Open Kitchen Sideboard 100


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Designer : Broberg and Ridderstrale

SKU: Open Kitchen 100 Categories: ,


The minimalist version of our flagship product – the Kitchen Island. Open Kitchen offers flexibility limited only by your creativity. Welcome to build the outdoor kitchen of your dreams. A modular system, built to create your perfect outdoor kitchen. By choosing modules and details and adding a base, you will get a kitchen perfectly tailored to your needs. You can even add some elegant accessories for an extra personal touch. Perhaps a windshield to maintain the barbecue heat, or an apron that enhances the overall impression when you welcome your guests for tonight’s dinner?

Size: L 100 D 50 H 90 cm / 40kg Material: Stainless Steel Colors: Anthracite / Brushed Stainless Steel

1. Choose module: Design your kitchen by first deciding how you want to use it, and where you want to place the different working stations.

2. Choose colour: Choose one of our sophisticated alternatives: Brushed Stainless Steel or Anthracite.

3. Additional choice : Choose to add the optional teak bottom or keep the original colour (same as frame colour). €690.00

4. Additional choice luxurious outdoor cover €575.00

Broberg & Ridderstråle likes to look at history and intertwine it with contemporary life to create something rooted in tradition, but not retro. Like Swedese's round table Divido - made entirely of wood, modern-looking and a subtle nod to Yngve Ekström's classic Lamino. Mats Broberg was born in 1974 in Stockholm and Johan Ridderstråle in Lund in 1979. They met at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design where they both studied interior design. Many joint projects, from their graduation piece to an offer to exhibit in Japan, naturally opened the way to their joint office. Broberg & Ridderstråle are based in Stockholm and work as much with architecture as with furniture and product design. The office is represented in the permanent collections of the National Museum in Stockholm and has been recognised by, amongst others, the British magazine Wallpaper and Swedish Elle Decoration.