Presented By: Clarus
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.
- Explore the different types of decorative glass used in the interior environment and how each contributes to safety in the workplace.
- Explain the differences in the coating/finishing process of interior glass and enhancements due to technological innovation.
- Understand the numerous applications of decorative glass and the impact on health and safety in the interior environment.
- Glass is sustainable and recycled material that addresses numerous LEED criteria. We will discuss the environmental, health and safety aspects of glass.
Date: February 13, 2018
Check-in/Lunch: 11:45 AM ~ Lunch will be provided
Presentation: 12:00PM – 1:00PM
4100 Birch Street, Suite 300
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Learning Units: 1 HSW
AIA Members Free
Non-members – $20 (plus service fee)
Trey Harris earned a Bachelor’s degree in business marketing; and radio, television, and film from Texas Christian University. For the better part of the first decade in his career, Trey worked in architectural photography, led national marketing for the planning & landscape architecture division of a national A/E firm, and honed his skills as a professional communicator. Later, he joined a large Steelcase dealer in Dallas, where he led A&D sales & marketing efforts. Soon after, he transitioned into strategic account management and worked on hundreds of projects, addressing business needs through furniture. Then, Trey joined Teknion as a business development specialist, and led Teknion’s DFW efforts to expand the education market.
Trey joined the Clarus sales organization as the Education Market Manager, where his main objective is to help universities make the leap from the whiteboards of yesterday to the solution preferred by nearly all campuses – glassboards. Trey is certified to teach Clarus’ published CEUs: “Generation Z: Why Design is Changing… Again” as well as “Decorative Glass for Interior Environments”.