Tarkett webinar addresses design, air quality

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Chagrin Falls, Ohio—Tarkett will present a webinar, Designing People-Friendly Spaces: Keeping Occupants Healthy, Safe and Comfortable, Thursday, Nov. 7, at 2 p.m. ET.
 The complimentary webinar is open to all professionals in architecture, interior design and facility management.

A panel of experts will address the ways in which architects and designers can create people-friendly spaces, with a focus on indoor air quality.
 They include: Diane Martel, vice president, environmental planning and strategy, Tarkett North America; Mike Trinagle, senior vice president, external affairs for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America; Juliette Bowker, associate, senior interior project designer, Perkins + Will; Alison Faecher, associate principal, director of interior design, TRO Jung Brannen, and Sandra Soraci, director, healthcare strategy and interior design, DAI Architects.

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