As an AIA CES Approved Provider, Arete Kitchens is happy to provide one hour “Munch & Learn” seminars offering AIA members 1 LU to contribute to annual credits.
- Wednesday, Feb. 7th (11:45 – 1:15), lunch provided
- Wednesday, Mar. 7th (11:45 – 1:15), lunch provided
This course will provide participants with an overview of the various finish options and
technology available in modern kitchen design and factors, such as durability, function,
and lifestyle, aesthetics and external environment, which should be considered when
selecting kitchen finishes. Case studies of worldwide architectural projects in which
material selections, hardware and integrated appliances support harmony, clean lines
and integrated living spaces will be presented during this learning session. Kitchen
projects which highlight the architectural dialogue between form and function as the
theme for both the interior and exterior environments will be presented.
Learning Objective 1: Participants will learn about the functionality of various finish options available in modern kitchen design and factors that impact the appropriate materials selection.
Learning Objective 2: Participants will learn how to selection finish options that fit harmoniously into the color and material concept of the house.
Learning Objective 3: Participant will learn how technological advances in kitchen hardware and integration of appliances can be used as a design tool to create simple, tranquil and integrated living environments.
Learning Objective 4: Participants will learn how the architectural concept of straight lines, functionality and minimalism are used to connect and integrate analogous living spaces into kitchen design.
Registration required. 3 participant minimum to hold session; maximum 8. For scheduling, contact Tom Wilkinson at 512.383.9906 or firstname.lastname@example.org