Appreciation from the highest authority: The German Brand Institute, founded by the internationally renowned "Rat für Formgebung," is tasked with presenting and awarding pioneering achievements in the field of brand management. The competition is open to companies selected by the institute's committees of experts. The highest award, the "German Brand Award in GOLD," was awarded to the SieMatic brand in 2016.
A solitaire among kitchen furniture. With SieMatic 29, we have re-interpreted a piece of traditional furniture: the kitchen buffet.
This versatile, timelessly elegant piece of furniture is a signature piece of the SieMatic style collection URBAN and was awarded the "German Design Award in GOLD." The beveled, rounded side panels give the SieMatic 29 its distinctive silhouette and pay tribute to the company's history.
An established connection between external and internal quality. SieMatic's aluminum interior accessories for drawers and pull-outs are unmistakable in their graphic design and unique in their functionality. Highly flexible aluminum and wood elements combine with grey flocking and white porcelain to offer a completely new aesthetic pleasure - and win several international design awards.
BeauxArts.02 makes its world premiere: The Chicago designer, Mick De Giulio, who collaborated with SieMatic on the first BeauxArts collection, created new elements, materials, colors, door-styles, and proportions. These lend a more linear and lighter appearance while reflective details add a unique, classic elegance. The skillful play with symmetry and asymmetry as well as the repetition of forms, colors and materials bring peace and balance.
50 years of SieMatic. 50 years of handle-free kitchens.
SieMatic 6006 – a true design classic amongst kitchens. When the SieMatic 6006 series made its debut in 1960, it as an immediate sensation, becoming one of the most popular kitchen designs of its time. The SieMatic 6006: the first handle-free kitchen. Over the decades, its distinctive design has been updated to reflect the times and has won many awards along the way.
First class design is getting more compact over time and compact design is becoming more attractive. This trend has grown to almost cult-status in phones and music-players, and was introduced to kitchen design: SieMatic CompactDesign. This edition of contemporary SieMatic kitchen product ranges met the highest requirements of individual design and extended the possibilities for kitchen interior design, even in small spaces. With SieMatic CompactDesign and some creative ingenuity with color and light, even a compact space could be made into an elegant kitchen with an exclusive character. Turning even a small kitchen into a dream kitchen: an original SieMatic
A feast for all the senses: The SieMatic S1. At first glance, it appears to be a conservative design. Upon closer inspection, one discovers its sensibility and decides that rarely have there been so many good reasons for a new kitchen. The SieMatic S1 provided innovative answers to common questions: What should today’s modern design be? How can the kitchen be more user-friendly? Which new technologies can be meaningfully integrated? How can some degree of minimalist aesthetics be combined with the highest level of performance? How can we blend perfection with emotions? How do we bring the kitchen to life? The end result is a new program, which is as unique as it looks. The first kitchen to appeal to all the senses: SieMatic S1.
SieMatic presents a completely new aesthetic for the classic kitchen: the BeauxArts collection. The Beaux Arts architectural style strongly influenced the image of up-and-coming American metropolises at the beginning of the twentieth century. Modern architectural forms were combined with monumental ornamentation such as columns. With the BeauxArts collection, SieMatic adopted this style to bring together seemingly contradictory classical and modern elements of kitchen and interior design to form a harmonious whole. The BeauxArts collection was developed in collaboration with Chicago designer Mick De Giulio.
Traditional craftsmanship, modern interpretation. In configuration and design, the kitchen has great possibilities for individuality. The comfortable yet stylish SL 909 with MosaicDesign countertops lent any room distinctive character. The design concept demonstrated that traditional craft and modern, graphic kitchen design are not mutually exclusive but together create incomparable, sophisticated ambience.
The best idea since storage space: MultiMatic. With MultiMatic, SieMatic presented the first interior organization system that can be individually assembled, expanded and arranged. At any time, with ease, and according to your desires and changing needs. Every SieMatic can now be individually equipped with up to 30% more storage space. The patented SieMatic multi-function track, divided into a precise 16 mm grid, is available in the interior of every SieMatic cabinet and can also be installed on the backside of doors.
The time has come for SieMatic International Style. A new design and furnishing concept – for the kitchen and beyond. It was purposefully developed with new, open concepts of architecture and interior design in mind. With SieMatic International Style open rooms could be structured generously and individually, integrating the functions of your kitchen harmoniously into the living space.
A design classic, reissued. For its 40th anniversary, SieMatic paid homage to the first ever fitted kitchen by bringing out a modern design: The new SieMatic 6006. Its unmistakable design mirrored the features that characterized the very first SieMatic. Distinctive features were the elegant arch of doors and the integrated handle channel, which was a worldwide design innovation in 1960.
An entirely new generation of SieMatic kitchens was launched. With the development of the Modular Kitchen, winner of several design awards, SieMatic continued to meet the changing needs of an increasingly mobile society. It opened up new perspectives for design by replacing static structures with modular ones. Making the kitchen mobile, and setting things in motion.
Masterful craftsmanship: The SieMatic Painters' Collection. The name immediately tells you what made these exclusive kitchens so unique. Paint with an antique look was applied meticulously by hand, coat by coat, according to the paint and wipe techniques of the 19th century. This, however, did not mean the ornate style of these furnishings could not be used for cooking: a last coat of kitchen-proof lacquer rendered the surfaces particularly durable and easy to clean.
Stripped down to the essential. High quality and sleek, superior materials and simple design: the combination of these seeming opposites characterized the style of the SieMatic SE 7007 MR, and the trends of the time. Rich wood, steel and glass - this material mix established the SieMatic product range as the epitome of comfortable elegance.
The year of the SieMatic SL: With its exceptionally clean design without handles or knobs, and consistent lines, this kitchen line set new standards for design. Its timelessly elegant design language has not lost its relevance today.
Modeled on brilliance. A highly polished and clean square profile, gold trim and gold knobs were style features of the exclusive SieMatic 1001 KL, which attracted many imitators and enjoyed great international success.
When the blue and white SieMatic 1001 AL was launched, it immediately became the symbol of the “cozy” kitchen. With hand-finished surfaces, smooth panels, and distinctive moldings, it made SieMatic the leader in a new trend for kitchens designed in the German Country style.
From August Siekmann Möbelwerke came "SieMatic." The first kitchen under this brand was a sensation: The SieMatic 60. It represented a new departure in terms of design, functionality, materials and features. It was the very first kitchen in the world with integrated, recessed handle channels - and it set a new style in kitchens and is still a classic today.
The courage to reform. After sales of comprehensively-equipped kitchen buffets had reached the million mark and a new office building had been built, August Siekmann Möbelwerke surprised the industry with a wholly redesigned reform kitchen series. The Japanese Sen surfaces were described by August Siekmann and later the whole industry as “golden elm.”
The company makes a name for itself: August Siekmann Möbelwerke first exhibited its products at the Leipzig Trade Fair. Kitchen sideboards with names like "Erna," "Hannelore" and "Ruth" were quickly familiar and beloved well beyond the borders of Westphalia.