The Comfort of Home: Innovative Kitchen and Bath Designs

Sponsored by Marvin Windows and Doors
1.25 AIA LU; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU*

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe ways in which color and texture can work in harmony to create innovative kitchen and bath spaces for a variety of residential projects.
  2. Discuss the range of design strategies, products, and materials used in the featured projects from functional and aesthetic perspectives.
  3. Explain how high-quality products, including specified appliances, can contribute to better kitchen and bathroom designs that meet current trends.
  4. Describe how kitchen and bath design can creative a cohesive space while embracing the individual lifestyle needs and preferences of family members.

This course is part of the Custom Home Academy

This webinar is part of the Custom Home Academy

This course will examine nearly a dozen custom home projects featured in Architectural Record with a focus on standout kitchen and bath designs from around the world. These innovative projects feature a variety of approaches for creating functional and beautiful spaces through the strategic use of such elements as color, texture, and modern fixtures.

Ontario Residence by superkül
Toronto
Tanisha A. Sykes

Chelsea Apartment by Neil Davies Architects
London
A London apartment's layout is reconfigured to create a sleek open kitchen.
Sheila Kim

Wonderland Park Avenue House by Assembledge+
Los Angeles
Paying extra attention to the kitchen, designers reconnect a Los Angeles residence to its lush context.
Leslie Clagett

Knightsbridge Residence by Jonathan Tuckey Design
London
A shopkeeper's London apartment is designed to be extremely versatile with "no names for rooms."
Kelly L. Beamon

Amagansett Residence by Bates Masi + Architects
East Hampton, New York
A cedar shingle-clad vacation home offers expansive ocean views to a couple from the West Coast.
David Sokol

Wine Country Farmhouse by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Calistoga, California
BCJ renovates a house in California's the wine country, making it a welcoming retreat for the owners of a boutique wine label.
Sheila Kim

30 Adelaide Street
Sydney
When does a kitchen become an art gallery?
Sophie Davies

Park Slope Brownstone
Brooklyn, New York
While life as a family revolves around spending time together, it also necessitates moments of peace and quiet.
Janelle Zara

Spruce Street Residence
San Francisco
Some years ago, San Francisco architect John Maniscalco came across one of those opportunities that demand a certain stamina: an aging two-story house was available for a relative bargain price but required lengthy negotiations with the city’s historic-preservation board in order to overhaul.
Lydia Lee

Uehara Gardens Apartment
Japan
In Japan, a country that worships hot water, many people begin their day with a sip of green tea and end it with a soak in a deep tub.
Naomi R. Pollock, FAIA

Nevern Square Apartment
London
In remodeling an apartment, the choice of material for a kitchen backsplash is usually a late-stage design decision.
Chris Foges

The Comfort of Home: Innovative Kitchen and Bath Designs

Photo courtesy of Eric Laignel



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