The Most Comprehensive Guide For Kitchen and Bathroom Designers

AUD 90.00

This book is the most comprehensive guide written to date, and it supersedes any other books available in the market.  The book is an A4 size, it is packed with information in 3 volumes, 492 pages, 593 images, diagrams and examples. It covers all aspects of designing, planning, appliances, finishes, history, styles, customer service and sales, for both kitchen and bathroom design, and it is only available from us. 

What others say about the book:

“I started designing kitchens a few years ago coming from an architectural draft background. I didn’t know at that time that such a profession even existed. I saw in the local paper a job vacancy as an assistant in a kitchen showroom. I took the job, and soon I realized that I could use my drafting skills and passion for helping people, to actually design kitchens for them. I talked to the manager, he agreed and I started my new profession. Today, I am still there. There were no books to learn from, hence I stumbled greatly for a few months. It was a steep learning curve, doubled sometimes by frustration. My main help was the manager who supported me 24 hours a day. A book like this  could have helped me a lot, I would definitely read and follow it”

 

L. R.

professional kitchen designer

Melbourne, Australia

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This book is the most comprehensive guide written to date, and it supersedes any other books available in the market.  The book is an A4 size, it is packed with information in 3 volumes, 492 pages, 593 images, diagrams and examples. It covers all aspects of designing, planning, appliances, finishes, history, styles, customer service and sales, for both kitchen and bathroom design, and it is only available from us. 

What others say about the book:

“I started designing kitchens a few years ago coming from an architectural draft background. I didn’t know at that time that such a profession even existed. I saw in the local paper a job vacancy as an assistant in a kitchen showroom. I took the job, and soon I realized that I could use my drafting skills and passion for helping people, to actually design kitchens for them. I talked to the manager, he agreed and I started my new profession. Today, I am still there. There were no books to learn from, hence I stumbled greatly for a few months. It was a steep learning curve, doubled sometimes by frustration. My main help was the manager who supported me 24 hours a day. A book like this  could have helped me a lot, I would definitely read and follow it”

 

L. R.

professional kitchen designer

Melbourne, Australia

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