Posted 8th January

Rotpunkt to exhibit at LivingKitchen 2019

8th January 2019 - 07:00am
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German kitchen furniture manufacturer Rotpunkt is set to exhibit at LivingKitchen 2019, taking place in Cologne on the 14th-20th January 2019.

The company will be showcasing asymmetrical design at the show, namely “hardworking furniture that does not conform to customary kitchen layouts like room dividers, multipurpose workstations and display cabinetry”.

Rotpunkt will also have “utilitarian style” on display through a feature of its new handles and knobs that offer new surface textures, as well as “high texture” products such as new “atypical” door finishes in glass, metal and marble-effect.

Lastly, the company will feature dark colours, placing emphasis on its black furniture and components, as well as eco materials such as its kitchen furniture made of BioBoard, a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to chip board.

“LivingKitchen is a great opportunity for Rotpunkt to demonstrate its refreshing approach to modular space planning in 2019 and our ability to create ergonomic kitchen environments that are modern and long-lasting,” said Rotpunkt UK operations head Matt Phillips.

“We intend to take full advantage of the high calibre of visitors, where our experts will be ready to discuss and guide them on product suitability, user benefits and specification.”


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