PB Kitchen Design honored in two design competitions

 
Updated 11/15/2019 11:45 AM

GENEVA -- PB Kitchen Design of Geneva has been awarded the "2019 Antolini Designer Project of the Year" and selected as one of 30 finalists in the International Kitchen Design Contest from Sub-Zero, Wolf & Cove.

In the International Kitchen Design Contest from Sub-Zero Wolf & Cove, PBKD was one of 30 finalists from among 1,800 entries from around the world. Their winning project, entitled "Forest Kitchen," was an open-plan kitchen and pantry. The team included Ryan Dunham of Oakley Home Builders in Downers Grove, Dan McFadden and Debbie Larson of PBKD in Geneva; Christina Samatas and Renee DiSanto of Park & Oak Interior Design in Glen Ellyn; and Michael Abraham and Joel Rafferty of Michael Abraham Architecture in Clarendon Hills.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

PBKD also won the "2019 Antolini Designer Project of the Year" for their "Geneva Traditional Polished Kitchen" project. The design featured porcelain countertops from the Antolini Luigi & Company, of Verona, Italy, and Terazzo & Marble Supply Company of Wheeling. Also contributing to the award-winning project were Cara Mamott of Haven Design Group LLC in Geneva and PBKD Designer Debbie Larson of Downers Grove.

"When we set out on a project, our goal is to listen to our clients, respect the roles of the other collaborating professionals and deliver a design that reflects the client's ultimate vision of the space," said Dan McFadden, president of PBKD.

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