Moderated by Susan S. Szenasy, Publisher/Editor in Chief, Metropolis Magazine.
With Randy Fiser, Chief Executive Officer, American Society of Interior Designers, Joseph White, Director of Workplace Strategy, Design, and Management, Herman Miller, Anastasia Su, Co-Founder and Creative Director of 13&9 and Martin Lesjak, Co-Founder and Creative Director of 13&9 and CEO of INNOCAD Architecture.
With health and wellness on most everyone’s mind, the designer’s role in fostering an active lifestyle becomes a new kind of challenge. And as the negative effects of sedentary work become ever-clearer, health-focused design—whether in the form of variable height work-surfaces, ergonomic furniture, or strategically located amenities—increasingly encourages movement as a means towards fitness. Join us for a panel on how leading designers are designing for movement and how such strategies benefit healthy lifestyles.