Kitchen & Bath Design News

JAN 2019

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KBIS Connections return to the high-rolling city of Las Vegas is expected to be a winning move for Design and Construction Week in 2019. Once again taking over the Las Vegas Convention Center after a two- year hiatus, DCW will deliver products, educational seminars, networking opportunities and so much more to attendees from the home building and remodeling industries. The DCW umbrella includes the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show and the International Builders' Show, as well as other events. Some 85,000+ design and residential construction professionals and more than 2,000 exhibitors are expected for the event, which will take place Tuesday through Thursday, Feb 19-21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, with South Hall exhibits opening at 8 a.m. Hosted by the National Kitchen & Bath Association and the National Association of Home Builders, DCW is expected to fill approximately one million square feet of exhibit space. KBIS will be showcasing a range of educational and networking events throughout the three days. Comedian Dana Carvey will entertain guests during the Opening Ceremonies on Tuesday morning, and Cindy Allen, editor of Interior Design, will deliver the second part of her keynote presentation from 2018 KBIS. The Voices from the Industry Conference will offer sessions related to a variety of important design and business-re- lated topics. And KBISNeXT Stage will once again host key presentations and awards ceremonies throughout the show. In this section, Kitchen & Bath Design News previews products that will be showcased on the exhibit floor during DCW. 1. CNC Cabinetry (Booth SL1020) offers a range of cabinets for the home. Shown is the company's furniture-inspired Park Avenue kitchen cabinets, part of the Concord all-plywood line. Both the door and drawer front are five-piece miter constructed, with a full overlay. Circle No. 235 on Product Card 2. Part of Dacor's (Booth C8509) Modernist collection, this 24" dishwasher showcases WaterWall technology, which provides corner-to-corner cleaning, as well as Zone Booster, which provides heavy-duty cleaning in specified areas. The dishwasher holds up to 14 place settings, and its cutlery rack is designed to maximize space for dishes. Seven individual programs, plus options, provide a range of cleaning levels. Circle No. 236 on Product Card 3. Andaz is a round solid surface tub that is 51" in diameter. Available from Clarke Architectural (Booth SL1407), it features a spacious interior that allows the bather to sit in all positions. An in-wall slot overflow is positioned high on the wall, so the tub can provide a true soaking experience. The tub can be ordered in a standard matte white finish or a satin white finish, as well as gray shades of Whisper and Ghost in both matte and satin finishes. Circle No. 237 on Product Card 4. Chief Architect's (Booth N1155) residential design software, X10, uses smart building technology. As the user draws walls and places architectural objects such as doors, windows and cabinets, the program creates a 3D model and generates a materials list. Automated building tools for home and interior design allow for the creation of construction drawings, elevations, CAD details, live 3D models, 360 renderings and added Virtual Reality. Circle No. 238 on Product Card A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 60 Kitchen & Bath Design News • January 2019 2019 KBIS PREVIEW

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