INT 212

Residential Kitchen Design

JoBeth Halpin, Instructor

A study of all aspects of residential kitchen design including elements and principles of design, technical applications, materials and construction, and the latest products available.

Prerequisite: INT160

Text: NKBA Kitchen Design Manuals (provided)

Course Outline:

Spatial Requirements and work simplification principles, NKBA 16 guidelines
Elements of design; building code requirements;, Style examples
Use of Color
Surfaces: floors, countertops, wall coverings, ceiling treatments
Windows and doors
Accessibility issues
Electrical and plumbing requirements
Ventilation, heating and cooling
Lighting and energy conservation
Drawing requirements; dimensions, notes, and symbols
Sales and cost estimating
Architectural and structural considerations; Installation

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