FUSE: Color Trends for the Future of Architectural Building Products
The FUSE architectural metal coatings color forecast builds on layers of colorful inspiration. Channeling the creativity and expertise of architects and product manufacturers, this forecast identifies how color is influenced by the world around us and what that means for the future of design. Developed by the Sherwin-Williams team of color experts, FUSE is informed by major societal catalysts and backed by real-world data. The forecast is presented in three curated color collections – Accountability-Centered Technology (ACT), Building Fulfilling Futures (BFF) and Chief Empathy Officer (CEO) – to provide strategic inspiration that will serve architectural metal coatings over the next 3-5 years and beyond.
- Understand macro trends as they relate to architecture an manufacturing
- Follow the color evolution process
- Discover what affects color application in building products
- Learn which effects can be implemented in various coatings
- New technologies in metal coatings and color
This session is FREE to attend and will be located in the Technical Knowhow Learning Center inside the Exhibit Hall. Availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and space is limited.
Global CMF & Trend Manager, Sherwin Williams
With 20 years of visionary color expertise, Kiki Redhead drives all CMF & Trend initiatives for Sherwin-Williams Industrial & Performance Coatings, including spearheading the DesignHouse in Minneapolis, MN. She collaborates with Industrial, Product Design, and Architectural customers on coatings development and trends including ideation of aesthetics, performance, and sustainable solutions for manufacturing. A longtime member of the Color Marketing Group, Kiki sits on the Board of Directors and is Co-Chair of the Future Thinking Committee and the Networking Committee. Holding a seat on The Learning Forum’s Foresight Council, she converses regularly with strategic futurists. She holds undergraduate degrees in Interior Design, Merchandising, and Marketing as well as a Master’s Degree in Trend Forecasting.
Architectural Color Designer, Sherwin Williams
Brynn Wildenauer is an Architectural Color Designer for the Sherwin-Williams DesignHouse, serving as a color connoisseur in the coil and extrusion market. With significant experience in industrial, product and architectural design, Brynn brings a keen eye and a solution-oriented approach to every project. She is passionate about innovation and motivated by the ever-changing realm of color and design. Brynn is a proud member of the Color Marketing Group (CMG), the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA).