By Wares October 18, 2018 Industry news

Earlier this week, BSH Home Appliances opened its new facility, UnserHaus (German for "our house").

UnserHaus ("our house") at 65 Parnell Rise, Auckland is an elegant, spacious 720sqm venue purpose designed to showcase the latest in home appliance technology from BSH's trio of iconic German brands, Gaggenau, Neff and Bosch.

Darryl Robinson, Managing Director of BSH Home Appliances, says: “UnserHaus is the first space of its kind for BSH New Zealand.

"The desire and vision for UnserHaus has been in the making for 10 years and has always been about providing the consumer with a journey, to ultimately choose the right products for the right space in their home, at the right time in their lives.

“UnserHaus has been a collaboration of local New Zealand designers, craftsmen and artists alongside these iconic brands to showcase world class products within the New Zealand lifestyle."

Open to the public from next week, each brand has its own space that's executed in a distinct style.

The luxury Gaggenau space (below) includes a full working 10-seat kitchen, showcasing the renowned Gaggenau portfolio integrated amongst state-of-the-art finishes and kitchen design.

On show is the largest Eggersmann unique stone kitchen in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Neff kitchen area (below) is designed as a Paris or New York loft style kitchen complete with a dining table for 10-12 people.

The Bosch showroom (below) is a dedicated training facility with seating for up to 18 people to experience the brand and its products.

 Some of the key external contributors to UnserHaus included:

  • Design - German Kitchens
  • Interiors - Cubicon
  • Local Joinery - DBJ Furniture and Kennedys Furniture
  • Counter tops: Cosentino NZ
  • Cabinetry -Prime Panels
  • Reception counter top - Patagonia Stone from Italian Stone

Go here for some of the best photos from the opening event and look out for more detail on the goals and aims of this new facility in the November issue of Wares magazine!

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