Naber Concept Kitchen design by Kilian Schindler

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“Concept Kitchen” as a solid framework for chaotic everyday aesthetics.

The kitchen system can be flexibly adapted to the user’s lifestyle. The objects integrated by him enrich the minimalist kitchen furniture with an entirely individual dimension, which goes far beyond the functionality as a workplace. Whether as an island solution or in combination with a traditional kitchen range, the modules can be arranged as desired. The mobile kitchen system is currently based on five modules: Work surface with integrated hob, sink centre, butcher block, storage rack and technology tower. The stainless steel base elements can be disassembled and have grid holes for the flexible positioning of structural panels and shelves. A simple plug-in principle allows easy assembly and disassembly of the basic elements without use of tools. The modular kitchen designed by Bureau Kilian Schindler celebrated its premiere within the framework of the Design Deutschland exhibition in Milan and New York. With its polarising modernity, the project initiated by Naber GmbH caused a sensation, and has already won prestigious design awards such as the Plus X Award and the Interior Innovation Award.

Kilian Schindler (*1981) studied product design in Germany and France. Werner Aisslinger, James Irvine, Florence Doleac and Stefan Diez amongst others have overseen his projects and presented in curated exhibitions in Cologne, Milan, Paris and Moscow. Kilian Schindler designs multiple awarded products for internationally renowned clients like Rosenthal, Schönbuch or DePadova since 2009. The co-operation with Naber GmbH started in 2010.

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