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The kitchen, our new livingroom

Kitchen Kulture is an inspiring book about all that the twenty-first century kitchen can be.

What was once a pragmatically designed place for food preparation has now become a stage on which the act of cooking and eating is celebrated as a social event. At the same time, the kitchen is being opened up to become a living space and meeting point in the home. Whether large or small, modern or rustic, the kitchen has become the center of all the action.

 

 

 

The kitchens presented in this book are testing grounds for environmentally-friendly innovation as well as lively spaces that inspire a higher quality of life by prompting better eating habits and bringing together family and friends. From a vast, open-plan kitchen in a London townhouse to a kitchenette inside a student studio in Berlin, the professionals behind these designs uncover the full potential of today’s kitchen through their creativity.
Whether large or small, modern or rustic, the kitchen has become the center of all the action.
The kitchens presented in this book are testing grounds for environmentally-friendly innovation as well as lively spaces that inspire a higher quality of life by prompting better eating habits and bringing together family and friends. From a vast, open-plan kitchen in a London townhouse to a kitchenette inside a student studio in Berlin, the professionals behind these designs uncover the full potential of today’s kitchen through their creativity. Whether large or small, modern or rustic, the kitchen has become the center of all the action.

Kitchen Kulture by Gestalten. Editors: Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten, Michelle Galindo

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