poggenpohl Modern purism by Poggenpohl follows the tradition of Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus movement and applies it to design and functionality in modern kitchens. Quality and quantity. Poggenpohl offers a range with a depth that can only be expected from a leading brand. The aim is not to produce more of everything but to […]
July 6th, 2009
Modern purism by Poggenpohl follows the tradition of Le Corbusier and the Bauhaus movement and applies it to design and functionality in modern kitchens.
Quality and quantity. Poggenpohl offers a range with a depth that can only be expected from a leading brand. The aim is not to produce more of everything but to make the best of everything. In all-embracing design concepts and meaningful details. In surfaces you see every day and in working parts that you never see.
A pleasure to behold and touch with their unusually fine texture, the silky fronts are not only a delight to look at but also to touch. A selected palette of colours permits unconventional planning solutions.
genuine german quality available from www.poggenpohl.de
a la carte design 118 edgecliff rd woollahra sydney 02 93691766
da vinci designs 46 douglas st milton brisbane 07 33678955
pepper kitchens & interiors 213 bay st brighton vic 03 95306680
poggenpohl 10/77 the strand parnell auckland nz +64 9 3071577
german kitchens 13 buckle st te aro wellington nz +64 4 8024805
european kitchens 88 moorehouse ave chch nz +64 3 3650796
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