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Efficiency and Inspiration

Efficiency and Inspiration

via Restaurant Radio For an ultimately sustainable commercial environment, the design does not only need to be efficient, but it needs to be inspiring as well. There is a strong correlation between sustainability and business welfare, as well as the environment’s...
Green Interior Furnishings

Green Interior Furnishings

via Share Design Inspiration Blog When selecting green interior furnishings and accessories, consider the following: -Choose products with low or no VOC content, as well as water-based finishes -Use precious materials from certified sustainable managed forests....
Manufactured Concrete

Manufactured Concrete

via Dezeen Magazine Manufactured concrete is considered chemical-free and VOC-free. Concrete flooring can be stained to create an attractive surface. A polished concrete floor can have a life cycle of over ten years, and only requires stone soap and water for...
Commercial Flooring

Commercial Flooring

via The Architect’s Newspaper   Rubber flooring is considered the most eco-friendly material from a manufacturing, use, and disposal perspective. Virgin rubber is manufactured through low-impact production processes. Flooring with recycled rubber is also...
Other Fabric Considerations

Other Fabric Considerations

via Green Building and Design Magazine Aside from fibers; dyes, additives, and residues of process chemicals are other components of a textile. The most harmful procedure of producing textile is the finishing process – dyeing, sizing, treating for stain and wrinkle...
Selecting Commercial Fabrics

Selecting Commercial Fabrics

via Design Within Reach When choosing fabrics for your commercial office interior, here are some characteristics of eco-friendly fabrics: -Minimum use of chemicals and pesticides -Sustainable farming practices -Green Certification -Animal friendly -Compliance to fair...