From the New Free-Standing Convection Range and Nexxt(TM) Laundry To Award-Winning Dishwashers, Bosch Exhibits Consumer Inspired Solutions
For builders and specifiers seeking distinctive home appliances that combine European design and engineering with quality American manufacturing, Bosch Home Appliances (Booth# C4019) displayed a brand new portfolio of products at the 2004 International Builders' Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bosch invited show attendees at the world's largest annual construction industry trade show to experience the Bosch Spa, a serene and inspirational setting complete with a pond and meditation room that illustrated the extremely quiet operation and simplicity of Bosch's new products.
Bosch's exhibit featured product displays and demonstrations of the brand's new Free-Standing Convection Range, new Nexxt Laundry care system and top-ranked Dishwashers. Known worldwide for setting the standard in excellence for technology, quality, design and innovation, Bosch offers valuable builder options that include unmatched product features. "Our goal in exhibiting at this year's Builders' Show is to provide an overall brand and product experience in which builders, specifiers and contractors can fully sense and visualize the functionality and versatility of these products in a home or apartment," said Franz Bosshard, president and CEO of Bosch Home Appliances. "We are extremely proud to offer our new Free-Standing Convection Range and the Nexxt Washer and Dryer as valuable builder options -- two products that truly represent Bosch's philosophy, 'Your Life. Our Inspiration.'"
The innovation, performance and European design of Bosch products have made Bosch a favorite among builders, architects, designers and style-conscious consumers. Among recent notable projects incorporating Bosch products are Shea Homes' Reserve North, Warmington Homes' Turtle Ridge, Shapell Homes' Gallery, Pacific Mountain Partners' Hidden Grove, Howard S. Wright's The Metropolitan, Pacific Union Homes' Monte Vigne, Armstrong Builder's Kai Lani, and Brookfield Homes' Coconut Plantation.