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Benjamin Moore Education & Training For Architects and Designers
Earn Continuing Education credits with Benjamin Moore courses.
To keep you current on paint technology, environmental regulations, color trends and more, they offer many AIA and IDCEC-approved courses.
Keep learning, wherever you are.
Explore their online courses and enhance your learning about construction, real estate, architecture and design from the comfort of your home.
Circa Lighting CEU: Architectural Recessed Lighting For The Home
Presented by Abigail Sorensen, Sales and Events Manager, Visual Comfort Group Showroom and Training Center
Architectural recessed lighting is one of the most powerful tools for impacting the aesthetics and function of a home.
This course will demystify the myriad of options when it comes to specifying architectural recessed downlights.
IDCEC 1.0 CEU | AIA 1.0 LU
Sara Kravet Introduces Kravet Furniture ICreate
Innovative technology at your fingertips! Kravet Vice President of Furniture Sara Kravet walks us through how Kravet is putting the power of creativity in the hands of designers with its new Kravet furniture ICreate Program. ICreate includes custom furniture spanning nearly every room in the home with options to make each piece your very own. Find out more about how this exciting program works- and all about specialty upgrades available through an exclusive partnership with hardware favorite Addison Weeks. The presentation will conclude with Will Hunt Lewis, VP Curated Kravet on how this Icreate program extends to accent tables, and the custom lighting program.
FIRST FRIDAY SERIES: Carter Inc + Hartmann&Forbes
The Making of One Shade – From Fiber to Finished Product
The Making of One Shade from fiber to finished product is an arduous process. Join Cara Webb, Western Regional Manager at Hartmann&Forbes as she takes you through this journey from fiber harvesting, knotting and loom preparation to weaving and final crafting of a natural handwoven shade.