Kitchens "Made in Germany" – made to last
Since the label "made in Germany" was introduced in Britain in 1887 it quickly turned from a warning – telling Brits to beware of potentially inferior foreign goods – to a product's version of a badge of honour. Today it is the world's most respected 'made in' label and naturally carries with it a huge promise: quality made to last. Whether you're talking cars, household appliances, or kitchens, the national archetype is safe, durable, and precise. And German kitchen companies like SieMatic have had a great part in creating and maintaining that reputation by fitting excellence into homes everywhere.
The decision for a SieMatic kitchen – be it a minimalist kitchen, an urban kitchen, or a classic kitchen – means choosing long-lasting quality that is designed to suit your needs, installed on time, and finished to perfection. This is a big promise to make, but it is one we have been keeping since before the SieMatic 60, the world's first kitchen with integrated, recessed handle channels, revolutionised the market in 1960 and gave the company its current name. It's a promise we've been keeping since August Siekmann first exhibited and introduced his kitchen sideboards at the Leipzig Trade Fair. And it's a promise we've kept with each unit fitted, all materials chosen, and every design decision made. Because German kitchen design at its best should meet your individual needs by being timeless in shape, proportion, and material choices – to give you a kitchen that doesn’t only last for decades but stays fresh and flexible at the same time.