Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens wins IFDA Best in Show award
April 18, 2017,
WALLINGFORD, Conn. – The International Furnishings and Design Assn. (IFDA) recently honored Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens with a Best in Show award for innovative booth design at the 2017 Architectural Digest Design Show, recently held in New York City. The company earned Best Kitchen honors in 2016, making this the second year it received a Best in Show designation.
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“The ASA-D2 is not only fresh and modern but also highly functional and durable,” said Mitch Slater, president of Danver Stainless Outdoor Kitchens, the exclusive licensee of Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens. “Daniel Germani’s eye-catching booth design highlighted ASA-D2’s unique beauty and versatility in a simple, yet memorable way that resonated with booth visitors. We are excited that the IFDA, and a highly regarded panel of industry experts, selected the Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens booth for this important award.”
Conceptualized by Germani, ASA-D2 is constructed of durable materials designed to withstand the elements, including Dekton by Cosentino countertops and Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens stainless steel cabinetry. Consumers can select from four cabinetry finishes, which have been matched to the Dekton countertops using Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens’ powder-coat process.
The booth design featured the freestanding ASA-D2 in the Trilium finish, framed by side walls adorned with overscaled architectural blueprints and a back wall covered with greenery. The greenery element “brought the outdoors in” while also reflecting Brown Jordan Outdoor Kitchens’ commitment to sustainable design.
The IFDA presented Best in Show awards in 10 design categories, including art, bath, decorative accessory, flooring, furniture, innovative booth design, kitchens, lighting, textiles and wall coverings.
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