Kitchen Design Trends and Technology

Join us for our 2014 kitchen webinar series and explore design trends, specifications and emerging technology. Watch your email throughout the year for your invitation to register, or visit this webpage for the April, June, September and November sessions.

A Designer’s Challenge: Understanding New Oven Cooking Technologies
From Performance Capabilities to Location Possibilities

TUESDAY, APRIL 22
1 p.m. CDT, Noon MDT, 11 a.m. PDT

The recorded version of the webinar will be available 24/7 on ForResidentialPros.com. Registrants will receive a link via email. Following the webinar, registrants may download the valuable webinar workbook.

In this one-hour presentation you will learn the technical aspects of new cooking equipment that combines heat transference methods. We’ll start with a detailed equipment discussion, followed by practical “how to” information about where these innovative appliances might be located in both large and small spaces, the mechanical considerations to assure a satisfied client, and what to budget. Of course, we’ll address the important question: Can these new ovens replace a full-sized traditional oven?

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Learn how heat transference technologies function to improve the cooking capabilities and performance efficiency of oven appliances. Determine how to evaluate the appropriateness of this equipment for a kitchen under development.
  2. Expand on ergonomic information provided by Architectural Graphic Standards to include placement considerations for new multi-functioning cooking appliances, which suggest new placement standards focused on more accessible positioning of the cooking equipment for the home chef.
  3. Examine a collection of kitchen plans with design ideas that reimagine the cooking center so that you are confident suggesting new layouts and locations for the kitchen cooking center of activity.
  4. Detail the mechanical aspects of new cooking appliances so that planners can accurately complete the mechanical plans and write the project specifications.

CEU CREDITS APPROVED

COST: Complimentary, thanks to our sponsor

Since the introduction of the first self-ventilated cooktop in 1961 and downdraft ventilated range in 1965, Jenn-Air brand has consistently grown its reputation as a technology and design innovator. To learn more about the Jenn-Air® appliance collection, or speak with a member of the concierge team, please visit jennair.com, twitter.com/jennairusa or facebook.com/jennair.

Speakers:

Ellen Cheever Ellen Cheever
With clients stretching from California to the East Coast, Cheever manages both a private residential design practice and a consulting firm that develops innovative products, designs memorable showrooms, and creates highly effective training...
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Ann Nolan Ann Nolan
An honors graduate from Scottsdale Culinary Institute, Chef Ann Nolan has been a professional pastry chef, as well as the culinary program director for Sur La Table in Scottsdale, Arizona. Chef Ann is familiar with...
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Leslie Hart Leslie Hart
Leslie Hart, a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association Hall of Fame, is a widely recognized journalist and branding consultant specializing in the kitchen and bath industry. After a career in publishing...
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Moderator:

Janice Costa Janice Costa
For nearly two decades, Janice Costa has been indulging her passion for design in the role of editor of Kitchen & Bath Design News, and she is continually inspired by the ever-changing nature of this market, and the talented, creative...
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