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Shelf Mills

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Halifax
West Yorkshire
HX3 7PA
www.interface.com
Valerie Pinder
Tel +44 (0)1274 690 690
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Interface Europe Ltd, t/a Interface

Overview

Interface is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and supply of environmentally responsible modular flooring. Climate Take Back is the next step in Interface’s sustainability journey. It’s a journey which began in 1994, when the company made a commitment to becoming wholly sustainable by 2020. Known as Mission Zero, this became a goalpost for Interface, influencing everything from the way in which materials are sourced, to the manufacturing processes involved. Interface is once again redefining what it means to be a sustainable business with a new mission. Climate Take Back is an ambitious approach to sustainability that will take Interface beyond restorative practices, to focusing on truly regenerative operations. The mission is made up of four key pillars – · Live Zero - to have no negative impact and build on Mission Zero. · Love Carbon – changing attitudes towards carbon. · Let Nature Cool – Interface is working with Biomimicry 3.8 to assess how to run factories as forests. · Leading industry re-revolution – changing the way businesses operate through collaboration. Through Climate Take Back, Interface is illustrating businesses can lead the way in creating a climate fit for life, by looking to nature for inspiration and setting an example others can follow.

Online CPD Video (1)


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This aim of this material is to provide some clarity when it comes to the acoustic properties of flooring:
It will cover the following:
- The basics of acoustics and why it’s important to consider acoustics at the design stage and so select the right materials.
- Acoustic tests, which for flooring are sound absorption and impact sound transmission
- key technical terms are explained to help cut through some of the confusion about acoustic results and manufacturers claims.
- Typical acoustic results for flooring and how that can contribute to the acoustics of a space relative to other surfaces (materials).
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Online Learning

CPD Material (4)


Seminar
Understanding the acoustic properties of flooring
This aim of this material is to provide some clarity when it comes to the acoustic properties of flooring:
It will cover the following:
- The basics of acoustics and why it’s important to consider acoustics at the design stage and so select the right materials.
- Acoustic tests, which for flooring are sound absorption and impact sound transmission
- key technical terms are explained to help cut through some of the confusion about acoustic results and manufacturers claims.
- Typical acoustic results for flooring and how that can contribute to the acoustics of a space relative to other surfaces (materials).
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Workshop
Implementing Human Centred Design to Improve Health and Wellbeing Using Biophilic Design Principles
This workshop is designed to help you investigate and implement biophilic design in a variety of workplace settings. Contact Interface for an invitation to this free event, the ideal class size is between 30 and 40 participants.
The workshop presentation and practical exercises will help you to understand the following topics:
- Understand the terminology, history and ethos of biophilic design
- Understand and be able to describe key patterns of biophilic design
- Understand the business case for a human centred design approach and the benefits to building occupants and owners
- Understand how biophilic design can be applied at a range of costs and to a wide range of building types
- Understand how to discuss the research that underpins the ethos and illustrate with case studies
- Understand where to find further information
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Workshop
Seminar
How a Human Centred Design Approach Can Improve Health and Wellbeing Using Biophilic Design
This seminar provides an introduction to biophilic design. It will help you to understand the following topics:
- Understand the terminology, history and ethos of biophilic design
- Understand and be able to describe key patterns of biophilic design
- Understand the business case for a human centred design approach and the benefits to building occupants and owners
- Understand how biophilic design can be applied at a range of costs and to a wide range of building types
- Understand how to discuss the research that underpins the ethos and illustrate with case studies
- Understand where to find further information
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar
Seminar
Biophilic Design - Designing with Human Nature in Mind
This presentation investigates the new global movement looking at the concept of biophilic design. This involves and spans lots of disciplines, architecture, landscape, interiors, art and includes our public health and national education policy.

The concept of Biophilia looks at human beings instinctive and genetically based need to affiliate with nature and supports the belief that:

- We maintain a connection with ourselves through nature
- To reach our full creative potential we need sensory stimulation
- To heal faster we need natural light
- To learn better we need exposure to order and complexity
- To achieve sustainability, we need to cultivate a deep love for life
Knowledge level:
General Awareness
Material type: Seminar

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Interface Europe Ltd, t/a Interface has CPD Materials in the following areas: -

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