Designers Rate: Green Products

Designers Rate: Green Products
Two designers rate their favorite green products
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Designers Rate: Green Products_01 Kirei, Kirei Board This product takes rapidly renewable Sorghum straw and creates a low-emitting, functional product that adds depth and dimension to a space. Lightweight and durable, Kirei Board performs beautifully as millwork or furniture.
Designers Rate: Green Products_02 Bonded Logic, UltraTouch Denim Insulation This high-performing insulation reincarnates denim jeans into a genius new life. Safe to work with, requiring no masks or gloves, inherently fire, smoke, and fungi resistant, with the added plus of being 100 percent recyclable, UltraTouch is a versatile functional product that performs.
Designers Rate: Green Products_03 3form, 3form panels 3form has an inner corporate beauty that emanates from within. The strong, flexible, products and range of textures and transparencies are highly usable and applicable in myriad spaces.
Designers Rate: Green Products_04 Crossville, EcoCycle Porcelain Tile Crossville is looking beyond its own sphere of expertise and turning to other industries like the mining industry. It invested in a water filtration system to capture fine particulate matter during manufacturing that previously would have been land filled and is using it to create the new EcoCycle series.
Designers Rate: Green Products_05 Knoll, The Graham Collection Knoll has established FSC-certified wood as its standard on all open plan office systems, casegoods, and tables, backing up the idea that there should be no premium for sustainability. The Graham Collection is available in FSC-certified composite wood and manufactured using low-VOC, clean technology.
Designers Rate: Green Products_06 Shaw Contract Group, Couture Collection, Dissolve Tile With the implementation of programs like Cradle to Cradle certification, Shaw Contract Group is looking to innovation to maximize material value and minimize its impact on the environment as a whole.