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KB-Resource Newsletter
The resource design professionals depend on Issue #1 | January 2021

Welcome to our Premiere Issue of the new KB-itz Enewsletter!

Each issue connects the design community with inspirational examples through design and renovation ideas, advice from top pros, new products and more.

Featured

 
California Faucets New High Flow Rate Single Handle Tub Fillers Stylishly Fill the Tub in Half the Time

California Faucets New High Flow Rate Single Handle Tub Fillers Stylishly Fill the Tub in Half the Time

These more streamlined tub fillers feature an impressive 10 GPM flow rate, and are available in a wide selection of handle, spout and finish combinations to complement most any décor.

 
 

Top Articles


 
Beyond ADA

 

The Division of the State Architect (DSA) provides design and construction oversight for K–12 schools, community colleges, and various other state-owned and state-leased facilities to ensure that they comply with all structural, accessibility, and fire and life safety codes.




 
Viewrail Introduces Onyx Stainless Steel Rod Railing

 

Designed for exterior decks, balconies, and terraces as well as for interior stairways and balconies, Onyx Rod Railing preserves the view and uninterrupted air ventilation while providing protection and security.





 
Timeless Beauty Meets Versatility With STRASSER’s Montlake Bath Vanity Collection

 

With plenty of customizable options, the ability to blend with myriad décor styles, and STRASSER’s signature “Made in the USA” quality, Montlake stands the test of time.


Case Studies


 
Hy-Lite Acrylic Block Rolling Privacy Panels Used at Tribal Health Department in Montana

 

To help reduce germ spread, Hy-Lite Acrylic Block Rolling Privacy Panels have been put into place at the Salish and Kootenai College Health Center in Pablo, Mont.


Opinions


 
Quiet Intensity: Ken Yeang’s New Book Shapes Your Thinking About All of Us and the Buildings We Build and Work In

 

When someone writes, “Perhaps the cephalopods (octopuses, squids and relatives), which independently evolved an astonishing level of intelligence, might one day rise to the level of global ecosystem manipulators, and make a better job of it than we have done!” you realize a few things.
First, there’s a knowledge of the octopus beyond Tako Su; second, there’s an environmental knowledge implied with the word “ecosystem” and an understanding that everything is related to everything else. But perhaps most important, there is an underlying sense of humor at play – something that only someone immersed deep into the science of how our planet is constructed and our relationship to that construction can really demonstrate with quiet confidence.


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