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15-06-2011 Aerea, a new collection by Arconas
06-04-2011 ATMOSPHÄRE nouvellement associée au fabriquant ARCONAS



30-03-2011 Une JONQUILLE pour la VIE au profit de la Société canadienne du cancer



18-03-2011 Can a tree make you happy ?


02-22-2011 Figueras wins DME award


02-08-2011 Pedestrian Cities

Encourage walking and cycling. Discourage car and parking.

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09-23-2010 Landscape Forms Metro 40 wins a price

The Metro 40 video of Landscape Forms won a national Silver Telly Award for Best Sales Video this year. The video was produced by their designer Norm Lee with Lawrence Productions.

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08-19-2010 MSU "green" buildings improve worker health

Students and employees might want to think twice before going into a building that is not LEED-certified, according to a study by researchers from MSU.

For more information on the LEED certifications, go on the Canada Green Building Council website : http://www.cagbc.org/

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08-16-2010 Landscape Forms presents Sorella planters

Landscape Forms is proud to present the Sorella planters designed by Robert Chipman, landscape architect. Sorella is the lovely Italian word for “sister” and an apt name for this attractive family group. Sorella planters are related in their steel construction and softly curved rectilinear profile, complimentary in their individual shapes and sizes.

For more information on the Sorella planters, click here


08-13-2010 GREEN UP program sets up a new pilot project on arenas

This national pilot project will benchmark arena facilities across Canada, identify and audit top-performing facilities, establish national performance and design standards, and enable participants to track performance trends in their own facilities and the sector as a whole. If you would like to have your arena facilities participate in this project, please send your request to Monique Goguen at GREENUP@cagbc.org.

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07-27-2010 Landscape Forms partners with Robert A.M Stern Architects

Kalamazoo, MI - Landscape Forms, North America’s largest designer and manufacturer of site furniture, announces a creative collaboration with Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, the New York- based architecture and design practice internationally acclaimed for its residential, commercial and institutional work. The partnership brings together acknowledged leaders in their respective fields who share a commitment to design excellence and quality execution in products and projects for the built environment. In the process it establishes a creative dialogue between an architectural practice known for contemporary interpretation of traditional forms with a manufacturer whose identity is rooted in contemporary design.

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07-06-2010 Hussey Seating marks 175 years as family firm

Many people couldn't tell you about their great-great-great-grandfather. But for Hussey Seating Co. in North Berwick, family values have been a key to the company's longevity.

Hussey Seating is celebrating 175 years in business and six generations of Husseys at the helm.

Hussey started as a plow company in 1835, then morphed into a fabricator of steel products such as ski jumps and stepladders before settling into the bleacher and grandstand business.

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05-25-2010 Landscape Forms Metro40 wins an Award

Landscape Forms Metro40 wins Best of Category for Furniture in I.D. Magazine’s Annual Design Review 2010.
The winner of the top award in the furniture category is the first integrated collection of furniture and lighting designed specifically for the urban transit core.

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06-09-2010 21st Century Environmental Awareness

Energy conservation and technology improvements that support 21st century green building principles are front of mind here at Hussey Seating Company. By “greening up” our facilities, products and procedures, we are measurably reducing our environmental impact.

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12-16-2010 Robert A.M. Stern

The pluralist: Robert A.M. Stern wins the Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture: Click here to view the Metro 40 videoLEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, certifications are a set of requirements to improve indoor environmental quality in buildings. Buildings that are LEED-certified have been proven to improve health in employees, said Sue Grady, an assistant professor of geography and researcher on the study.


 

 

 


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