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Posts tagged as 'kitchen'

Wed 17.2.

The Living Kitchen

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2016 - Tagged as: ,

The Living Kitchen Responding to and helping shape the way we increasingly live in our kitchens, as opposed to viewing them as purely utilitarian spaces – the game-changing Frames by Franke total kitchen system

Responding to and helping shape the way we increasingly live in our kitchens, as opposed to viewing them as purely utilitarian spaces – the game-changing Frames by Franke total kitchen system

When premium kitchen brand FRANKE KITCHEN SYSTEMS decided to develop Frames by Franke, the market’s first-ever total product line, they didn’t skimp on quality or performance. Things are definitely cooking. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Thu 5.11.

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka (JP)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.11.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka

Finesse Kitchen by Tokujin Yoshioka

The Finesse Kitchen by designer Tokujin Yoshioka transforms the kitchen for storage into the kitchen for display with its see-through storage spaces for kitchen tools and tableware.

 

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'Genius Loci' kitchen by Gabriele Centazzo for Valcucine

‘Genius Loci’ kitchen by Gabriele Centazzo for Valcucine

Inspired by the secretaire, the traditional writing desk that comes with secret drawers, ‘Genius Loci’ is a wall or island kitchen with clever drawers made with handcrafted details and eye-catching materials.

 

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Tue 25.11.

Vision and Value

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.11.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

The concrete and oak kitchen island harmonises with the camouflaged two-storey wall unit

The concrete and oak kitchen island harmonises with the camouflaged two-storey wall unit

Now in its third generation, Wiedemann Werkstätten has established its good reputation as a designer and implementer of sophisticated built-in furnishings and kitchen concepts at international level as well. “Think big” would be a fitting motto for perfectionists Georg and Lucia Wiedemann, who use the specifics of the architecture, the client’s wishes and the requirements in terms of functionality and design as the starting point for developing a vision that bears the hallmarks Wiedemann is famous for: grandeur and a compelling mix of materials. Wood, concrete, stainless steel and natural stone enter into a symbiosis full of striking contrasts, whilst the wealth of details shapes the overall picture and thus ensures the success of a concept that factors cosiness into the equation as well. (by Atrium)

 

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Sun 23.11.

Kitchens for Life

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.11.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

 

Floor-to-ceiling: integrated spatial concepts are an important theme for SieMatic and can be executed in a variety of materials, including stylish wood, matt or glossy SQ lacquer, SimiLaque and premium plastics

Floor-to-ceiling: integrated spatial concepts are an important theme for SieMatic and can be executed in a variety of materials, including stylish wood, matt or glossy SQ lacquer, SimiLaque and premium plastics

Ulrich W. Siekmann is the third generation of his family to run SieMatic Möbelwerke GmbH & Co. KG – a company that has been making kitchen furnishings for almost 85 years. Since the mid-1950s, the brand has been dedicating its efforts to the logical and systematic development of the fitted kitchen. Today, thanks to a portfolio encompassing 17 design concepts and product lines, it is able to satisfy customers’ requirements right down to the last detail. And regardless of whether the customer opts for the “S1” designer kitchen, the new “S3” or a “BeauxArts” solution, he can always be sure of getting the proverbial quality that SieMatic stands for in markets right across the world. (by Atrium)

 

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'5MM' taps by Ocostudio and ing.Castagnoli for Treemme

‘5MM’ taps by Ocostudio and ing.Castagnoli for Treemme

It wears its name well ‘5MM’ by Ocostudio and ing.Castagnoli for Italian tap brand Treemme Rubinetterie, constructed with a constant thickness of five millimetres and a 5mm outflow of water from its spout.

 

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Mon 3.11.

Boffi: Celebrating Eighty Years of Emotional Solutions

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.11.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

‘Salinas’ by Patricia Urquiola is characterised by non-traditional structure, modules and materials

‘Salinas’ by Patricia Urquiola is characterised by non-traditional structure, modules and materials

On a family holiday to Lake Garda as a teenager, staying near the town of Malcesine, I discovered a design store that seemed to house all the contemporary design I had only ever seen before in books. The shop owner took to my enthusiasm and gave me a bag full of books on Italian design, providing me with a great snapshot of the key design movements and brands that have shaped Italy’s design culture. (by Alex Bradley)

 

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Sun 25.5.

‘Invisible Kitchen’ by i29 interior architects (NL)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.05.2014 - Tagged as: ,

'Invisible Kitchen' by i29 interior architects

‘Invisible Kitchen’ by i29 interior architects

For an apartment in Paris, Dutch interior architects i29 have developed a kitchen system that seems to disappear in space.

 

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