Chapter
Sep
30
CEU: Building a Sustainable Footprint in the Home Furnishings Industry

Description

An Annual Meeting Event

Presented by: Jen Dolan, Director of Sales, Residential & Commercial | Arteriors

*Attend this Event with a Friday Ticket to the Annual Meeting*

 

TITLE: Building a Sustainable Footprint in the Home Furnishings Industry:

Artisan Craftmanship, Natural Materials & Material Harvesting, and Product Life Cycle

IDCEC CLASS CODE: CEU-116550

SUBJECT CODE: 2. Interior Design / Design Trends

INTENDED AUDIENCE: All Sectors

LEARNING LEVEL: Basic

COURSE LENGTH: 1.00 Hour

DESIGNATION: HSW (Health, Safety, Wellness).

COURSE DESCRIPTION

In this course, we will analyze the various ways that Sustainability can be defined in product design, production, and manufacturing within the Home Furnishings industry and discuss how sustainable ways of working across a wide variety of business practices in the areas of design, production, and logistics are imperative to supporting and fostering the earth’s fragile ecosystem. Participants will learn about sustainable practices in business and why they must be considered when specifying products for interior design projects, including:

· Product Design and Production: Material Composition and Material Harvesting

· Preservation of Artisan Craftsman and Production

· Product Lifecycle

· Packaging

· Transit

Date and Time

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
9/30/2022

Location

San Francisco Design, Park City

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