Education Session - Panel Format

FRI-B04 - Bring the Inside Out: Blurring the Interior, Architecture, and Outdoor Interface

Friday, October 19
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 113-AB


The most compelling and memorable building spaces are the result of a collaborative process between aliied design professionals. An architect, interior designer, and landscape architect discuss how they collaborate to blur the interface between interior, building, and outdoor spaces—improving the collective design for the end users.

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Todd Hill, ASLA, LEED AP

Vice President, Principal, Director of Atlanta Office
DTJ Design

Todd Hill, ASLA, LEED®AP, is a landscape architect and land planner with DTJ Design. He is a Vice President / Principal, and Director of the Atlanta Office. He leads the creative process to develop high-designs, while upholding innovative sustainability strategies, for projects ranging from large land strategies to detailed site designs. His portfolio of global projects includes award winning recognition for community master plans, urban regeneration, destination resorts, and public parks across the U.S., from Canada to Mexico, The Caribbean Islands, and Central America to Brazil; from Europe, Egypt and West Africa, to Asia and China.


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Richard H. Lanning

Senior Architectural Designer
Daroff Design Inc. + DDI Architects

Richard Lanning is a registered architect enjoying over 37 years of experience within the United States and abroad. Richard has a wealth of knowledge in project planning, design, and documentation that spreads across a wide range of project types: large scale hospitality sector works, aviation, institutional, retail, residential, theater and entertainment destinations. Projects located in USA, UK, Italy, China, France, Spain, Croatia, Romania, Turkey, and New Zealand.


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Mike Janas, AIA

Senior Associate

Mike Janas has more than 20 years of experience as a project architect on multiple building types. With his strong technical background and comprehensive experience with interiors, renovations and large-scale hospitality projects, Mike bridges the gap between technical and design roles. A strong communicator, Mike points to large scale projects such as Hard Rock Riviera Cancun, Marriott Marquis Chicago, Grand Hyatt Incheon, and Westin Denver International Airport as the projects that helped him recognize and hone his skill for managing relationships among clients, consultants, and contractors. Mike is currently leading Gensler's New York Hospitality Interior Design team.


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