Its heat resistance and food safety make it perfectly suitable for kitchens, even though it was believed to be extremely difficult to manufacture. A procedure was developed that allowed for the concrete to be made so thin that it was light enough without being brittle, and for the lively surface to still contain its fine fissures as well as its bubbles.
Both, the kitchen’s special exterior as well as its high-quality inner life, made of stainless steel and finest wood, live up to their promise. The sitting area made of solid wood and two herbal patches are as much functional elements as they emphasize the particular feel of concrete. All kitchen concepts of steininger.designers have something in common: they are visually compact and efficiently reduced to their essential elements.