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Welcome to the Poggenpohl Journal

An exploration of aesthetics, a journey through the realms of design and architecture that move and inspire us. Join us as we delve into the latest trends, share insights, and celebrate the beauty of timeless craftsmanship. From the heart of the home to the finest details that make our products unmistakable, discover a wealth of inspiration and knowledge.

Events | APRIL 2024

Milan Design Week 2024

Poggenpohl welcomes you to Milan Design Week 2024 with an exhibition showcasing the kitchen as an independent sculpture that enriches the atmosphere of the room far beyond its functional purpose. The exhibition presents several studies of the iconic +MODO.

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PEOPLE | March 2024

Viktoria Rebensburg

On the picturesque shores of Lake Tegernsee, nestled between majestic mountains and crystal-clear waters, a new door to culinary delights and personal fulfillment opens. Here, in the heart of Bavaria, you'll encounter a remarkable woman who not only sets new standards on the ski slopes but also in her own kitchen: Viktoria Rebensburg.

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DESIGN | February 2024

Colour Palettes in the Kitchen

In the world of design and art, the kitchen has long been more than just a functional space for preparing meals. It is a place of creativity, gathering with friends and family, and hospitality. When planning and designing a kitchen, many factors come into play, from furniture and textile selection to lighting. An often underestimated but crucial aspect is colour scheme.

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Design | January 2024

Colour of the Year 2024

Invite a subtle warmth into your living space as Pantone unveils Peach Fuzz as the defining colour of 2024. This soft, velvety peach shade, officially designated Pantone 13-1023, symbolises our desire to take care of ourselves and others. The colour radiates an all-encompassing aura that is good for our mind, body and soul.

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Craftmanship | December 2023

Crafted by Hand: The Art of Lacquering

It looks so simple. In a fluid motion, the spray gun glides over the front piece, the mist of paint falls evenly millimeter by millimeter onto the surface. No jerking, no stopping – it's the smooth hand movement while painting that ensures the paint spreads evenly on the surface. It's this rhythm that's so difficult to learn, and so even at Poggenpohl, there are few painters who master this technique to perfection.

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