Complimentary Webinar

Problem-Solving Kitchens
Designing for younger generations and your best “boomer” friends

CEU credits: 0.1 from NKBA, IDCEC, AIA 

This program identifies the major design preferences and buying patterns of five specific generational client groups:  Generation Y, Generation X, Trailing Edge Baby Boomers, Leading Edge Baby Boomers and Senior Clients.
 
Then, take a virtual tour of kitchens created for the Kitchens.com Sweepstakes and see them “paired” with different generations. Learn why the design is appropriate for the specific generational group.
 
CEU Learning Objectives
  • Describe generational lifestyle differences and how they impact kitchen design so you can better match kitchen solutions with the way families in different age groups live.
  • Explain how new appliance technology and ergonomic data impact your appliance specifications and placement.
  • Contrast the varying abilities of different age groups in multi-generational families and among household visitors so you can create safe kitchen environments that employ universal design principles.

 


 

Presenters:


Ellen Cheever, CMKBD, ASID, CAPS
Elllen Cheever and Associates

  


 

 
Julia Johnston, CKD, CAPS
Owner, Kitchens for Cooking
 
 
 
 
 


Moderator
Janice Costa
Editor,  Kitchen & Bath Design News

 

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