Our work has received national acclaim in design competitions sponsored by The National Kitchen and Bath Association, Sub-Zero and Wolf, Heritage Custom Cabinetry, Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry, Blue Star and ASKO Appliances. Our design work can be seen in kitchens around the area such as the Winterthur Museum in Wilmington, DE and the Inn Keeper’s kitchen at The Dilworthtown Inn in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Not only do we create award-winning designs, we also stay actively involved in our community. Completing projects for The Ministry of Caring, St.Anthony’s and many other organizations in our area.
Delaware Business Times 2016 Family-Owned Business Awards Finalist
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Blue Star Regional Design Competition Winner.
Kitchen designed by Joseph A. Giorgi, Jr., CKD.
Photography by Stuart Watson Photography.
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Giorgi Kitchens & Designs is the Proud Recipient of the 2015 Edward M. Rush, Sr. Memorial Award
Each year, the Better Business Bureau of Delaware honors a family-owned business. Named for Edward M. Rush, Sr., the “Rush Award” has come to signify excellence and integrity in business. Click here to read the full article
National Kitchen & Bath Design Competition Winner of Large Kitchen Design.
Designed by Joseph A. Giorgi, Jr., CKD. Photography by Peter Leach
Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square, PA
Chef and Television Personality, Carla Hall, with Joe Giorgi and Dawn at this year’s Mushroom Festival in Kennett Square, PA. (Giorgi Kitchens Provides the demonstration kitchen for all of the chefs to share their recipes and techniques). Thank you, Carla, for taking time from your schedule to chat – and pose with us!
EuroCucina Milan Italy
In April Joseph Giorgi, Jr. and Pete Giorgi, Sr. had the opportunity to attend EuroCucina in Milan, here is a sampling of what they saw.
Celebrating 50 years of Service – as presented in a Kitchen & Bath Design News 40-page supplement (Condensed Version – by Eliot Sefrin)
Above is the cover of the magazine and a snippet from the article “NKBA Milestones” which included photos of Joe, Sr. (bottom) and Pete Giorgi, Sr. (top) highlighting Giorgi Kitchens as one of the first 100 members.