GE Appliances' debuted its new micro-kitchen concept and the industry’s first connected French door wall oven at Dwell on Design L.A., June 20–22. GE also exhibited its luxury appliance brand, Monogram.
"Over the next 10 years, living spaces will change dramatically,” said Lou Lenzi, director of industrial design for GE Appliances. "We are thrilled to collaborate with Dwell on Design and industry attendees to showcase GE’s ideas on the future of kitchen design.”
Lenzi's presentation at the event includes an explanation of how increasing urbanization and population growth are driving the need for smaller living spaces. Attendees will learn how living in small spaces doesn’t equate to a reduction in functionality, living standards or personal style. GE’s two concepts for a small-space kitchen solution will be on hand for an up-close demonstration.
On the GE Monogram Innovation Stage, GE presented its Smart Kitchen of 2025 and explained how it has imagined the technological enhancements that will change the way we live and how our homes will look in the coming year.
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