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Actively and Safely Aging in Place Through Interior Design
Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.
Illuminating Lighting’s Effect on Human Health and Well-being
Confidently specify lighting solutions with a better understanding of the science behind circadian systems and human health.
Chemistry in Material Selection & Specification: Key Considerations
Learn the critical questions to ask when selecting and specifying materials, and explore key considerations including health and safety, performance, and environmental impact.
LEED Pilot Credit #103: Integrative Analysis of Building Materials
Improve your specification process with this simple framework that integrates a product’s health, environmental, and safety risk information across all five life-cycle phases.
Understanding Hazard, Exposure and Risk in the Built Environment
Learn how to appropriately weigh considerations of hazard, exposure and risk when selecting products and materials during the building design and construction process.
NVIDIA Omniverse: A New Way to Design and Collaborate in Real Time
Experience real-time, photorealistic simulations and collaborations with NVIDIA Omniverse, a design platform from Dell and NVIDIA to improve decision-making and client communications.
Why You Should Ask, “What’s It Made Of?” | Sourcing Products to Reduce Chemical Exposure
Have more informed conversations with your clients about safe and healthy home furnishing choices, based on knowledge of hazardous chemicals.
[R]Evolution of Interior Design: Demonstrating its Power and Value
Learn how the interior design profession is reinventing itself, breaking down barriers to develop new partnerships and new approaches to the practice and process of design.
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