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The sustainable green chemistry movement transforms molecules, moving beyond the lab to create a wide array of innovative interior products.
“Making Use of Every Molecule,” an article in the latest issue of i+D magazine, the official magazine of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the Interior Designers of Canada (IDC), explains how chemistry contributes to sustainable interior design. The article focuses on several specific innovations of chemistry in sustainability, “well building” design and the latest interior trends that enable smarter, more efficient homes, schools and workplaces.
Some of the highlighted materials in the “Chemistry” article include:
Both chemistry and interior design share common goals for creating high-performing sustainable products that advance these professions. Read more in i+D magazine. (Permission granted by ASID.)
To learn more about how chemicals are the building blocks for many high-performing materials that contribute to the durability of carpeting and flooring, the comfort of furniture, the energy efficiency of lighting, the bright bold colors of paints and the aesthetics of stylish décor, visit BuildingwithChemistry.org.
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