MORE THAN KITCHEN COMPETENCE
Open spaces means open minded
Every kitchen, every room-encompassing interior design, is a reference for the diversity, variance and flexibility of the kitchen furniture industry as well as for the creative skill and know-how of the planner.
The unique aura of a room only unfolds through the individual furnishing, tailored to the needs of the people who live there. State-of-the-art production technologies in combination with the technical expertise of the German kitchen furniture industry make it possible to give this individuality the appropriate substance.
The modern open space architecture calls for cross-functional structures that come to fruition through a skilful mix of materials, surfaces and practical technical equipment features in well thought-out planning.
In a room in which the kitchen, dining and living area merge into one another, the floor plan only determines the interior design to a limited extent. Only in symbiosis with the furnishing planning does a holistic design result. Walls and furniture merge together and form a handleless, homogeneous unit. The kitchen island, whether monochrome or in symbiosis with contrasting materials such as wood, ceramics, stone, metal, glass and polymer glass variants, is functional and communicative – but by no means the only piece of solitaire furniture.
Solitaires are both a visual highlight and an integral part of an interior design, room-spanning furnishing concept.
For manufacturers, this means the challenge of creating furniture that can be harmoniously integrated into the living space, is practical and – if desired – plays a key role as a design object.
Cozy connecting components
Room-in-room solutions separate functional zones such as the utility room, home office or cloakroom from the living area.
Cupboard units integrated into the drywall not only hold the supplies, but also offer sufficient space for accommodating household appliances, which can be hidden behind floor-to-ceiling pocket doors.
Depending on the layout and size of the room, add-on tables and counters serve as a bridge between the kitchen and living area. Slide-in door and glass showcase cabinets as well as extensions of the fronts to the floor underline the homely demands of modern kitchen and living room planning, as do functional wall panels, shelves and sideboards.