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Optimizing Luxury Kitchen Design with New Workflows and Custom Storage Solutions

Date/ Wednesday, October 19
Time / 1pm - 2pm
Location / Poggenpohl, 1804 Hi Line Dr
Credit / 1 CEU & 1 CEPH

As the kitchen space continues to become the hub of the home, consumers are examining their evolving lifestyle to reflect the creative kitchen. In this course, we will focus on how work zones can be implemented in the kitchen to optimize space, usage, and safety, while creating a customized experience for your client. Not only do work zones create a more organized kitchen, they also make it easier to maintain order in the kitchen. We will also discuss how storage and organizational tools can be used to increase wellbeing by ensuring a level of cleanliness and order in the kitchen. Lastly, we will discuss accessibility standards that can increase the safety and welfare for the occupants.

Learning Objectives

  • Examine the increased time spent in the kitchen to identify consumer need and welfare

  • Learn how to create custom kitchen workflows and zones to optimize kitchen safety and accessibility

  • Identify opportunities to increase health and safety in the kitchen

  • Review the specs of the accessible kitchen including ADA, Aging in Place and Universal Design standards

Ashley is a designer for Poggenpohl, the leading brand for luxury kitchens made in Germany. She has been designing kitchens and baths for nearly 20 years, and her work has been seen in Kitchen & Bath Design News, D Home, Modern Luxury Interiors, and Luxe Magazine. 


Ashley Keating

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