May 10, 2018

Specifying Residential Carpeting

Presenter: Carol Swedlow, R.A., President, Aronson’s Floor Covering

Overview: Learn to distinguish for quality among the many choices when specifying carpeting for your residential clients. This seminar will cover: fibers and backing materials, carpet construction and manufacturing, installation concerns including seaming and transitions, and carpet care.

Carol Swedlow An architect by training, Carol entered her family’s business nearly 20 years ago – first as a project manager, then as Managing Partner and ultimately as President – and never turned back. Under her tutelage, Aronson’s has become renowned for its considered approaches to design and architecture, as well as its dedication to environmental sustainability. The store has changed the conversation about design materials, artisanship and sustainability through its work with artisan materials fabricators and its workshop series for architects and designers, and its emphasis on sustainability is reflected in flooring collections featuring natural fibers and other sustainable materials. In addition to her background as an architect, Carol is also a building developer, an active co-op and condo board member and a committed member of her East Village neighborhood and community.

This lecture is accredited for 2 LU/HSW credits through the American Institute of Architects and .2 credits through the American Society of Interior Designers.

Photography by: Genevieve Garruppo
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