The small Italian manufacturer offers a bold vision for 2015.
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High-end appliance maker Bertazzoni might be small, but that isn't stopping the Italian company from making a splash at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show.
The company is revamping its Professional Series and Master Series lineups with a new look and new additions, including steam ovens, warming drawers, and a microwave.
In addition, some Professional Series ovens are getting a new Bertazzoni Assistant feature. It will allow you to build and store your own custom cooking methods, perfect for the home cook that prefers finely-tuned controls.
While both series are receiving Bertazzoni's new look, the Master Series is getting the majority of the new appliances. The lineup will finally offer built-in single and double ovens, as well as six new cooktops, a steam oven, a speed oven, and a warming drawer. Three of the new cooktops are ranges, while the other three are drop-in units.
Meanwhile, the Professional Series is getting a larger 30-inch speed oven, a steam oven, a warming drawer, and Bertazzoni's first built-in microwave. Unfortunately, the microwave and the built-in version of the speed oven won't be coming to the Master Series.
As for the new design of the appliances, they look professional but not particularly flashy—unless of course if you opt for the bright red or orange version, in which your kitchen is probably fabulous.
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