Art’s Role in Workplace Design with Poppy Patterson

Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast
Episode 18

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Ever wondered how art and design influence the way we work? We’ve got the answers! As an interior designer with 15+ years of industry experience, Poppy Patterson shares how art, culture, and design intersect to create attractive, engaging workplaces where people want to spend their time. Poppy discusses the rising trends of remote and hybrid work arrangements, which are rapidly changing our relationship to the office environment and creating strong demand for flexible spaces that promote a healthy work/life balance. 

Discussed in the Episode: 
DLR Group
Oregon Percent for Art Guidelines
The Portland Building
Haddad|Drugan Climate Pledge Arena Public Art Plan

About Poppy Patterson:

Poppy Patterson is an interior designer based in Seattle, Washington. Formerly a Senior Associate Interior Designer for the global integrated design firm DLR Group, Poppy has over 15 years of experience designing interiors for the corporate office, hospitality, and healthcare sectors. She has long been drawn to workplace design and takes pride in creating comforting, creative spaces where companies can express their culture and employees can do their best work. Poppy graduated from the University of Oregon in 2007 with her bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture and minors in Business and Art History.

About Dot Dot Dot: The NINE dot ARTS Podcast

Dot Dot Dot is the continuing conversation around art in the built environment. Hosted by NINE dot ARTS CEO Martha Weidmann, episodes explore art, culture, placemaking, and more with a range of reputable art and business leaders. Tune in biweekly to learn how an original art experience can boost your business and make a social impact. Download the 2021 State of the Art Report to learn more.

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