February 2018 Print

Calendar of Events

2018 Vendor Blender

March 28, 2018

Horizons Ballroom Crowne Plaza Hotel

701 East Genessee St Syracuse NY 13210


Please stay tuned as we add more Vendors to this list in the next few days!


Official 2018 Vendor Blender Sponsor


Other Participating Vendors









We are also working on our CEU Events. Keep looking for updates, as we add more ceu programs in the next few days!


Micro Living and the Evolution of Multifuctional Space”

Approved for 1 AIA/CES Learning Unit Topic, 1 NKBA CEU:


This presentation explores the evolving need for Micro and Multifunctional Space. As cities become more densely populated, living space is at a premium. Designers are now challenged to create living space within a smaller footprint, but with all the amenities and comforts that we are used to. In this presentation we will discuss design techniques and products available on the market today that can help create a successful micro space.



Demystifying Resins: A Guide to Designing with Polymers”



This presentation provides real-world considerations and demonstrations for material performance in the built environment. You’ll learn how to select the right translucent polymer materials for your architectural and interior design projects and how resins help solve challenging modern design dilemmas like daylighting, reusable materials, and energy efficiency.



Color and Paint In Environments For Aging”

IDCEC 0.1 HSW / AIA 1.0 HSW / 1 NKBA


An overview of the changes in color perception as a result of aging or disease. This course also examines the various types of common care environments available for the elderly, and features a discussion on the application of low- or no-VOC, durable, high-quality paint, and appropriate color use to facilitate quality of life in all environments for the aging.



What is Quartz - The Solution for Commercial & Residential Surfaces

AIA Course # WAQTZ2016 / IDCEC Course # 104076 / 1 NKBA CEU / 1 LU/HSW


Quartz surfacing is a man-made material, consisting of over 90% natural quartz crystal. In this course, you will discover the other components behind the beauty, durability and flexibility of this surfacing material. You will see the composition, production and quality assurance processes that go into making the material and the resultant attributes, capabilities, and the installation basics of quartz surfacing materials.



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