Home » Bosch, Caesarstone and Thermador unite for Design and Construction Week 2014
IRVINE, CA --Bosch, Caesarstone and Thermador are uniting to showcase inspiring design, a range of kitchen solutions and new products during Design & Construction Week, which will be held from February 4 to 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. Over three days, the brands will share their vision of today's kitchens and aspirational design in a booth conceived by award-winning kitchen designer Mick De Giulio. "Bringing together these three iconic brands under the direction of Mick De Giulio is an unprecedented achievement, which Caesarstone is proud to be a part of," said Sagi Cohen, Caesarstone U.S. CEO. "As an industry leader, Caesarstone sees the builder community as an important partner, which is why it was imperative for us to have a strong presence at this year's Design & Construction Week. Our product's ability to complement any design, but also add value to a project, will be highlighted during the show."
Bosch, Caesarstone and Thermador see their partnership as a natural one for the inaugural Design & Construction Week, as it allows the three brands to present attractive home and kitchen solutions to both the builder and designer communities. "The uniting of these brands will demonstrate to builders, architects and designers alike that together, BSH Home Appliances and Caesarstone offer quality solutions to suit every kitchen design," said Michael Traub, President and CEO of BSH Home Appliances. "Bosch provides European precision engineering in a sleek, modern package, while Thermador offers innovation for the culinary enthusiast."
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