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31st August 2020
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Small and sleek: Tiny Kitchen in next125 elegance
The fact that next125 not only creates sophisticated kitchens combining design and function in spacious loft architectures, but also devises elegant and fully equipped kitchen designs on compact floor plans, speaks for its high degree of versatility and planning competence.
The premium brand of Schüller Möbelwerk KG integrates its carefully considered design-space miracles under the label ‘Tiny Kitchen’.
The challenges of urbanisation - including the shortage of affordable housing and the increase in single households - require intelligent concepts with regard to smaller floor plans. The less space that is available for the kitchen, the more sophisticated and individual the designs must be. This is exactly where Tiny Kitchen steps in, while remaining true to all aspects of the next125 design philosophy. They offer well-conceived solutions for storage space, work flows and functionalities - without compromising on equipment, design and value.
The aim of all next125 Tiny Kitchen concepts is to equip the available space perfectly with a fully functional kitchen and create a striking design highlight.
Clear contours and vibrant touches combined with harmonious colour and material concepts go hand in hand with elaborate storage-space solutions. These include the intelligent next125 cube recess system, which skilfully exploits free space between base and wall units: small kitchen utensils find a home that is both elegant and practical in the panel containing subtle stainless steel profiles. And even behind the front, the Flex-Boxes from next125 offer tactile and visually attractive solutions that extend the elegant design language of the kitchen to the interior.
The kitchen shown here is a good example of how a stylish kitchen living space can be created even in smaller areas thanks to shrewd planning. The L-shaped arrangement consists of extra deep 66 cm base units and an integrated bar. It offers optimal storage space and at the same time defines the room. The Systemo ceramic counter top in Basaltino white provides a vivid accent to the dark fronts. The clear, horizontal lines visually span the entire room. Additional space is created by the hanging tall unit, which is enveloped in a certain lightness despite its deep colouring.
31st August 2020