Luxury Show a Sell-Out; Two More Planned in 2003

Luxury Show a Sell-Out; Two More Planned in 2003

San Francisco, CA Bringing together hundreds of high-end kitchen and bath design professionals and manufacturers of some of the top luxury products on the market today, The Luxury Kitchen and Bath Collection held here last month sold out both exhibit space and conference registrations, according to show officials.

"The Luxury Kitchen and Bath Collection event represented a true 'who's who' of the industry, with top-notch education and networking opportunities," noted Todd Davis, partner with Alan Peterson in the Davis Peterson Collaborative, the show's Dallas-based organizers.

One of the highlights of the show was a keynote address by architect Michael Graves, FAIA, of Michael Graves Architects, who spoke about the relationship between buildings, their interiors and the collection of objects they contain.

In addition to seminars on topics such as luxury lifestyles and becoming your own brand, attendees were presented with a wide array of exhibitors showcasing a host of luxury products, as well as plenty of networking opportunities.
The show's success has led to two more shows planned for '03, according to show officials. Las Vegas will host the West Coast event in June, while the Metropolitan Pavilion in NYC will host the November event."