Tell me what I should be cooking
by Thomas Edelmann | 2/1/2017
Kitchens and cars have more in common in the digital age than you might imagine. At the Living Kitchen in Cologne there were strong signs of how kitchens are upgrading digitally, too.
Artematica Vitrum is a veritable cooking machine
The doors of Artematica Vitrum are constructed using a lightweight and resistant aluminium frame fitted with a matt or gloss glass front that can be coloured or simply etched. The worktop is also in toughened glass and supported by sturdy drawn aluminium bars. Glass is used for the side panel at the end of the island. Stainless steel is used on the side of the sink unit and on the rear of the island. Very thick volumes permit the top of the unit to be fitted with practical accessories such a dish-drainers, electric sockets, stainless steel bowls, weighing scales and a vacuum pump. The lower space, that is divided off by sheet steel, is suitable for the concealed running of plumbing and electric cables and for closing water and gas cocks from above. A 40 cm deep snack bar in wood to use for eating breakfast or a quick meal is installed alongside the element in glass and stainless steel so that all the materials are completely recyclable. The island hood with its stainless steel body is completed by front and vertical glass panels that have the scope of containing and conveying kitchen vapours and of protecting the wooden snack bar when cooking.
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|Colors||shades of yellow
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