Saturday, March 2, 2013

MIELE AND THE COLOR WHITE


The color White harmonizes and balances space


PHOTOGRAPHY: JON MILLER, HEDRICH BLESSING


One of the most important examples of modernist architecture is the Farnsworth house, designed by architect Mies van der Rohe. It's minimalist white steel framing and clear glass walls celebrate simplicity, transparency and purity of form. The Farnsworth building is the architect's statement about the potential of a building to express "dwelling" in its simplest essence.

The distinguished German appliance company, Miele has employed this respect for pure lines and transparency when developing the new kitchen series Brilliant White Plus. 



The definition of Brilliant White Plus: 

Cool, Crisp lines... 





Sleek white glass doors. Integrated flush appliances into the face of the cabinetry...





 Accentuates chrome handles...



Would you love the color white for your kitchen?


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