SCAD Student Wins IIDA Sustainable Design Competition
Meghan Woodcock, an interior design M.F.A. candidate at the Savannah College of Art and Design, was recently awarded Best of Competition for the 2008 Student Sustainable Design Competition, sponsored by the International Interior Design Association.
AIA New York Chapter Opposes Intro 755
The American Institute of Architects New York Chapter has publicly opposed the removing the requirement in New York City that the Commissioner of the city’s Department of Buildings be a duly licensed architect or engineer. AIA NY executive director Rick Bell recently expanded on the opposition in a letter to the New York City Council’s Committee on Government Operations.
Smith & Fong to Produce FSC-Certified Bamboo Plywood and Flooring
Smith & Fong Co. recently announced that it has secured certification according to the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council and established the sustainability of its bamboo forest resource, enabling the company to produce the world’s first range of FSC-certified bamboo plywood and flooring.
Interior Design Expert Hilary Sopata to Address Green Design Trends During NeoCon
Hilary Sopata, registered interior designer and principal of Park Ridge-based Interior Visions Designs Inc. will be addressing how to incorporate environmentally friendly options into interior design plans during the annual NeoCon World Trade's Fair at The Merchandise Mart in Chicago on Tuesday, June 10, 2008.
NCIDQ News: Aging in Place
By Suzy Regitz
A look at life style design that embraces senior living—with a universal attitude.