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Central Element in the Kitchen Architecture

The individually plannable kitchen as the focus of living: at the Küchenmeile A 30 fair, LEICHT is presenting numerous inspiring planning approaches all intended to coordinate the kitchen as a living area more precisely to your personal living environment in terms of kitchen architecture, material and colour. LEICHT has developed a new architectural concept that entails a cube standing freely in the room – a “room in room”.

This “room in room” shapes the architecture and from floor to ceiling fulfils a number of living room and kitchen functions. “This planning approach, which is being shown for the first time by LEICHT, goes far beyond conventional room concepts and creates an even greater degree of homeliness,” says LEICHT CEO and Chairman of the Board Stefan Waldenmaier of the striking new development. From the outside, the compact room looks like a straightforward unit from whichever side you view it, while the inside incorporates functional and storage space solutions to suit customer requirements.

Harmonious in the living area

This extremely clear kitchen architecture corresponds to the smooth front design which is characterised by elegant matt lacquer in snow white with anti-fingerprint finish. The bar and a seating alcove integrated in the cube are the homely and communicative components. The alcove is made of genuine finely structured wood and can be individualised with your own decoration and cushions. The kitchen is not just seamlessly integrated into the living room but is the centre of communication and living.