Textiles 101 presents designers with the opportunity to learn about the textile process, enabling them to make the best textile choices for their projects. The course familiarizes participants with animal, plant, and synthetic fibers. It covers yarn production and types and a variety of dye processes. Detailed information about fabrics is presented, including basic weave constructions and special techniques. Fabric characteristics, fiber properties and application guidelines are also discussed. Hundreds of illustrations and physical examples of fibers, yarns, textiles, and illustrations are incorporated into the course.
Every participant will receive an illustrated textile glossary.
Instructor: Rachel Doriss
Vice President, Design Director, POLLACK
Cost: There is no charge for attending the course to get CEU credit. If a designer is using NCIDQ to keep track of their CEU record then there is a $12 fee, which the designer pays directly to NCIDQ.
Come join us for a fun-filled evening presented by Architex. Starting at four o’clock, we will meet at the Kalispel Upholstery, and then enjoy a CEU presented by Stephanie Deshaies. In this CEU, you will learn the elements, treatment styles, fabrication details and options for drapery curtains, and window treatments. You will also be able to understand the necessary flame code requirements for each as well as how to submit a proper and complete specification. After that, a tour presented by Kalispel Upholstery.
Also, attendees will get an opportunity to be entered into a giveaway! Kalispel Upholstery is offering a chance to win a chair, designed by you and upholstered! For more information, follow them on Facebook.
April 4, 2019
4:00 – 6:30 PM
4:00 PM: Gather
4:30 PM: CEU
5:30 PM: Tour
Kalispel Upholstery Shop
102 South Industry Drive
Airway Heights, WA 99001
Click here to register now. Free for IIDA Members, $10 non-members.
IDCEC Continuing Education Credit: .1, AIA certification Credit: 1
Research shows that when patients are engaged in their healthcare and when their family members are also involved and supported, it can lead to measurable improvements and positive outcomes for all stakeholders, including the hospital and community.
This course details the significance of patient-family involvement, identifying the clear benefits of a strong support loop that encompasses the patient and family, plus clinicians/staff and facilities managers. When family members and these stakeholders are well supported and when the spaces they occupy are designed in pursuit of this, the patient health journey is markedly more successful.
Join us as we explore designing to support the patient by supporting family and others throughout healthcare settings, establishing a foundation for patient and family involvement.
April 10, 2019
5:30 – 7:30 PM
Check in starts at 5:30 PM.
Presentation begins at 6:00 PM.
Appetizers and beverages provided courtesy of OpenSquare.
500 Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98109
Click here to register now. Free for IIDA Members, $25 for non-members.
Presented by: Steelcase Health
IDCEC Designation: HSW
AIA Designation: LU
Course Number: SC0804