Posted 21st March

SieMatic wins German Design Award for 2019

21st March 2019 - 07:00am
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German kitchen manufacturer SieMatic has received the German Design Award in the ‘Excellent Product Design – Kitchen’ category for 2019 for its minimalist Pure collection, which was developed in collaboration with Berlin-based architecture and design studio Kinzo in 2018.

According to SieMatic, the German Design Council described the Pure collection as: “The striking dialog between straight lines and surfaces, coupled with perfectly balanced proportions, creates a sculptural kitchen architecture that exudes unique beauty and timeless elegance.”

The kitchen manufacturer is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, which the company said will “reach its climax” in September at its SieMatic Forum.

“The exceptionally high standards we are committed to with regard to quality, functionality, materials, finishing, and design will further sharpen the profile of SieMatic and enable us to deliver more and more new and innovative solutions for the realization of individual wishes and needs,” said SieMatic CEO Ulrich Siekmann.

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