Burlesque or Columns? The interiors of these luxury refrigerators are unlike anything you have ever seen



One-of-a-kind showpieces for the kitchen.
Steve Gold’s vision of a kitchen combines luxury and boundary-breaking design.


JennAir, the luxury kitchen appliance brand known for its provocative design, revealed the first in-home installation of the Burlesque column refrigerator and freezer. With only 13 units of this limited edition appliance, JennAir collaborated with Steve Gold, one of the top luxury real estate experts in New York, to place the first statement piece and a suite of JennAir appliances in his New York City loft.

For his newly renovated home in SoHo, Gold selected Burlesque and the NOIR suite of JennAir appliances as the focal points in his open floor plan kitchen. The Column refrigerator, which dons a daring Obsidian black interior, sits parallel to the luxurious and shocking Burlesque, with its rich burgundy interior. Gold also selected a dishwasher, double wall oven, and beverage center from the NOIR design expression to complement the new modern luxe aesthetic of the kitchen.

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Gold’s remodel marks the first installation of Burlesque in the world, and with the loft being recently listed for sale, its new owner will now have a one-of-a-kind showpiece in their kitchen. Each industry-exclusive column reveals a beautiful yet shocking burgundy interior and boasts a glass air tower with a snakeskin motif. Inspired by the velvet interior of an antique jewelry box, matte red lipstick, and textures from snakeskin and leather, the product elevates appliances to art. To solidify its position at the pinnacle of luxury and design, each is etched with the Burlesque name and production number out of the 13 created.

“With the JennAir appliances, I was given the tools to customize my kitchen space and create an artful balance between a uniform, subtle exteriorthat opens to a bold, unexpected interior. My guests are in awe when they open these refrigerators; whether Burlesque or Columns, the interiors are unlike anything they’ve ever seen, truly pushing the boundaries of materials and design.” – said Steve Gold.

Burlesque is exclusively on display at the Architects & Designers Building, located at 150 E. 58th Street in Midtown Manhattan, where guided tours with brand experts are available.