Meet America's Leading Interior Architects
February 9-11, 2021
BONDX Interiors is an intensive one-on-one meetings program between Heads of Interior Design from North America’s Top 100 A&D firms, and manufactures of interiors products.
Held online over 3 days, 4 hours per day, you can meet up to 40 of these world-class Designers. You select your top choices and we do all the matchmaking and meeting scheduling for you.
It’s a formula that our clients have relied on to drive their sales for over 15 years. We’re talking million dollar deals for some! So don’t let BOND continue to be your competition’s best kept secret… It’s time to find out more.
Until we can meet each other again in person >
BONDX has got you covered!
Top notch. Hands down the best venue for getting product information into the right hands at an architectural firm.
The primary element of BONDX is the 1:1 meetings
BOND personally invite the most influential interior designers from the Top Architecture Firms in North America. Every attendee is pre-qualified; we only invite firm leaders with large-scale interiors projects of all types.
You select the Principals you want to meet from that list, our system does the matchmaking and scheduling for you, plus the BOND Team manage your meetings like clockwork on the day.
Typical attendees include:
Interior Design Principal
Principal & Partner
BOND is connecting the best in the industry, from designers to suppliers and brands. It’s an exceptional group of people that I am honoured to be a part of.
Thomas Ito, FAIA, LEED AP
Timings are shown in Eastern Standard Time.
This is a draft program – content and timings may be varied at our discretion.
Tuesday, February 9
BiographyAcclaimed Economic Expert & Former Senior Economist at the National Association of Home Builders in the USA. Elliot Eisenberg. Ph.D. is an International acclaimed Economic Expert, often called the “Stand-up Economist”, uniquely specializes in making the arcana and minutiae of economics entertaining and relevant. His expertise is sought out by leading public and private sector organizations, state and local governments, hedge funds and investment advisory groups for his valuable insight on the economy and its impact on various industries. With a finger on the pulse of current trends and issues, his presentations include up-to-the-minute economic news and information. He has a unique, comical style that makes economics entertaining and accessible to all audiences.
Wednesday, February 10
Discussions of occupant safety within the context of building design usually focus on practical and tangible methods for protecting users from physical harm. The problem, however, is that equating safety largely with bodily injury risks overlooking the enormous influence that non-conscious human psychology plays in assessing how secure we feel in our environment. The equally important goal of ensuring the user’s mental as well as physical wellbeing therefore remains unaddressed.
Fortunately, we now have a great deal of research showing how certain elements in the built and natural environments influence how safe or dangerous we intuit a place to be. Many of these elements exert their influence from deep within the human psyche, where they endure as a legacy of our evolutionary past. Rather than dismiss these unseen agents as irrational or irrelevant to modern life, however, design professionals can capitalize on our newfound insights to develop techniques for shaping space that people will feel as well as know to be safe.
Among the techniques to be discussed are furnishings, materials, and color. Basic concepts underlying the psychology of safe space will also be explored.
BiographyArchitect Donald M. Rattner helps individuals and organizations optimize wellness and creativity by drawing on scientific research into the psychology of space. Author and educator as well as practitioner, Rattner’s publications include the award-winning book My Creative Space: How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark Innovation: 48 Science-based Techniques. He has taught at the University of Illinois, New York University, New York Academy of Art, and Parsons School of Design. Workshop and presentation venues include NeoCon, Creative Problem Solving Institute, Creative Mornings, as well as numerous panels, conferences, and libraries. His work has been featured on CNN and in such publications as The New York Times, Work Design Magazine, and Better Humans. He holds a Bachelor’s in art history from Columbia and a Masters of Architecture from Princeton.
Thursday, February 11
This event reflects the upheaval caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic. We have been working remotely, meeting virtually, and forced to reinvent our design practices and businesses to accommodate the rapid and unexpected changes that have emerged. While nobody has a crystal ball, we will look both backwards and forward to collectively discuss what we think may be coming as we emerge into the post pandemic world.Participants should leave the roundtable with an understanding of how they and their peers will better be able to negotiate the changes that have evolved in the A&D community over the past year. Concrete suggestions for moving ahead can be established by sharing with others the experience of working through the disruption of the Covid-19 pandemic.
BiographyElise has built a long career based on her training as an architect to plan, design and manage projects for corporate, educational, and institutional entities. Her main focus over the past twenty years was in the corporate sector, focusing on workplace planning, design, and project management. For the past four years she has enjoyed being a Contributing Editor for Work Design Magazine a digital publication that explores all aspects of the workplace and those who design, manage and provision it.
We invest in your success:
You’ll have the support of a dedicated member of the BOND team from day one. They’ll guide you through the experience, and make sure meetings run smoothly. We’ll also provide Online Meeting Success training ahead of the event.
Experienced event organisers:
1:1 events are our business. Not a side gig. Our experienced team know how to run meetings like clockwork.
Higher calibre of attendees:
We have a team dedicated to architect invitation and quality control. We know our architects inside out, meaning you’ll meet the most senior architects with the best projects.
We keep it simple:
You’ll get a simple, focussed, virtual experience with no complex systems or distractions.
BONDX is a Virtual Event
Everything takes place through the BONDX website; a simple platform that makes it easy to follow your meetings schedule, attend webinars and discover attendees. Your dedicated member of the BOND Team will take care of you throughout.
Further information will be supplied on sign up.
Apply to Attend
Vendor packages include:
- Chosen number of 1:1 architect meetings
- Virtual Sales Training webinar
- Company profile on event website, including document and video upload for all architects to see
- Delegate profile on event website
- Event Directory containing contact info of all attendees after the event
- Dedicated BOND customer success manager to guide you every step of the way