Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Architectural Digest Home Design Show “Sneak Peek”: Miele

Miele’s new 3D design Ceran glass electric cook-tops are top of the line. Crafted for precision, performance and longevity, the Ceran is no match for its competition. This new generation of cook-tops is designed with a high-speed ribbon, allowing for fast, yet precise controlled heat.

Miele, founded in Germany in 1899, has dominated the industry and is the largest family owned and operated appliance company. With over 16,600 employees and 12 production facilities, Miele’s state-of-the-art design and engineering concepts are considered by many as the “Mercedes” of household appliances.

The KM 5600 series Ceran will debut at the 2011 New York Architectural Digest Home Design Show and will officially launch on April 4, 2011. Miele’s 3D design is sleek, modern, and even after years of usage, is expected to still look brand new. In addition, culinary perfection can be achieved by home chefs with the ability to sear or simmer using the Vario cooking zones. For editors looking for the latest home appliance technologies to report to their readers, the Ceran is also equipped with safety residual heat indicators that will illuminate if the plate is on or still hot, and will turn off once the heat has dissipated.

For more information on the 3D Ceran glass electric cook-top or other first-class appliances, visit Miele’s website at

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