Posted 13th July

Poggenpohl partner opens new Hong Kong showroom

By KBBDaily on 13th July 2017 - 13:50pm

Kitchen Infinity, a “long-standing partner” of kitchen manufacturer Poggenpohl, has opened a new showroom in Hong Kong near Causeway Bay called KI Cubus, which bears the motto 'Heritage Unveils' and also showcases Gaggenau products.

The 115sq m showroom – the second from Kitchen Infinity – features three Poggenpohl displays. Its opening ceremony saw Kitchen Infinity CEO Sandra Wong, Poggenpohl CFO Christian Garke and Poggenpohl sales director Bas Mol in attendance to greet guests.

“Since Kitchen Infinity was founded in 1986, we have covered an impressive amount of ground,” said Wong. “The Poggenpohl and Gaggenau collections allow us to create luxurious kitchen planning schemes for families using products that are not only technically and functionally excellent, but also offer the highest standard in terms of design aesthetics. We are very pleased to be launching our second showroom in Hong Kong and I am sure it offers us a brilliant future.”

Ulf Lange, the founder and chairman of Adcuram Group – which acquired Poggenpohl for €10m in December last year – added: “For more than three decades now, Poggenpohl and Kitchen Infinity have shared the same passion for kitchens. We are very happy to be able to accompany the opening of the KI Cubus in Causeway Bay.

“This showroom not only gives us the opportunity to present our products; it is also a place where we can share our competence and design philosophy with our customers,” Lange added.


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