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'Design of Sustainability' Feb. 8

February 2, 2010

Though trained as an interior designer, Penny Bonda is popularly referred to as "the mother of green interiors." She has pioneered the development of many of the accepted practices and recognized standards that have defined the sustainability movement. Hear her speak on 'Design of Sustainability' at CSU on Feb. 8.

Monday, Feb. 8
7 p.m.
Clark Building, Room A 104

Penny Bonda will be spending two days on campus as the Department of Design and Merchandising Executive in Residence with a specialization in interior design.


Bonda will give a presentation titled, "Design of Sustainability,"  that is open to the public on Monday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. in A 104 Clark Building on the CSU campus.

There is no charge for Bonda's presentation.

Internationally recognized

Penny Bonda is an internationally recognized leader of sustainable interior design and the founding chair of the LEED for Commercial Interiors Committee.

She was invited to be one of the consultants to the architect of the U.S. Capitol and its surrounding 24 acres including the Library of Congress in D.C. for sustainability master planning. 

She is a co-author of the book, Sustainable Commercial Interiors, and fellow and former president of the American Society of Interior Designers.

Event sponsorship

Bonda's presentation is being sponsored by the Colorado State Department of Design and Merchandising.

Contact: Stephanie Clemons
Phone: (970) 491-1629