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It’s past time for interior designers to make climate commitments

13/01/2020

Architects and landscape designers have pledged radical changes in how they work to help combat climate change. Interior designers need to follow suit—now, writes Studio O+A’s Verda Alexander. At a recent design panel I cohosted with Metropolis magazine, we talked about the fact that as designers, we...
Architects and landscape designers have pledged radical changes in how they work to help combat climate change. Interior designers need to follow suit—now, writes Studio O+A’s Verda Alexander. At a recent design panel I cohosted with Metropolis magazine, we talked about the fact that as designers, we have a lot of power to guide our clients and projects. But we often relinquish that power, believing that our greatest purpose is to answer the client’s needs and create the most comfortable workplaces we can.Read Full Story Architects and landscape designers have pledged radical changes in how they work to help combat climate change. Interior designers need to follow suit—now, writes Studio O+A’s Verda Alexander. At a recent design panel I cohosted with Metropolis magazine, we talked about the fact that as designers, we have a lot of power to guide our clients and projects. But we often relinquish that power, believing that our greatest purpose is to answer the client’s needs and create the most comfortable workplaces we can.Read Full Story
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