Lonseal Achieves Standardization Certifications

August 05, 2008

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Lonseal Achieves Standardization Certifications
Lonseal’s resilient flooring products are now certified according to ISO standards 9001:2000 and 14001:2004, as well as the AS9100:2004 from the Aerospace Quality Group.

Yost Grube Hall Joins The 1%
The Portland-based architecture firm has joined The 1%, a program of Public Architecture that challenges architecture and design firms to pledge 1 percent of their billable hours to pro bono work.

More KI Products Earn GREENGUARD Certification
Several of the company’s latest collections have received GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certification for low-emitting products by the GREENGUARD Environmental Institute—adding to the list of more than 75 KI products that have already earned GREENGUARD certification.

Media Facility Opens as Part of Beijing’s Olympic Convention Center
This media center, the largest in Olympic history, is part of the Beijing Olympic Green Convention Center complex that accommodates both the Main Press Center and International Broadcasting Center. Occupying more than 150,000 square meters, the MPC and IBC will be home to more than 20,000 accredited journalists, photographers and broadcasters.


ASID Update: The Evolving Nature of Interior Design

By Rita Carson Guest

While not always recognized by clients and the public, historical changes to the field of interior design have been considerable.


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