Robern offers the following courses, which include AIA, IDCEC, NKBA credits and more. You may sign up for online courses or request a in-person presentation. See the listing below for the current course offering.
Applying Kitchen Design Principles to the Bathroom
Description: While the kitchen has long been considered the heart of the home, the bathroom is often thought of as a utilitarian space. However, by drawing inspiration from kitchen design principles, designers can create a bathroom that’s personalized, organized, and highly functional. Beyond serving basic needs, the bathroom is a space for relaxing, recharging, and preparing for the day ahead. This course discusses strategies for incorporating organization, ergonomics, personalization, and technology to create a streamlined styling space.
Learning units: 1.00 (AIA), 0.10 (IDCEC, NKBA)
Technology and the Ideal Styling Space Experience
Description: Whether in a home or hotel, the bathroom serves as both grooming station and refuge. The well-designed styling space saves us time and effort, as well as making the time we spend more enjoyable. This course discusses what users consider the ideal styling space experience and recent technological innovations that help achieve it.
Learning units: 1.00 (AIA, NKBA), 0.10 (IDCEC)