Interior Design

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Today the kitchen increasingly dominates the living space. No longer it the kitchen confined to its traditional four walls. What could be more appropriate than picking up on this trend and transforming functional spaces into living spaces.

The kitchen has long since transitioned from a work space to the communication hub of the home. An open concept and individual pieces provide a homely feel, for instance the next125 pocket system where the kitchen vanishes behind large doors, the cooking table that fits perfectly into any environment and puts guests at the heart of the action or the island on legs, which almost seems to float.


A cupboard that is a master at hide and seek. When closed it looks like household furniture; when opened it reveals its full functionality. A light tap and the retractable doors flip open. The doors conceal an oven, steam cooker and much more – you choose the function that should be integrated.


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The special appeal of our elegant cooking table comes from its uncompromising clarity – and undiminished individuality. The pull-out base unit in cubic design accommodates both a hob and a downdraft extractor.

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How do you make a kitchen island float? Simple: Give it slender legs to stand on. By virtue of an island frame in onyx black, the focal point of the kitchen is unencumbered; the effect is even more minimalist and more cubic.


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