kb-network    News 16 Jan 2017

Nolte Küchen sets the stage for Sony’s Xperia Projector – the flexible digital kitchen switchboard

Three of the kitchens on the Nolte Küchen stand are new interpretations of the Nolte Neo collection. The room concepts SALON, LOFT and CHALET are designed and stand for contemporary living and individuality. In line with the concept of more freedom the Neo-modules can now be equipped with PremiumLINE Box and PremiumLINE Glas drawer variants and customised with interior organisation from the core range.

Nolte’s flexible furniture system with its Matrix 150 grid dimensions revolutionised planning, with consistent horizontal lines, improved ergonomics and more storage space. The 900mm carcase height, Matrix 900, results in a further 20 per cent more storage space when compared to the standard height. With MatrixArt 900 launched for 2017 this storage benefit is now also available for Nolte’s handleless kitchens.

As a forward thinker in terms of kitchen living space Nolte Küchen was a partner at the ‘Let’s be smart’ stand and used part of its own stand to demonstrate the merging of design, comfort and technology.

There, Sony Mobile exclusively presented the new Xperia Projector, which is scheduled for launch in 2017 and turns walls or tables into the kitchen’s digital switchboard via a projected Android user interface. One product already lined up for use as a projection surface is a ceramic worktop with an invisibly integrated induction hob, that Nolte Küchen has just added to its portfolio.


Nolte Küchen / nolte-kuechen.de/en