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Poggenpohl Wine Dine at New York Midtown Studio

Poggenpohl Wine Dine at New York Midtown Studio

In the beginning of November, a selection of architects and designers were invited to Poggenpohl New York Midtown studio at the Architects & Designers Building for a unique wine themed soirée. Here are a few insights…

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Magnificent Poggenpohl´s kitchen enhancing the surroundings and the city views

+STORIES City Vistas

The triple-aspect penthouse kitchen of this renovated duplex apartment offers panoramic views over London. Preserving an uninterrupted sight line was one of the key elements of the design brief.

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Poggenpohl´s high-gloss black creates a dramatic backdrop to the flowers, objets d’art and plants

+STORIES Black Russian

There’s a restrained colour palette in this Russian country home. The owners briefed their architects to create a modern, minimalist home that makes the best possible use of its country setting. Inside, high-gloss black creates a dramatic backdrop to the flowers, objets d’art and plants.

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Fitted appliances, an irreplaceable steam oven and an exhaust fan that is embedded in the bench, noting that it is efficient, saves space and is easy to clean

+STORIES Open House

This beautiful country house set in a Norwegian wood was built for its current owners, a couple who live there with their 18-year-old twin sons. It’s an idyllic location, and a spacious family kitchen was part of their plans from day one.

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Colours are contemporary and masculine, the white cabinets contrasting with the dark wood of the breakfast bar, back wall and dining table. Glass fronts complete the look.

+STORIES Professional standard

This modern Berlin town house is both a home and a workplace. It’s owned by a chef who divides his time between Germany and his native Switzerland. When in Berlin, he uses his kitchen to devise new recipes, host cookery workshops, and even film demonstrations. In addition, it’s a warm and welcoming home.

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There’s seating for eight at the long, broad island worktop. Ovens, a coffee machine and a sink are all accommodated in the facing wall, together with plenty of storage space for food and cooking utensils.

+STORIES Enduring Relationship

The owners of this beautiful top-floor apartment in Vilvoorde, Belgium, are happy to mix old with new, placing cherished antique furniture within a contemporary setting. They recently moved here to be closer to their family. Entertaining their children and grandchildren is an important part of their lives.

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At the far end of the room there’s a dining table and chairs for more formal occasions. At the centre of the room, integrated Poggenpohl tall wall units to lodge the hob, coffee machine and two helpful warming drawers

+STORIES Light and Natural

There’s something restful to the eye about this home in Tiel, Netherlands. Perhaps it’s the soaring roof space, the abundant light and the sparing use of natural colours that reflect those used in the exposed roof trusses. Certainly the owners find it the perfect place to cook, eat, relax and entertain.

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A practical yet aesthetic family kitchen with plenty of storage

+STORIES Fire and Ice

The temperature in Dubai can reach over 40° C, and it rarely drops below 30° C from April through until October. This villa in the Palm Jumeirah with its spacious and contemporary kitchen offers a cool, welcoming refuge from the heat of the midday sun.

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Kitchen 50 Year SS

+STORIES Built to Last in the Countryside

When Mr. Reddish looks at his Poggenpohl kitchen he remembers the day his daughter gave it to him as a gift. Since then the days at his home place have changed completely... The kitchen became busier, full of activity with everyone moving in and out throughout the day.

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A second run of cabinets extends along an island opposite wall which features four windows. The worktop had to be recisely cut to fit inside each window reveal, with no room for error

+STORIES The Time-Travelling Cook

If you live in an older house, the default choice of kitchen is often a traditional design. But the owners of this London home wanted their kitchen to be contemporary and minimalist, in a light, open and airy space. With the help of their designer, they not only achieved their ideal kitchen but also integrated it beautifully into their 150-year-old London home.

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