Designing a More Fluid Space

RSM Minneapolis


Alexandria  Davis 


Jeremy Moultrup

Organizations are responding in a multitude of ways to recent events, but the one thing that's guaranteed is change. Teams are changing size, schedules are becoming more flexible, and hybrid work is now looked to more and more regularly as a possible solution. Your organization's existing space needs to be a flexible asset—one that can conform to and enable sudden shifts in workplace strategy. In the upcoming IA webinar "Designing a More Fluid Space," IA Designer Alexandria Davis and Jeremy Moultrup, Co-Founder of Pangeam, look at the workplace as a living, breathing organism, and provide insights on how to measure its effectiveness, foresee future concerns, and design it so that teams can change their size, function, and schedule. 

Alexandria Davis, IIDA

Design and Strategy | IA Interior Architects

Holding a Masters of Arts from the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University, Alexandria has been an important part of IA's New York studio since 2017. Her work focuses on Design Strategy and Concept Development. Driven by human connections, her view of design is influenced by balancing space function with moments of curiosity, and the ever-evolving user experience. 

Jeremy Moutrup

Co-Founder & -CEO| Pangeam

Starting his career in architecture specializing in corporate workplace design, and in his time doing that, developed his vision for Pangeam; a behavior-data driven platform  that enables companies to collect multi-dimensional data points within the workplace to provide a more comprehensive view of how space is actually being used and determine what changes could be made to improve productivity and wellness. Jeremy has been the Co-Ceo of Pangeam for a little over 6 years now, and joins us today for his second IA webinar - Jeremy - thanks for joining us today. 

Eric West, AIA, LEED AP

As a Project Director at IA Interior Architects, Eric is involved with both design and project management for some of IA's most complex projects. Based out of IA's Minneapolis studio, he has a passion for leveraging design to build stronger communities. Currently, he serves as a lead mentor with the ACE Mentor Program and as Past President of AIA Minnesota. Eric holds a master's degree in architecture from the University of Minnesota. 


With over 12 years of experience in the field, Ryan has spent the last ten years as part of the ESI Engineering Inc. team, where he helps clients with advanced acoustic analysis and design. He holds a master's degree in architectural engineering from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and enjoys working closely with clients to craft design solutions that make great acoustical spaces possible.

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