Design meets individuality
Hettich is presenting surprising concepts with a focus on design and individuality from 16 to 19 October 2018 at “Sicam” in Pordenone, Italy’s most important trade fair for components. Integrated fittings and exceptional design inspiration extend an invitation to engage in dialogue on tomorrow’s furniture design.
Individuality as an eyecatcher
In a striking drawer presentation, Hettich will be showing that there’s the right solution for every wish: in terms of creative diversity, functions and cost efficiency. The options provided by design flexibility are in the spotlight at Sicam and emphasise the system’s many different facets. Providing clever and cost efficient solutions, the concept enables kitchen and furniture manufacturers to address the individuality of various target groups.
Latitude for new furniture design
When a flap fitting invisibly disappears into the side of furniture, a completely new furniture element is born. Together with “ambigence”, a young company based in Herford, Hettich is presenting a concept for a new flap fitting that is bonded with a sandwich panel. The result: a lightweight look and understated elegance for furniture design – on the outside without any hint of the integrated fitting from Hettich.
The fusion of fitting and panel also makes full use of the space inside. “With the flap fitting, we have developed a product that responds to the needs of a market and customer group that place importance on styling, design and a well balanced integration of working components. The flap fitting combines latitude for designers with the first class quality and functionality of a Hettich product”, says Robert Soda-Cotic, Regional Director for Italy at Hettich, about the design study.
Hettich creates the perfect combination of intelligent technology, functionality and design. It is with this claim that Hettich develop and produce a variety of fittings for all sorts of different functions.
The drawer systems and runner systems above Hinges as well as Sliding and folding door systems. Because good furniture needs good solutions – for the home, working world and quality of life. Every day, over 6,600 members of staff take up the challenge of developing intelligent technology for furniture. The home of the family-owned business is in Kirchlengern, Germany.
Source: Hettich, Photo: ambigence
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