BUILDER Magazine Chowa Concept Home features Design-Craft Cabinets


January 10, 2020

LAS VEGAS, NV – For nearly a year, dozens of teams around the globe – architects, designers, contractors – led by BUILDER Magazine, have collaborated to create an exciting new vision for modern American homes.

The 2020 BUILDER Concept Home is focused on the concept of Chōwa: The pursuit of balance through harmonious partnerships.  Constructed in the west Las Vegas community of Summerlin, this unique home exemplifies harmony in design, sustainability, and healthy living. Cabinetworks Group is proud to have been included among the many industry-leading companies that came together on this project. 

“We were honored when the architects selected our Design-Craft brand to be part of this forward-thinking project,” said Tom Samanic, Cabinetworks Group Chief Marketing Officer, “Design-Craft frameless cabinets were a natural fit, due to how well they align with the design philosophies which guided the home’s development.” 

“Virtual” tours of the Chōwa Concept Home will be available during Design & Construction Week (International Builders Show + Kitchen & Bath Industry Show) in Las Vegas, January 21-23, 2020.  IBS/KBIS 2020 attendees will be able to experience “living in balance” via videos and interactive touchscreens at the BUILDER Magazine booth, IBS booth #C2138, in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

To learn more about the Concept Home, click here to visit the Chōwa website.  If you’re attending KBIS/IBS 2020 in Las Vegas, please contact your Cabinetworks Group sales representative for an opportunity to visit the home during a special event.



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