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Franke helps Cambridge Cookery School
The Cambridge Cookery School has recently opened new premises and - with Franke products in the mix, has created a state-of-the-art facility.
Franke has provided a range of products - Kubus KBX sink, Peak PKX sink, Eiger SilkSteel and Ticino SilkSteel taps. Franke products have been supplied through retailer Cambridge Kitchens which has worked with the Cambridge Cookery School for over two years; the company has also custom-built the kitchen for the school.
The Peak PKX sink is one of the latest innovations from Franke and displays technical prowess like nothing else. The pressed bowls have tight 5mm corner radii giving the appearance of a true 90 degree corner yet with all the hygienic advantages. The hallmark of these sinks is not only the tight radii but also the new complementary square, stylish basket strainer waste - with the added advantage that the 90mm waste still accepts a Franke Turbo Waste Disposal Unit if required.
The stunning Kubus KBX sinks are finished in high grade easy-to-clean stainless steel, offering excellent stain resistance. The range of three sinks is available with different sinks shapes and sizes; perfect for all kitchens.
The solid shape of the Ticino is the ultimate look in contemporary style. The chunky controls are easy to use and its simple, minimalist design means that this tap will remain fashionable for years to come. The elegant and robust style of the Eiger tap from Franke is ideal for every kitchen décor, be it country chic or modern minimalism. It is available in either Chrome or SilkSteel and has retro-fit handle options of White and Black.
"We are so pleased with the Franke taps and sinks. They are wonderful to work with," says Tine Roche, Head Chef and owner of the Cambridge Cookery School. "We now have one of the best equipped and certainly the most stylish cookery schools in the country. The environment will really help to inspire people and we have been able to create a really exciting programme of courses to match the fantastic kitchen."
The cookery school will continue to run smaller daytime courses to make sure the intimate feel the cookery school is famous for is maintained, and also cater for larger corporate groups.
The new kitchen also enables the school to expand both its programme and its team. This will include the Masterchef finalist Alex Rushmer and prolific cookery writer Ursula Ferrigno, as well as number of high profile guest chefs.
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The Cambridge Cookery School has recently opened new premises and, with Franke products in the mix, has created a state-of-the-art facility.
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