Extremely quiet or incredibly loud: Solving sound in the changing workplace
Tuesday, 10 November @ 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM EST
A sponsored fringe event hosted by leading design firm, Knoll (NYC)
Will your office feel like Saturday morning on a Tuesday afternoon?
With fewer people, higher partitions, more hard surfaces and lots of signage and hand-sanitizer, the new workplace will not only look different, but will sound different than the 2019 office.
Hear from Kimberly Bombery Smith, Senior Director of Workplace Strategy, Knoll, and Cerami Associates Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and acoustics expert and sound engineer Victoria Cerami, on creating an auditory experience that’s right for your organization as you phase back to the office.
About Kimberly Bombery Smith
Bombery Smith focuses her energy on engaging with customers to define, create, and prioritize workplace goals. Her early foundation in Corporate Real Estate builds upon her formal training in design and years working with top architecture and design firms globally. This unique backdrop sets the stage for Kimberly to assist the diverse client mix of today in reaching culturally relevant workplace solutions.
Kimberly led A+D engagement in Philadelphia for eight years, and prior to joining Knoll she was a Project Manager in Corporate Real Estate at Merrill Lynch.
About Victoria Cerami
Cerami has earned a reputation as one of the premier acoustical and technology engineering firms in the country. Under Victoria Cerami’s leadership, the firm has grown to be the largest woman owned firm working on building design projects globally.
The firm has worked with world class developers and architects on project designs such as the World Trade Center, Museum of Modern Art, Comcast Innovation Center, FaceBook and Google, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Princeton University.
Victoria is a board member for the New York Building Congress, member of the University of Hartford’s Board of Regents, Co-Chairwoman of the Council of Industry Woman, and past Chairwoman of the University of Hartford’s Institute of Science and Technology Building Initiative Program.