The generation Y of kitchen design

The generation Y of kitchen design

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal.

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal. We spoke to Poggenpohl New Zealand about their latest offering.

In a stunning reinterpretation of a classic collection, Poggenpohl has released SEGMENTO Y - slimline kitchens that are matte instead of glossy. Targeted at younger homeowners with busy lives, the new collection represents a clean, crisp aesthetic with maintenance-free matte finishes.

“SEGMENTO Y is a new way of looking at kitchen design,” Poggenpohl’s Ross Longney says. “This collection is about slim lines, sleek finishes and an overtly pared back aesthetic. Benchtops are 13mm thick and panels are 13mm; together, these slimline materials present a uniquely contemporary appeal.”

With a monochromatic palette of black, white and soft grey combined with graphic accents, SEGMENTO Y is a far cry from the traditional kitchen.

“White is the colour of silence, a non sound. Black is mysterious, modest and arrogant. Grey is the new white and black at the same time. It is more than just a fashion. It makes the world around us more orderly and calm,” Poggenpohl’s CEO Gernot Mang says.

“This is a collection that wants nothing but can do everything… with matte surfaces that give the entire ensemble contemporary modernness and do not show up fingerprints”.

Handles are in contrasting colours while negative detailing allows for a seamless, sleek appeal. “Interestingly, the way this collection has been showcased in Germany is with decidedly appliance-free designs,” Ross says.

“That’s due to the ovens being installed at a right angle to the main kitchen area, so they are away from view and the integrated rangehoods aren’t visible – both factors contribute to the seamless, sleek design aspects of SEGMENTO Y.”

Poggenpohl has been developing, designing and producing luxury kitchens in Herford, Germany for more than 125 years. In New Zealand, Poggenpohl offers an in depth consulting and design service, working closely with architects, designers and clients to create bespoke kitchens from the completely customisable Poggenpohl collections.

When a design is approved, it is sent to Germany where it is manufactured and sent back ready for installation within three months.

 

Make sure you visit Poggenpohl’s Auckland showroom or get in touch with Poggenpohl on ArchiPro here to see how you could design and create the perfect contemporary kitchen for your home.

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The generation Y of kitchen design

The generation Y of kitchen design

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal.

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal. We spoke to Poggenpohl New Zealand about their latest offering.

In a stunning reinterpretation of a classic collection, Poggenpohl has released SEGMENTO Y - slimline kitchens that are matte instead of glossy. Targeted at younger homeowners with busy lives, the new collection represents a clean, crisp aesthetic with maintenance-free matte finishes.

“SEGMENTO Y is a new way of looking at kitchen design,” Poggenpohl’s Ross Longney says. “This collection is about slim lines, sleek finishes and an overtly pared back aesthetic. Benchtops are 13mm thick and panels are 13mm; together, these slimline materials present a uniquely contemporary appeal.”

With a monochromatic palette of black, white and soft grey combined with graphic accents, SEGMENTO Y is a far cry from the traditional kitchen.

“White is the colour of silence, a non sound. Black is mysterious, modest and arrogant. Grey is the new white and black at the same time. It is more than just a fashion. It makes the world around us more orderly and calm,” Poggenpohl’s CEO Gernot Mang says.

“This is a collection that wants nothing but can do everything… with matte surfaces that give the entire ensemble contemporary modernness and do not show up fingerprints”.

Handles are in contrasting colours while negative detailing allows for a seamless, sleek appeal. “Interestingly, the way this collection has been showcased in Germany is with decidedly appliance-free designs,” Ross says.

“That’s due to the ovens being installed at a right angle to the main kitchen area, so they are away from view and the integrated rangehoods aren’t visible – both factors contribute to the seamless, sleek design aspects of SEGMENTO Y.”

Poggenpohl has been developing, designing and producing luxury kitchens in Herford, Germany for more than 125 years. In New Zealand, Poggenpohl offers an in depth consulting and design service, working closely with architects, designers and clients to create bespoke kitchens from the completely customisable Poggenpohl collections.

When a design is approved, it is sent to Germany where it is manufactured and sent back ready for installation within three months.

 

Make sure you visit Poggenpohl’s Auckland showroom or get in touch with Poggenpohl on ArchiPro here to see how you could design and create the perfect contemporary kitchen for your home.

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The generation Y of kitchen design

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal.

Words by ArchiPro Editorial Team

Poggenpohl has released a new kitchen collection targeted at younger homeowners who are after less maintenance, clean lines and a sleek modern appeal. We spoke to Poggenpohl New Zealand about their latest offering.

In a stunning reinterpretation of a classic collection, Poggenpohl has released SEGMENTO Y - slimline kitchens that are matte instead of glossy. Targeted at younger homeowners with busy lives, the new collection represents a clean, crisp aesthetic with maintenance-free matte finishes.

“SEGMENTO Y is a new way of looking at kitchen design,” Poggenpohl’s Ross Longney says. “This collection is about slim lines, sleek finishes and an overtly pared back aesthetic. Benchtops are 13mm thick and panels are 13mm; together, these slimline materials present a uniquely contemporary appeal.”

With a monochromatic palette of black, white and soft grey combined with graphic accents, SEGMENTO Y is a far cry from the traditional kitchen.

“White is the colour of silence, a non sound. Black is mysterious, modest and arrogant. Grey is the new white and black at the same time. It is more than just a fashion. It makes the world around us more orderly and calm,” Poggenpohl’s CEO Gernot Mang says.

“This is a collection that wants nothing but can do everything… with matte surfaces that give the entire ensemble contemporary modernness and do not show up fingerprints”.

Handles are in contrasting colours while negative detailing allows for a seamless, sleek appeal. “Interestingly, the way this collection has been showcased in Germany is with decidedly appliance-free designs,” Ross says.

“That’s due to the ovens being installed at a right angle to the main kitchen area, so they are away from view and the integrated rangehoods aren’t visible – both factors contribute to the seamless, sleek design aspects of SEGMENTO Y.”

Poggenpohl has been developing, designing and producing luxury kitchens in Herford, Germany for more than 125 years. In New Zealand, Poggenpohl offers an in depth consulting and design service, working closely with architects, designers and clients to create bespoke kitchens from the completely customisable Poggenpohl collections.

When a design is approved, it is sent to Germany where it is manufactured and sent back ready for installation within three months.

 

Make sure you visit Poggenpohl’s Auckland showroom or get in touch with Poggenpohl on ArchiPro here to see how you could design and create the perfect contemporary kitchen for your home.

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