Previously, I interviewed Eric Corey Freed, the Organic Architect on his top five green residential design picks. I couldn’t let him go without asking his top five green commercial design picks. He didn’t disappoint me. Watch the below video or podcast as Freed explains why he love his top five picks.
Just as an aside, Freed’s choices do not lack from luster. His choices reflect that green is beautiful and does not in any way detract from the design process. As many of you know I love green design, especially fabric. So, I truly loved his choices.
Top Five Picks:
- 3-Form EcoResisn. He uses this product in almost every project he does due to its versatility.
- MioCulture Foldscape Ceiling Tiles. Great way to hide a drop ceiling and extremely easy to assemble.
- DaisyCake Suspended Chains. Great room divider and interesting wall art. You can design a company logo into the chains.
- Wave Paneling offered via 3D Panelling and modularArts. Can be used for paneled wall and cabinet fronts. It is the type of product that everyone wants to touch.
- Baltix Work Stations. Uses agricultural wastes to make interesting work station.
Make sure you listen towards the end of the video as Freed provides advice to other architects or engineers to persuade people to build or design green.
Join the Conversation:
- What are your favorite green commercial design products?
- Do you think using green materials in commercial spaces increases productivity in employees?
- Which of the above products would you love in your company’s space?
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