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Getting to know LEED: Interior Design and Construction (ID+C)

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As humans, we spend 90% of our time indoors. We’re of the mindset that time should be spent in spaces that allow us to breathe easy, give us views of nature and daylight, and make us healthier and more productive. LEED for Interior Design and Construction (LEED ID+C) enables project teams, who may not have control over whole building operations, the opportunity to develop indoor spaces that are better for the planet and for people.

Who it's for

While you may apply the LEED ID+C rating system to any number of project types, from commercial offices to standalone stores, we’ve provided a specialized pathway for the retail sector that recognizes specialized requirements.

  • Commercial Interiors. For interior spaces dedicated to functions other than retail or hospitality.
  • Retail. Guides retailers interior spaces used to conduct the retail sale of consumer product goods. Includes both direct customer service areas (showroom) and preparation or storage areas that support customer service.
  • Hospitality. Designed for interior spaces dedicated to hotels, motels, inns, or other businesses within the service industry that provide transitional or short-term lodging with or without food.

Learn more about the certification process, and get started on your project today. Find additional resources, and purchase your copy of the LEED Reference Guide for ID+C.

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