The term “livable design” broadly refers to the concept that ideally all design – products, technologies, and the built environment – should serve the broadest range of people, regardless of mobility, age, gender, or physical stature, without adaptation or specialized features. Livable design is not a design style but rather an orientation to design, focusing on the end user. Interior designer Kerrie Kelly, ASID, CAPS, design director for Kerrie Kelly Design Lab, will present on a variety of fixtures, finishes, and equipment that are considered livable and will define ways that livable design is beneficial to all clients, especially those looking for flexible use and simple and intuitive design.
Complimentary boxed lunch provided. .1 CEU.