How to Specify Low Waste: Furniture and Textiles
Date/ Tuesday, April 18
Time / 3:45pm - 4:45pm
1025 N Stemmons Frwy, Ste. 720
Credit / 1 CEU & 1 Sustainability CEPH
Join us for an introduction to the principles of low waste design, and learn about the simple choices designers can make to specify furniture and textiles that are circular, rather than landfill. Imani Hamilton Design is a sustainable design consultancy specializing in low waste, low carbon, and low toxin design for consumer goods, furniture, interiors, and buildings. This CEU is brought to you by Kravet Inc, a 5th generation furniture company seeking to reduce their waste footprint.
Since 2015, Imani’s corporate clients have included Sway Innovations seaweed bioplastic, UC Berkeley College of Engineering Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship + Technology Deplastify the Planet Course, KOVA building products, Innovation Centre Denmark in Silicon Valley, The Good Future Design Alliance, Google R+D for New Campus Development while at VITAL Environments, Full Circle home goods, Indosole shoes, Memo furniture, and several West Coast residential projects, including the first ILFI Zero Carbon Certified home renovation candidate. Applying technical vetting and design research, Imani builds sustainability strategies for her clients to design and specify products, materials, manufacturing, and supply chains.
Principal Designer, Hamilton Design