07/08/2008

New Edition of High-Performance Schools Book Goes Beyond Green

 
July 08, 2008
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Marlite introduces the new Artizan FRP palette, a variety of decorative finishes in-stock, ready for shipments.  Artizan panels utilize a special formula FRP, enabling them to be printed with a variety of designs-all of exceptional quality.  The palette includes faux woodgrains, weave patterns and dynamic abstracts.  Several finishes are grooved for a realistic stone tile look.  Artizan panels are impact resistant and resistant to moisture, stains, bacteria, mold and mildew.

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Smith & Fong's Neopolitan

Manufactured to exacting engineering specifications for exceptional durability, Smith & Fong's Neopolitan can handle the toughest retail, restaurant, education, and hospitality environments.

 

 

 

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Cumberland Furniture’s Livy arm chair

Cumberland Furniture’s Livy arm chair features a generous seat cushion resting atop a solid maple base, and slightly splayed, square legs.

 

 

New Edition of High-Performance Schools Book Goes Beyond Green
The Sustainable Buildings Industry Council's High-Performance School Buildings Resource and Strategy Guide describes the characteristics and benefits of high-performance school buildings and details a process that ensures school planners get the best design possible within their budgets.


Innovation Lab Brings Unique Material ConneXion Experience to Haworth’s New Corporate Headquarters
The custom-built lab—a unique interactive exhibition of innovative materials and products tailored to Haworth’s specific design needs and business objectives—marks the introduction of a new Material ConneXion offering that expands upon the company’s consulting and materials library services.


Kimball Office Achieves ISO Registration
Kimball Office has achieved registration to the ISO 14001:2004 standard for the performance of the company’s Environmental Management Systems. The registration acknowledges the manufacturing plants located in Jasper, IN; Borden, IN; Salem, IN; and Post Falls, Idaho, have met all the requirements of this ISO international standard.


InterfaceFABRIC to Operate Under New Name
InterfaceFABRIC recently announced it has changed its name to True Inc. The renaming completes the company’s ownership transition since Sun Capital Partners Inc., a private equity firm, purchased it from Interface Inc., in mid-2007.


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ASID Update: A Goal of Licensure, Not Limitation

By Rita Carson Guest

As claims that interior designers play a crucial role in protecting the public’s welfare are scrutinized, advocates for professional licensure look to lawmakers to formalize the accountability associated with that responsibility

 


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