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Oregon Office Building Earns Highest Green Globes Rating

 

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Lamin-Art introduced the first pearlescent laminates in 1984

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of its Pearlescence collection of high-pressure decorative laminates, Lamin-Art introduces 50 colors and six finishes for a total of 300 design options, allowing designers to personalize their interiors with unique surfaces.

 

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The new Littlebig Chair by BaleriItalia

Designed by Jeff Miller for Baleri Italia, the new Littlebig Chair has a 3-D molded plywood shell, cantilevered from the front edge.

 

 

 Oregon Office Building Earns Highest Green Globes Rating
Columbia Square, a 313,000-square-foot office building and flagship property in the Melvin Mark Companies real estate portfolio, has been awarded 4 Globes by the Green Building Initiative for achievements in green design and sustainable operations. 

 


 

 HEALTHCARE DESIGN.09 Announces Scholarship Program
Vendome Group, producer of the HEALTHCARE DESIGN.09 Conference, recently announced the 2009 HEALTHCARE DESIGN Scholarship Program, providing those who are unable to afford the cost of the conference an opportunity to apply for a scholarship covering the full-conference registration fee.

 


 

 BPS Products Achieve NSF 140 Certification
Meeting new, stringent definitions for sustainable carpet, Bentley Prince Street recently announced that all of its standard broadloom products are certified at the highest Platinum Level with the new NSF 140-2007 Sustainable Carpet Assessment Standard. 

 


 

 Herman Miller Introduces a Fresh Digital Face to the World
In an effort to better accommodate its customers, Herman Miller has updated its public Web site: www.hermanmiller.com.

 


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 Broadening the ‘Design’ Conversation

By Bruce Brigham

Addressing the issue of inclusivity is expected to play a major role in the current and future direction of ASID.


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