Poggenpohl outfits iconic De Gustibus Cooking School in New York, NY with an extraordinarily beautiful and functional kitchen design
Fairfield, NJ – January 2015 – Poggenpohl, the oldest and best-known luxury kitchen brand in the world, created a contemporary kitchen design for the newly renovated De Gustibus Cooking School by Miele in New York City. De Gustibus reopens for its 35th anniversary with a fully transformed classroom and operational kitchen that mixes a professional chef's work environment with an intimate and inviting atmosphere. Poggenpohl's cabinetry and shelving offer warmth and style, while providing innovative ways to maximize space. The striking kitchen design includes glare-free, matte backdrops to prevent distraction and convenient storage solutions to amplify organization and collaboration amongst students and chefs.
"Poggenpohl stands at the forefront of creating luxurious, state-of-the-art kitchens and our design for the De Gustibus Cooking School embodies just that," states Roger Zierman, designer and showroom manager for Poggenpohl Downtown in New York, NY. "Every detail of this kitchen was carefully crafted to encourage enjoyable interaction. We want to inspire students and chefs to enjoy new culinary experiences whilst providing a highly advanced, ergonomic and hands-on work space."
For over 20 years, De Gustibus has showcased on Miele appliances throughout the school including ovens, warming drawers, cooktops, refrigeration and wine storage. BLANCO provided SteelArt sinks and professional faucets, featuring homey designs but reflecting the highest standards that visiting chefs expect in their own restaurant kitchens. Also featured are exceptional bathroom fixtures from the Kartell by Laufen collection, as well as luxury ceramic floor and wall tiles by Roca Tile, a Tile of Spain manufacturer.
About The De Gustibus Cooking School by Miele
The De Gustibus Cooking School by Miele is located at 151 West 34th Street on the eighth floor of Macy's Herald Square. As New York City's longest running, recreational cooking school, De Gustibus has welcomed over 1,200 chefs, including some of the industry's most iconic, influential names from Julia Child and Jacques Pépin to Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud, who are among those honored with portraits in the new front entry. Classes are held during the weekdays from 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM and on Saturdays at varying times. Classes for the 35th anniversary begin on December 1 and are available for sign up and purchase at www.degustibusnyc.com; or by calling 212-239-1652. De Gustibus can be found on Facebook as De Gustibus Cooking School At Macy's and on Twitter and Instagram as @degustibusnyc.
Poggenpohl creates luxury kitchens and has been at the forefront of kitchen cabinetry design for over 120 years. For more information, visit www.poggenpohl.com.
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