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New Program Focuses on "Minimal Space Design"

July 04, 2013

Victoria + Albert is offering a third Interior Design Continuing Education Council-approved continuing education program entitled “Minimal Space Design,” which focuses on designing baths with limited space. This new program continues the company's mission to partner with designers, architects and specifiers to help facilitate the design process.  

Small baths don't have to feel cramped or stuffy. With the option to be positioned anywhere within the bathroom, freestanding tubs reveal more floor area, therefore giving the illusion of more space. The CEU program will help educate participants evaluate designs to make any bath look much bigger, while overcoming many of the misconceptions that exist with small bath design. Victoria + Albert offers a collection of tub designs that are well suited for floor plans with limited space. The continuing education course will help professionals earn 1.0 CEU UNIT.  

For more information about Victoria + Albert's course offerings, visit
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