Lean Design and Cabinet Making
Lean Design covers the ability to design kitchens, bathrooms and interior spaces to meet client requirements. It is the process of understanding building constructions, lighting, colour and furniture, as well as deciding upon the look and function of a building through highly detailed drawings.
A design defines the specifications, plans, parameters, costs, activities and processes of a kitchen, bathroom or interior space. It must include the consideration of external/internal environmental factors such as legal, political, social, environmental, safety and economical factors.
Lean Cabinet Making
Lean Cabinet Making covers the mastery of a broad range of furniture and cabinet making skills with a key emphasis on skills necessary for kitchen and bathroom manufacture and installation, including quality standards and waste reduction.
Cabinet Makers generally perform the following tasks:
- Plan and design furniture, kitchens / bathrooms fixtures and fittings
- Cut, process and assemble components necessary for a finished product
- Install completed products
- Repair damaged products
You can learn more about Design and Cabinet Making principles if you enrol in one of the following programs: