Bring 'Vinyl in Design' Course to Your Office for CEU Credit
“Vinyl in Design” is an educational program designed to familiarize architects and designers with the range of solutions vinyl provides for today and tomorrow’s design challenges. They will learn about vinyl and the environment, and how vinyl:
• is recyclable;
• is durable, strong and lightweight;
• requires almost no maintenance;
• doesn’t support combustion;
• is safe and inert in use;
• is economical;
• helps conserve energy and other natural resources;
• is made from one of the most abundant natural materials available.
Vinyl is the largest plastic used in building and construction. This one-hour PowerPoint presentation will cite case studies to demonstrate how vinyl was the solution to specific design challenges, and will explore new and innovative product applications to inspire architects and designers in their own projects.
“Vinyl in Design” is registered with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and applies toward the Health Safety Welfare credit and Sustainable Design credit. It is approved by the International Interior Design Association, American Society of Interior Designers and National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) for continuing education. There is no charge to bring this program to your firm or chapter meeting. Course instructor Terry Murphy, LEED AP®, and the Continuing Education Program Manager of “Vinyl In Design,” has detailed knowledge of vinyl technology and considerable experience in the interior design field.
For more information, please contact Ms. Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our Contact Form.
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