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Subway Tile Style with Bamboo

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If you like bamboo, you may be interested in this new bamboo subway tile from Anchor Bay Tile.  Available in autumn blush, chestnut, ebony, and natural (see below), the three-by-six inch tile is made in the USA with bamboo that's harvested at maturity between 5.5 to 6 years.  Anchor Bay Tile uses bamboo that qualifies for SCS Indoor Advantage Gold certification and claims the tiles work well in dry applications for both residential and commercial projects. 

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Haptik Sustainable Suite Design by WATG

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The USGBC, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and The Network of the Hospitality Industry (NEWH) together announced the winner of the first ever Sustainable Suite Design Competition.  The purpose of the competition was to showcase the best hospitality design strategies that boast environmental responsibility while enhancing the guest experience.  Out of 65 professional design entries, WATG and IDEO took the top prize for their suite, Haptik. 

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Let Dyson Elegantly Keep You Cool

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Check out this incredible new fan from Dyson called the Air Multiplier.  It's unlike any fan you've ever seen — the Air Multiplier has no blades and delivers a smooth, uninterrupted flow of air without buffeting.  Dyson has three versions that will sell from $299-$329.  And according to the Architects' Journal blog, Footprint, the Air Multiplier uses 1/50th of the electricity of an air conditioning unit and can be used to keep someone comfortable.  It also has touch tilt, 90 degree oscillation, and a dimmer switch power control.  See how it works below … you'll be blown away just like these folks.

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