Kesseböhmer YouK: The art of open storage space

Shelving units are taking kitchen and home environments by storm. By offering an open storage space that is both straightforward and effortless to access, they contribute to a spacious and airy living space concept.

What’s more, the choice of material also creates a contemporary industrial style.

Kesseböhmer YouK in the living room. Photo: Kesseböhmer

This trend has inspired Kesseböhmer to develop a ladder shelving unit. It was the focus at SICAM 2019 in Pordenone under the name of „YouK“.

The unit centres around a basic frame system made of high-quality steel.

Kesseböhmer YouK in the bath room. Photo: Kesseböhmer

Thanks to their special expertise in the field of metalwork and metal processing, Kesseböhmer are producing it in five different heights (between 550 and 2,210 mm), three depths (200, 320 and 520 mm) and two colours (alpine white and jet black microstructure).

Customers can organise the ladders using their own shelves which can easily be screwed in place from underneath.

Kesseböhmer YouK in the wardrobe. Photo: Kesseböhmer

The frame profiles has a tube diameter of 30 mm widthwise and 15 mm depthwise.

They  are suitable for endless design, either standing on the floor or suspended on the wall, can be combined with each other and are versatile.

Kesseböhmer YouK in the home office. Photo: Kesseböhmer

First and foremost they can be used in the kitchen and neighbouring dining or living areas but then also as bookshelves, in a dressing room, the bathroom and anywhere else that storage and modern industrial charm should go hand in hand.

About Kesseböhmer
Kesseböhmer headquarters in Dahlinghausen / Bad Essen. Photo: Kesseböhmer

As an internationally active company in the metalworking industry, Kesseböhmer is one of the world’s most successful furniture suppliers. Production takes place at seven locations in Germany as well as in Aschach / Austria and Budapest / Hungary.

The new office building of Kesseböhmer in Dahlinghausen. Photo: Kesseböhmer

The product range includes hardware systems for the kitchen furniture and motor home industry, ergonomics technology for the office furniture industry, components for the automotive industry, as well as merchandise display systems and shop fitting for retailers.

The family business was founded in 1954.

With 2,990 employees, Kesseböhmer 2018 generated sales of around 600 million euros.

Source and photos: Kesseböhmer

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