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Be Recognized as a Leader in Classroom Design — Submit Your Concept

Silver Spring, Md. – The Education Market Association (EDmarket) calls upon leaders in the design community to submit proposals for classroom designs for education sessions taking place at EDspaces, October 23-25, 2019 in Milwaukee, Wisc.

“At EDspaces, we believe in walking the talk in terms of experiential learning,” says Jim McGarry, EDmarket President/CEO of EDmarket. “These future-focused educational environments provide an extension of learning for participants to experience first-hand the latest product and space innovation.”

“Designing an EDspaces Classroom last year provided my firm with an opportunity to make an impact on a national level, and continue to put Oklahoma on the map in leading education design,” says Andrea Durbin, NCIDQ, IIDA, an interior designer at MA+ ARCHITECTURE. “It allowed my whole team to think outside the box and to explore spatial interaction, color, and varying furniture types.”

Be recognized by peers and customers as a leader in the industry and contribute to the future of learning environments by submitting a proposal for one of six designed classrooms at EDspaces. The deadline is April 30, 2019.

EDspaces is the premiere event to explore how the convergence of pedagogy, space, and technology combined with innovation affects facility design, use and, ultimately, student outcomes. Awarded Trade Show Executive’s Fastest 50 for exhibit space growth for 2018 and to the top 100 for attendance growth, the event continues its Fastest 50 growth legacy. EDspaces has earned a reputation for high-quality education focused on the needs of educational facility professionals empowered to deliver innovative educational environments.

EDmarket is privileged to partner with leading professional and trade organizations including the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education (AIA-CAE), the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), just to name a few. The AIA-CAE Annual Fall Meeting is held in conjunction with EDspaces.