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Metal kitchen in a historical building

Admittedly, the spectacular thing about this property is not the kitchen, but the rooms.
This renovated historical building in Frankfurt am Main speaks for itself with its stucco, large lattice windows, herringbone parquet and countless other details.
We accepted the challenge to integrate the kitchen into the space as conservatively as possible.

Despite the kitchen’s restraint, it didn’t skimp on spicy details:
With a flick of the wrist, cutting boards, kitchen utensils and the knife block disappear into the niche behind the push-up rear wall.

Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel

Materials

The combination of the easy-care stainless steel worktop with welded side panels gives the kitchen a completely consistent and clear look
and the Eggersmann aluminum fronts.

Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel
Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel
Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel
Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel

Küchentechnik

The BORA X BO was installed in the floor-to-ceiling rear wall, modern kitchen technology at the highest level, like the Liebherr refrigerator.
The welded stainless steel sink is accompanied by a Quooker and matching soap dispenser.

Thanks to the BORA X PURE, there is no need for a distracting hood and the view through the spectacular windows out into the countryside can be enjoyed without restrictions from every angle.

Design

Hannes Estner
for a historical appartment
in Frankfurt am Main

Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel
Metallküche im Altbau mit Nische und Kochinsel

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