It’s all about wood - Contemporary wood surfaces in your kitchen
Wood is an integral part of the contemporary interior. The trick, however, is to use this versatile kitchen material with its warm and natural look. This requires high-quality wood, craftsmanship, and - once processed - a perfect presentation.
You can experience this, for example, in one of the kitchen displays on the first floor of the historic building, where a complete room-high and wall-to-wall cabinet wall is fitted with walnut kitchen fronts, and the material is used in such a way that all the veins and structures run over the entire wall.
Also, on the second floor, opposite the VIP Board Room, we can find a cooking island with all around smoked oak kitchen fronts with a 360 gr open book structure. I would almost say, "It's not going to get any better!"