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November 8, 8:30 am - 7:00 pm | $5 – $65
Sourced

Come see the newest and coolest products hitting our market this fall! Featuring over 70 vendors from across America as well as exciting local makers, all under one roof for you to meet and interact with. From tile and lighting to glass and furniture, sourced has it all for you to touch and experience!

Event Schedule

8:30am – 10:00am Leadership Breakfast
The Story of Company Culture: How Jill Nelson built Ruby Receptionists

How to build a service-driven culture to foster happy customers and employees to increase revenue and business growth.

Get ready to be inspired and ready to change the world with our Keynote Speaker, Jill Nelson, CEO and founder of Ruby Receptionists. Named one of FORTUNE Magazine’s Best Small Companies to Work for in the US, one of Inc’s Best Workplaces, and one of the 100 Best Companies to work for in Oregon, Jill Nelson knows first hand what it takes to build a company with a culture that supports all employees. Her talk will focus on creating a healthy work culture that benefits you and your customers. Start your day learning from the best and walk away with ideas to implement in your own business!

$65. Light breakfast included.

 

10:00am – 7:00pm Product Trade Show
Find the materials you need to make your next project the most exciting, most sustainable, and the best for your client!  See all participating vendors here >>

  • Network with the best in the industry.
  • Catch up on your continuing education credits.
  • Nosh on snacks and beverages served all day.

$5 general admission.

 

10:30am – 5:30pm CEU Classes Offered Every Hour
Need some credits? sourced has you covered, featuring a selection of courses with AIA HSW, IDCEC, and GBCI credits just for you! See link for schedule of classes and detailed course information.

$15 / class.

 

5:30 Portland Design Events Lecture at Ziba
Matthew Kreilich: Snow Kreilich Architects feat. Outside Architecture

CEU Schedule and Course Descriptions

10:30am | Color’s Impact on the Mind and Body in Interior Environments

Presented by Cambria

AIA: 1 LU/HSW
IDCEC: 0.1 CEU
NARI: 1 CEU
NKBA: 0.1 CEU

Course Description: The colors that surround us every day play an important role in our emotions and behavior when we engage with a specific finish material or environment. This course provides an overview of how the human eye sees color, the effect it can have on our moods, behavior, and physiology, and lastly, how it can be used as a powerful tool to send messages about spaces or products to consumers.

11:30am | Appropriate Architectural Uses of TFL vs. HPL

Presented by Wilsonart

AIA: 1.0 LU
IDCEC: 0.1 CEU

Course Description: This course defines TFL panel and HPL products and how they are made. It explains the performance differences between TFL and HPL and the implications of those variations. The course provides guidance on appropriate uses of each product. Lastly, the course discusses the importance of the quality of match between HPL, TFL and edge banding.

12:30pm | Understanding Polyurethane & Silicone Faux Leathers

Presented by Brentano, with Trammell-Gagné

IDCEC: 0.1 CEU

Course Description: This course compares and contrasts leather versus the various types of faux leather. It will provide and understanding of the production and construction of faux leathers, and review the process of hydrolysis. Lastly, the course will cover the key points of cleaning and caring for faux leather products.

1:30pm | Technology Driven Manufactured Construction

Presented by GRIT Building Solutions, a DIRTT representative

AIA: 1 LU/HSW
IDCEC: 0.1 CEU

Course Description: Technology-driven manufactured construction is customized prefab construction for the building interior. The key is technology – real-time, interactive 3D software – that integrates with CAD, Revit and manufacturing software, bridging the gap between the client-design team and the manufacturer. The result is high-performance interiors that keep their value over time. This type of construction is especially suited to projects where speed is of the essence and when clients require certainty of price and quality.

Manufactured construction promotes safety at the project site and can be specified to contribute to better indoor air quality. The ability to integrate technology hardware in the physical space, environmental sustainability and design control are other benefits.

2:30pm | Value Analysis (a technical review of porcelain tile)

Presented by Crossville, with United Tile

AIA: 1.0 HSW
IDCEC: 0.1 CEU
GBCI: 1.0 CE

Course Description: This course provides a technical approach to understanding the overall core concepts and considerations of porcelain tile selection including environmental sustainability and potential impacts to human health to improve the specification decision making process.

3:30pm | Uses, Applications & Advantages of Perforated Metal & Profile Wire

Presented by Hendrick Architectural Products, with Spec Systems

AIA: 1.0 LU

Course Description: In this course, we explore architectural uses for perforated metals, wedge wire, and profile bar. The audience will gain insight into how this material is manufactured, designed, specified, and used in various applications. We will also explore its optimal uses as cladding, sunshades, ventilation grilles, grating, entrance flooring; as well as other decorative elements.

4:30pm | Economics of Biophilic Design

Presented by Green Plants for Green Buildings and Urban Plantscapes, a division of Dennis’ 7Dees

AIA: 1.0 HSW
IDCEC: 0.1 CEU
GBCI: 1.0 CE

Course Description: This program examines the economic argument in favor of biophilic design using case studies from five sectors; workplaces, health care, education, retail, and built communities. Research from neuroscience and endocrinology show the crucial role that experiencing nature has for our physiological well-being. The research involving biophilic design and its impact on human health, productivity and behavior is described and the potential for cost savings or increased revenue to the five sectors examined is summarized.

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Date:
November 8
Time:
8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Cost:
$5 – $65
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Venue

Pure Space
1315 NW Overton St
Portland, OR 97209 United States
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Website:
http://purespaceportland.com/