The Poggenpohl flagship store impresses with extraordinary architecture and kitchen presentation.
Poggenpohl inspires, rather than prescribing to customers how their future favourite place should look like. The best evidence: the newly designed flagship store in London's upmarket Wigmore Street. Its concept leads the way for more salesrooms and the investment of a commitment to the British market.
London / Herford, March 2019. London’s Wigmore Street is one of the best locations when it comes to luxurious kitchen interiors. Anyone looking through the large window of the Poggenpohl flagship store will immediately recognise the brand’s philosophy: an abundance of freedom and individuality.
Two floor-to-ceiling kitchens from Poggenpohl are designed with architectural elements: the striking, free-standing classic +MODO, with a dark design, champagne-coloured aluminium elements and a pristine white, made-to-measure fitted solution. They highlight the special skill of Poggenpohl: recognising every room situation and providing a perfect design.
On the ground floor, you can discover +VENOVO, the latest iconic product by Poggenpohl, whose consistent development accommodates the modern attitude to life. You don’t have to set everything in stone immediately, you can remain flexible. You are here today and elsewhere tomorrow, and +VENOVO is simply always there with you.
The presentation of these three striking exhibition kitchens offers a glimpse into the materials that are used, subtly conveying the luxury of the brand: high-quality marble, tactile ceramics and cool brass.
Simon Richmond, Managing Director Poggenpohl UK, is rightly proud of the redesign of the London flagship store, the design concept which will also lead the way for future salesrooms in Great Britain. “The Corporate Design Team from Poggenpohl Headquarters in Herford and our designers here on-site have done exceptional work to redesign this long-established and strategically important studio. This investment reiterates how much Poggenpohl believes in the British market, which is one of the company’s core markets.”
118 Wigmore Street, London W1U 3RT
Monday to Friday, 9.00 - 17.30, and Saturday, 10.00 - 17.00