The history of kitchen appliance design is fascinating; there was once a time where a whisk was simply a bundle of twigs, requiring intensive manual labour. It's thanks to generations of curious and creative minds that products like the Kenwood CHEF Sense kitchen machine have revolutionised the way we cook, bake and eat.
Since the 1950s, Kenwood has been made famous the world over for innovation, quality and great design, with many of their products becoming much loved family heirlooms. Their excellence in design has been recognised on an international stage this year with their CHEF Sense machine winning the prestigious Gold iF Design Award, out of over 5000 product entries from around the globe.
The iF Design Jury went as far as to say "Everything about this machine is perfect: it's sturdy, it's easy to clean and it delivers very high performance".
As well as a Gold Award, Kenwood also walked away with a further two iF Design Awards for the Kenwood MultiOne kitchen machine and Kenwood Multipro Mircro food processor, not currently available in New Zealand, based on their functionality and outstanding design quality.