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The Nomad Classic Line. Streamlined
designs and mobile functionality –
made to last forever

Nomad, a Luxembourg-based company, makes high-quality kitchens At Nomad, a sure touch with style, plus functionality, attention to detail and high quality materials add up to mobile, modular kitchens. Change and mobility are keynotes of contemporary life. Nomad kitchen cubes give homemakers, professional cooks and event managers the flexibility to easily change and move their kitchens. At the same time the units meet the highest criteria for quality, durability, practicality and good ergonomics. And they look great! The Nomad concept is the brainchild of Norbert Brakonier, a cabinetmaker with German-Luxembourg origins, and gourmet chef Stefan Wiertz.

 

Let’s take a closer look at the established Nomad Classic Line. It comprises seven different functional cubes featuring streamlined designs and made of high grade multiplex plywood with the edges left visible. Five cubes give you the basic functionality of a kitchen – one to take an undercounter fridge or dishwasher, a hob module with innovative horizontal extraction, a sink module, an oven module and a cube with generous drawer space. Then there are two extra elements. All the cubes are available separately and can be combined in any configuration to create the perfect home kitchen or a temporary event kitchen. There’s a choice of beautiful, high quality surface finishes – oak, larch, walnut, maple or as HPL in black or white. Rollers make the elements mobile and dovetails hold them firmly together once they’re in position.

To make it suitable as a temporary event kitchen or in a home, the sink cube can be supplied either with a tank or a mains water connection. Doors and drawers are equipped with SoftTouch opening systems and can be fitted with lockable handles. The extra elements are a smaller unit with space for an oven or steam oven, and a cover, which is a connecting element mainly aimed at event kitchens where it serves as an additional worksurface or to protect units after use. The event edition includes custom transport covers for when the kitchen modules are on the road.

Nomad has created a range of practical, attractive and durable elements that offer an optimal solution for kitchen planning and which cooking enthusiasts will love.

 

More information at www.nomadkitchen.com

About Nomad

Nomad stands for contemporary kitchens, with the design aesthetics and functionality expected by today’s kitchen users. Its creators believe it signposts the future for cooks and cooking. The Nomad Kitchen cubes are innovative, functional modules that deliver mobility and flexibility. The cubes are ergonomically designed and reflect the acute quality awareness of skilled cabinetmakers. Attention to detail and an architectural style create designs of minimalistic opulence. On the manufacturing side, quality awareness and precision processes combine with high grade, long-lasting materials like oak, stainless steel and Corian. The striving for precision and beauty produces elements which combine technology and design discretely to maximise the choices for kitchen planning and style.

The Nomad brand was founded in 2010 by Norbert Brakonier, a cabinetmaker and kitchen specialist, together with nomadic gourmet and chef Stefan Wiertz. They joined up to create the Nomad Kitchen cubes as solutions that would be mobile, practical and right for contemporary life. Today the modules are produced in series. The company and its design office are in Luxembourg; the elements are produced in Trier in Germany. There’s a skilled and well-qualified team of architects, designers and cabinetmakers.

 

Source: BAGODIWA