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I Hear Design: the i+s podcast

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The team at interiors+sources settle in to discuss recent news, interviews, and reviews in more depth than any other source.
193 Episodes
The pandemic brought healthcare to the forefront and the top of both local and global agendas. As 2021 plans for pandemic recovery, what will the future of the healthcare industry look like? CallisonRTKL's Angela Crum shares her insights into the new healthcare landscape. --- Support this podcast:
JSR’s Jane Rohde is no stranger to us here at i+s. Listen in to this episode as Jane explains how care models and improvements in the senior living market are at a tipping point due to the pandemic, which is driving change for the better. --- Support this podcast:
When it comes to the wellness conversation, perhaps no one is better suited to talk about its relationship to the built environment than our newest advisory board member, Jessica Cooper. In this episode, Jessica discusses how her work at the International WELL Building Institute is helping to impact change at a massive scale and where she sees the trend headed in the years to come. --- Support this podcast:
i+s board member Lindsay Wilson joins Robert Nieminen on this episode to talk about her passion for the workplace, and how the pandemic is accelerating change for the better. Join this conversation and learn more about Wilson’s design philosophy and what trends she anticipates in the years ahead. *Thanks to our sponsor, Mannington Commercial. --- Support this podcast:
HOK’s Director of Workplace Kay Sargent sits down with Robert Nieminen to talk about where she finds motivation in these trying times, the critical issues facing the profession, what trends we can expect to see ahead, as well as her professional and personal plans for the future. --- Support this podcast:
Joe Miller, a team member at JCJ Architecture, discusses his new leadership roles in the architecture industry, as well as his passion for youth outreach to further educate students on potential careers in the A&D realm. --- Support this podcast:
Guest Jane Rohde talks about her new CEU on resilient flooring with the Resilient Floor Covering Institute that’s available now on the interiors+sources website. Get a crash course on some of the material covered in this distance learning opportunity and learn some of the in’s and out’s about the materiality, sustainability and performance of resilient floorcoverings. *This podcast was created in partnership with the Resilient Floor Covering Institute. --- Support this podcast:
In this episode, guest Moira Murray of Ultrafabrics walks designers through the in's and out's of fabric specification for commercial design projects. From yarn construction, performance, cleaning and applications across different markets, Murray shares her insights so that specifiers can make the most informed decisions when selecting fabrics. *Podcast was created in partnership with Ultrafabrics  *The How to Specify Series is sponsored by Interface --- Support this podcast:
Specifying fabrics for healthcare environments can be daunting, especially in light of more stringent cleaning and performance protocols surrounding the pandemic. Members of the Association for Contract Textiles (ACT) join host Robert Nieminen to discuss important new guidelines and tests for specifying coated upholstery fabrics for healthcare settings. *Thanks to Interface, who sponsored our How to Specify series. --- Support this podcast:
Did you know felt is considered one of the oldest fabrics on record? In this episode, guests Steve Udolph and Taylor Hemmingway of CertainTeed talk about modern applications for this age-old and incredibly versatile material. CEU Opportunity: Felt: A Time-honored Material & Modern Acoustic Marvel *Created in partnership with CertainTeed --- Support this podcast:
In this episode, guests Royce Epstein and Ramie Vagal offer their insights into the role that carpet and flooring can play in protecting the health of people and the planet in the COVID era, as well as the inspiration behind their new collections. *Created in partnership with Mohawk Group --- Support this podcast:
In this episode, we're taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming and airing a podcast from our sister brand, Meetings Today, in which staff writer Danielle Lebreck chats with Kevin Dana, executive director of marketing and product development at CORT Events, about the design, guidelines and trends for meetings, events and tradeshows during the current and post COVID-19 world. --- Support this podcast:
In this episode, Designs for Dignity CEO and i+s Designer of the Year Jennifer Sobecki and D4D founder Susie Fredman discuss the non-profit's mission of empowering lives through pro bono design work. Find out how you can help support and celebrate D4D's 20th anniversary of changing lives one project at a time. --- Support this podcast:
In an attempt to work without distractions, remote employees are starting to utilize vacant hotel rooms as an alternative office away from home. NELSON Worldwide designers share their thoughts on why this trend is growing, along with tips for hospitality designers to make these spaces more work-friendly. --- Support this podcast:
Mohawk Group’s Smart City carpet collection reinterprets transit maps into soft surfaces. Contributing editor Sarah Kloepple explores this sustainably created flooring system with Mark Page, Mohawk’s senior director, creative design and development. --- Support this podcast:
Transira Window Solutions embeds a shade between panes of glass so that dust and germs can't stick to the shade. Editor in chief Janelle Penny explores the details with Gantt Miller IV, Winco's sales representative for Northern California, and product specialist John Iffland. --- Support this podcast:
Learn how you can easily deliver the benefits of natural light all while saving energy with the SYLVANIA Natural Series of LED lighting products with innovative TruWave Technology from LEDVANCE LLC. --- Support this podcast:
As the pandemic forced the cancellation of trade shows like NeoCon, manufacturers had to come up with new ways to introduce products, so Snowsound created a VR showroom instead. In this episode, Sam Barry talks to Chief Content Director Robert Nieminen about the design, functionality and plans for this new, immersive experience. --- Support this podcast:
Executive Vice President of Samuelson Furniture Michael Chalfin shares his top recommendations on the details designers and specifiers should keep their eyes out for when specifying durable furniture for hospitality spaces. --- Support this podcast:
In this episode, Chief Content Director Robert Nieminen talks to guests John Higgs, Brandon Carmichael and Mark Starling of Corgan’s MediaLab about their experience working together to film the 360 VR video of Mannington’s Design Center in Atlanta, including the technology and approaches they used to create this immersive experience. Take the VR Tour now. --- Support this podcast:
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