Specializing in high-quality kitchens of German tradition and offering bespoke advice and execution in furnishing and renovation projects, the firm KüchenHouse presented the series KüchenStars by Martín Berasategui.
Designed in collaboration with the Basque chef who counts twelve Michelin stars, the series is focused on adapting the professional kitchen to the private home, and is only available in Kückenhouse’s official kitchen studios. The line is grounded on three main pillars: German quality, the modular, and the personalized. It features lacquering dried by ultraviolet rays to obtain harder surfaces, natural woods, and various accessories with premium finishes, such as drawers and fittings, always with an eye to resistance and durability. A furniture piece that stands out is the Dobless vitrine with sliding glass doors, the inside of which can be arranged as desired thanks to regulatable shelving and lighting.
KückenHouse has simultaneously launched a tool using 4D technology, patented by the brand, which gives clients the virtual-reality experience of stepping into their new kitchen from the store or even from their couches at home, and moving around and interacting with the kitchen features, and also with the salespeople, as if they, too, were physically present in the kitchen too; all this in real time.
For the design of its KH PRO showroom in Madrid, KüchenHouse made it to the finals in the 2021 edition of the prestigious If Design Awards. The firm has also seen its Certificate of Excellence in Business Management renewed, issued by Informa and El Economista.
KüchenHouse is set to open official studios in Badajoz and Seville this summer.
For more information: KüchenStars