In virtually every building, there are opportunities to create the overall look and feel of a space using glass. Beyond the aesthetic, the performance of these glass surfaces over time is critically important to the users and owners of the building. Decorative Glass for the Interior Environments will explore the different types of glass common in the interior space and their impact on safety. Additionally, the course will explore the differences between the various fabrication and finishing processes for different decorative glass applications. Finally, we will review how decorative glass can be specified for specific LEED criteria on a project.
0.1 CEU credit hour (IDCEC)
Henricksen, 1101 W River Pkwy, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55415
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Brittney Lee Ricks, Clarus Glassboards
As Director of Higher Education for Clarus Glassboards, Brittney studies the design trends, statistics, and ever changing needs of students. A graduate of Texas Tech University with a BS in Interior Design and a minor in Architecture, Brittney understands the issues and opportunities for using decorative glass in the interior environment.
RSVP by Friday, April 21, 2017
Anna Sipprell, Marketing Manager, Henricksen
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