October 18 at #KBtribechat – Kitchen Ventilation

A design discussion

Sponsored and Hosted by Zephyr.


The KBtribechat questions:

1.) How important is kitchen ventilation to your clients during the design process and at what point do you start talking about ventilation?

2.) Do you think the hood should be a design focal point in the kitchen or should it be integrated into the design aesthetic and out of sight/out of mind?

3.) Are you using more island/chimney style hoods in your kitchen designs or inserts/integrated hoods?

4.) Please share trends that you are noticing around kitchen ventilation. (Style, technology, energy efficiency, etc.)

5.) Are your clients moving away from stainless steel and requesting new materials in range hood design? What trends in new materials are you noticing?

6.) What type of innovation, design or technology would you like to see in kitchen ventilation?

7.) Informal survey question for Kitchen Designers – where do you go to get kitchen design inspiration? What publications and/or blogs/websites do you read the most?

Okeanito_Credit Dave Adams Photography Designer Joyce Hoshall.jpg

About Zephyr:

For the past 20 years, San Francisco-based Zephyr has continued to bring design, innovation and technology to the forefront of the kitchen ventilation hood industry. The company has challenged the perception of what ventilation means in kitchen design and created a new awareness of the importance of a high-performance ventilation system. With acclaimed talent such as artistic visionary, Fu-Tung Cheng, and industrial designer, Robert Brunner, Zephyr creates cutting-edge residential range hoods unlike any other company. Visit Zephyr’s 7,000-square-foot showroom in the heart of the San Francisco Design District and learn more about Zephyr at zephyronline.com

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Here’s a link to the transcript for this KBtribechat.



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