Interior designer Trudy Dujardin offers environmental guidance for pristine living with lecture at Fairfield University November 5
(Posted on October 20, 2009) Award-winning interior designer Trudy Dujardin, ASID, LEED AP, the newest faculty addition to Fairfield University's Interior Design Program at University College, presents "Holistic House," a lecture on sustainable design and healthy living at Fairfield's Oak Room in the Barone Campus Center, Thursday, Nov. 5 at 7:00 p.m. Organic wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Admission is $15 and tickets are available by calling (203) 254-4110.
According to Dujardin, there is only one location we can really control: our own homes and Dujardin teaches how one can achieve a cleaner, "greener" standard of living and better health through creating a pristine environment.
In her lecture, Dujardin provides a detailed guide to living in beautiful, well-designed homes, using the principles of sustainable design and construction. Told through the story of two of her own homes, one built on the fragile Nantucket Island coastline, and another renovated in Connecticut on Long Island Sound, Dujardin provides inspiration for environmentally-friendly living.
Dujardin, president of Dujardin Design Associates, Inc., is nationally known for her dedication to simple elegance and her passion for green design. A national expert on non-toxic building materials, she has made sustainable design a by-word in the industry. Among her many awards, she has received the Award of Excellence for Green Design from the CT Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, 2007 and 2008; she was a consultant on indoor air quality and non-toxic material specification for Habitat for Humanity on Nantucket, Mass. She is also a member of Traditional Home Magazine's Green Advisory Board and a member of the US Green Building Council and the Design Futures Council.
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