Produced by Norfolk
September 16th, 2022
For specifiers – in these times of improved product performance, regulatory changes and increased awareness of things like sustainability and safety – choosing architectural products can be a tricky task. Beyond the obvious design considerations, architects and interior designers need to also consider whether a given product is fit for purpose, whether it meets all the relevant regulations, and more.
To take the example of blinds and curtains – products that have an important role to play in terms of design, glare control, acoustic control, environmental outcomes, and more – it can be difficult to choose the right products; window coverings that are not only suitable for their particular requirements, but also sustainable.
This CPD Live session examines this precise dilemma. Focusing on blinds and curtains, and citing real life scenarios, it outlines the best ways for specifiers to navigate their way to functionality, compliance and sustainability.
At the end of this presentation, you should be able to:
(PC 18 PROJECT INITIATION AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PC 28 PROJECT INITIATION AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN, PC 43 DETAILED DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION, PC 45 DETAILED DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION)
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