Cooking Up a Storm: New Kitchen Collection from SieMatic-Studio

SieMatic BeauxArts.02SieMatic has announced it will debut its SieMatic BeauxArts.02 kitchen collection in the North American market later this year, following its release in Cologne, Germany, at the SieMatic-Studio am Neumarkt this month.

Created by Chicago-based Mick De Giulio, who developed the original SieMatic BeauxArts collection in 2006 alongside SieMatic, the collection will complement SieMatic's existing SieMatic BeauxArts collection.

De Giulio, who developed the original SieMatic BeauxArts collection in 2006 alongside SieMatic, redefined the design for the new collection, by introducing new elements and proportions and incoporating new materials, colors and door styles.

Signature elements of the Beaux Arts design include SieMatic BeauxArts.02's stainless steel and glass door wall cabinets with ebonized walnut interiors.

Featured, new elements include its mirrored toe-kick; angled, faceted frame doors in stainless steel, flanking the range and team with stainless steel and glass door wall cabinets on the opposite side; and streamlined side panels and 1-cm countertops, complemented by the ventilation hood with its lacquered glass cover, as well as by the thicker 5 cm StoneDesign countertop with elliptical edge for additional volume and new handle in polished nickel.

For more information, visit www.duehrandassociates.com/prsm11-beauxarts-02.html.

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