We create living kitchens – because we know that a good kitchen must meet the needs of your lifestyle. That’s why we plan our kitchens to suit to your life and the space you live in.
Max’s (27) apartment is quite small. Storage space, easy-care surfaces and a cool look are important to him. Enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning at the in-built counter or sharing a beer with a mate after work – that’s the kind of luxury Max thinks he deserves.
Paula (29) is moving into an apartment in an old building. She wants to preserve the proportions and also make use of the room’s height and spaciousness. That’s why Paula opts for extra high wall cabinets and a two-part kitchen layout with an attached kitchen island where she can entertain surprise visitors. The skilfully placed atmospheric light sources create a feel-good atmosphere.
Ben (30) and Lisa (26) rent an apartment. They are thinking about starting a family and are planning a small kitchen with maximum storage space and perfect work surfaces. The right lighting and a small attached kitchen table make their new kitchen the central living area.
Alice (35) is renting a semi-detached house for herself and her two-year-old daughter Sophie. She wants her kitchen to be a place where she can socialise with her large circle of friends and welcome the neighbours’ children and spoil them with homemade lemonade and cupcakes. To make sure that there is plenty of time in Alice’s busy schedule for Sophie and the gang of rascals, she is above all looking for smooth work flows, plenty of work surface and lots of storage space. She opts for doors without handles, which are very easy to clean as well as childproof.
What Anna (68) and Piet (75) were looking for when they moved to the country was nature and solid surroundings. During harvest time, when their kitchen turns into a jam factory, efficient and convenient workflows as well as storage space and good lighting is important: maximum comfort in a small space.