A step ahead of tradition

Gaggenau is the leading manufacturer of steam ovens and healthy cooking technology. The combination of Gaggenau's new vacuum drawer and unique combi-/steam ovens from the 400 series is the perfect starting point for delicious and gentle sous-vide cooking.

Gastronomy and good ingredients

In collaboration with Gaggenau, Miele, Neff and Siemens we help you on choose appliances and professional techniques for good coffee, steamed fish and gentle sous-vide preparation. With focus on function, materials and aesthetics, we also offer you professional feedback and tips for choosing the right cooker hood. When the kitchen is a place for cooking and spending time together, good ventilation becomes all the more important.

333 years in the making

In 1683, deep in Germany’s Black Forest, one could hear the echoing of hitherto unheard sounds. the sound of roaring flames and hammers striking hot iron. The era of industrial artisanship arrived as quickly and forcefully as a hammer stroke, marking the dawn of German engineering.

Unique and handmade

At Mølballe, experienced craftsmen sand, polish and finish your worktop by hand. Mølballe produces unique worktops with an exclusive finish for customers for whom quality, craftsmanship and aesthetics are central parameters.

An extraordinary
water tap

Lot has a sculptural look. Highly architectonic and discreet fitting, and that is exactly what makes it so striking. Since 1950 Dornbracht has manufactured exclusive designer fittings for kitchens and bathrooms and today stands out for sublime product quality, advanced manufacturing and groundbreaking design that has won several international awards.

Dornbracht, Vola
and Quooker

Since 1968 Vola has produced faucets and fittings in timeless Scandinavian design in collaboration with Danish designers such as Arne Jacobsen.

Quooker's boiling water tap gives you a quick cup of coffee, rinses your cutting board and blanches your vegetables with ease.

We design to shape light

In 1924 Poul Henningsen created his groundbreaking Paris lamp for Louis Poulsen, and his approach to design as a way to shape light can be directly traced back to his view of the dualities between design and light. Louis Poulsen was founded in 1874 and is rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition, where form follows function. In close collaboration with designers and architects such as Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Øivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato, Louise Campbell and other talents, Louis Poulsen has established itself as one of the most important global providers of architectural and decorative lighting.

Based on our knowledge and experience within architecture, spatial insight and interior trends, we can also offer you advice on lighting in your home; advice to ensure that you get a unique solution in harmony with your home.

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