Award winning kitchen and bathroom specialist, Minosa opened its doors to industry for the first time when the KBDi (Kitchen & Bathroom Designers Institute) held its local chapter event for members, non-members and suppliers.
The KBDi briefed the gathering on this year’s awards program and offered a few teasers for next year’s KBDi design tour of Milan Design Week and EuroCucina.
There where presentations from Smeg, Silestone and Pytha 3D CAD on their latest innovations and products. Smeg introduced the push to open dishwasher along with the all white Smart Sense induction cooktops. Silestone introduced its new and versatile material called Dekton while Darren Genner of Minosa presented Pytha 3D CAD showing how Minosa uses this software to present itsdesign concepts to clients.
Minosa also announced, and presented for the first time in Australia, the use of virtual reality software and guests where invited to step inside the latest Minosa design home and walk through at their leisure.