ID Connections

Insights from IDC Community Leaders

Published by Patrick Voisin, November 14, 2017.

From research-backed, tech-driven, people-centric design, IDC members continue to push the boundaries of excellence in interior design and IIDEXCanada 2017 is excited to have several members sharing their insights at this year’s show.

Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge joins IIDEXCanada as a keynote to discuss the process of designing Bisha, a luxury hotel and residences that opened this summer in Toronto’s entertainment district.

Annie Bergeron will bring us Gensler's 2017 Design Forecast via her seminar ‘Designing the Experience-Driven Life’. Uncover the universal drivers of great experiences and innovative design solutions that contribute to shaping the human experience.

Learn the latest in workplace innovation strategies that Inger Bartlett and her multi-disciplinary team implemented on the design of global advertising agency McCann’s 60, 000 sq ft Toronto offices.
Gain insights from Melissa Beresford, Deloitte’s Director of Interiors and Workplace Strategy on how she and her team turned the company’s employee value proposition into a design strategy that promotes an engaging company culture that fosters and attracts top talent.

IA’s Beverly Horii will lead you through the case study behind the design of the Scotiabank Digital Factory and the processes her team went through to evaluate client and cultural needs, through to site and partner selection, culminating in a tour of Scotiabank’s dedicated digital production facility.

These are just a few of the amazing talents, drawn from IDC’s membership, who will be speaking at IIDEXCanada 2017 in two weeks.

Register for these and other design seminars that will help take your practice to the next level.

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