Perfection is not a word to use lightly, but if ever a kitchen deserved to be called P for Perfect it is Porsche Design Group’s new P’7350 kitchen for Poggenpohl, the world’s best known brand for uber luxury modern kitchens, founded in Germany in 1892 and now represented in more than 70 countries around the world.
[ FYI, this post today, as well as several others that will follow over the coming weeks, are sponsored posts from the brands that underwrote Modenus’ #BlogTourVegas to the Kitchen and Bath International Tradeshow, that Leslie Hendrix Wood participated in recently. And even though these are sponsored posts, and we are required by law to disclose this to you in the beginning of each post now, there is not a brand we will write about that we would not recommend you use in your own homes. They are all excellent. ]
Now, back to the excitement of Poggenpohl – a brand synonomous with uncompromising quality, engineered for perfection, for the true luxury kitchen connoisseur and cook – increasingly a male.
Poggenpohl’s original partnership with Porsche Design Group for the 1st kitchen in this series, the P’7340, was introduced extremely successfully in 2005, so successfully that the world’s most expensive luxury suite in the world’s most expensive hotel, Hotel Ritz in Paris, had one installed for their guests in a beautiful driftwood finish, which you can see pictures of below.
2 star Michelin Chef Michel Roth of the Ritz is pictured below, cooking in this kitchen for guests staying in this suite.
Now, Poggenpohl has once again partnered with the world famous Porsche Design Group for their newest kitchen in this series, the P’7350, a ballet of beauty and technical virtuosity, exhibited at #KBIS2015, which has already won several major awards including the German Design Council’s Interior Innovation Award 2015, and also the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and Metropolitan Arts awarded the P’7350 kitchen with the Good Design Award 2014 in the kitchen and appliances category. This is in addition to other awards this kitchen won earlier in 2014.
As you can see in the collage below, depending on how the vertical and horizontal elements are combined and depending on the finishes selected -available in both matte and high gloss – [shown in the bottom right of the collage] , you can design a kitchen with a beautiful visual rhythm, in harmony with its surroundings. The P’7350 is the epitome of style and substance for the modern luxury kitchen connoisseur and cook.
Another view of the P’7350, showing a different finish, walnut, incorporated as the kitchen table surface, within a cabinetry mix of driftwood and dark grey matte lacquer.
Two details of the kitchen table surface, for those who appreciate precision engineering and the finest in craftsmanship.
And here, readers, is a video of the P’7350 kitchen as it appeared at #KBIS2015, with Brendan Nystedt of Reviewed.com speaking. Click the picture to watch the video, which will show you many of the beautiful interior details of the P’7350.
Thank you, Poggenpohl, for your sponsorship of #BlogTourVegas to #KBIS2015.
And for our Midland, Texas readers,
if you are re-doing your corporate offices and/or building or renovating your home and want to invest in the very finest in a modern luxury kitchen, please contact Leslie Hendrix Wood to assist you in planning your own personalized “Suite At The Ritz” kitchen using the new P’7350.
And also if you love to travel to Paris like Leslie does and would like to see more of the actual Imperial Suite at the Ritz Paris, we invite you to visit this post by our friend, Toma Clark Haines, owner of The Antiques Diva, who lives in Germany, where Poggenpohl kitchens are manufactured – and on whose post we found the 3 pictures of the 1st Porsche Design Group + Poggenpohl kitchen collaboration shown above.
If you’d like to find out even more about Poggenpohl, please visit Poggenpoh’s magazine to give you ideas for your own kitchens by clicking here.
We hope you’ve enjoyed today’s sponsored post and if you have any questions or comments, we invite you to leave them in the comments.
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Leslie Hendrix Wood
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