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'All a kitchen really needs is a big table and an ...

Katharina Schwarze

19.05.2022

Lea Korzeczek and Matthias Hiller of Studio Oink talk about why our kitchens have so many appliances, but so little food.

'The kitchen is no longer an individual ...

James Wormald

18.05.2022

Cristina Acha Odriozola of Acha Zaballa Arquitectos discusses contemporary social kitchen spaces: ‘That model of the service area is obsolete.’ Hear what else she has to say…

'The future of the kitchen is a home without a ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

17.05.2022

Cristiano Pigazzini and Daniel Heckscher of Note Design Studio converse on future kitchen requirements: 'It is cheaper to get food than to prepare food.' Watch the video to hear more…

Back to the future with The 50's storage system from ...

Nick Compton

17.05.2022

Italian kitchen brand Cesar and design studio Garcia Cumini drew inspiration from the past in the creation of The 50's – a functionally versatile and forward-looking shelving solution.

'We try to avoid social status in all our ...

Simon Keane-Cowell

16.05.2022

Dries Otten discusses keeping things simple in kitchen design: 'I always try to bring it down to the basic question, what do we really need?' Watch the video to hear what else he has to say…

Back to black: dark kitchens that help outline open ...

James Wormald

16.05.2022

The architects of these four projects used monochrome colour and material palettes to clearly define kitchen spaces in open-plan layouts. Here’s how.

Bring kitchens to life with open storage products

James Wormald

02.05.2022

Making contemporary appliances, cookware, tableware and artisanal ingredients more visible and accessible, open kitchen storage puts an end to the kitchen design cover-up.

Open-plan and multi-purpose: new kitchen spaces

Peter Smisek

20.10.2021

With Covid encouraging many people to rethink how living spaces can best be used, open-plan kitchens offer us multiple options for using a single area of the home for different purposes.

Getting high: Gaggenau x 130 William by Sir David Adjaye

Emma Moore

23.04.2021

When it comes to built-in kitchen appliances, German firm Gaggenau has always set the highest of standards – and in the case of Sir David Adjaye’s 130 William tower in Manhattan, quite literally, too.

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