Poggenpohl uses Porsche technology in its kitchen design

This sleek kitchen is the second generation of a partnership between the two firms
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In May, Porsche opened its $100 million Experience Center in Hapeville—the company’s largest investment ever outside of its headquarters in Germany. But another German company, kitchen cabinet maker Poggenpohl, has also brought the auto manufacturer’s state-of-the-art technology to metro Atlanta. Signature features of Poggenpohl’s new P’7350 kitchen by Porsche Design Studio are mitered cuts where door and drawer fronts meet the cabinet body, and “blades”—brushed aluminum trim pieces that emphasize the design’s strong vertical lines. This sleek kitchen is the second generation of a partnership between the two firms. Look for a white version to be installed at the Poggenpohl showroom in Buckhead’s Terminus by early 2016. 3280 Peachtree Road

This article originally appeared in our Winter 2015 issue of Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.

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