KI scores KBSA Design hat-trick
Kitchens International score a hat-trick of wins at the design awards at the KBSA Designer Awards.
Kitchen Designer of the Year (up to £25,000) was won by the chain’s Aileen Thomson; Kitchen Designer of the Year (£25,000-£50,000) was won by Angus Mackintosh and Concept Design of the Year went to Gary Gourley.
Kitchen Designer of the Year (over £50,000) was won by Dan Stronge, owner of Heathfield, East Sussex retailer Jones Britain.
The Young Designer of the Year award went to Adam Bomok, of Watlington, Oxfordshire retailer cu_cucine.
Regal Kitchens, Chelmsford, Essex won the KBSA Customer Service Award and Dan Stronge was named as KBSA Designer of the Year.
‘The standards this year were extremely high, reflecting the outstanding talent amongst members that we can all be proud of,’ says Richard Hibbert, KBSA national chair.
Kitchens International’s awards come as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. In March it won the KBB Review Kitchen Retailer of the Year and Showroom of the Year awards.
Pictured is Thomson’s winning open plan kitchen, living and sleeping area design for a flat in Glasgow.