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(French) an elaborate and skillful manner of preparing food

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Howard Lester, right, with Chuck Williams looking over his shoulder in a Williams-Sonoma Grande Cuisine unit, still the flagship of the company.
In the past year and a half, the company started enlarging the format with the introduction of Grande Cuisine stores that, on average, are about 15 to 18 percent larger than the standard prototype of 5,000 to 6,000 square feet.
The company's retail chains, Williams-Sonoma and larger Grande Cuisine (upscale cookware); Pottery Barn and larger Design Studio (housewares, furniture); and Hold Everything (storage items), sell wares through more than 500 stores in 42 states, Washington, DC, and Canada.
The lifestyle merchant is in the process of enlarging its 188 core Williams-Sonoma stores by 15 to 18 percent to what the company calls its Grande Cuisine format.
Looking to keep a competitive edge by driving innovation, the retailer placed kitchens in all of its spacious Grande Cuisine Williams-Sonoma stores to better dramatize cooking demos.
Joel's Grande Cuisine will provide all refreshment services.
Contractor name : GROUPEMENT COMPOSEe DE RENZO PIANO BUILDING WORKSHOP (MANDATAIRE),APREeS LE PLUIE (PAYSAGISTE), AIA INGENIERIE, RFR, SLETEC, FRANCK BOUTTEe, PEUTZ, BE LA GRANDE CUISINE
The 5,000-parking-space mall houses the Williams-Sonoma Grande Cuisine superstore, The Bombay Company, Eddie Bauer Home, Room & Board, Cook's Mart, a large format Pottery Barn and Skandia Down Collection, as well as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Foley's, Metropolitan Museum of Art shop and Bang & Olufsen.
The large format Williams-Sonoma Grande Cuisine opened its first New York store Saturday in the SoHo section.
They also built Grande Cuisines of India, a leading food consultancy company, from the ground up.