Allmilmo, The Fantastic Kitchen and Bath™ is unveiling “The Hidden Kitchen,” at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, (Booth 601) March 18 – March 21, 2010 at Piers 92/94 located at 55th Street and The West Side Highway in New York. The kitchen concept explores philosophies connected with concealment and contiguity in design and living.
The kitchen is part of Allmilmo’s “Design Art” line, and combines book-matched and veneered teak wood with contoured black lacquer finishes. Its closing mechanism, built on a curved (retractable) track, allows for complete concealment of the kitchen’s cabinets and appliances, creating a seamless and contiguous wood surface.
The inspiration of the kitchen was conceived from “The Art of Living,” a theme which Allmilmo uses for direction in its designs. In this case, the company exploits ideas of exposure and concealment, creativity and option. “With the customer’s lifestyle more important than ever, Allmilmo created this kitchen for the social and style-conscience cook, using raw wood, movement, flexibility and playful elements while keeping in mind aesthetic and functionality,” said Lothar C. Birkenfeld, President and CEO of Allmilmo U.S.
For more information contact Christa Kutz at Allmilmo: 201-820-4540.
Allmilmo’s corporate showroom and U.S. Headquarters (allmilmous.com) are located at 66 Route 4 East in Paramus, NJ. Showroom hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm. Showrooms are also located at the Architects & Designers Building at 150 East 58th Street in New York and at the Design Center of the Americas in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Submitted by Nathalie Birkenfeld, Athena Marketing (AthenaMarketing.net) on behalf of allmilmo USA Corporation.