01 product description
With the bulthaup b2 kitchen workshop, we are radically rethinking the concept of the kitchen and cooking. All key functions are concentrated in three elements: Kitchen workbench with work area, hob and water point, complemented by two tool cabinets for appliances, crockery, tools and ingredients. A kitchen for pioneers in the art of thinking and living.
For the development of bulthaup b2, bulthaup collaborated with the Vienna-based EOOS design house. With their "Poetical Analysis" method, they approach complex design tasks in their own distinctive way. As well as contemporary perspectives, their work is also influenced by archetypal images, rituals and stories. The result is a vision for the present that will carry through to the future: bulthaup b2 - the systematic new evolutionary branch of the open kitchen.
bulthaup b2 is the kitchen in its most elemental form, and for that very reason it is timeless, enduringly modern and can be changed at will. Each of the three elements is an item of furniture within the living space, and these items can be re-combined, moved and added to again and again. This means bulthaup b2 can appear either very open or very closed. Technology is ready for operation at all times, but is deliberately concealed behind closed doors. When the cabinets are open, the whole cosmos of the kitchen unfurls at a glance. When the doors are closed and the workbench cleared, the three pieces of furniture transform into pure, stand-alone features.
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