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Hacker unveils new kitchen range

by Selina Denman on Dec 14, 2010


Hacker has unveiled the EmotionNOVA range.
Hacker has unveiled the EmotionNOVA range.

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German kitchen manufacturer, Häcker has unveiled its EmotionNOVA range, the latest in a long line of Häcker concepts to win the prestigious BMK award for kitchen design innovation.

The EmotionNOVA range is a fusion of traditional and contemporary design. Traditional or vintage kitchens were characterised by separate pieces of furniture; fast forward 50 years and this is reflected in Hacker’s latest offering. Each area of the kitchen is separated by a cooking, storage or cleaning module, using materials like satin glass and veneer.

“Our designer, Dietmar Hentschker's aim was to strip the fitted kitchen down to its functions and rebuild it along the lines of ‘beauty put to good use’. The EmotionNOVA started with key terms such as thinking across borders, changing vantages, and questioning expectations. The result is a kitchen system based on functional elements,” said Samir Ranavaya, director, Häcker Kitchens UAE.

In the new kitchen, black fronts contrast with macassar and white panels. All cabinets are lined with durable dust and humidity seals, and feature toughened glass shelves lined with LED lighting. Drawers run on steel rails and even with unevenly distributed weight, can accommodate loading of up to 70kg at full extension.

“Customers in the UAE market are very discerning about their home interiors and demand furniture that is innovative and at the pinnacle of industry design. At Häcker we traditionally look to develop concepts that offer the exclusivity that much of the market looks for in the UAE, with the EmotionNOVA we have continued that tradition,” Ranavaya concluded.
 



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