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Poggenpohl open-plan kitchen and dining room connected to the outside

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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.

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.

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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A practical yet aesthetic family kitchen with plenty of storage

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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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

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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As there a long wall extending from the kitchen into the dining area, Poggenpohl´s +INTEGRATION range, fits perfectly and helped the two areas to combine seamlessly

Joined-up Thinking

This brand new home is located in one of the most historic areas of South Africa. At its heart is a spacious kitchen and dining area that blends perfectly with the building’s contemporary architectural aesthetic.

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The brief for the kitchen specified an open space facing out into the living and dining areas, with both an Asian and a gourmet kitchen for entertaining and interacting with guests.

Canvas for Creativity

For luxury property developers, interior design presents a challenge. They need to create an appealing space with the required ‘Wow’ factor. Yet it also needs to be neutral enough to appeal to the new owner’s creativity. The developers of this Singapore residence struck the perfect balance.

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Poggenpohl design that picks up the black and white motif of the marble tiled floor with matt white units and black worktops

Ancient and Modern

Old houses pose many challenges as walls, floors and ceilings are very rarely straight. The owners of this charming property in Moritzburg, Germany, were undeterred. They decided to remodel the interior to blend the best of old and new. However their plans for the kitchen required careful thought.

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A remarkable room with light streaming in from both ends, an open space that unites dining area, kitchen and family living.

Living Underground

The owners of this West London home had to dig deep – literally – in order to achieve their dream of a large, open-plan kitchen and dining room connected to the outside. Their 1850s Regency town house is a historic building with the highest Grade I listing, so removing existing internal walls wasn’t an option. Instead they embarked on a two-year excavation that created a whole new subterranean level underneath their four-storey house.

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Panoramic windows bring views of the surrounding woodland into this home. At its heart is a calm, beautifully ordered Poggenpohl kitchen based around a large island unit.

Woodland Haven

Panoramic windows bring views of the surrounding woodland into this Minnesota home. At its heart is a calm, beautifully ordered kitchen based around a large island unit. Wooden flooring and cabinets create a strong connection between the house and its environment.

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