Sample work prior to Durham Design Company

 

 2010 - 2013

2010 - 2013

Bosch Dishwashers

Performance, efficiency and quietness as functional principles and the Bosch dishwashers are carefully designed with good quality, simplicity, and ergonomics. Multiple design lines are created to fit different user needs and kitchen styles.  Attention to detail and practical benefits to the user make the Bosch dishwasher designs special in many ways.


 2011 - 2013

2011 - 2013

Bosch Built-In Ovens

The design of the Bosch single ovens, double ovens, steam ovens, microwaves, and warming drawers in a variety of sizes are able to be installed flush into contemporary and transitional kitchens.  Bosch built in cooking products are a passionate pursuit of perfecting details and the user interface, handle, physical form, and materials are holistic in design and function.


 2009 - 2010

2009 - 2010

Thermador Refrigeration

The unique Thermador refrigeration products including independent wine, refrigerator, and freezer columns allow more flexibility in kitchen design and layout.  A simple approach to interior parts and features with special consideration for quality materials resulted in a successful design.  The horizontal interior design language and directional LED lighting give the best possible visibility on the food and drink and increased perception of storage capacity.


 2011

2011

Thermador Microwave Drawer

The microwave drawer can be a very useful addition to the kitchen.  The Thermador microdrawer was uniquely designed to fit in flush in standard 24 inch depth cabinets.  The microwave bottom airflow gap was integrated into the tinted door glass to make a better looking design.


 2008 - 2010

2008 - 2010

Bosch Front Load Laundry

The Bosch front load laundry machines were designed for space saving stack ability both at home and on the showroom floor.  Drum capacity is a main deciding factor for laundry customers and the physical design emphasizes ability to wash large load sizes with the extra large door diameter and window.  No longer hidden in the basement or closet, the laundry machine has evolved from a utilitarian product to an expressive product with new colors, materials, and finishes.