April - Free Webinars - Large Scale Sustainability in Small Scale Spaces
Sponsored by: Ceramic Tile Education Foundation
Large Scale Sustainability in Small Scale Spaces
David Tracz – Co-Founder – //3877 Architecture and Design
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 – 12:00-:00pm EDT
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This webinar, led by co-founder of DC-based architecture and interiors firm //3877 David Tracz, will evaluate sustainability practices in residential design on a macro and micro level. Starting with an introduction to the latest sustainable technologies in residential design, the webinar will walk through these various solutions, showcasing their benefits to both the design of the home as a whole and the bath specifically.
Each technology, new to market and established in the industry, will be discussed on a larger scale. This will be followed by a deep dive into how each technology, when implemented by the design team and homeowner can vastly shrink the environmental footprint of the residence. Within this frame of the conversation, David will touch on the bathroom’s reputation as a high-energy producing space. He’ll share methods for improving and minimizing the bathroom’s energy output, which also offers a long-term cost-savings to homeowners. Examples of David’s own bathroom renovation and energy efficient home will be referenced throughout the presentation, acting as a guide for what listeners should consider for their own projects.
At the end of this session you will:
- Unpack the latest in sustainable technologies for residences, with a focus on water saving elements and solar panel sourced energies.
- Illuminate the benefits of integrating sustainable technologies in macro and micro terms.
- Showcase how technologies installed for the whole home impact design, habits, and environmental footprints for individual rooms in the home with an emphasis on the bathroom.