The Cosmopolitan Collection Takes Induction Cooking Outdoors
If your outdoor space is large enough to include a few pieces from Danver’s new Cosmopolitan Collection, consider yourself lucky. The recently introduced series, designed in collaboration with Daniel Germani, includes five pieces: Prep, Eat, Cook, Buffet, and Store. It falls right in line with the brand’s commitment to design innovation, allowing for versatile entertaining solutions for every footprint.
“Our new Cosmopolitan Collection was designed with the flexibility to provide a solution for small spaces or – at the other end of the market – to augment large-scale outdoor kitchens,” said Mitch Slater, president and owner of Danver. “The Cosmopolitan’s sophisticated yet simple design is in line with our trademark style – balancing the best of functionality and aesthetics.”
Standout pieces are the Cosmopolitan Cook and Cosmopolitan Buffet Cook, both with optional integrated induction capabilities hidden at first glance. Cosmopolitan Cook features a drawer on the left while Cosmopolitan Buffet uses a cabinet, both ready to be fitted with the brand’s Invisacook induction burner technology. Invisacook is ideal for small spaces where a grill might not be the most practical choice.
The Cosmopolitan Collection was created to be seamlessly combined with any of Danver’s other product offerings, allowing users to build their space over time – a nice change of pace from some brands. The collection is available for purchase in select outdoor-rated, low maintenance powder coat finishes from the brand’s color palette.
To learn more about the Cosmopolitan Collection, visit danver.com.