“The show was a huge success for all three brands, and we were proud to be aligned with such reputable and globally recognized partners,” said Sagi Cohen, Caesarstone U.S. CEO. “Mick De Giulio did an outstanding job portraying each brand’s individuality throughout the shared space.”
The 4,000-square-foot booth hosted a variety of activities — from cooking demos by BSH chef Kyle Jakobi, specialty cocktails by mixologist Jordan Catapano, a special presentation by Mick De Giulio and a Kitchen of the Year Retrospective with House Beautiful.
The natural partnership between Bosch, Caesarstone and Thermador allowed the three brands to present attractive home and kitchen solutions to both the builder and designer communities at the inaugural Design & Construction Week.
At a press conference on February 4, Bosch home appliances unveiled its entirely new kitchen line with redesigned cooking, ventilation and refrigeration products. With more than 100 new products available to consumers in April, the new Bosch kitchen line-up integrates the clean aesthetics of European kitchen design with the demands of the U.S. consumers, offering unique options such as the first steam convection oven for the Mass Premium market, symmetrical horizontal oven installation and side-opening ovens.
Caesarstone offered an exclusive preview of its newest color innovation along with favorites from the Classico, Motivo and Concetto collections.
Thermador, a leader in luxury kitchens designed for the culinary enthusiast, introduced the Professional Grill surface cooking feature for the Professional Rangetop, Pro Harmony® and Pro Grand® Ranges. It features industry-leading design, with lava rocks and grill plates that fully cover the heating elements to offer exceptional grilling performance and genuine smoky flavor without the flare-ups. The brand also introduced a new trimless design option for its innovative Freedom® Induction Cooktop, offering a sleek, solid black surface for ultimate integration into kitchen designs.
“Creating the Design & Construction Week booth for these three brands allowed me an opportunity to demonstrate how warm and inviting today’s stylish kitchens can be,” said De Giulio. “I hope the space I created has inspired builder and design professionals to bring attainable luxury into more homes, because quality products never go out of style.”