March 26, 2010
Every quarter, AIA issues a Home Design Trend Survey, based on the work of 500 architecture firms that concentrate their on the residential sector. The last report, issued March 9, [link to http://www.aia.org/press/releases/AIAB082441] showed that kitchen and bathroom designs were more modest than before. However, according to AIA Chief Economist Kermit Baker, PhD, Hon. AIA, because “kitchens remain the nerve center of the home, doing more with less space is a key consideration. Integrating kitchens with family space remains a design priority, as does including areas devoted to recycling, pantries, computer workstations, and spaces devoted to recharging laptops, cell phones and PDAs.” AIA National’s media relations team is looking for architect members in the tri-state area that have recently completed kitchen or bath projects that reflect these trends, for possible inclusion in a CNBC television feature. If you are interested, contact Scott Frank, firstname.lastname@example.org
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