Stellar support 24/7 and full refunds up to 30 days. 1979 Revolution: Black Friday. Based on real events and eyewitness testimonies. The year is 1978, the place is Tehran, Iran. You are Reza Shirazi, a striving photojournalist, who after studying abroad returns home to find his people in a bloodied uprising against the ruling King, the Shah. 1979 Revolution: Black Friday is a choice driven, narrative game that brings players into the brooding world of a nation on the verge of collapse. Play as Reza, an aspiring photojournalist, and make life and death decisions as you survive the gritty streets of Iran in the late 1970. Once 1979 Revolution: Black Friday has finished downloading, extract the file using a software such as WinRAR. Run setuprevolution1979blackfriday126.96.36.199.exe and install the game. Once the installation is complete, you can now launch the game using the game;s shortcut on your desktop.
The Great Interior Design Challenge. The stunning scenery really steals the show in this British design competition. You'll watch contestants deck out the interiors of 17th century. By Homebnc on 2020-08-21 Interior Design If you want to take a love of exposed brick to the next level, then just wait until you see our gallery of 33 stunning interior stone wall ideas. They say “a man’s home is his castle,” and you’ll definitely feel like your home is a castle if you implement any of these exceptional designs. A good interior design show is like a cup of hot tea and a warm blanket on a cold day: the ultimate comfort. And with temperatures dropping and so many of us staying home, it’s easy to binge. Alan Carr to present second series of BBC Two's Interior Design Masters Leading authority on design, trends and interiors, Michelle Ogundehin returns as series judge. Published: 11 August 2020.
Learn from industry experts on a variety of current topics. Each class runs for 60 minutes. Tickets $25.
11:30 AM Vanessa Fong Aaron Miller DESIGN CLASS: RESET Home – Human Wellness in the Home
So often we base design primarily on the visual. Does it look good? Does it look sexy? However, our other senses (sound, touch, taste and smell) also positively impact our health and wellness. Join Vanessa and Aaron the team behind this year’s concept house to learn about the design elements of the home, which are designed to connect the home to your body’s natural rhythms. The team will review the materials and design strategies used in the Reset Home and talk about ways to incorporate this into your next project.
1:00 PM Linda Pinizzotto DESIGN CLASS: Rocky Road or Smooth Sailing when Renovating your Condo
In today’s world condo owners need to understand the value of their building and not just their unit. They contribute monthly to common expenses and their reserve fund. The Condo Owners Association thrives on creating awareness, our Founder CEO can explain how to maintain long term sustainability in your condo unit and within your building, especially when refurbishing. What should you look for in a building to ensure quality? What is the life span of materials used in a refurbishment and how can you ensure longevity to maximize the value? This class will cover what you need to consider before, during, and after a renovation, leaving you with design tips and confidence in your unit, your building, and your future refurbishment decisions in all types of condo buildings.
2:30 PM Emily Grundy DESIGN CLASS: Colour & Concept 2020
This course will take the viewer on a visual journey with stimulating imagery, factual statistics and perceptive research that supports the 2020 forecast for colour and design trends. We will explore the drivers influencing future colour and design trends that include global, technological, historic, psychological and economic factors that shaped our forecast. Together, these 45 trend colours are spun into five welcoming and intuitive palettes bring joy, serenity and focus to the mind, body and spirit.
4:00 PM Sharon Portelli, Melissa Tossell, Michelle Mawby DESIGN CLASS: How to Work with an Interior Designer
Getting started on a home renovation can be tough. Learn from qualified Interior Designers what you need to know about yourself and your home before you start.
Interior design is a profession with a unique body of knowledge that has evolved in Canada over the past 70 years.
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Interior Designers of Newfoundland and Labrador (IDNL) is a professional advocacy body that works to advance the profession of qualified Interior Designers, and to perform regulatory tasks in the interest of its members and the general public. IDNL was initially founded in 2012 and has since expanded its network locally and nationally. The IDNL has established a strong and reliable professional alliance with the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC) ‘to ensure that our members are competent, trained professionals with access to the latest business tools, education, communications and networking opportunities.’ The association is committed to upholding the established standards of accredited education, work experience, and examination requirements in accordance with our professional mandate.
What is an interior designer?
Interior designers are formally trained to design spaces that enhance and protect the health and safety of the public.
Interior design includes the development of all public interior spaces, such as corporate offices, health and long-term care facilities, restaurants, retail stores and shopping malls, academic institutions, airports, detention centres and public facilities.
All work is performed under the guiding principles of safeguarding the public while creating effective interior spaces that achieve the client’s objectives and balance practical design solutions with technical requirements and aesthetics.
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They are trained in:
- Building code, life safety standards and regulations, and occupational health and safety guidelines;
- Sustainability and energy efficiency;
- Programming user needs; the analysis and synthesis of both detailed and abstract information and ideas.
- Construction Drawings, Schedules, Technical Specifications, and Interior Detailing;
- Interdisciplinary coordination of building systems;
- Accessible and barrier-free design strategies;
- Product quality, performance, life cycle, and durability.