BORA I Kitchen & Architecture
Kitchens are as different as the people who cook in them. So how about almost unlimited freedom in designing and planning the kitchen? In our BLOG we show you…
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You love plants but you don’t have a garden? Then why not transform your home into a green oasis? Here are a few tips on which plants are suitable and how to care for them.🌱
Ready for that holiday feeling? ☀️ This boho kitchen designed by StyleXclusief in the holiday flat Casa Sukha Ibiza shows what makes the boho lifestyle so special: Unconventional combinations, natural materials and lots of fringes.
Did you know that light can have a positive effect on your mood and performance? Reason enough to shine a light on light planning for your home. 💡
Nothing is as it used to be in this kitchen in the south of England – or at least almost nothing. This is because the owners have tried to use recycled materials and retain the old floor plan as they transformed the original design into something new and unique. An open-plan living/dining/kitchen area that looks radiant in light, spring colours. 💐 Credits: Wood Works Brighton, Bee Holmes
The days of defined corners and edges are over. Instead, the organic shapes and curved designs currently seen in kitchen furniture and décor items offer a new and, more importantly, softer ambiance. What’s this curved furniture trend all about and where did it come from? Find out in our blog article 😊 Credits: Brickhouse photography
Interior design blogger Anette Laurim lives in a renovated 1950s property in Munich. She loves combining different styles and bringing variety into her home – an eclectic interior design style is right up her street. In her dream kitchen it feels as if she’s cooking directly in her garden. Credit: @lookpimpyouroom
This unique kitchen, a symbiosis between old and new, is the heart of a hundred-year-old farm called "Liebhof". It was first documented in a purchase agreement back in 1752, when it was passed on to Roland's ancestors. Today, over 270 years later, it’s his and his wife's home. Thanks to Roland and Julia from Liebwerk for the pictures with our BORA Professional 2.0 😊
A kitchen is (like) a workplace, says kitchen designer and master joiner Max Kaltner. He works where the first BORA cooktop extractor system was once developed and where today, brand products can be acquired for home furnishing and interior design purposes: in the werkhaus in Raubling. In an interview, he explains why the ideas of the well-known German designer Otl Aicher now need to be expanded upon.
Pastel colours aren’t just for kids’ bedrooms! Soft shades look delightful in the kitchen, too. Credits: Suzanne Fransen
It can get lively in the kitchen when food is boiling and sizzling away: we stir this, we flip that, we keep going back to taste. But all of this action and excitement leave their mark in the kitchen. A contemporary splashback not only makes your kitchen easier to clean, it also lends it a special touch. Credit: Glm__studios
Natural materials are all the rage. After all, materials such as wood and cork etc. not only save resources, they also create a healthy room environment and a feel-good atmosphere. Credits: werkhauskuechen
How can you create order in your kitchen so that you can enjoy it to the fullest? How can you avoid constantly rummaging through your kitchen drawers to find what you need? In this post you’ll find some handy tips on how to organise your kitchen – just in time for some spring cleaning!
Enjoying a coffee with colleagues and chatting about the weekend in the communal kitchen is a key moment in many people’s daily work routine. The kitchen in this architect’s office therefore needed to be a communication centre. How was this achieved? Photo credit: KLOCKE Interieur Möbelwerkstätte GmbH
What does this kitchen have in common with a book cover? The same bright colour that makes it a real eye-catcher. But this kitchen is also totally unique when it comes to its materials and decoration.
The kitchen is the heart of our homes. It’s where we cook, laugh, read and come up with new ideas – not only at the cooktop. A cosy kitchen makes you want to linger and unwind.
In this kitchen in a secluded Tyrolean house, the extraordinary solid stone monument which sits enthroned upon the kitchen island as the worktop really stands out.
A second home on the balearic islands. After creating numerous extraordinary objects for private building constructors and foreign investors in Mallorca, 53-year-old architect Jochen Lendle built for himself and his family a contemporary interpretation of the traditional finca with a panoramic view. Fotocredit: jochen lendle; jle arquitectos https://www.pinterest.es/jlelab/jochen-lendle-jle-arquitectos/
Organic shapes, fine materials and plenty of high-tech equipment: this kitchen in a Prague Art Nouveau-style townhouse strikes the perfect balance between the past and present. Photo credit: HVT interiery
A house with a breathtaking view of the Kaiser mountains, where Laurent and Susanne Brückner have turned a dream into a reality. The couple, who work in architecture and interior design, have brought a bit of the peak into their kitchen. Its island counter, featuring a BORA Professional 2.0 cooktop system, stands proudly in the space, like solid rock. Architect: Brückner Architekten GmbH, www.bruecknerarchitekten.com Interior designer: BRÜCKNERINNEN, www.bruecknerinnen.com
Today’s kitchen sees us eating, reading, playing, surfing the net, working, conversing and partying. Oh, yes, and of course cooking. In short: the kitchen has become a living space. How so? With the right furniture and appliances.
CASA MI is the architectural highlight of the gold coast: with its futuristic design it has become a pilgrimage site for design enthusiasts.
This kitchen in an extended, renovated old building in south-west Munich is one of a kind, just like its owners. Highly-skilled masonry is behind this solid 600 kg massive stone island made of Bavarian shell limestone, which at the same time houses the water supply for this customised kitchen.
Day in day out, we’re constantly swiping at our smartphones, staring at screens and staying constantly connected through every channel. It’s understandable, then, that many people in our digital, high-tech world are craving nature, a sense of grounding and a slower pace of life. The fact that natural wood kitchens are all the rage at the moment could be symptomatic of this trend, and unique, hand-crafted furniture is particularly popular.