It is a well-known fact that there are a great many different styles of kitchen. Here at Kitchen Exchange, we have many different ex display kitchen styles, from modern, minimalist kitchens,...READ
Fourth Wall breaks all the rules
‘The fourth wall’ is a concept more familiar to theatre-goers than it is to kitchens and interior design. It’s the word for the imaginary wall between the performers and the audience that allows the actors to pretend you’re not there. ‘Breaking the fourth wall’ is what happens when actors and audience communicate directly, and it’s this idea that lies behind the new luxury kitchen design from Poggenpohl and Elextrolux Grand Cuisine.
With its dramatic beauty and creative practicality, the Fourth Wall kitchen is a masterpiece of interior design. At its heart is the idea of a theatrical and unbordered kitchen which blends seamlessly into the living area around it, with each complementing the other perfectly.
Rather than hiding the kitchen away in a room by itself as though it were purely functional, Fourth Wall acknowledges that the kitchen is the heart of any home, can be a work of art, and links it to all the other spaces through stunning, open plan design.
Cook and entertain at the same time, giving your guests a view into your very own theatre kitchen and allowing you to be part of the party even when you’re garnishing the food.
And speaking of food, Fourth Wall has been designed to host your ingredients as well as it hosts your dinner parties. The kitchen allows you to grow your own living salads and herbs, with advanced food growing and storing technology built into its beautiful design. Food is preserved at the perfect temperature and always on display so you never have to search your cupboards or shelves for anything.
Cooking functions have been brought up to speed to match the incredible Fourth Wall too, and the Sear Hob, Combination Oven and Blast Chiller will make your culinary efforts even faster and more efficient than ever.
The finishing touches have been created with just as much attention to detail, with transparent decor, solid colours, brass, and natural stone elements all displaying fine craftmanship. Take a look at our ex-play designer kitchens and find your favourite open concept kitchen!