The new renaissance of cultivating humanistic design through hand, heart, and mind.
On the precipice of a new decade, Mohawk Group continues our celebration of human-centered design. As we look towards the forecast for 2020, we shine a spotlight on the Return to Humanity.
After several years of global turmoil, both mankind and nature are in dire need of renewal. How can we become more human in the presence of digital life and artificial intelligence? What even makes us human and how do we get back there? And how can we connect better with nature to remind us who we are?
Through our CEU and trend forecast, we are sharing how these ideas and show how design can inspire and motivate positive change in a shifting world dynamic.
Focusing on the qualities that make us human, our 2020 Vision highlights the language of design expressed through the hand, heart, and mind.
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Explore a deeper look into a new Renaissance focused on human-centered design within the framework of culture today and discover how it affects sustainability and wellness for all in our Return to Humanity White Paper.
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Royce Epstein is the A&D Design Director for Mohawk Group.
As the face to A&D, Royce shares her passion and vision for design, cultural trends, and the meaning of materials in a broad context. Her role is to evolve and share Mohawk Group’s Design Vision with the A&D community, and to leverage product design with what A&D desires in the field. Constantly on the watch for new trends in all aspects of design and culture, Royce feeds this insight to all our industry’s touch points.
A veteran materials and product specialist, Royce spent two decades working in A&D firms before working with Mohawk. She was named the 2015 Designer of the Year by Interiors and Sources Magazine, and received a HiP award for Rising Star from Interior Design Magazine at Neocon 2016. Royce lives in Philadelphia where she is active in the design, art, and music scenes. She is a board member of Collab at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.