solitaires Constructive connections and kinetic and static elements dissipate into purely geometric elements. The circle combines with the triangle, the square and the rectangle to form a sculptural whole. Geometry and function fuse to create an iconic masterpiece.
Plug and play The solitaires are open on all sides, and can be fitted with functional elements as the owners see fit, enabling them to create their personal iconic masterpiece. The functional elements, too, can be pulled out and utilized from all sides. The solitaires subordinate themselves to their users.
45-degree brackets slot into perforations on the interior of the legs. The height can be seamlessly adjusted. Functional elements, offered in a choice of materials, can be inserted onto the profiles and into the brackets.
The preparation element was designed to maximize functionality. It can be opened in many user-friendly ways, supporting the intelligent architecture. Carefully chosen material combinations create an out-of the-ordinary haptic experience.
The presentation element demonstrates the aluminum connecting element’s aesthetics to great effect. Pull-out shelf boards in aluminum, walnut or oak with glass frames can be opened from all sides depending on the bracket’s position.
The cooking table is a further element for the kitchen as a living space. It places cooking at the center of communication. The design of the cooking table also picks up on the fascinating interplay between open and closed surfaces. Functionality takes a step back to allow wood, aluminum and concrete to create a sensuous experience.
The waste element is based on the interplay of individual geometric forms and volumes. Compact design and balanced proportions define this self-contained unit for collecting waste and recyclables.
The wall-mounted shelving element extends the worktop upwards, creating two areas: one for work and one for storage. This makes the space above the worktop functional and ergonomic. All design details, plus the contents of the shelves, are directly visible. Alternatively, they can be concealed behind a sliding door depending on whether the user requires storage space or wants to showcase treasured items or collectibles.