Pictures At An Exhibition: The Architectural Digest Design ShowAlan Wolf ⋅ Published: March 25, 2016 Sharp president Jim Sanduski, left, and sales and marketing senior VP Peter Weedfald, flank the first-to-market SuperSteam+ combo oven, which grills food using super-heated steam, at this month’s Architectural Digest Design Show. The four-day event, held at Manhattan’s Pier 94, draws dealers, decorators, interior designers and trend-setters of all stripes in search of the finest in fabrics, home furnishings and ultra-premium appliances. Talk of in-wall ovens heated up at the Bosch booth. Blomberg’s new 30-inch stainless steel Pro gas range boasts a 19,000 Btu power burner and a 5.7-cubic-foot oven with dual interior lighting and convection fan. Bertazzoni’s Paolo Consiglio, right, demos the Italian cooking concern’s latest induction range. German master baker Ingo Rasche talks turkey on behalf of Gaggenau, Bosch’s 333-year-old sister brand. Jenn-Air showcased its 72-inch counter-depth freestanding fridge with obsidian interior, due out in Q4. Lynx sales VP Scott Grugel, left, and CEO Jim Buch display their Napoli pizza oven. Part of distributor Eastern Marketing’s contingent, the countertop/built-in unit retails for $4,000, and $6,000 with a cooking cart. Visitors check out Miele’s newly expanded kitchen line. Tecnogas Superiore, an Italian range, hood and accessories resource, was a new addition to the Almo Corp. contingent.SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.