Award for sculptural kitchen architecture -The SieMatic PURE Collection wins the German Design Award
Löhne, February 22, 2019 | “The striking dialog between straight lines and surfaces, coupled with perfectly balanced proportions, creates a sculptural kitchen architecture that exudes unique beauty and timeless elegance.” This is how the German Design Council depicted the SieMatic PURE Collection when presenting the German Design Award – an accolade that the company from East Westphalia was able to clinch once again, this time as winner in the category “Excellent Product Design – Kitchen”.
The art of reduction, elegantly framed. The frame design is particularly characteristic of the SieMatic PURE Collection, which was internationally launched in 2018. The continuous, delicate 2 cm frame lends this minimalistic kitchen concept a striking contour and truly unique character. Developed in collaboration with the Berlin-based architecture and design studio KINZO, the design creates clear boundaries whilst simultaneously opening up new spaces for additional configuration and design options. From cabinet ensembles to wall racks, the kitchen furniture becomes a sculpture, integrating itself into the architecture like a painting.
TIMELESS ELEGANCE, DESIGNED TO LAST, MADE TO REFLECT YOUR LIFESTYLE
The world is full of products with a superficial attraction and a quality that fails the test of time. Good design that lasts for decades is created when a product is well thought-out and well made – and thus provides a timelessly elegant look. The furniture of recognized high design quality includes not just chairs, tables, and lights but also numerous SieMatic developments: kitchen furniture and design elements that have received internationally recognized design awards and have earned their place in the history of product design. For example, the SieMatic S1, whose unmistakable language of form has won numerous awards.
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