What’s New in Kitchen Ventilation is the second in a four-part webinar series that explores kitchen design trends, specifications, ventilation and emerging technology. Sponsored by Jenn-Air, a leader in providing on-trend education for the design community, additional segments of this educational program will be presented in September and November. Watch your email for your invitation and program details.
FIRST IN THE SERIES: Problem-Solving Kitchens
Recorded in May, you can view this on-demand presentation at your convenience. Click the link above for details and registration, as well as instructions for obtaining CEU credit.
Cost: Complimentary, thanks to JENN-AIR
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. Its selection of style options includes two distinct stainless steel collections and a cutting-edge Floating Glass finish in black or white. From downdraft cooktops, wall ovens and professional style ranges to dishwashers, refrigerators and such entertaining essentials as warming drawers, built-in ice machines and wine cellars, Jenn-Air brand offers a complete line of major kitchen appliances. 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.
CEU credits: 0.1 from NKBA, AIA
This lively, one-hour online seminar will begin with a design-focused pictorial review of unusual ventilation systems introduced at recent European trade shows. Then, we’ll discuss how spot exhaust systems extract airborne contaminants, new ventilation technology, re-engineered systems, planning guidelines, and installation tips. The session will conclude with a gallery of kitchens created with great-looking and great-working ventilation systems.
CEU LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- Show European ventilation system designs so you see new, creative ways to meet the functional requirements of the ventilation system, as well as enhance their design aesthetic.
- Explain the technical details of a ventilation system in the house, as well as the duct path leaving the dwelling so you understand that an effective ventilation system starts with the placement of the ventilation appliance and is completed by a proper duct path. This information will help you plan and specify systems that function properly.
- Introduce you to the re-engineered proximity and telescoping downdraft products available so you can take a fresh look at this ventilation technology.
- Explain new ventilation system alternatives (such as duct-free proximity ventilation and perimetric ventilation) so you are confident in proposing a wider variety of ventilation solutions to your consumers.
Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, CAPS
Elllen Cheever and Associates
Morton Block, CMKBD, IIDA, CAPS
Morton Block Associates
Judith A. Neary, CMKBD
Studio K B
Editor, Kitchen & Bath Design News
WEBINAR WORKBOOK: Following the webinar, registrants may download the valuable webinar workbook.