AN Interiors


Detailing Interiors

In some ways, architectural projects succeed or fail based upon how well material and system junctions are negotiated. This is just as true for interior projects as it is for entire buildings. How does the wall meet the floor? How does one ceiling system transition to another? How are mechanical registers handled? When these small junctures are deftly detailed the effects ripple out across the entire project, so it pays to know how manufacturers’ systems work so you can successfully bring them together. In this accredited workshop, experts will lead tutorials on a variety of interior detailing conditions.


  • Credit type: 1.0 AIA HSW
  • Provider: Infinity Drain

Barrier-free bathrooms, a recognized design trend, was first developed to accommodate the growing interest in aging-in-place spurred by Baby Boomers. Barrier-free showers are now considered the next level in beautiful, luxurious interiors. This course will take a closer look at the benefits that linear drains can bring to a bathroom, and a few important best practices that will help avoid some of the challenges that can arise during construction to achieve a barrier-free design.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the connection between barrier-free showers and the design objectives of aging in place or living in place.
  • Explain how barrier-free shower spaces comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) design standards.
  • Identify the basic elements and considerations for incorporating this more accessible barrier-free shower into a new construction or renovation project.
  • Specify the right linear drain system for any given project.


Barbara Kratus-Stark

Sales & Marketing Director

Infinity Drain

  • Credit type: 1.0 AIA
  • Provider: HAT Collective

HAT Collective specializes in design-forward, ergonomic, and highly customizable workspace solutions for the contract furniture market. Our sophisticated product lines showcase craftsmanship and design innovation, effectively improving wellness and increasing productivity. Whether you prefer mobile, adaptable or stationary solutions, HAT Collective empowers you to create your ideal workspace. We prioritize quick shipping, customer service, and exceptional levels of support. HAT Collective Healthcare, a division of HAT Collective, provides ergonomic solutions for better care. Its robust product portfolio is specifically designed to improve the point of care experience for both the caregiver and the patient. HAT Collective’s parent company, Innovative Ergonomic Solutions (IES), maintains its headquarters in Easton, Pa., with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Denmark and Asia. The brand also operates six showrooms across the U.S. HAT Collective is one of several brands from IES. More information can be found at

Learning Objectives

  • How the Science + Psychology of Happiness Impacts the Workplace
  • Today’s Best Practices for Workspace Design
  • Choice + Control in the Workplace
  • Designing an Environment for Happiness


Courtney Harrison

Senior Designer

HAT Collective

Samantha Priar


HAT Collective

  • Credit type: 1.0 AIA HSW
  • Provider: Duravit

Well-designed bathrooms with high-quality materials and smart technology provide numerous advantages for users, whether in luxury residences or commercial buildings. This course will discuss high quality, innovative bathroom products and their advantages, including occupant well-being, safety, accessibility, sustainability and increased home values. The course will also cover the four activity areas in the bathroom in relation to material science, technological advancements and smart design.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the advantages of well-designed bathrooms and high-quality bathroom products
  • Examine how material science and technological advancements contribute to smart bathroom design
  • Understand how innovative materials and technological advancements are utilized in the four activity areas
  • Explore the four activity areas in a bathroom and how technology is making them better


Dean Camastro

Northeast Regional Sales Manager


  • Credit type: 1.0 AIA HSW
  • Provider: Pulp Studio

This course covers the most common methods and technologies used to combine complex graphics with architectural and decorative glass.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the most common types of graphic glass products.
  • Understand performance characteristics of the various production methods and technologies.
  • Qualify the manufacturer of graphic based product by asking the right questions
  • Provide the necessary source materials to the manufacturer in the correct format and required quality levels


Kirk Johnson


Pulp Studio

  • Credit type: 1.0 AIA HSW
  • Provider: Poggenpohl

This course focuses on the history of European kitchen design, European design details such as minimalism, sustainable practices, and how Universal Design is compatible with European Kitchen Design. Design professionals will come away with an understanding of how cabinet design impacts day-to-day ergonomics, health/wellbeing, and safety in the kitchen.

Learning Objectives

  • Key distinction to European design
  • Innovations in function and storage
  • General industry trends
  • Putting it to Practice


Jennifer Kelly

Director of Product and Training



Jun 29


10:00am-3:00pm CST




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