The SieMatic SLX PURE
A kitchen concept that sets new standards.

How could SieMatic improve an icon even further? The result is a homage to a philosophy of design: Handle-less, re-defined. Simplicity, taken one step further. Timelessness, interpreted for our times

Opening a new world, with the handle-less SieMatic SLX

At the heart of the concept lies the re-designed recessed grip combined with the delicate proportions of just 6.5 millimeters. The perfect angle, the pleasing structure of the handle channel, the refined materials bring tactile properties to the forefront – and are precisely what makes this kitchen such an eye-catcher, too.

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Tactile, your first physical interaction with the furniture, is through the opening of doors and drawers. SieMatic have perfected the angle of the recess channel and the top edge of the door/drawer for a ergonomic opening.

The SLX grip rail on the top of the angled edge enhances your experience of using the furniture; the new profile is ribbed for a better grip. It’s also concave in design so that it adapts perfectly to the shape of your finger. The vertical recess channel for the tall units have the same angle and shadow gap as the base unit, an attention to detail you’d come to expect from SieMatic.

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Compare the difference between the SLX and S2 handle-rail

Good design through the interaction of aesthetic and function, is perfectly illustrated by the simple elegance of the SLX handle rail, especially when used with a radius end panel, creating an accent of light, creating a subtle lighting effect. Not available on the S2 or SLC range.

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The SLX range is a homage to a philosophy of design: Handle-free, re-defined. Simplicity, taken one step further. Timelessness, interpreted for our times.

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Three sided tall glass cabinets, is a level of craftsmanship, as well an industry first you come to expect from a high end furniture manufacture like SieMatic.

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Architecture through the use of light, structure and materials.

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The SLX range is a homage to a philosophy of design: Handle-free, re-defined. Simplicity, taken one step further. Timelessness, interpreted for our times.

Drawers and pull-outs for tall glass door cabinets are mitered so that no material thickness is visible when closed.

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A kitchen concept that sets new standards.

In Vision in Motion, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy indicates that superimpositions overcome space and time fixations and unite strange and diverging subjects into new entities. The transparent qualities of the superimpositions often suggest transparency of content as well, revealing unnoticed structural qualities in the object. We therefore observe that the  transparency can be an inner quality of  the materiality, or an inherent organisational characteristic/quality. Thus we distinguish literal and phenomenal transparency.

László Moholy-Nagy was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as a professor in the Bauhaus school.

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Architecture through the use of light, structure and materials.

In order to enhance the effect of the recess channel, SieMatic have developed an innovative, subtle, exclusive lighting system that is unique. By creating a shadow gap, we have the ability to integrate LED lighting as part of the overall rail design, using light in a very contemporary way.

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