Length: 60 minutes
- Learn how physical and social space can be re-envisioned during the programming process
- Learn the concept of generative space
- Learn how conventional adjacencies and clinical planning diagrams were reshaped to support and reinforce concepts more conducive to generative space
- Learn how to use this approach to program places that are more memorable
- Develop better understandings of the impact that this approach has on clients' and users' "sense of place"
Tama Duffy Day, FASID, FIIDA, Principal and National Interior Design Healthcare Practice Leader at Perkins+Will
Tama is Perkins+Will's Healthcare Interior Design Leader formulating research and design initiatives. She leads projects that focus on experiential, culturally-appropriate design strategies. Her award-winning work is published widely, and is based on research and evidence-based solutions that generate compassion and care. Tama is on the advisory committee for Perkins+Will's firm's new research initiative, AREA and has been named in the "25 Most Influential People in Health Design." She presents extensively on the correlation between design and health at venues across the world.
2 User Reviews
"The speaker was good, but the video was not as he did not pan to the slides so that one could follow the speaker. The camera was frozen on her for the first 25 minutes, then when it did move, the slides were not legible because there was no contrast adjustment or zoom in. I would have gotten much more from this lecture if the visuals would have been shown as the speaker was explaining the floor plans. It was unfortunate not to be able to get the full intent out of this hour long class."
— ann marie d.
"Where is the CEU Course #. I took this course and paid for it and there is no course # which was not evident until I printed the certificate. IDCEC does not have a #...please submit one to them! ASAP!!"
— patricia j.