Sleek, minimalist styling ensures Fisher & Paykel appliances are timeless and perfect for any kitchen style.
July 23rd, 2014
Consistency, clean lines and the use of premium materials are central to Fisher & Paykel’s design doctrine. The NZ-based company has spent years engaging closely with kitchen designers and architects, investigating what really matters to them and their clients when it comes to appliances. The trend for home life to revolve around the kitchen has seen open-plan kitchens merge with living areas. This demands that the kitchen looks as good as the rest of the house, and appliances are a vital factor in creating that premium look.
Fisher & Paykel’s kitchen appliances are ‘designed to match’ – finished in the same cohesive material palette from cooktops to ovens and extending to refrigerators and dishwashers. Consistent handles and dials are available across the range so that no matter how many of the brand’s appliances you choose, all line up perfectly to create a streamlined look with particular attention paid to ensure that lines are consistent with kitchen cabinetry. This is true for all products including more ergonomic, DishDrawer™ dishwashers and the revolutionary CoolDrawer™ multi-temperature drawer which can be distributed around the kitchen or home offering complete flexibility in design.
Premium materials and finishes maintain the standards for design longevity and durability. Black Stopsol glass, brushed or polished stainless steel and anodised aluminium, combined with machined stainless steel dials and edge-lit LED controls, raise the bar for other manufacturers. These design elements have been recognised internationally by the prestigious German-based Red Dot Awards for Fisher & Paykel’s 60 cm oven and its mix-and-match Gas on Glass and Induction cooktops which can be configured however people want – because they’re offered in one or up to four cooking zones and all are styled with a stainless steel strip which visually ties the combination together
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