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Introducing a new series from Monogram Luxury Appliances brand: #MyMark, an intimate look at professional chefs’ home lives and kitchens. In the three-part series, we join Chef Marcus Samuelsson in his new Monogram kitchen studio to see how inspiration informs his creative execution. Watch it exclusively on Bon Appetit.https://www.bonappetit.com/video/watch/my-mark-with-marcus-samuelsson-part-1?q=Marcus+Samuelsson

Monogram Hearth oven

Monogram’s design team set out to take this multi-functional appliance to the next level. The updated Hearth Oven boasts a bigger LCD screen and higher cooking temps that make it even easier to roast the perfect pan of vegetables, prepare the most delicate of frittatas and, of course, serve up restaurant-quality brick oven pizza.

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Miele USA shared its Generation 7000 appliance series. Designed with an assortment of built-ins ranging from convection ovens to coffee machines and vacuum-sealing drawers, the collection offers four different models with smart technology features; they include TasteControl, which prevents food from overcooking by automatically opening the oven door when it detects burning, and a MotionReact function that activates the oven light when someone approaches.

Monogram unveiled its first designer collaboration series with Richard T. Anuszkiewicz. Inspired by fine jewelry, the appliance collection features two lavish leather-accented designs equipped with customizable ventilation hoods, and refrigerator panels and handles, including an elegant, polished-brass-finished beauty and a contemporary, charcoal-hued titanium model.

Smeg showcased a streamlined stovetop collection called the Professional Style range. Created with both culinary enthusiasts and novices in mind, the series boasts five powerful range designs complete with 18,000-BTU brass burners, cast-iron grates and a newly integrated resistance feature that allows users to slide their cookware around without worrying about spills or scratches.

Falmec debuted a stunning line of innovative range hoods named Circle Tech. Crafted with cutting edge filtration technology that helps recirculate and clean the air, a series standout is the petite Dama design, which is available in an array of finishes and looks more like a sleek pendant light than a hardworking kitchen appliance.Italian appliance manufacturer Fulgor Milano showcased a striking 48-inch induction range series named Sofia Pro. Equipped with commercial-grade control knobs that deliver the precise amount of heat, the eco-friendly design relies on state-of-the-art induction technology to provide users with a sustainable alternative to gas-dependent models.

Italian appliance manufacturer Fulgor  showcased a striking 48-inch induction range series named Sofia Pro. Equipped with commercial-grade control knobs that deliver the precise amount of heat, the eco-friendly design relies on state-of-the-art induction technology to provide users with a sustainable alternative to gas-dependent models.

Monogram team up with Gwyneth Paltrow

Monogram Luxury Appliances brand announced a multi-year partnership with award-winning actor and global entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow.

“Gwyneth personifies the Monogram brand with her sophisticated taste in design that’s paired with a practical perspective of luxury integrated into everyday life,” said Julie Burns, executive director of Monogram. “Wellness isn’t just a staple in the food we create and eat in our kitchens; it’s become a central theme in design as we spend more time at home. Monogram is excited to have Gwyneth’s inspiration and collaboration as we embark on a wellness journey for our consumers.”

As a brand spokesperson and ambassador, Paltrow will join Monogram next week to headline the KBIS main