Miele unveiled a new generation of built-in kitchen appliances at the LivingKitchen 2013 expo, including ovens, steam cookers, coffee machines, microwave ovens, and cooker hoods.
"Our Generation 6000 stands for even greater elegance, versatility and user convenience in the kitchen," said Dr. Reinhard Zinkann, managing director and co-proprietor of the Gutersloh, Germany-based appliance maker.
Miele showed off more than 200 built-in appliances from two design lines at LivingKitchen.
Miele said PureLine, with its simplified design, lends itself, above all, to open-plan kitchens and is offered in all four color schemes.
The company said the ContourLine is more appropriate for the classic, single-room kitchen.
Miele uses a fleet design, promoted by striking cross-category design elements such as an array of sensor switches in identical positions on all models.
To facilitate user convenience, Miele offers 5 control sets, including conventional rotary selectors, sensor-based controls, and smart touch controls based on a high-resolution color TFT display.
Pictured are Miele Managing Directors and Co-Proprietors Dr. Markus Miele (left) and Dr. Reinhard Zinkann (right) showing off new-generation built-in appliances in two design lines, at the LivingKitchen 2013 in Cologne.
The LivingKitchen 2013 expo opened on January 14 and runs through January 20, concurrent with IMM Cologne 2013.
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