Where performance is key and the demand for style is unwavering, specifiers turn to Blum’s range of functional furniture fittings.
July 9th, 2013
Blum takes pride in offering valuable tips and suggestions on how to make beautiful kitchens practical.
A well equipped kitchen should lessen the workload and support the kitchen user. DYNAMIC SPACE is an initiative from Blum which assists you with planning a kitchen which meets your client’s individual requirements, rather than applying a one size fits all solution.
Workflow, Space, Motion
Blum’s DYNAMIC SPACE pinpoints the three keystones of practical kitchen planning.
Through their extensive research they have unearthed these primary principles, that when addressed have informed the design and development of their market leading fittings.
Ensuring everything is stored where used the Blum team have isolated five practical and functionally derived zones in the kitchen: consumables, non consumables, cleaning, preparation and cooking.
Work with the end user directly, to ascertain patterns, needs and habits that determine your customers space requirements. Using Blum’s innovative cabinet solutions a truly practical, smart space becomes available.
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