By Winning Appliances
October 20th, 2020
What do you really need in your kitchen, to cook, live and work like a pro? Join panellists Kirsten Stanisich (Richards Stanisich), Carole Whiting (Carole Whiting Design), Domenic Cerantonio (Cera Stribley), Deanna Tambassis (Winnings Appliances) and Aleks Efeian (Gaggenau) as they share new intel on the appliances and design innovations leading the kitchen evolution and uncover how design and consumer culture are influencing change.
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