Tangram, a curator of highly creative commercial interior environments and workspaces, has announced Eric Lockwood has been promoted to director of design for Tangram Technology. Lockwood has over 27 years of experience in technology consulting, design, and integration for the built environment. Lockwood has worked in the Americas, Europe, and Asia, and previously served as a senior account executive for Tangram Technology where he successfully led complex technical designs and oversaw enterprise-wide system implementations for his customers.
In his new position as director of design for Tangram Technology, Lockwood will focus on design innovation and customization to address new technological challenges, many of which have been accelerated by the pandemic. These challenges, or opportunities, arise not only from the evolving technologies themselves, but also from changing work modes such as flexible or hybrid models as defined by a given organization, and from understanding and predicting the work of the future not just the future of the workspace.
Lockwood will also drive new initiatives to harmonize technology integration with architecture, interiors, and furniture to promote a seamless, blended experience that generates value and ignites potential for users while enhancing an organization’s brand and culture.
“Lockwood is a proven leader in successful design and execution of innovative creation from concept to completion,” said Jack Hooven, chief operating officer of Tangram Interiors. “His project expertise and passion to continually excel in his craft makes him an invaluable asset to Tangram Technologies.”
He holds a degree from University of Salford, United Kingdom in BEng Electroacoustics, is CTS-D Certified, and is a member of the United States Green Building Council. Tangram curates destinations that empower people to work, learn, and heal by utilizing creative interior solutions that foster workplace satisfaction, collaboration, and productivity while enhancing the client’s brand and culture. In addition to its core contract furniture offering, the company operates multiple additional business units for a comprehensive approach to commercial interiors. This range of services allows for top-to-bottom involvement that integrates each aspect of planning, design, and installation.