This episode will introduce you to elementAl surfaces new collection, called the LIGHT collection.
As the Quartz industry spirals indefinitely out of control, the design world looks for alternatives that are not commodities caught up in a war of trade and arrogance. Simultaneously, countertop fabricators and millworkers alike are looking for materials that are…
This episode explores how color influences design.
Products from bottom to top: Torzo – Natural Kirei – Coco Tiles, Java Collection, Losari Leather PaperStone – Slate Lapitec – Lux, Avorio elementAl – Aluminum, aeriAL Durat – 150, 274, 644 Kirei – EcoPanel, 276, 487, 330, 550
Accent walls are a common design element in spaces where you are using a lot of neutral colors or hard surfaces and you want an organic or eye-catching element to draw the occupant’s attention. As more and more attention turns to biophilic design, these features wall have taken on a decidedly ‘nature-like’ appeal and can really accomplish the elusive feat of bringing the outdoors in.
In this episode, we will cover the healthy building materials that CaraGreen distributes.
We have created a living library of installed building materials in our showroom. We welcome the architect and design community to come to explore, touch and visualize their projects with just in time materials and samples at their disposal. …
This episode will cover ways to implement sustainable design practices in schools and the benefits that it can have.
It's a new year, and you know what that means: Pinterest users are flocking to their boards to put together the perfect designs for their 2019 renovations, rebuilds, and beyond. What will users be pinning like mad in 2019? Pinterest released their top 100 trends for 2019, and we're excited about them. Here are a few of our favorites, with a special CaraGreen spin:
In this episode we will talk about acoustics and health, how these things go together in ways that you might not think.
The biggest change to come to the building industry in a long time is putting people first. Traditional construction mentality has been “How do we achieve the owner’s goals while also meeting the budget and putting more money in my pocket?” The new way of thinking is “How do I make sure the occupants have a pleasant experience in this space?”