KI in the News

From Air, to Plastic, to the Office
From Air, to Plastic, to the Office  ED+C Magazine | October 2014

A furniture manufacturer is incorporating a thermoplastic product derived from greenhouse gases pulled from the air.

Active Design and Workplace Wellness
Active Design and Workplace Wellness  The Huffington Post | September 4, 2014

Workplace Wellness: 7 Workplace Design Experts, Including KI's Jonathan Webb, Weigh in on the Next Big Thing

KI Chairs Made With AirCarbon Featured On CBS This Morning
KI Chairs Made With AirCarbon Featured On CBS This Morning  CBS This Morning | September 1, 2014

KI Chairs Made With AirCarbon Featured On CBS This Morning

Apprenticeship Programs Can Close Skills Gap
Apprenticeship Programs Can Close Skills Gap  Chicago Tribune | July 13, 2014

The White House recently announced a $600 million investment in professional apprenticeship programs. The administration hopes to strengthen ties between community colleges and private companies - and equip workers with the skills they need to secure good paying jobs in growing industries.

Product Breakdown: AirCarbon for KI
Product Breakdown: AirCarbon for KI  Interiors & Sources Magazine | May 29, 2014

KI has produced the world's first carbon negative chair thanks to AirCarbon by Newlight Technologies.

Mimicking Plants to Make Plastic
Mimicking Plants to Make Plastic  Architect | January 2014

"Design similes" emulate biological processes for environmental benefit in the production of everyday goods.