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October 20, 2005

Keep it simple

Living by Mies van der Rohe's credo of "Less is More," Alno has introduced a new way to heat up the kitchen - free of handles and distractions for simplified, modern living.Alno_kitchen_2

ALNOART's new design, available in three finishes, is tailored to the design purist, combining natural materials with cutting edge innovation.

With today's kitchen serving as the gathering point for families and social engagements, it has become increasingly important to style the space with a need for accommodation and an open flow. The large surface space, and absence of jutting handles and knobs, makes the new series ideal for entertaining, as well as preparing and serving.


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I like that combination - Zebrano wood adds warmth and mood to the elegant and puristic design. Removing handles and knobs has not only visual impact - it sometimes makes opening more cofortable, too.

Posted by: Trendoffice | Oct 26, 2005 2:19:35 AM

It might add warmth...if it were a photo and not a CG rendering.

Why are they showing a computer-generated image?
Isn't it a real thing they sell? It's not like a building where you need to render an unbuilt concept. Or do they know it looks bad in all environments except fake ones?

Introducing The Sims first kitchen!

Posted by: | Oct 27, 2005 6:22:54 PM

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