As your technology partner we are here to assist and advise you on your projects when you need us to. We also want to educate where we can and are more than happy to come and provide CPD courses for you. Often this is a great way to expand your understanding of our world and open up new possibilities for your projects by giving you the confidence to describe solutions early on.
We’re pleased to announce the latest British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) accredited CPD to be added to our portfolio. “Working with Technology” is designed to educate and inform interior designers about the level of technology found in the modern home. The course will describe the design parameters, space requirements and technology solutions typically available it It will explain the drivers behind technology change, help you to understand what’s important to your client and how best to work with a technology consultant to benefit your design and provide an update on the very latest technology trends.
What Smart Home technology is necessary in the prime residential market? What’s expected and how is the market changing? This briefing gives an update on how technology is being used to differentiate schemes and the impact on design, space and infrastructure requirements. It also covers latest trends from streaming movies, voice recognition and wearable technologies. This is a fast-paced exciting briefing for those designing the modern home.
You will be provided with an overview of the KNX Standard for building automation: how it works, how it fits together, the products, philosophy of the technology, and how to design with this in mind. This CPD will provide you with an understanding of KNX’s place in the residential and commercial markets and will provide case studies on both.
This RIBA, BIID and RIAI Accredited CPD will help you understand the basics of custom installation so you can talk intelligently with clients and other members of the design team. It will show you what is possible, describe some alternatives and explain how to incorporate the various systems without detracting from your design. You’ll have a good grasp of modern best practice for low-voltage systems in the home, and feel more confident specifying these systems.