Designing For Historic Spaces

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Join historian Alison King and interior designer Rachel Simmons for another unique design workshop experience! Earn 6 IDCEC CEUs!

When the past is preserved appropriately, a diverse and unique design landscape is created, but renovating the architecture and interiors of historic spaces requires a little extra love and attention. Increase your expertise and land the project when you tell would-be clients that you have historic-design training, and can not only help them celebrate the unique charm their space has to offer, but can also increase their property value and maximize their design dollars!

The workshop is a great learning experience for students, architects, builders, and real estate professionals. Interior Design and LEED professionals will earn 6 CEUs!

In this course you will learn:

• How to identify historic structures and interiors
• Architectural research techniques
• The definition and significance of historic preservation
• How to identify the historic style(s) and recognize character-defining features
• How to successfully blend the past with the present…and design for the future
• Incorporate sustainable design strategy while preserving history

The workshop will be held at the beautiful Burton Barr Phoenix Public Library so you can apply your new historic expertise hands on and research an actual property! Bring your own project or practice on a unique "mystery property" that we provide.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
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By: Modern Phoenix

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