CES/CEU

Modern Ceramics: An Ancient Industry’s Surprising Embrace of Technology: CEU with Hanley Wood University
tilepersonTile of Spain has partnered with ARCHITECT Magazine and Hanley Wood University to launch a new CEU. Modern Ceramics: An Ancient Industry’s Surprising Embrace of Technology, sponsored by Tile of Spain, is now available through Hanley Wood University

This educational article sums up today’s architectural ceramics with three terms – innovative, versatile, and high performance. It identifies and assesses the four types of tile, discusses specification opportunities presented by new technologies, explains emerging technologies in tile, and covers uses for architectural ceramics as a building material. Click here to access the course and earn AIA credits.

 

An Ecological Basis for Selecting Ceramic Tile: CEU with Architectural Record

Tile of Spain has partnered with Architectural Record to launch a new CEU for architects and designers. An Ecological Basis for Selecting Ceramic Tile: Evaluating ceramic tile for use in green building projects, sponsored by Tile of Spain, is now available in the Architectural Record Continuing Education Center.

 

This educational article discusses the environmental benefits of tile based on its technical performance, reviews how to use ceramics in green building and highlights innovations in the industry. It also gives an overview of the modern development of ceramic tile in terms of building performance and construction benefits. Click here to access the course.

 

 

 

 

Specification 2.0: Understanding Ceramics to Use Their Full Potential
The modern age of ceramic tile began around 1970. Since then the innovations in aesthetics and quality have jumped by leaps and bounds. Today, we will explore the four types of tile. Production techniques and an easy rule of thumb will be applied to provide simple language to explain choices to clients easily and select the optimal tile for every job. Once a solid foundation of knowledge is built we can get creative utilizing all the new products available to their maximum potential. As the industry changes, new production and glazing techniques give rise to new materials – it’s up to us to take full advantage of this highly innovative industry. Modern technology like large formats, slim porcelains, ventilated facades and ceramic screens provide nearly limitless potential to grow our specifications outside kitchens and baths or even floors and walls. As part of this presentation, 30 minutes will be devoted to trends/innovations and the second half to focus on ventilated facades.

 

This is an in-person CEU. Please contact Tile of Spain at info@tileofspainusa.com to schedule the course for your firm.