RESIDENTIAL KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN
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What's in the book
The BookResidential Kitchen and Bath Design provides students with a core knowledge of this interior design sub-specialty and equips them with skills they can use to create residential kitchens and baths that are both functional and beautiful. The text begins with an overview of the kitchen and bath industries, covering the designer’s role at each step of the design process. It then goes on to explain functional and ergonomic considerations in the arrangement of appliances, fixtures, and storage, and provides detailed instruction on communicating designs to clients and tradespeople using floor plans, models, and other renderings. Issues related to codes, regulations, and costs are reviewed, as are the NKBA planning guidelines for space planning and drawing plans for kitchens and bathrooms.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Overview of Kitchen and Bath Design
Chapter 2 Space Planning for a Kitchen or Bath
Chapter 3 Universal and Sustainable Designs for Kitchen and Bath
Chapter 4 Kitchen and Bath Design: Materials
Chapter 5 Kitchen and Bath Design: Cabinetry
Chapter 6 Kitchen and Bath Design: Appliances
Chapter 7 Kitchen and Bath Design: Plumbing
Chapter 8 Kitchen and Bath Design Working Documents
Chapter 9 Kitchen and Bath Design: Lighting and Electrical Plans
Chapter 10 Project Management for Kitchen and Bath
Appendix: Basic Metric Conversion Chart
About The AuthorsAnastasia Wilkening is an adjunct instructor at International Academy of Design and Technology, Chicago, USA, in the Interior Design Department. Wilkening is a full-time kitchen and bath designer serving the Chicago area. She has won multiple design awards from the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) Midwest Chapter's design competition. Her work has been published in Trends and Home Improvement magazines.
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