Life happens in all the spaces we crete. Without design the way we experience our world would be diminished. Beyond design outcomes and aesthetics, how would reframing the value of design change the way you view the spaces we create? How would a new perspective of design equity design change our industry? How could it impact the wellbeing of human connectedness? To ultimately change the story of us. Join in to learn how to see the interior design industry through a new lens that will change the way you value design forever.
Ian Rolston is a creative soul, inspired by connecting humanity to what matters most. After working for the world’s top brands and companies, he founded Decanthropy, a methodology and inclusive design consultancy that helps reimagine spaces for projects, places and people. As a thought leader, registered design professional and speaker, Rolston encourages relying on one’s sense of humanity to inform design solutions. His insights, studio workshops and project collaborations focus clients on establishing better. Better work, better play, better moments of connection and better care.
"Change by Design" is where innovation meets practicality. This series goes beyond fulfilling CEU requirements; it's about integrating resilience in your designs so your forward-thinking projects stand out for addressing today's most pressing challenges and satisfying a market that demands it.
Why 'Change by Design'? Because it's where your expertise meets the pressing need for a built environment that stands the test of time and nature. It's where you gain CE credits and a competitive edge in a market that values foresight and responsibility. Each session is an actionable step towards mastering economically viable and environmentally sound designs.
Join a community that does not follow trends but sets them by delivering architectural solutions that meet today's needs and anticipate tomorrow's challenges.
Ready to elevate your practice? Secure your spot in a series that promises resilience amid fragility: "Building Resilience in Design and Architecture: Global Perspectives, Local Solutions." with Omar Degan, Principal, Do Architecture Group (live and on-demand).