Market Innovation | September 2012
Innovations to offer more functional and aesthetic benefits to clients make kitchens more state-of-the-art, reveals Anurag Saxena, Manager Sales & Marketing, Häcker Kitchens India.
What does innovation mean to you?
Innovation, to me, refers to renewing, changing or creating more effective processes, products or ways of doing things.
What are the recent innovations in your industry?
A recent innovation in our Häcker Kitchen is the German-made, Emotion NOVA series climber and flying bridge. What’s fascinating about this elegant product is the combination of gently rounded curves and strict geometry, providing plenty of storage space and exactly the right setting for the many changing demands in an active kitchen space. A special feature of the elegantly designed climber is the 13 cm wide glass louvres, which are available in nine designs. At a light touch on the bottom of the cabinet, the glass front slides open electrically. The cabinet is equipped with one or two glass shelves, which can be fitted with optional LED lighting.
What is the most innovative product by your company and what is innovative about it?
That would be the Flying Bridge concept, as we had introduced a new dimension to beautify the kitchens. With a slight push to
its sliding counter, it can seamlessly and elegantly conceal the working area. When moved, it reveals the functional area and creates additional space.
How does this innovation help customers?
The flying bridge concept is a good looking, practical solution for those who need a larger counter space to work on in a small kitchen. The counter space can be used as an extra chopping counter as well as a serving counter.
Is there a future innovation we can look forward to from your company?
Yes, Häcker Kitchen has just launched a sensormatic touch drawer range where just a single touch opens the drawer and closes the drawer with its soft closing feature.
Advertise Here [300 W x 250 H pixels]