Kitchen & Bath Design News

NOV 2017

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Woodharbor Hosts Training Session MASON CITY, IA — Woodharbor Custom Cabinetry hosted dealers from California, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland and Michigan at its corporate office in Mason City, IA, from Sept. 19-20. The group spent 1- ½ days in intensive product training, including a demonstration of Woodharbor finish processes and tour of Woodharbor's manufacturing facility. LaCantina Chooses Contest Winners SAN DIEGO — LaCantina Doors has announced the winners of its inaugural ar - chitects design competition – Best of LaCantina. Seven projects from across the country were awarded in the following categories: Best in Show, Best Rural Resi- dential, Best Suburban Residential, Best Urban Residential, Best Commercial, Best Compact and Most Innovative. The winning projects were judged on architectural excellence, creative design and the best use of LaCantina door and window products to completely transform open spaces and enhance lifestyle. "The projects ranged widely in typology, environmental context and size, but they all had one thing in common: Their use of LaCantina products, which allowed for a seamless connection between inside and outdoor space," commented panel judge Paul Keskeys, managing editor, Architizer. "The Best of LaCantina was an opportunity for us to see how our products translate into designs all over the country. To see how LaCantina creates a seam- less transition from indoor to outdoor living in completely different settings was remarkable," noted Lee Maughan, v.p. and general manager, LaCantina Doors. The Best in Show winner and a guest were treated to a weekend trip to New York to experience Archtober – the city's Architecture and Design Month, an annual festival of architectural tours, lectures, films and exhibitions. To view all of the 2017 Best of LaCantina winning projects, visit the company website at Eldorado Stone Opens New Facility SAN DIEGO — Eldorado Stone hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 26 to announce the commencement of operations for its new, state-of-the-art manu- facturing and distribution facility in Greencastle, PA. The 432,000-sq.-ft. facility will consolidate activities from two preexisting locations – an aging manufacturing facility near Greencastle and a distribution facility in Hagerstown, MD – into one central hub for the region. The facility will incorporate a new system designed to improve productivity and reduce waste materials by repurposing wastewater and other wet waste. "By consolidating operations into a single facility and upgrading equipment, our team will be able to increase capacity by 25-30% while ultimately spending less on operational logistics," said Ramsay Hawfield, v.p. of marketing and product development at Eldorado Stone. "In addition to the technological improvements, we're excited about the impact this facility will have on our employees' lives," said Plant Manager Frank Guthrie. "We have more space for operations, more lighting, vastly improved air circulation and a range of comfort features that will provide our team with a safe and enjoyable work environment." Construct-Ed Presents Christopher Grubb Educational Online Courses BEVERLY HILLS, CA — Christopher Grubb, president and founder of Beverly Hills-based Arch-Interiors Design Group,has recorded a series of educational courses for Construct-Ed, the on-demand website that provides online learning for the pros, by the pros. Grubb drew upon his 25-plus years of experience designing in one of the world's most elite zip codes to produce courses that will help others understand the concept of, and create with a focus on, "luxury." Subjects that Grubb produced for Construct-Ed include "How Contractors Can Work With Designers to Create Luxury Bathrooms" and "Materials That Enhance Remodeling Projects & Give Clients an Unforgettable Experience." Both are topics that Grubb recently presented to live audiences at trade shows and other industry-related events. Other topics include: "From Main Street to Rodeo Drive: Making Luxury Elements the Design Star"; "Beyond the Surface: Using Texture, Drama, and Luxury Materials in Interior Design Products"; "Designing for Two: Never Compromise, Always Negotiation"; "The 'Finish' Line. What are the Luxury Surfaces in Demand for the Client Who Expects Nothing But the Best – No Matter What the Budget"; "How Interior Design Influences Exterior Design"; and "Bathroom Trends: The 'Who' and 'What' You Need to Know." SHINING LIGHT ON ALL THE IMPORTANT THINGS. Your inspired design deserves Häfele's innovative Loox lighting system. From lighting countertops, cabinets and drawers our selection of warm and cool lighting strips, pucks and fi xtures offer beautiful, effi cient light for any space or confi guration. Additionally, our team of professional lighting designers can help put Loox LED lighting into any project large or small! LET OUR EXPERTS HELP GET YOUR NEXT PROJECT STARTED! Online & Livechat: Phone: 800.325.6202 Email: ENGINEERED BY Circle No. 10 on Product Card 18 Kitchen & Bath Design News • November 2017 INDUSTRY UPDATE NOTEWORTHY DEVELOPMENTS IMPACTING THE KITCHEN AND BATH MARKET

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