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MDCID Fall CEU Speed Dating Event

Date(s) - 09/11/2019
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Maryland Office Interiors (MOI)

Join us for an evening of learning and get those credit hours taken care of in one fell swoop!


MDCID invites you to join us for a CEU speed-dating session.  In this special CEU session, 3 CEU’s will be presented.  You may attend one or all CEU sessions.  The evening’s seminars will be worth 1 hour/1 CEU credit each and are approved by IDCEC and/or AIA HSW

Schedule of Events:

  • 5:00 – 5:30 – Arrival / Snacks / Networking
  • 5:30-6:15 –  Session 1
  • 6:30:-7:15 – Session 2
  • 7:30:-8:15 – Session 3

NOTE:  Seminar topics will be presented each session, to accommodate various attendee schedules.

Free parking is available.

Light fare and drinks* will be served.

*Alcoholic beverages will be served at this event. You must be 21 years of age to consume alcoholic beverages. By registering for this event, it is expressly understood that the Organizer(s) assume no responsibility for any occurrence from or related to alcoholic consumption.


Presenter:  Faith Pierce with Knoll
Course Title: Florence Knoll:  Defining Modern
Course Code:  IDCEC 103277 / AIA FKDM2017

Course Description: As an architect, interior space planner and furniture designer, the commitment Florence Knoll made to design excellence, in everything, resonates clearly. This program is an illustrative discussion of Florence Knoll’s contribution to interior design in the context of her landmark 2005 exhibition for the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This exhibition has been travelling to college art galleries throughout 2007, 2008 and 2009.

Learning Objectives:

  • List Florence Knoll’s contributions to the industry including the Planning Unit, Textiles and Executive Office Planning
  • Discuss how Florence Knoll created spaces and overcame architectural “problems”
  • Discuss the influence Florence Knoll had with many of the industry’s popular designers
  • Explain how Florence Knoll introduced new materials into design
  • Content Outline:
  • History of Florence Knoll
  • Innovative Showroom Designs
  • Space Planning
  • Furniture Design
  • Defining Modern Exhibit
  • Conclusion


Presenter: Tony Madonna, Connor Sales Group
Title: Design with Color & Light Presented by Bendheim Glass – 1 LU/HSW:
Content Outline:
This continuing education program demonstrates a variety of techniques through which color can enhance a building and contribute to the wellbeing of its occupants, as well as the general public. It lays out a number of rules and best practices that design professionals should consider when working with architectural color and light. The program incorporates an in-depth exploration of current design trends, historic precedents, color theory and decorative architectural glass technology, providing architects and designer an intensive educational experience.


Presenter: Tyler Brewer with Tarkett
Title: His & Hers: Designing in a Post-Gender Society
Course Code: IDCEC CC-106164-XXXX* / AIA STIHAH
Content Outline:
How traditional masculine and feminine roles have been challenged through advances in science and technology
How and why traditionally “masculine” forms and masses have historically dominated architecture
How women’s rise to prominence in business has helped to shift the dominating forms and motifs in art, architecture, and design
How art, architecture, and design is beginning to reflect our post-gender society