Posted 5th Dec 2018

Poggenpohl welcomes first dealer-owned studio in Munich

5th December 2018 - 15:36pm
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Poggenpohl has re-opened its fully renovated flagship Munich studio as well as launching its first dealer-owned studio with its “groundbreaking new retail concept”.

According to the company, the 230sq m flagship store has undergone an “elaborate redesign” and now showcases three highlights from the Poggenpohl collection, namely +Venovo, +Segmento and +Modo. It also features a lounge area, custom-made consultation tables and a video wall.

The flagship has also become the “first kitchen studio worldwide” to also stock urban gardening for small spaces with a black PlantCube by developer agrilution. The one-metre-cubed greenhouse grows lettuce, microgreens and herbs using vertical farming technology.

Poggenpohl dealer Duggan has also opened a new studio at Prinzregentenplatz 11 in Munich, showcasing “high quality and inspiring options for kitchen and living space design”.

“We know that the kitchen is the heart of a home: a meeting place for family and friends to enjoy the space together, find new inspiration and really feel at home,” said owner Mark Duggan. “Our goal is to design this living space perfectly with and for our customers.”


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