What piques your interest in the world of commercial interior design?
August 4, 2016
8:00am - 3:00pm
Registration is now closed
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PIQUE provides students with a unique insight into the interior design industry by offering networking, product discovery, and career exploration tools to help you take the next step on your future design path.
2016 PIQUE Schedule
8:00am – 8:30am:
Student Registration & Welcome
8:30am – 10:00am:
Keynote Breakfast & Networking with Professionals
10:00am – 12:30pm:
A+D Firm Tours (HDR, HGA, DLR and Shea Design Inc.)
12:30pm – 1:30pm:
Lunch & MinneCon Expo
1:30pm – 3:00pm:
Target Field Architectural Tour
Free to join MinneCon & MinneCon Social Hour
Laura Guido Clark
Laura Guido Clark will talk about her project experience, background and design inspiration
Students will be joining exhibitors and professionals at the Keynote Breakfast. Sitting amongst industry professionals will be a fun networking opportunity.
Breakfast is included in the overall cost for PIQUE.
Please indicate on your registration if you have any dietary requests.
Don't miss out on this opportunity for a private tour of Target Field with a focus on architecture and sustainability.
The Architecture of Target Field
Build it and they will come! After many years indoors at the Metrodome, the Twins knew what they wanted: an outdoor, Minnesota baseball park. By all measures, they succeeded. In its first year, Target Field received many awards for its beautiful design and the high-quality fan experience. In The Architecture of Target Field, tour the ballpark with its engineering and design issues in mind, learning about its site, its materials, its architects and builders, its structure, and its function.
Environment and Sustainability
It's not just the grass that's green! At Target Field, sustainability and environmental stewardship are important elements of building design and operations. Target Field achieved Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) program, and it is the highest-ranked LEED-certified major league ballpark. Target Field leads the way in transit, water use, and recycling. In the Environment and Sustainability tour, learn how LEED credits fit at Target Field and how the ballpark meets the many environmental challenges of a sports facility.
Who Should Attend?
Interior design students of all levels, from freshmen to recent graduates. With the wide array of topics covered, something new is guaranteed to pique your interest in interior design!