Today’s Blog is all about Event Sponsor Miele available on five continents, Miele is a truly global premium brand, so lets find out more about Miele, and what’s in store for the Blog Tour participants its exciting times ahead…..Forever Better!
Quality German Appliances: Since 1899.
Miele is a German manufacturer of high quality domestic appliances and machines for commercial applications.
Miele & Cie. was founded in 1899 by Carl Miele and Reinhard Zinkann. Since then it has always been a family-owned, family-run company now in its fourth generation.
Miele aims to manufacture the highest-quality domestic appliances and commercial equipment in the world and to be seen by markets worldwide as providing an absolutely top-class household product.Since the founding days, Miele’s been guided by a mantra, a vision, to be “Immer Besser” Translated from German, these words mean “Always Better” or “Forever Better”.
Miele Table Artist Program
The Architectural Digest Home Design Show will serve as the kick-off event for the Miele Table Artist experience, a nationwide campaign focused on sustainable, regional cuisine and Miele’s ‘Better Living’ philosophy.
Miele Table Artist Program
The BlogTour NYC team will be the first members of the media to be introduced to Miele’s Manhattan Table Artist before the formal launch at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show.
”The Miele Table Artist experience embodies everything that is good in the culinary world today,” explained Nick Ord, President of Miele, “We are proud to highlight regional chefs that share our ‘Forever Better’ philosophy using sustainable, seasonal ingredients to create delicious menus with Miele appliances. Our goal is to empower even the most novice cooks to achieve their culinary best and open their eyes and taste buds to a wonderful world of possibilities utilizing Miele appliances.”
Miele Steam Cooker
The steam oven works by allowing steam to surround the food from all sides creating an immediate and intense exchange of heat ensuring food is heated rapidly and is sealed instantly to retain all the vitamins, color and flavor. In addition, cooking times are also reduced so you and your family can eat faster and energy consumption can be kept to a minimum.
Miele Built-In Coffee Systems
Activate your inner barista and create coffeehouse-style beverages like lattes, cappuccinos and espresso shots right in your own kitchen using the Miele Built- In Coffee Systems. Intuitive and easy to use, the Built-In Coffee Systems include a variety of features like a dual dispensing spout and integrated milk tank.
Miele CM5 Countertop Espresso Machine
The Miele CM5 Countertop Espresso Machine features a petite design – perfect for consumers living in space challenged or post remodeled kitchens. The top-of-the-line CM5100 model is complete with a heated chrome-plated cup warmer on the top for added convenience when enjoying your favorite beverage. The CM5 is sold exclusively at Williams Sonoma.
Miele MasterChef® Technology
Even cooking novices can prepare meals like a chef using Miele’s MasterChef technology, which allows users to select the type of food, weight and desired result. Then, Miele’s intuitive technology transforms the ingredients into a delicious meal. Available on all Miele ovens, MasterChef® is like having the combined knowledge of all great chefs of the world into one easy-to- use reference tool.
Miele Under Counter Wine Storage System
The new Miele Under Counter Wine Storage System features extendable shelves that hold up to 38 bottles. Two unique cooling zones with independent controls ensure that the system’s contents are optimally stored, while an LED display lighting system tastefully displays a treasured wine collection.
The BlogTour while in New York, will be with Miele to experience a rare opportunity to explore One57 – the luxurious billion dollar skyscraper that insiders are calling, “New York’s next great landmark.” Designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architect, Christian de Porzamparc, the 90-story glass tour is slated to be the largest residential tower in the city and houses the most expensive condominium ever listed in New York City. Completion date: Spring 2013.
To keep up to date with all the latest news from ‘Blogtour’ please do keep following the ‘Dreamwallstyle blog’ more exciting posts to come …from the exciting ‘one57’ building tour… and the Miele Showroom dinner!