New Delhi, March 2020—– Germany-based luxury kitchen manufacturer Poggenpohl needs no introduction. It was the first luxury kitchen brand to be introduced to India more than two decades ago by Plüsch in India. The latest innovation from Poggenpohl is the design called the +Venovo created by designers Sören Jungclaus and Mathias Knigge.
+VENOVO is a kitchen which would fit into any life. It blurs the line between the living room and kitchen and stands out purely due to its uniqueness. +VENOVO combines every kitchen function into one unit without dispensing with the familiar comfort of a Poggenpohl kitchen. This freestanding piece of furniture is in line with current trends such as urbanity and mobility; at the same time is highly-efficient. +VENOVO organises all functions with elegance and sophistication into one unit — from the worktop and the oven, to the fridge and the sink. This modular kitchen cuts a fine figure from any perspective, and in contrast to heavy, immovable kitchen islands, it radiates a distinctive lightness.
+VENOVO is available in standard colours, and is available with innumerable options and finishes. Additionally, wood is also an option. The framing metal supports at each end of this furniture is available in a choice of matte white, cerium grey or a chrome-plated version.
Awards: In 2019, +VENOVO was announced as the “Best of Best” winner in the kitchen and household category at the ICONIC AWARDS. +VENOVO was also the recipient of the German Design Award 2019 in the “Kitchen” category.
For more than 120 years, Poggenpohl has continued to ‘improve the kitchen’, transforming it from a humble backroom into a living space that’s at the heart of the home. Poggenpohl’s pioneering history includes many firsts, including white lacquer kitchen furniture, ergonomic work-top heights, and the development of the kitchen island.
Technical expertise, materials of the highest quality, meticulous craftsmanship and trend-setting design go into every Poggenpohl kitchen. At the factory in Herford, Germany utmost attention is given to every detail and aim for perfection is evident in everything. That is the Poggenpohl way.
The furnishing of a kitchen is not just about fitting a space out with furniture and equipment. It is about creating structures that elevate the way we live, both functionally and emotionally. In much the same way a house opens and closes itself to the outside world, a Poggenpohl kitchen communicates with its involving ambience, brining life into the space.
All Poggenpohl kitchens are made to order, so no two will ever be exactly the same.
But each one begins its life the same way – with a blank sheet of paper.
As a result, the finished kitchen is a true reflection of your individual needs and personality.
Studio Poggenpohl founded by Hamendra & Rati Sharma in 1998 as SIS Imports, and was rebranded by their daughter Sukriti Sharrma to Plüsch in 2015. “Plüsch”embodies a new energy and a compelling promise in the domain of luxury living; be it kitchens or lifestyle products. The brand was a pioneer in bringing the best German luxury brands to India; beginning with Poggenpohl for kitchens, Gaggenau for appliances and Interluebke for wardrobes. The transition from SIS Imports to Plusch has been steady and well thought-out. While the parent company SIS IMPORTS remains the same, the Plusch brand offers the much-needed strong, iconic brand name to assemble the wide product portfolio under one umbrella.
Representing the world’s leading brands in exclusive pan India tie-ups, Plusch has carved out a genuine, unshakeable reputation through an honest approach, dedication, immaculate execution and client satisfaction. Over time, it diversified and expanded its product portfolio to represent many other prestigious and luxurious lifestyle brands. The driving factor behind the intentional associations with all German companies has been the shared sensibility and a professional work ethic that rests on an unrelenting quest for perfection.
German for ‘plush, luxurious and refined’, Plusch exemplifies a modern, engaging experience. The name ‘Plusch’ also draws out the German association succinctly and reflects the promise of luxury and elegance. The accompanying visual identity and language are distinct and will be characteristically plush, though minimalist and sophisticated. Pure, crisp white is contrasted against cool tones of silver and grey and a subtly-used Plusch orange that provides the perfect accent of warmth and style.
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