Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen DesignKitchen design trends are changing and incorporating more international flavor than ever before. Here’s your chance to find out what kitchen design styles and wood species are currently trending in the U.S. and what type of wood-use applications customers are craving.

Register for Woodworking Network’s upcoming May 22 webinar, Trending Wood Species & Applications in Today’s Top Kitchen Designs, sponsored by Timber Products Company, and hear from John T. Conroy, RA, principal and founder of the Princeton Design Collaborative, and Andrew Tucker, owner of Tucker Distinctive Kitchens, as they share their thoughts on wood species preferences, sustainability options, changing kitchen design trends, and where the kitchen cabinet market is headed next.

Register today and join us on May 22 at 1 p.m. Central Time for this 30-minute informational webcast.

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Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen Design
Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen Design


Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen DesignJohn Conroy
Princeton Design Collaborative

Mr. Conroy has been practicing Architecture for over 25 years. John's talent grew rapidly with the rise of Hillier Architecture as the largest architectural firm in New Jersey. During his tenure with the firm, he worked on numerous prestigious projects for Rutgers University, Bristol Myers Squib Glaxgo SmithKline, Merck, Hyatt, and Liberty Science Center to name a few. In 2012 John founded Princeton design Collaborative (PDC) with a few former colleagues to create a full service design firm, offering architecture, interiors, landscape architecture, graphic and web design.

Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen DesignAndrew Tucker
Tucker Distinctive Kitchens

Mr. Tucker has been practicing architecture for over 25 years. He quickly rose through the ranks at KSS and established a strong leadership position as both a project manager for large‐scale higher education facilities and as Director of Sustainable Design. Throughout his career, Mr. Tucker maintained interest and concern with sustainability, achieving accreditation by the US Green Building Council in 2004, and serving as project leader for numerous LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certified projects. After 10 years of moonlighting on residential design projects and kitchen renovations, Mr. Tucker decided to leave commercial architecture and launch his own residential design firm, Tucker Distinctive Kitchens.


Trending Wood Species & Applications in Top Kitchen Design Patrick Cowan
Plant Manager
Timber Products

Patrick Cowan is the Plant Manager at Timber Products Company’s Spectrum Division. In this role, he oversees manufacturing of the company’s value added products—custom components, decorative panels, specialty sizes—and works directly with customers to manage panel utilization and yield. Prior to his current position, Cowan served in a technical sales role at Timber Products and has more than 20 years of experience with the company. He is a graduate of Oregon State University.

Broadcast date: May 22, 1:00 p.m. CT.

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