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Case Study: Pepperdine University

In Blog, case study, Design Resource, Occupancy, Repurpose by Morgan Dix

Summary: Pepperdine needed to increase occupancy, upgrade their design standard, and come up with a sustainable solution to deal with their retiring furniture stock. Together, we developed an innovative solution that responded to all three of these requirements. Name: Pepperdine University: Raising Standards in Design & Sustainability Location: Malibu, CA Size: Ongoing Building Type: Residence Halls Project Team: DCI, Pepperdine University Product List: Bed, desk, mobile pedestal, stackable dresser, wardrobe Backstory Pepperdine is a private Christian research …

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5 Reasons Why Wood Is The Greenest Furniture Choice

In Blog, Climate Friendly Furniture, Green Manufacturing, GreenCertification, Recycle, Repurpose, Reuse, solid wood, Wood is Good by Morgan Dix

In the 21st Century, we face an onslaught of bad news from around the world when it comes to the environment. Despite knowing more about the sources of our environmental woes than ever before, it often feels like we just can’t get ahead of the curve. That’s one reason we are so excited about solid hardwood furniture. Wood is good, as they say, because it is an incredible green solution …

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A Guide To Sustainable Residence Hall Furniture

In Blog, Climate Friendly Furniture, Green Manufacturing, GreenCertification, Local Sourcing, Nontoxic, Recycle, Repurpose, Reuse, solid wood, Wood is Good by Amos Kober

How can you ensure that your dorm furniture is made from sustainable, safe, and long-lasting material? Is it possible and affordable to buy sustainable residence hall furniture? There’s a lot of confusion and even misinformation on this topic in our industry. That’s why we created this guide. To help you sort through the details and determine what level of sustainability you want in your furniture. I probably don’t need to …