer Davis Studio Inc., to carry out his dynamic vision of the reimagined Loews Regency. Rottet Studio and Meyer Davis Studio, both leading architecture and design firms, blended modern design with classic clean style that is fresh and crisp. Rottet Studio designed the lobby, guest rooms and two of the six Signature Suites, while Meyer Davis Studio designed The Regency Bar & Grill, two Signature Suites and the new state-of-the-art Julien Farel Salon & Spa. In this session, Lauren Rottet, Will Meyer and Gray Davis will discuss the inspiration and design process for their work at Loews Regency. The session will be moderated and guided by Luke Barr, Travel + Leisure news director and head of the publication's design awards. Presented by Luke Barr of Travel + Leisure, Gray Davis of Meyer Davis Studio Inc., Will Meyer of Meyer Davis Studio Inc., and Lauren Rottet, FAIA, FIIAD, of Rottet Studio.
$40.00 $3.19
Collaboration Required: Reimagining the Loews Regency Hotel, New York (May 18, 2 - 3 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
The Loews Regency Hotel reopened its doors in January 2014 after a one-year, $100 million renovation that continues to evoke the spirit and traditions of the hotel's storied past while reflecting a contemporary luxury experience. Jonathan Tisch, chairman of Loews Hotels & Resorts, selected New York City's most talented design minds, including Rottet Studio and Meyer Davis Studio Inc., to carry out his dynamic vision of the reimagined Loews Regency. Rottet Studio and Meyer Davis Studio, both leading architecture and design firms, blended modern design with classic clean style that is fresh and crisp. Rottet Studio designed the lobby, guest rooms and two of the six Signature Suites, while Meyer Davis Studio designed The Regency Bar & Grill, two Signature Suites and the new state-of-the-art Julien Farel Salon & Spa. In this session, Lauren Rottet, Will Meyer and Gray Davis will discuss the inspiration and design process for their work at Loews Regency. The session will be moderated and guided by Luke Barr, Travel + Leisure news director and head of the publication's design awards. Presented by Luke Barr of Travel + Leisure, Gray Davis of Meyer Davis Studio Inc., Will Meyer of Meyer Davis Studio Inc., and Lauren Rottet, FAIA, FIIDA, of Rottet Studio.
$30.00 $2.64
Man-Made Natural: Insights into the Authenticity of Materials (May 18, 2 - 3 p.m.)
In the world of materials, "real" is good and "fake" is bad, right? But, in today’s age of tree plantations, engineered lumber and bio board, what exactly does "natural" mean now? And are natural materials always a better choice than manufactured ones? This session explores these and other issues that influence our decisions about natural or synthetic material choices. Attendees will learn surprising truths about materials, confront their preconceptions and, ultimately, become more educated specifiers. Presented by Grace Jeffers, corporate consultant, design historian and writer
$40.00 $3.19
Man-Made Natural: Insights into the Authenticity of Materials (May 18, 2 - 3 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
In the world of materials, "real" is good and "fake" is bad, right? But, in today’s age of tree plantations, engineered lumber and bio board, what exactly does "natural" mean now? And are natural materials always a better choice than manufactured ones? This session explores these and other issues that influence our decisions about natural or synthetic material choices. Attendees will learn surprising truths about materials, confront their preconceptions and, ultimately, become more educated specifiers. Presented by Grace Jeffers, corporate consultant, design historian and writer
$30.00 $2.64
The Power of Pro Bono: How Designers Brought New Life to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (May 19, 10 - 11 a.m.)
See what happens when leading interior designers volunteer their time and expertise to redesign the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMHLI). Designers transformed 18 bedrooms, kitchen, breakfast room, five common areas, first floor restrooms and three laundry rooms into safe and comfortable spaces for families of seriously ill children. In this session, attendees with hear from the creative director of the project, Anthony Baratta, and partners on the design process required to complete the project and what they learned in the process. Panelists will discuss how design can enhance the human experience, the collaborative design process and the importance of pro bono work. Presented by Anthony Barrata of Anthony Barrata LLC, Matthew Campo of Ronald McDonald House, Beth Kimless Greene of Kravet, Marianne Howatson of Cottages and Gardens Publications and Drew McGukin of Drew McGukin Interiors.
$40.00 $3.19
The Power of Pro Bono: How Designers Brought New Life to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (May 19, 10 - 11 a.m. ) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
See what happens when leading interior designers volunteer their time and expertise to redesign the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMHLI). Designers transformed 18 bedrooms, kitchen, breakfast room, five common areas, first floor restrooms and three laundry rooms into safe and comfortable spaces for families of seriously ill children. In this session, attendees with hear from the creative director of the project, Anthony Baratta, and partners on the design process required to complete the project and what they learned in the process. Panelists will discuss how design can enhance the human experience, the collaborative design process and the importance of pro bono work. Presented by Anthony Barrata of Anthony Barrata LLC, Matthew Campo of Ronald McDonald House, Beth Kimless Greene of Kravet, Marianne Howatson of Cottages and Gardens Publications and Drew McGukin of Drew McGukin Interiors.
$30.00 $2.64
A New Spirit for a Worklife Place (May 19, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
The lines between home and work are blurring as individuals seek personal connections to their environments. Global trends point to people’s desire for an experience that encourages an urban and collaborative way of living. Key indicators tell us that there is a cultural shift occurring as people are becoming more focused on health and wellness, high performance and cultural authenticity. Four leading experts dive into a creative conversation discussing the overlap of work, lifestyle and community. Presented by Amy Chender of abc Home, Sonya Dufner of Gensler, Ken Pilot of abc Home and Thomas Vecchione of Gensler
$40.00 $3.19
A New Spirit for a Worklife Place (May 19, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
The lines between home and work are blurring as individuals seek personal connections to their environments. Global trends point to people’s desire for an experience that encourages an urban and collaborative way of living. Key indicators tell us that there is a cultural shift occurring as people are becoming more focused on health and wellness, high performance and cultural authenticity. Four leading experts dive into a creative conversation discussing the overlap of work, lifestyle and community. Presented by Amy Chender of abc Home, Sonya Dufner of Gensler, Ken Pilot of abc Home and Thomas Vecchione of Gensler
$30.00 $2.64
A Conversation with Contract Magazine’s 2014 Designer of the Year: Krista Ninivaggi (May 19, 2 -3 p.m.)
In this session, John Czarnecki, the editor-in-chief of Contract magazine, will have a conversational interview with Krista Ninivaggi, director of interiors at SHoP Architects based in New York. In January, Ninivaggi was named Contract's 35th Designer of the Year. In this conversation, Ninivaggi will discuss her role in quickly developing an interiors team at SHoP, as well as her experience leading interiors for projects as diverse as Barclays Center, workplaces, schools, restaurants, hotels, and multi-unit residential. With previous experience as an interior designer at Rockwell Group and AvroKO, Ninivaggi now collaborates with SHoP's leadership team to oversee the firm's interiors practice. By bringing the practices of architecture and interiors closer together within the firm, SHoP is actively, progressively redefining the known business model. Ninivaggi will offer lessons from both her design work and the business of interiors within a diverse architecture and design firm. Presented by John Czarnecki, Assoc. AIA, of Contract Magazine and Krista Ninivaggi of SHoP Architects.
$40.00 $3.19
A Conversation with Contract Magazine’s 2014 Designer of the Year: Krista Ninivaggi (May 19, 2 -3 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
In this session, John Czarnecki, the editor-in-chief of Contract magazine, will have a conversational interview with Krista Ninivaggi, director of interiors at SHoP Architects based in New York. In January, Ninivaggi was named Contract's 35th Designer of the Year. In this conversation, Ninivaggi will discuss her role in quickly developing an interiors team at SHoP, as well as her experience leading interiors for projects as diverse as Barclays Center, workplaces, schools, restaurants, hotels, and multi-unit residential. With previous experience as an interior designer at Rockwell Group and AvroKO, Ninivaggi now collaborates with SHoP's leadership team to oversee the firm's interiors practice. By bringing the practices of architecture and interiors closer together within the firm, SHoP is actively, progressively redefining the known business model. Ninivaggi will offer lessons from both her design work and the business of interiors within a diverse architecture and design firm. Presented by John Czarnecki, Assoc. AIA, of Contract Magazine and Krista Ninivaggi of SHoP Architects.
$30.00 $2.64
Mastering Presentations in the Workplace (May 20, 10 - 11 a.m.)
Effective presentation and public speaking skills are essential for ensuring success in work and life. This session will provide tips for successful interviews and clear and concise communications, and will teach attendees how to write effective presentations. Honing these skills will improve performance in creating and presenting engaging client demos, winning sales pitches and building trust with clients. Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, speak well, and engage others is extremely helpful for self-development, too. Presented by Jen Bruno, ASID Industry Partner Representative, national business development manager, Hansgrohe.
$40.00 $3.19
Mastering Presentations in the Workplace (May 20, 10 - 11 a.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
Effective presentation and public speaking skills are essential for ensuring success in work and life. This session will provide tips for successful interviews and clear and concise communications, and will teach attendees how to write effective presentations. Honing these skills will improve performance in creating and presenting engaging client demos, winning sales pitches and building trust with clients. Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, speak well, and engage others is extremely helpful for self-development, too. Presented by Jen Bruno, ASID Industry Partner Representative, national business development manager, Hansgrohe.
$30.00 $2.64
Using Knowledge to Innovate with Environmental Psychology (May 20, 1 - 2 p.m.)
This session will provide an overview of how research informs the creative process. Project examples will demonstrate the influence the built environment has on behavior, specifically health outcomes. Panelists will discuss how research can build your knowledge base — a powerful way to springboard your interior design career. Presented by Rosalyn Cama, FASID, EDAC of CAMA, Inc., Elizabeth Oshana, Allied ASID, of CAMA Inc. and Erin Peavey, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BC+D, EDAC of HOK Health Care Group.
$40.00 $3.19
Using Knowledge to Innovate with Environmental Psychology (May 20, 1 - 2 p.m.) - ASID MEMBER TICKET
This session will provide an overview of how research informs the creative process. Project examples will demonstrate the influence the built environment has on behavior, specifically health outcomes. Panelists will discuss how research can build your knowledge base — a powerful way to springboard your interior design career. Presented by Rosalyn Cama, FASID, EDAC of CAMA, Inc., Elizabeth Oshana, Allied ASID, of CAMA Inc. and Erin Peavey, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BC+D, EDAC of HOK Health Care Group.
$30.00 $2.64

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Join ASID at the ICFF May 17-20, 2014 during North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).

For the first time, ASID is partnering with the ICFF, for ASID at the ICFF, to present exciting collection of Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC)/Continuing Education Unit (CEU)-approved programming during the show’s run. The alliance bolsters the ASID and ICFF’s longtime commitment to continuing education.

For four days, the ICFF will host more than 29,500 interior designers, architects, retailers, designers, manufacturers, representatives, distributors, and developers. On Tuesday, May 20, the ICFF opens its doors to the general public, as well.

ICFF will host more than 500 exhibitors from all points of the globe to display contemporary furniture, seating, carpet and flooring, lighting, outdoor furniture, materials, wall coverings, accessories, textiles, and kitchen and bath for residential and commercial interiors.

Each individual education session qualifies for 0.1 CEU credit. 

ASID at the ICFF ticket purchasers must be registered to attend the ICFF. Advance trade registration is complimentary – until May 13. Trade registration is $60 – after May 13. Register today.


Cancellation Policy: Cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing by May 7, 2014. A refund of the conference fee, minus a $15 administrative fee, will be given for cancellations received by that date. No refunds will be granted for requests postmarked after May 7, 2014. Submit all requests to ASID Registration via email at events@asid.org. ASID regrets that refunds will not be given for no-shows. Substitutions are gladly accepted! Badge sharing, splitting, and reprints are strictly prohibited.

Special Offers/Discount Codes: Use of discount codes is only valid at the time of the initial purchase/registration. Refunds will not be authorized for existing registrations where the special offer was received after the initial purchase. Discount codes cannot be applied to already reduced/discounted registrations. Limit one (1) special offer/discount code per registration.

Substitution Policy: A transfer of your full registration is permitted prior to the conference by submitting written request to events@asid.org. Onsite transfers must be accompanied with proof of the original confirmation letter. Only one transfer is permitted per original registrant. The individual submitting the transfer request is responsible for all financial obligations (any balance due) associated with that substitution. Badge sharing, splitting and reprints are strictly prohibited.

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Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
655 W 34th Street
New York, NY 10001


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About the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS (ASID)

The American Society of Interior Designers believes that design transforms lives. ASID serves the full range of the interior design profession and practice through the Society’s programs, networks and advocacy. We thrive on the strength of cross-functional and interdisciplinary relationships among designers of all specialties, including workplace, healthcare, retail and hospitality, education, institutional and residential. We lead interior designers in shared conversations around topics that matter: from evidenced-based and human-centric design to social responsibility, well-being and sustainability. We showcase the impact of design on the human experience and the value interior designers provide. ASID was founded nearly 40 years ago when two organizations became one — an anniversary we will recognize in 2015 — but its legacy dates back to the early 1930s. As we celebrate nearly 85 years of industry leadership, we are poised to lead the future of interior design, continuing to integrate the advantages of local connections with national reach, of small firms with big and of the places we live with the places we work, play and heal.

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