In 1960, SieMatic presented the first handle-free kitchen to the world, whose numerous innovations were celebrated as a revolution. Its design became a model for many, has been adapted sensitively to contemporary taste many times, and has won a number of awards. After all, who should continue to develop an idea more ambitiously than its inventor? Thus SieMatic turned the first kitchen without handles and knobs into what is now the broadest range of planning options for friends of puristically designed, handle-free kitchens.
This example shows an ensemble of elements from SieMatic S2 and SieMatic SE. The emphatically horizontal lines, the graphical alignment of the furniture elements, and their symmetrical arrangement radiate a pleasant sense of peace.