The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, held annually, has been working hard to bring new and exciting innovations to the kitchen and bath industry. This year the show travels to New Orleans, LA USA, but that's not all! This year Corey has been invited to participate in the Design Studio Powered by QueX where he will design a loft living space for the millennial generation presented in large format.
"I am so extremely excited to be apart of the Design Studio Powered by QueX at KBIS in New Orleans." said Corey "I have been involved locally at the chapter level with the NKBA for a few years, teach in the locally NKBA accredited college, and have been studying hard to take my Certified Kitchen Designer and Certified Bath Designer exams this year. I believe in the power of the NKBA and with its mission to enhance member sucess world-wide this adventure makes no exception!"
More about the Design Studio Powered by QueX:
The booth (#3352) will feature eight designers who will use the latest interactive display technology to create state-of-the-art presentations for kitchens, baths or outdoor while representing a specific purchasing demographic – Millennial, GenX or Baby Boomer.
Through large electronic multi-touch display walls, virtual and augmented reality and 3D technology, QueX will connect physical and virtual channels to create a new level of product engagement that improves the customer buying experience.
The designers presenting kitchen design are:Susan Serra and Lori Gilder.
The designers presenting bath design are: Cheryl Klees Clenendon and Andie Day.
The designers presenting outdoor design are: Carmen Christensen and Tyler Wisler.
The designers presenting the loft living space are: Meredith Heron and Corey Klassen.
In addition to the Design Studios, Corey will be on the judging panel for the Best of KBIS, speaking in the Tech Lounge at the NKBA booth, participating in corporate training and connecting with Canadian Chapters and members world-wide.
Read the KBIS Press Release here.