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Modified Wood – Technology Meets Nature

Modified Wood: Technology Meets Nature Wood has been a major focus of the sustainability space, due to its use as a fundamental building block of construction. Structurally and aesthetically, wood is pervasive in our homes, workplaces and where we socialize…

Swap Before You Drop

Swap Before You Drop Avoiding Regrettable Substitutions with Custom Building Materials We know it is hard to source things right now, and we have all been struck with that moment of awe in the grocery store when the product you…

Acoustic Crash Course

Become an Acoustic Expert in 2 Minutes with this Crash Course Miss the office? Are you sure? Conniption fit Karen always popping off about her food going missing and not having enough milk to saturate her Frosted Flakes is not…

A Green Vocabulary Lesson

A Green Vocabulary Lesson Terms to Know as the Sustainability Movement Strengthens Written by Maddie Bass This article originally appeared in ISFA’s Countertops & Architectural Surfaces Vol. 14, Issue 4 – Q4 2021. Countertops & Architectural Surfaces is the official…

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What Happened to the Sample Library?

What Happened to the Sample Library?   For the last decade, designers and architects have been purging sample libraries and summoning reps to come reclaim their outdated, heavy sample boxes and binders as they went “digital.” The loathsome email subject…

Silicosis Horror Story

American Horror Story: Silicosis

American Horror Story: Silicosis   Nothing is more American than baseball, apple pie and a good old lawsuit. Which is why the recent attention to silicosis and the proliferation of class action lawsuits related to this incurable disease in the…