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The new website for the RESOURCE STUDIO has gone live.  For more information on the project, including pricing, please visit the new site.

With the passing of the design icon, Maya Romanoff, in January of this year; there is a chance to revist his legacy with a presentation and dicussion with Joyce Romanoff at the Donghia Showroom - Wednesday, April 16th.  Those wishing to attend need to RSVP to the showroom manager, Yoshi Monterio via e-mail. at ymonterio@donghia.com.

These stunningly simple multi-use stools are one of those rare products that demonstrates fun and functional design - and is actually affordable!  Even more rare, is that they are made in the USA  by GO.LO.GOR.SKY STUDIO.  The cost of the product is $149, and it is well worth checking out their website to see alternate use of the stool as an occasional table, book cubbie, and perfect addition to any child care environment.  

 

  OK... it is not an actual product, but I wanted a loud place to let folks know about a presentation being provided by National Office.  It's something we are all going to be dealing with soon, so getting informed, and getting those hard to obtain LEED CEU credits seemed to make this little shout out to be worth it.  Details are as follow:

This course will provide an update of the development process, and a general overview of the technical changes.  It will also include an early look at supporting tools and resources for the LEED v4 program.

Course Information Approved by GBCI for 1.0 CEs for General, LEED BD&C, ID&C, and EBOM specific hours, and 1.0 AIA LUs

Course Information GBCI Course ID: 0090008796

Location National Office Furniture Showroom | 901 K Street NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC

Date/Time March 5, 2014 | Registration 5:30pm - 6:00pm | Course 6:00pm - 7:00pm | Appetizers and Drinks Served

RSVP Leslie Jones | 571.414.9212 | Leslie.Jones@NationalOfficeFurniture.com | By February 24, 2014

 

 

Crossville has released their new decorative wall tile, Sideview Glass. This is one that you are going to need to see in person.

For many years there have been paper-based solid surface products available from companies such as Richlite, Paperstone, and Shetkastone, and now Panolam has introduced Ecostone; which is made from nearly 100% recycled papers and uses a phenolic resin as the binder, and has a broader range of colors than its competitors.

 

BETONA represents and entirely new class of tile product, that fills a need as both a truly sustainable tile product and a unique product easily customizable with graphics or a special color choice. 

The product is made using 50% POST CONSUMER glass sourced from such items as windshields. windows and light bulbs; and is manufacturered without being kiln-fired (cured at room temperature).  One additinal bonus... it is made in the USA (Michigan).

The product is being represented in the Washington DC area by Mosaic Tile Co.

 

Object Carpet has a huge range of carpet products, but we could not resist showing a couple of their coolest offerings.  The cost of these carpets is quite high; but sometimes you see something cool enough to justify such costs.  The Object Vulcano is one of those products.

ON THE GRID - DC's Competition EntryMannington Carpet has an ongoing design competition for which there is a Washington DC entry composed of designers from a range of firms.  Please visit this link to vote for the DC Design Team, and their ON THE GRID design.

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