"Green" is the new black. From healthcare to offices to hotels, environmental considerations are becoming critical selling points Be it the option to save water by not washing a towel after one use or the decision to build with local materials, sustainability is often on the checklist for many projects. It's invaluable to know what products protect the environment vs. those that do not. Wallcovering can be the biggest textile selection on a project, so understanding the options and being able to prove to a clients its environmental value is something every interior designer needs to know.

1 credit (HSW)
IDCEC code: CEU-105712
IDCEC Designation: General
IDCEC Learning Level: Basic
IDCEC Subject Code: 5. Technical Knowledge / 20. Sustainable and/or Environmental Design


1 Learning Unit (LU/HSW)
AIA code: 6.1
AIA Course Directory: Sustainable Design: Materials
AIA Topic: Building Material Environmental Impacts & Conservation Strategies



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