“In particular, with the Premea Artline spec, we talk about creation of space, and minimising distraction.
“A key factor in the decision to specify Premea Artline is the ability to have an unobstructed view into the shelf, which as we know is often stocked up with numerous jars, bottles, boxes and so on. The glass panels enable easy visibility and accessibility. They seem to create space rather than complicate it.”
The Vauth-Sagel range also has a gentle controlled-closing system that prevents loud slamming, so nothing interrupts the process of cooking, or indeed the socialising in the open living space.
But it also fits well with contemporary design, says Marty.
“Minimalist design includes elements such as linear handles and negative details. Products such as from Vauth-Sagel’s range work well with this aesthetic because they are sleek and uncomplicated.”
Designers and home owners have the choice to get a consistent look and feel across the kitchen, he adds.
“We see Vauth-Sagel specified in custom-built, architecturally designed kitchens, chosen because of the reputation for quality, consistency and dependability, and because it offers a full range.”
Whether you’re a foodie or someone who wants a kitchen solely to impress the guests, hardware solutions that enhance rather than diminish kitchen functionality and design are worth.