BEKO stand by Franken Architekten, Cologne – Germany

November 4th, 2013 by retail design blog

Franken Architekten designed and staged in collaboration with the communication agency Nordisk office plus the Beko tradefair appearance at the Living Kitchen – The international kitchen show at imm cologne – the international furniture fair in Cologne. Beko is the international brand of Arçelik Group and a leading manufacturer of household appliances in Europe.

Under the slogan “Let’s meet in the smart kitchen” the booth is presented as an open and inviting space with different highlight areas that have been grouped under a floating roof. Free standing wall panels produced a fluid space. In the front area formed Cooking Demo, Welcome Counter and Patricia Urquiola design freestanding blocks that guided the visitors inside the fair stand. In the walls bounding installation situations for more product highlights as well for the series products have been created.

Communicative center was the Smart Kitchen area with a cozy kitchen atmosphere around the long dining table and kitchen island. Four daily cooking shows with the celebrity chef Ralf Jakumeit attracted hundreds of visitors to the booth and the percussion group Drumartic made with the beats that they create with help of various cooking utensils a great atmosphere at the stand. The open plan lounge and bar with adjoining meeting rooms offered an exclusive trade area dealer to conduct business.

http://www.arthitectural.com/franken-architekten-beko/

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