Andrea Vollf Hosts Sustainable Holiday Decor Workshop

Interior designer, LEED consultant, and writer Andrea Vollf of VK Sustainable Concepts, will be hosting a free class on how to make holiday gifts for friends and loved ones using recycled materials. The class is Saturday, October 19th at the Chicago Center for Green Technology and is completely FREE! All that is required is pre-registration, which is found on the centers website.

2ab35926-e61b-4365-bd05-02ba9838db0b_lcLearn how to make personalized gifts from recyclable materials like plastic, cork, glass, wood and fabric. Not only is it a great way to save a little cash this holiday season but it is a great way for the whole family to learn about the power of recycling and the good it can do for the environment. Make something extra special this holiday season that will hold a great deal of meaning instead of going for the typical materialistic gift. 

Short bio on Andrea Vollf:

Andrea Vollf, LEED AP ID+C, has over 10 years of experience in the interior design & decorating industry. She is a LEED Accredited Professional with in-depth knowledge of sustainable design for both commercial and residential spaces.

Recently nominated by the Daily Herald Business Ledger as one of the Influential Women in Business 2012, Andrea has successfully passed the NCIDQ exam and she is a registered interior designer in Illinois and Nevada. Her educational background in interior design includes Parsons School of Design in NYC and the Illinois Institute of Art-Schaumburg. A second bachelor degree in Social Communications from Brazil along with over 13 years of experience in the advertising and marketing industry makes Andrea a very unique professional.

For more information on the event visit: http://www.chicagogreentech.org/green-tech-u-classes/schedule-and-registration?eventId=738076&EventViewMode=EventDetails

To learn more about VK Sustainable Concepts visit:  http://www.andreavollf.com/events.html

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