Next week I, Chatti Patti, am traveling with #Designhounds; (a stellar group of Interior Designers from across the country) and @Modenus, The Design Directory to the beautiful Napa Valley to be trained and enlightened at the @SignatureKitchenSuite Experience and Design … Continue reading
The GE Monogram Experience – Louisville, Kentucky
Have you heard of the GE Monogram Experience? This past July 2014, I had the opportunity to be the guest of GE Monogram located in Louisville, Kentucky for a four-day intensive educational, hands-on and social extravaganza event. Approximately 15 Interior Designers and top appliance distributors from around the country were invited to learn about the BRAND of General Electric, GE Appliances and specifically Monogram.
A visit to Louisville, wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Churchill Downs!
In the links provided for the various GE Brand appliances, I encourage you to view them to learn more about what makes GE Monogram different from other Brands in the marketplace. “Craftsmanship is the Hallmark of the Monogram collection.”* From dishwashers, refrigeration to cooking on high-end appliances, the group was educated with what makes GE Monogram a superior product in many ways in a very competitive and often confusing field for consumers. “Savor the possibilities” ~ GE Monogram.
I know, it looks like we were just about having fun at the GE Experience but we learned quite a bit, got to show off our culinary acumen and even though my team did not win the Iron Chef cook-off, we had a great time! Thank you Monogram!
Thanks for stopping by, I hoped you clicked a link or two and discovered what sets the GE Brand apart and learned about some of the features of their quality products.
You’ve heard of Brizo, right? The Über technologically progressive and cutting edge of faucet design company that partners with famed Fashion Designer Jason Wu? Well, Brizo is at it again and this time teaming up in the kitchen with Bon Appetit. I’m excited to share an exclusive video with you (soon to be released to public) featuring Boston based Chef, Jamie Bissonnette, a former FoodNetwork ‘Chopped!’ contestant and winner! As the chef behind Boston-based restaurants Toro and Copp, Jamie approaches cooking in a similar fashion that the Brizo industrial design team approaches faucet design. In this short video you will see Brizo’s lead industrial designer Seth Fritz, (who I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in real life) discussing form and function with Chef Jamie.