The Traditional Building Conference Series
is Now In Person and Online!
Join us for a new series of free webinars on the best practices and products for historic restoration and traditional building. Talk to and learn from the industry experts and leading practitioners through your computer or mobile device. Acquire new skills and evaluate products from the comfort of your computer! The Traditional Building Conference Series Online Education augments four in-person events in 2015 (dates and locations coming soon).
Products and Practice: Period Kitchen Design Approaches
Tue, Dec 9, 2014 2:00 PM EST
Speakers: Patricia Poore, Editor-in-Chief, Arts & Crafts Homes and Early Homes and Editor Emeritus, Old-House Journal and Brian Stowell, President, Crown Point Cabinetry
1 AIA HSW Learning Unit
Learn the basics of designing a period-appropriate kitchen by addressing three major categories: the dilemma of the early kitchen - how to put a modern functioning room in a pre-1850 house; adapting a 19th century servants’ kitchens with updates for family use; and 20th century kitchens (early electric through bungalow era, the Thirties and Forties, and today’s Arts and Crafts revival kitchens.) Planning for a good design and installation requires some knowledge of how cabinetry is made today. Join a veteran preservationist and an experienced cabinetmaker for an informative program on period kitchen design.
Here is what attendees say about our conferences:
“The variety of technical vs. artistic talent was great!... I really liked the new format, had better connections with the vendors and got to know fellow attendees and presenters”
“Excellent speakers, informative, engrossing topics for a room full of architects.”
“Fantastic presentation- captivating!”
“Engaging as well as ‘Big Picture’”
“Invaluable resource on renovations. I have a current client who is adding an addition, but they are very sensitive to historic structures. I have learned a great deal”
“One of the very best seminar topics I have ever experienced. A real treat and changed the way I think about design.”
“I thought the quality of the presentations was all VERY good with a nice mix and top notch presenters. I was pleasantly surprised.”