This week, ARCHITECT took a field trip to Las Vegas, host to the third-annual Design & Construction Week, which consolidates a handful of established industry events showing off the latest in residential building products into one massive exposition occupying the city’s convention center. Below, we share our top finds from the show.

Kaza Concrete, Walker Zanger
These high-relief wall tiles juxtapose bold geometries with a subtle color palette, drawing attention to their three-dimensional forms and plays on shadow and light. Among the collection's patterns is Seed (shown), inspired by the flora and fauna of botanical gardens, which results in graceful undulations across the surface.

Balletto, Robern
The needle-like legs on this streamlined bath vanity are modeled after a ballet dancer’s pointe work. The aptly named Balletto also includes a hidden side storage drawer for hand towels, waste, magazines, and other small items; a smaller tip-out drawer; an integrated, internal night light; and a 110V in-drawer electoral outlet. Leg finishes include chrome, brushed nickel, and brushed black.

Kronos, Rubi
The long, slender, and unexpectedly tiny carbon-fiber lever handle on this bath fixture intends to draw attention. For use with single-hole basins, the two-piece deck-mounted bath fitting is joined by a hand shower and thermostatic shower faucet. Its solid brass construction has a ceramic cartridge. Available in brushed nickel and chrome finishes.

Smoker, Kalamazoo Outdoor
Give clients one more reason to enjoy their outdoor living spaces with luxury appliance maker Kalamazoo Outdoor’s under-cabinet smoker. Available stationary or on casters, and with an integrated solid-surface top. A sealed, gravity-fed charcoal column abuts an insulated chamber atop a fire grate, below which wood pieces can be placed. Falling embers from the coals will cause the wood to smolder and smoke, infusing the chamber with flavor. Engineered baffles eliminate hot spots, while an integrated ventilation system monitors the chamber's internal temperature to ensure consistency.

Bohème BO1 and BO2, TheSize Surfaces
The quest to make a non-wood surface look like wood continues. And admittedly, with each attempt, the output is better. Spanish manufacturer TheSize Surfaces gets very close to the real thing with its new Bohème BO1 and BO2. Inspired by the patterns and texture of a Lebanese cedar tree, the pair join the company’s Neolith-brand Timber Collection and comprise a sintered mix of clays, feldspar, silica, and natural mineral oxides with a digitally printed surface whose warm tones and wood grains and knots complement the subtle raised texture.

Vibrato, American Standard
This 3D-printed latticed lavatory faucet from American Standard’s DXV brand doubles as an optical illusion. Fabricated using selective laser sintering, the fixture features multiple paths through which water travels to its head, offering a maximum flow rate of 1.2 gallons per minute. It has ceramic disc valve cartridges and can be installed with a 6” to 12” spread.

Gridscape GS2, Coastal Shower Doors
This barn-door-style shower door eliminates the need for a bottom track or wall jamb, while its bold design makes it a focal point in bathrooms. A 48-inch-long, L-shaped handle allows for easy control. The surface- or flush-mounted door comes with clear, satin-etched, or smoke-gray glass as well as with laminated, textured, or patterned tempered glass options. The frame can be finished in polished chrome or black anodized aluminum.

UPR 503, Liebherr
This under-counter, pull-out refrigerator is designed for use with 34”-tall counters but can be specified to custom heights and depths. Custom panels can attach to the appliance’s door for streamlined integration with the kitchen cabinetry. Inside, the compact storage unit features pull-out glass shelves and fully extendable drawers. Soft-closing doors, LED lighting, and self-retracting drawers improve the user experience.

Invigoration Series Steam Generators, Kohler
Steam generators aren’t new, but this update from Kohler streamlines existing offerings. For use in a range of shower sizes, the wall-mounted Invigoration Series Steam Generators begin providing steam within a minute of being turned on by the user, the company says, and output 1 gallon of water for each 20-minute session. The steam generator powers down after 20 minutes if the session hasn’t been re-activated by the user. For use with Kohler’s steam control kits as well as with its DTV+ digital shower controls system and interface. Offered in a range of metallic finishes to coordinate with existing shower fixtures.

HD Laminate with Antimicrobial Protection, Wilsonart
This surfaces company has added an antimicrobial agent to its high-performance HD laminates to protect against the growth of mold, mildew, and other odor-causing bacteria. The antimicrobial agents used in this version of the product don’t wear or wash off. The line also features anti-scratch and scuff technology. For use in high-traffic residential and light commercial applications, in areas such as kitchen counters where cleanliness is a concern.

Monogram Pizza Oven, General Electric
Developed in collaboration with General Electric’s FirstBuild grassroots product development initiative, the Monogram brand Pizza Oven comes pre-programmed with the cooking settings for multiple types of pizza. A compact, interior ventilation system allows for its use indoors without sacrificing performance compared to peer outdoor units. A companion app integrates the oven into the home’s existing connected products ecosystem, while a 30-minute pre-heat process allows users to cook pizzas—depending on the style—in as little as two minutes.

Adorne Wi-Fi System, Legrand
A new system from lighting-controls manufacturer Legrand allows occupants to manage a home’s Wi-Fi enabled light switches and lamps using either a new wall switch by the company’s Adorne brand (shown) or a companion app. The system includes the Hub, a back-end controller synced with the home’s Wi-Fi router and to which smart lighting products can connect.

Litze Bath Collection, Brizo
Engineering and craft combine in this industrial-inspired collection of bath fittings and fixtures. Litze features three unique handle options, a bent-tube spout, and a jointed wall-mount shower arm, all complemented by chic teak detailing throughout. Various metallic finishes—often mixed and matched—polished surfaces, and wood accents give the new line a sophisticated edge.

FAB32, Smeg
Known for its retro aesthetic, Italian luxury appliances manufacturer Smeg is growing its U.S. product portfolio with the addition of FAB32. The midcentury-inspired bottom-freezer model is fitted with two adjustable thermostats to maintain internal temperatures. Adjustable glass shelves in the refrigerator allow users to customize the space to meet their needs while multiple drawers and compartments in the freezer facilitate organization. In eight vibrant colors.

Ikon, Blanco
The apron-front sink gets an upgrade in Ikon, which is made from German manufacturer's Silgranit granite-based surfacing material. With a traditional 1.5” rim, the sink can be specified with a removable floating grid that can be placed atop the basin for additional workspace. In three neutral colors—anthracite, white, and café brown—the new material option joins steel and fireclay for the company’s apron-front sinks.