Blum Australia announces that their DYNAMIC SPACE workshops on kitchen design have been accredited through the Design Institute of Australia. Participants in these workshops will receive 10 CPD points to contribute towards their professional development requirements.

Blum’s DYNAMIC SPACE workshops are held nationally with the next workshops scheduled to run from August to October 2017.

Blum’s complimentary DYNAMIC SPACE workshop supports designers, kitchen retailers and cabinet makers with key insights and ideas for a practical kitchen, helping them address the increasing competitive pressures and customer expectations around functionality and innovative solutions.

Based on their research into the requirements of kitchen users, Blum has identified three essential features for practical kitchens: good workflow, sufficient storage space and top quality of motion. So that kitchens should not only look good but be practical too, Blum has introduced several innovative products to provide a high level of functionality and enhanced user convenience to every kitchen.

The DYNAMIC SPACE workshops support participants’ conversations with their customers around enhanced design and product solutions, focusing on a long-term investment for their convenience and enjoyment over the next 15-20 years.

Attendees will receive 10 CPD points from the Design Institute of Australia.

David Noakes, Director – Sales and Marketing, Blum Australia adds that DYNAMIC SPACE workshops have been an industry endorsed and embraced topic for over 13 years. The CPD points obtained through the DIA platform represent further acknowledgement of the unique value the workshop has in supporting the design community.