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The company Neolith®, which produces Sintered Stone, is organising this event in a series of roundtables in different countries. The aim of these roundtables is to learn from the immediate situation we each find ourselves in currently, and begin to analyse together how the future of social and public life might unfold.There are new pressures on the way we use our homes, and challenges to using the physical spaces outdoors. As we begin to reuse schools, shops and workplaces yet more physical and social challenges will emerge. We will debate the responses in architecture, interior design and urban development in the short and medium-term.
We will first introduce ourselves and discuss how well we are handling new living and working from home situations in our own practices, and what approach we will advocate to those we will be advising on using space, based on health, social, environmental and other aspects. What solutions are architects looking at? What are the property and real estate implications in a world that is rapidly being converted to virtual events and online activities?. We trust that, together, we can contribute some positive analytical thoughts in order to find answers for the future. As this has not yet been covered, we will also look at the retail future.
Hospitality - Healthcare
How will the COVID-19 will affect to the Hospitality sector?
Wich challenges we will have to face in terms of desiging the spaces?
We will talk about this topics and more with recognized professionals on the sector.
In addition to being one of The Cousins on HGTV, John Colaneri stands out as a dynamic business maven in his own right. You've already seen the New Jersey native beef up and bolster homes across the U.S. with his cousin and best bud Anthony Carrino on their multiple hit shows on HGTV.
Now their latest endeavors are with the Ellen DeGeneres Digital team in launching original shows. John's journey has seen him build an extraordinary professional acumen along the way.
With 20 years of experience as an interior designer, Principal Nicole Smith brings a powerful ability to creatively address the challenges and opportunities of coordinating a complex network of designers, clients and partners to ensure the best possible outcome for any project. Her adeptness in analyzing systems, schedules and processes informs her understanding of how to effectively guide teams to work and communicate more efficiently.
Highly seasoned in leading multi-disciplinary teams through all phases of a project, and in delivering projects across a wide variety of clients and project types, Nicole is uniquely tuned to listen and respond to her client’s project vision and objectives. As a leader she leverages this diverse range of project responsibilities and hands-on expertise to strategically choreograph holistic and forwardthinking solutions that cohesively integrate the various aspects of a project.
Her drive and proven leadership in project management, profitability analysis and mentoring of rising designers, in addition to her sharp business acumen and collaborative spirit, makes Nicole an invaluable resource for clients and
Moses is a prolific Project Architect and Project Manager with an infectious enthusiasm for great design. He has honed his eye for detail and assembly through work on large science and technology facilities as well as healthcare projects.
His proficiency in multiple BIM (Building Information Modeling) software platforms, coupled with an indepth understanding of 3D visualization tools contributes to greater coordination between the entire design team throughout the life of a project
With earlier professional backgrounds in the Graphic Arts, Design Industry and the Financial Sector, Nancy Black & Brent Willmott respectively gained valuable knowledge that have contributed to the success of their Interior
Both were engaged in industries that gave
them broad skills in design balance, color theory, budget planning and project management. Brent and Nancy merged their creative efforts to establish Total 360 Interiors in 2002 and have since enjoyed a solid partnership. They now have a long history of comprehensive renovations from blueprint to complete finish out and furnishings in residential and commercial design.
Stephen Wells is a Principal of Hendrick, an interior design firm based in Atlanta specializing in corporate environmental design. Stephen is a graduate of The Collage of Charleston with a BS in Architecture and Art History and minors in business administration, drawing and painting. He also graduated from Georgia State University with an MFA in Interior Design.
After the completion of his graduate studies at Georgia State University in Interior Design,
Stephen launched his career here in Atlanta specializing in Commercial Interior Design. His
expansive knowledge with this field has come from over twenty years of experience as both a
practitioner and an educator, allowing him to provide innovative and creative solutions for both his clients and students.
As a design leader, Stephen has assisted clients with brand development and repositioning,
market research, program development and management, and real estate strategic planning
involving him in a variety of market sectors including; Corporate Office, Retail, Hospitality, Public Assembly, Education and Product Development. His project and product development work has been recognized and published by many of the industries’ leading sources and rganizations including Interior Design Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine, Hospitality Design Magazine, Contract Magazine, Retail Traffic Magazine, Retail Design & Visual Presentation Journal, ASID, IIDA and ICSC.
Stephen is also active in his community serving on the boards of and volunteering with
various organizations like, For the Kid in All of Us, Joining Hearts, ASID, and CREW to name a few. He finds inspiration from all around but mostly from the people he’s connects with trough being involved with these various organizations.