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Poggenpohl Park Avenue Design Studio hosted the ASID New York Metro Chapter’s Valentine’s Day Party February 12th. Over 130 ASID members and industry partners attended to dine and dance the evening away in Poggenpohl’s newly refurbished showroom. Discover here some backstage photos.
February, 12th at 270 Park Avenue South; Poggenpohl Design Studio welcomed the most distinguished ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) members as well as industry partners to the ASID New York Metro Chapter’s Valentine’s Day Party event. An absolutely memorable evening event, which sought to celebrate our undeniable passion for design and craftsmanship.
Throughout the evening, the more than 200 guests that filled the newly refurbished studio, featuring the P’7350 kitchen design by Porsche Design Studio were led away into the night, away from the frenetic bustle of the city center; they danced, debated, considered the design aspects of the coveted P’7350 and savoured the outstanding menu specially prepared for the occasion. A lively auction capped a fun-filled evening celebration including donations from SMEG, Grohe, Benjamin Moore, Kravet, Baccarat and Robin Baron Design.
This event cannot be described as anything, but a success.
The Poggenpohl forum in Stuttgart reopened its doors. We bring you a look at this completely renovated space and the contemporary displayed kitchens.
While keeping its outer façade, the interior was updated according to Poggenpohl’s renowned Studio Concept, which is accomplished in showrooms all over the world. The studio embodies a lofty, contemporary atmosphere, while still maintaining a design and glamourous aesthetic. The renewed studio displays Poggenpohl’s design concept kitchens like +ARTESIO, +MODO, +EDITION and the coveted P'7340. Throughout their individual silhouette they represent Poggenpohl’s heritage of timeless elegance, luxury and innovation. Edgy new materials, diaphanous walls and ceilings, creative, individualistic furnishings have been added to the new ambiance.
Around 100 guests attended the very special evening event to celebrate its prosperous opening.
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Poggenpohl outfits iconic De Gustibus Cooking School in New York with an extraordinarily beautiful and functional kitchen design.
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 has created for the purpose a contemporary kitchen design with fully custom made cabinetry and shelving to 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.”
About The De Gustibus Cooking School
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.
Since 2004 Poggenpohl Forum in Hamburg stilwerk has been accentuating Hamburg’s style silhouette. To mark its 10th anniversary, Poggenpohl has opened the doors of its open space studio to the most discerning guests. Rediscover here some special moments of the celebration party.
It’s been a decade since Poggenpohl opened the studio, centrally located in the fish market area. And since then it has been fascinating people who pass by with its dazzling kitchens of unique design. To celebrate the successful ten years of the brand in Hamburg, Poggenpohl opened the doors of its stilwerk studio to recall and revive some of the best moments since 2004.
The 200 square meters were filled with the most distinctive guests, customers, architects, designers, friends and suppliers. "It was really great to come across so many long-term customers, colleagues and suppliers after all these years in the Stilwerk," affirmed Gesa Schmidt, Maren Mahnke and Jörg Bredow from Poggenpohl Studio in Hamburg.
Live jazz alongside a cooking show with beautiful gastronomic delicacies prepared by Chefs Kevin von Holt and André Hellwig have set the perfect mood to an unforgettable celebration evening.
Renowned chef Giuseppe Villa and his brilliant team have challenged guests to showcase their culinary skills. “Chef per una notte” (Chef for one night) was the events motto. Discover here some insights.
In December the Poggenpohl Design Centre in Milan opened its doors for an incredible event, this time utterly dedicated to gastronomy. Renowned chef Giuseppe Villa and his brilliant team have challenged guests to showcase their culinary skills.
“Chef per una notte” was the motto to the event; energy, creativity, great ideas, incredible scents and divine tastes created a very special atmosphere among the elegant silhouette of the Poggenpohl kitchens. Little by little, guests were completely led away from the daily grind of the megacity Milan.
In the heart of Stockholm, on Birger Jarlsgatan Street Poggenpohl studio opened its doors to a magnificent evening of understated sophistication and refinement. Rediscover this event which took visitors on a journey through the world of Poggenpohl, from the remarkable history to the innovative design, inspiration to creation.
In the heart of Stockholm, on Birger Jarlsgatan Street Poggenpohl studio opened its doors to a magnificent evening of understated sophistication and refinement.
In this oasis of Made-in-Germany excellence amid the finely worked brick facades of one of the most exclusive addresses in Stockholm one could live the unique atmosphere of Poggenpohl’s latest kitchen collections and accessories. There are details that we really need to see and feel to be able to understand the difference to other products and brands on the market. Details that truly make the difference. Enduring construction, made to measure individuality, the highest standards of quality, a lifetime of service.
“It was a very successful event with architects, media people, potential customers on both private and projects!” affirmed Anette Ersa-Engberg, managing director at Poggenpohl Sweden.
Delicious “smorrebrod” (Danish appetizers) by the hands of the brilliant Chef Ludvig Leffler, exquisite champagne by Taittinger and an exceptional assortment of the finest cheeses to the sound of the beautiful melody by Erik Toro and Leah Harris - both singers and songwriters - accompanied by a cellist from the Royal Opera made this exceptional night even more special.
A highlight was also the gorgeous William Bounds pepper and salt mills brought by Cook´n Bloom in so many colors and sizes, on display during the entire night on the P’7340 kitchen worktop as part of the muted, elegant decoration of this fantastic studio.
The brand has once again reaffirmed its commitment to the world of understated sophistication, endlessly celebrated in each of the kitchens’ revolutionary silhouette.
Manhasset-based kitchen & interior designer Vasi Ypsilantis, owner of Poggenpohl Long Island, along with Sea Cliff-based interior designer Margreet Cevasco of Margreet Cevasco Design, partnered with Mitco Construction on Phase II, Project Design 2014, of the Kitchen & Dining renovation for the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island (RMH-LI), a respite for families of seriously ill children. Discover here some nice photos.
This is the second year the design duo poured their heart and soul into the Kitchen & Dining area renovations at the Ronald McDonald House Long Island. Project Design is an effort led by Kravet Fabrics along with the interior design industry to provide a calm and restful healing environment for families experiencing the pain of having a child in area hospitals.
“Our combination of design and contracting expertise enhances the project's creativity and functionality, since Margreet and I both employ a similar design aesthetic. Teaming up on renovations can be a challenge, but we’ve enjoyed 10 years of successful show house projects, residential renovations and endearing friendship. We share the same goal which is to make these dream kitchens and living spaces a reality for parents and families who are seeking the comforts of home,” said Vasi Ypsilantis.
Phase II includes an expanded 1,600 square foot open Kitchen & Dining area which has been transformed into a universally accessible living environment that’s spacious enough for multiple families to cook and dine simultaneously, while offering an uplifting and comfortable feeling. The contemporary space features several design and architectural details that accentuate the room and offer a dramatic outcome.
The layout of the installed Poggenpohl kitchen functions to support both cooking, storage and eating at any hour of the day or night and multiple integrated appliances complete the design. Additional shelves were built-in to the expanded pantry so each family can store grocery items, coffered ceilings and a juxtaposition of bold and neutral colors that brings in the outside mood.
The adjacent dining area with cozy banquette seating offers a soothing home-like setting that helps guests unwind and offers a moment of relaxation. “If we can allow families caring for their children in the neighboring hospital some comforts of home and a living space that supports them, then we have achieved our goal,” said Margreet Cevasco.
Several sponsors donated products and provided discounts worth over $300,000 in return for helping to promote a worthwhile cause. High-end products were selected for their timeless design and long lasting quality, providing a dramatic transformation to the kitchen & dining area where children and families gather to retreat, find sustenance and support.
About the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island
The Ronald McDonald House of Long Island is the 100th House of over 300 Ronald McDonald House programs worldwide. Located in New Hyde Park on the campus of the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York, the House accommodates families in a warm and supportive environment. For 28 years, RMH-LI has been a home-away-from-home for over 19,000 families in the United States and more than 80 countries around the world who are dealing with the pain of having a child undergoing medical treatment at nearby hospitals. For more information about RMH-LI, visit www.rmhlongisland.org
On the past October 7th Poggenpohl was a sponsor for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Georgia Chapter’s Storytellers event.
On the past October 7th Poggenpohl was a sponsor for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Georgia Chapter’s Storytellers event. “Design Matters. What inspires you?” This is a long-standing yearly ASID GA event that features six member speakers in a Pecha Kucha format - two residential designers, two commercial designers, and two industry partners - telling the story of what inspires them in terms design. Alison Weidner of Poggenpohl Atlanta has been the event chair for the last two years.
The Storytellers event is held at The Estate and Gardens, a former plantation house circa 1797 that was moved brick by brick from rural Georgia to the heart of Buckhead, and hosts 250 to 300 guests for this yearly celebration of Atlanta’s top design talent.
A fantastic historic venue that shows how the Southern United States with its own distinct culture and values, manages to beautifully integrate old with new.
After four very successful editions now the fifth edition of "Z -Trophy” took place. New paths were discovered, new passions unveiled… Poggenpohl was a major sponsor to this amazing event. Discover here some exclusive insights.
The fifth edition of "Z -Trophy” took place in June 2014. The goal remained unchanged: to gather exceptional cars and put them into circulation, in a lively spirit where friendship, passion for cars and for nature are premises for a day well spent.
New paths were discovered, new secrets revealed, new discoveries were made, and new passions were unveiled throughout the 200 kilometers in the Western provinces of Belgium.
The start took place with a road book orchestrated by the traditional team of former racing drivers: Etienne Stalpaert Didier Lodewijckx and Pat Lambert. Castle of Bois-Seigneur-Isaac (on the list of the exceptional heritage of Wallonia) was the meeting point, where breakfast was served by the master chocolatier Laurent Gerbaud, with Baron and Baroness Bernard Snoy.
After some kilometers of pure adrenaline to the sound of the most incredible pieces of craftsmanship, a delicious lunch was held at Château de Beloeil, also called "Versailles Belge", followed by a lovely afternoon filled with amazing discoveries throughout the most beautiful settings in Wallonia.
Later in the evening, all guests attended a closing cocktail; Drappier Champagne, Caviar House, and many other surprises, including the famous Wolfers trophy.
The success of this event led Poggenpohl to attend this fifth edition as a sponsor. An initiative entirely dedicated to the passion for perfect craftsmanship, nature and pure epicurism.