New Book Outfits Aspiring Kitchen Designers with Effective Insights

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In a challenging and ever changing employment market, author Valentin Tinc’s “Kitchen Designer: Your Dream Job!” comes as an aid for those wanting a glamorous and well paid job: A Kitchen Designer

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Throughout the centuries, the kitchen plays a significant role in every home, every culture and every period. It is one part of the house that continues to evolve—in designs, styles, trends, layout, finishes and technology—and offers improve aesthetic and function. On the other hand, the field of kitchen design continues to encourage potential individuals to boost their skills and embrace this profession. In Kitchen Designer: Your Dream Job!, author Valentin Tinc explores the advancement of kitchen designs and styles and other aspects of the kitchen to provide readers with insights and applicable approach on how to become an adept kitchen designer.

The field of kitchen design is a fast-growing industry. Both the junior and competent designers seek to develop professional tools to meet the demands of the market. This book is designed to outfit them with applicable insights and techniques on how to better their skill in kitchen designing. It provides an in-depth discussion on every detail of the kitchen—types and construction of cabinets, choice and combination of colours, layout and finishes     to fit with the family’s needs and lifestyle, harmony, balance and symmetry, taking a floor plan, how to design a basic kitchen, and so much more. It also teaches readers how to identify their clients, how to meet and deliver their demands and advices on the appropriate kitchen transformation. Overall, this book is a convenient guide on how to embrace the profession and do it with proficiency.

Packed with significant information, essential insights and practical knowledge, this book also allows readers to explore the history of the kitchen, introduces them to the true kitchen designer and gives them the chance to equip themselves with the necessary tools and techniques on how to become a competitive kitchen designer.

For more information on this book, interested parties can log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.au.

About the Author
Valentin Tinc has the privilege to be born in a historical place with rich tradition in craft and arts: Transylvania, on September 19, 1961. He developed from early stages a passion for art and designs which he pursuit until present days.Tinc is a professional designer whose career spans for more than 20 years, covering various projects such as interiors, furniture, kitchen, bathrooms, objects, art. His experience has been enriched by moving from Europe to New Zealand and later on to Melbourne, Australia. The cultural variety and diversity encountered throughout his journey, influenced and informed his work. Since 1989, he exhibited in more than 50 art and design exhibitions in Germany, Romania, and New Zealand. He also received first price in Dulux Color Award 2003, Category Creative Expression, and was Highly Commended in Best Design Award 2003, both in New Zealand. He taught for nine years interior design in Auckland New Zealand and Melbourne Australia. The range of lectures and subjects he delivered cover: Kitchen design, Space planning, Trompe L’Oeil, Wall coverings Design, Perspective drawing, History of Decoration and design, Interior design Studio, Design methods and techniques, and History context for Bachelor of Design programme. For more information about the author, he can be contacted through e-mail: valentin(at)valentindesign(dot)com; or visit his website at http://www.valentindesign.com.

Kitchen Designer * by Valentin Tinc
Your Dream Job!
Publication Date: August 11, 2012
Picture Book; AU$64.99; 168 pages; 978-1-4771-1407-0
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$84.99; 168 pages; 978-1-4771-1408-7
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-1409-4

Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at 1-800-618-969. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (02) 8282-5055 or call 1-800-618-969.

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