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Fisher & Paykel

Redesigning The Modern Kitchen

As the line between kitchen, dining and living areas continues to blur, it’s time to rethink just how we design our kitchen and cooking spaces.

How To Design For The Compact Kitchen

With its range of smart compact kitchen appliances, Fisher & Paykel shows us that space efficiency is as ambitious and beautiful as any other aspect of design.

Emerging Trend: Kitchen As Furniture

Over the past few decades, the kitchen has evolved from a functional area to take centre stage in the home. Fisher & Paykel have been there for this evolution.

Ultimate Design Freedom With Fisher & Paykel

Ahead of the release of Fisher & Paykel’s new Companion range, Habitus speaks to industrial designer Adam Moody on the rigorous research and development that went into setting a new series of appliances apart in the market.

Opening Up An Interwar Duplex

Looking at the existing floor plan of a three storey, interwar duplex, Foomann Architects could see the potential for a new way of living for a family of five.

Pitch Perfect On A Streetscape In Singapore

At the hands of HYLA Architects and in the words of Yvonne Xu, Siglap Plain in Singapore’s east stands out as a beautiful construct that balances the need for connection and privacy.

Designed to Match: Kitchens by Fisher&Paykel

Spending time with customers, watching the way they cook, even sitting down and sharing a meal with them has been central to the creation of Fisher & Paykel’s ‘Designed to Match’ approach to the modern kitchen.

Fisher & Paykel – Designed to Match

Spending time with customers, watching the way they cook, even sitting down and sharing a meal with them has been central to the creation of Fisher & Paykel’s ‘Designed to Match’ approach to the modern kitchen.