American Hardwood Export Council AIA Hong Kong Present: Design with Sustainable American Hardwoods
Date(s) - 16/12/2015
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The American Club Hong Kong
48/F, Exchange Square Two, Central
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American Hardwood Export Council and AIA Hong Kong Present:
Design with Sustainable American Hardwoods
December 16, 2015 | 18:30 – 21:00
American hardwoods have always been a popular choice for furniture designers, architects and interior designers world wide because of the wide variety of species available and for their environmental credentials. With the export of US hardwoods to Greater China (Hong Kong, China and Taiwan) exceeding US$1billion in 2014 and many more applications becoming apparent for both interior and building construction projects, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) is proud to co-host this complimentary AIA/CES course on the use of sustainable American hardwoods in design. Timber traders, furniture manufacturers, architects, interior designers and media are welcome to attend.
Presenter: Mr. Criswell Davis
President | Mighty Oaks Consulting
Criswell Davis, President of Mighty Oaks Consulting based in Dayton, Ohio, is an internationally recognized American hardwood expert, speaker and consultant. Among many other events, he has lectured to the AIA Shanghai Chapter, SOM, Hyatt Hotels, KPF, Moshe Safdie Architects, Kieran Timberlake and Woods Bagot. He advises some of the largest architecture and design firms in the world, helping to guide the process of specifying and procuring American hardwoods for projects in the US and overseas. Criswell Davis has been in the American hardwood industry for over 28 years, including nearly 20 years representing a large American sawmill and kiln drying facility. An approved AIA Continuing Education provider and university lecturer, he is often called upon to speak on behalf of AHEC and has presented to more than 4,000 architects, designers, specifiers and students around the world.
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