Poggenpohl Announces Three 2017 Innovation Design Contest Winners
Poggenpohl announces the winners of their second annual Innovation Design Contest. The contest honors design professionals from across the country who have created a bespoke space using Poggenpohl cabinetry. A jury from Poggenpohl and Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine selected the winners who will be featured in the July issue of the magazine.
“The Innovation Design Contest celebrates the most inventive, functional and visually engaging designs of Poggenpohl’s team in North America,” says Hans Henkes, President and CEO of Poggenpohl U.S. “The talent demonstrated by our design studios, architects and design partners has been absolutely outstanding.”
The winners are:
Innovation Award Winner
Hausscape, Miami, FL
Luis Bebchik and Reinier Boulart, Hausscape
Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects (SAOTA)
This minimalist kitchen and pantry for a new waterfront residence integrates a tremendous number of appliances and features, while keeping the look fresh, contemporary and sophisticated. Functional areas were created including a cooking zone, entertainment seating and a bar.
Brilliant Small-Space Winner
Poggenpohl Downtown, New York, NY
Roger Zierman, Poggenpohl Downtown
After a 30-year occupant moved out, a young couple purchased this apartment, refreshing it with daring and unique finishes from head to toe. The tiny, 49-square-foot kitchen (small even by New York standards) receives its personality from Poggenpohl’s grey nut tree cabinetry and aluminum backsplash complete with Gorilla wallpaper. Functionality was key with custom features to clear the countertops of clutter and create space for clever, smaller-scale appliances.
Bespoke Design Challenge Winner
Beck/Allen Cabinetry, St. Louis, MO
Mike Beck, Beck/Allen Cabinetry
Interior Designer, Property Enhancements, LLC
This kitchen design was part of a complete renovation on the 20th floor of a condominium in St. Louis, Missouri. The entire unit was stripped from floor to ceiling, and reconfigured to fulfill the homeowners’ wishes for an open floor plan. To accommodate their desire for a welcoming kitchen with clean lines, Poggenpohl products were used here and in nearly every room in the home. The result is a modern, seamless aesthetic.
Poggenpohl has been designing and producing luxury kitchens at its factory in Herford, Germany for over 120 years, making it the world's longest-established and most renowned kitchen brand. Customized, high-end kitchens delivered to more than 70 countries are created in a manufacturing and assembly area of 54,000 m2. A global network of 450 Poggenpohl studios with highly skilled designers fulfills customers' ideals of a tailor-made kitchen.
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