Designers heading to Chicago for Neocon this week will see the newest products and prototypes expected to transform spaces in commercial interior design.
Interior designers can learn more about how chemistry contributes to these latest materials – whether it is in Sustainable surfaces and countertops made from a composite blend of epoxies, recycled glass, and other often discarded post-consumer materials; durable, comfortable, eye-catching office furniture; or energy-efficient lighting.
To learn more about the chemistry used in building and design materials, visit BuildingwithChemistry.org.
Chemical manufacturing companies and interior design firms also make great collaborators, working on projects that build on the latest material science innovations to create inspirational work environments.
To learn more, visit the BuildingwithChemistry.org’s new Chemistry in Interior Design.