We've covered the Porsche designed kitchen for men before, but now we have a chance for you to see it!
Based in one of the leading global design conscious cities, the imm Cologne - the International Furniture Show 2008, unfurled its doors on the 14th January 2008 (until the 20th). All the names and faces of the furniture design world are present, promising to make this the most innovative and inspiring show to date.
The imm Cologne arena makes for an impressive stage, which highlights important trends in the world of interior design. This year's trend highlights and innovations spring form visionary interior design scenarios, such as the art of the kitchen, as well as the never-say-die classics.
Enter Porsche, who are exhibiting a kitchen that has all the style and sophistication of their cars, placed into the comfort of your home. The â€œart of kitchenâ€ making use of, imm pure, a completely new and sensational presentation presence for manufacturers of premium kitchens, such as Porsche. This exclusive platform highlights the stunning lines and delicious details of the Porsche kitchen, promoting a kitchen area as a place where the living begins and merges into other living areas.
Family functional and perfectly designed, making it not just a fancy prototype. The design exudes luxury and purity; taking each area or operation down to it most basic function. It brings automotive design into the products, creating new features revolving around the movement, opening, and closing of its units. The kitchen is engineered using only the most innovative materials of the highest quality, coupled with the traditional craftsmanship associated with Porsche makes this modern design masterpiece.
The kitchen has always been the 'living space for most people and this design will continue to keep that trend going and evolving until there is no distinction between it and the 'living room'. One thought lingers...How fast will it cook the food?
Porsche Kitchen (UPDATE)
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Compact Photosynthesis Systems
VR-Ready 4K Cameras
Self-Driving Car Sensors
Reusable Fruit Straws
Customizable Connected Night Lights