Living Product Challenge: Providing a Path to Sustainable Materials & Buildings

A session by Lisa Britton, Arthur Clarke, Ellie Priester and Amir Sekhavat
Industrial Louvers, HMTX Industries, Teknoflor and Superior Essex Communications

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This panel session will feature three manufacturers that have completed the Living Product Challenge (LPC) and can articulate its role in providing hope for a healthier materials economy amidst the crisis of toxic and unsustainable products. Their Case Studies will encompass their journeys to LPC certification and touch upon some of the unique, sustainable attributes of their Living Products. The panelists will also demonstrate the ways in which their Living Products can contribute towards certification under the Living Building Challenge, LEED, and WELL. The AEC community responsible for specifying healthy materials will benefit from this session, as will manufacturers that are looking for information and inspiration to pursue their own Living Products.


  • Achieve an enhanced knowledge of the Living Product Challenge (LPC) and the impact potential of net-positive manufacturing on building occupants' health and wellbeing
  • Describe the case for designing high-performing, sustainable, and resilient products and manufacturing processes
  • Understand how to use the LPC/LBC Alignment Tool to specify products that have achieved LPC/LBC Imperatives or LEED/WELL credits and will ensure occupant health
  • Through a novel interactive session, discover a fun, engaging and supportive way to test and expand your audience’s knowledge and understanding of LPC and healthy, net positive materials


This session has been approved for the following continuing education credits:

  • 1 General LFA CE credit
  • 1 AIA LU|HSW

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