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Sustainable Interior Design in the Context of Circular Economy  
Location : RoGBC Headqurters, Argentina St. 43, Bucharest
From: Thursday 02 May 2019, 11:00
To: Thursday 02 May 2019, 17:00

This course is an optional course for those seeking the "Green Building Professional" certification.

On May 2nd, 2019, RoGBC has the honor to invite you at our headquarters on Argentina St. 43, for a training and workshop session with sustainable interior designer Ciprian Șipoș.

Concepts to be presented and event activities:

  • Green interior design world
  • Materials - production (raw material processing, packaging) + properties (texture, color, temperature, perception)
  • Case studies (projects, product design)
  • Group workshops
  • Biophilic design
  • Relationship between physical properties and perception/emotional interpretation

The prices for attending this course are:
RoGBC member -  150 RON
Non-member  -  200 RON
Student - 80 RON

If you wish to participate in this course, please send the completed registration form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click here to see full program discounts.



Ciprian Șipoș - Interior Designer

Ciprian Șipoș has 13 years of experience as a stylist in the fashion industry. In 2013, he started his interior design studies for 4 years in Barcelona, at Instituto Europeo di Disegn, focusing on the principles of green circular design and on the integration of reused, organic and recycled materials and products in interior spaces.
In London, at IED/ECT/extra curriculum specialty, he pursued a specialization in colour based on the formulas of William Morris. Together with Vitra he envisioned the “Spaces of the Future (2040)” and developed the concept of future design thinking.
In his projects, Ciprian included reuse as a basic principle in the renovation and space layout, from offices and homes, to complex multifunctional spaces. He created spaces based on circular design, with the help of modern technologies.


Andreea Iuliana Leonte - Researcher/Legal consultant

Andreea Leonte is a researcher and legal consultant on environmental and circular economy legislation. She is a Fellow for China Studies at the Romanian Institute for the Study of the Asia-Pacific (RISAP). She authored numerous articles and analyses about the global environmental crisis, municipal waste management in China, the Belt and Road Initiative, trade and market issues in China and the internationalisation of Chinese companies in  The Guardian,  Foreign Policy, The Diplomat, Ecomagazin, The Market for Ideas and on RISAP's website.

She is a fluent English, Mandarin and French speaker and holds a Master’s Degree in Chinese Business and Commercial Law from the Beijing Foreign Studies University. Her areas of focus are circular economy, climate change, environmental law, EU law, Chinese foreign policy and China's commercial, legal and environmental developments.