Luxe Magazine invites you to the ASID OC August Meeting
Join us at the Wonder Room - Tiffany Hunter Home in Costa Mesa
Native Trails VP Eric Dietz will be presenting a 0.1 CEU on Artisanal Craft in Sustainable Spaces
Cocktails, Catering and Giveaways courtesy of Luxe Magazine, Native Trails and The Wonder Room!
Artisanal Craft in Sustainable Spaces-= ( 0.1 CEU Credit ASID/NKBA/AIA)
This course discusses the value of bridging cultures and combining
artisan heritage with innovative design, and illustrates how the
craftsmanship of furnishings made by hand with sustainable materials
can meet design goals of green design.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
1. Discuss artisanal craft in terms of its local and global economic, environmental, and social impact
and explain why artisanal craft can be part of the philosophy of sustainable living today.
2. Examine the ethics involved in making and consuming artisanal craft and realize how they can
affect handcraft in their building design projects, a private or social
3. Recognize why the look and feel of sustainably made, handcrafted kitchen and bath fixtures and
by bringing about a positive emotional
response to their surroundings while fulfilling functional needs.
4. Identify a variety of sustainable and reclaimed materials used in artisanal crafts for home,
commercial, and hospitality design, and discuss the importance of material transparency to the
maker and the consumer.
5. Describe the methods used to recycle copper, reclaim wood, and create sustainably made
concrete, and evaluate the performance benefits of products made of these materials.