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Trade Show pic

Postby Robert Williams » Sun, Feb 04 2007, 4:21PM

This is a kitchen I designed for a trade show our company went to.
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sun, Feb 04 2007, 4:44PM

Work is almost fun when you get jobs like that to do :)

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Postby DaleKern » Sun, Feb 04 2007, 5:42PM

That is spectacular. The carved shell detail is one I have never seen in a kitchen before.

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Postby Mark Taylor » Sun, Feb 04 2007, 7:08PM

Trade show? - incredible...wooden beamed ceiling and everything? What size booth did you have and how long did it take to assemble?

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Postby Robert Williams » Sun, Feb 04 2007, 8:27PM

It's in High Point NC at the old Market Square building, it is a 90 year old 800,000 sq' furniture & upholstery factory that has been converted into permanent trade show space. Most of the building has great wooden beams and floors in it. The company I work for has around 10,000 sq' of permanent space there.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Mon, Feb 05 2007, 7:49AM

Wonderful design Robert. The style is perfect for your \"warehouse\" setting.
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Postby Michael Rodgers » Mon, Feb 05 2007, 5:58PM

Was that designed in ecabs?

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Postby Paul Huff » Mon, Feb 05 2007, 7:20PM

Oh man that is a beautiful kitchen. You should be proud of that one.

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Postby Robert Williams » Mon, Feb 05 2007, 9:48PM

Michael it was not designed with eCabinet, it was designed the old fashion way by pencil and paper for presentation and then by another software for production. I'm hoping to use ecabinet on some of the specialty cabinets in the future.

Thanks everyone for your comments, attached is an older kitchen that was in the same trade showroom space pervious to the one above, we switch the kitchens out once a year.
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