Free Webinar Feb. 20: Kitchen and Bath Technology Trends That You Can’t Afford to Miss

Kitchen and Bath Technology Trends That You Can’t Afford to Miss By Ed Wenck of CEDIA Panelists: Jamie Briesemeister, Adam Gibson, CMKBD, Chris Wright   .1 CEU Tuesday February 20th at 2pm Register Now!   Home integration and automation are no longer options, they are necessities for comfort, safety, and livability in today’s design, build and remodeling markets. So, with this “new normal” now firmly in place, the need for knowledge regarding emerging residential technology trends is imperative. This one-hour webinar, facilitated by expert Ed Wenck, Content Marketing Manager for CEDIA and former radio personality, offers attendees the opportunity to gain valuable […]

Free Webinar Feb. 22: Home Technology and Its Influence on Design and Life

Home Technology and Its Influence on Design and Life by Jamie Briesemeister – Sales & Marketing Director, Integration Controls   .1 CEU Thursday, February 22 at 11 am Register Now!   Home technology use has been increasing for years and it’s not going away any time soon. In this session, you will see how technology trends affect your designs when not incorporated at the right time. How do we fix this? It starts with a discussion! You will learn design-friendly solutions and best practices for nearly every project, how to talk about home technology, and when to bring in a professional for consultation.  After this […]

Free Webinar Feb. 22: Future Kitchen

Future Kitchen by Gerri Chmiel – Senior Design Manager – Formica Corporation   .1 CEU Thursday, February 22 at 11 am Register Now!   This presentation is the result of a research project by Fletcher Building Laminates & Panels Group and created by the global design team from Formica Group and Laminex. With an ongoing quest to find out what’s coming next, our global design team is dedicated to anticipating our customer’s future needs, and here we explore the kitchen of the future. Kitchens have historically echoed the political, social and economic influence of the times in which they were built. […]