One of our favourites - Fisher & Paykel
If you really want to chill, then no better place to start than right here!
Right up there with Miele is another one of our ‘go to’ brands, Fisher Paykel.
All bases are covered in the handmade bespoke kitchen. Cooling, cooking and cleaning requirements all taken care of under one umbrella. They really are the sleek and smooth luxury kitchen operators. Fisher & Paykel have a belief that every person is deserving of good design.
Although you may have only heard about them in recent years, they have been the pioneer for kitchen design for over eight decades. In the appliances world, they strive to be constantly improving their products.
Since the very beginning in 1934, they have gone on to challenge all conventional appliance design with the goal of delivering ground breaking technologies that have an aim to change the way we live. In 2014 they celebrated 80 years of innovation.
Fisher & Paykel set up in New Zealand when Olive Paykel asked her husband to import a new appliance – a refrigerator – that she had seen in the American Ladies’ Home Journal.
They have a curiosity to not only look at the function and performance of appliances but with the emotional role they play in your lives. For them, design is not a self-serving goal; it is an endeavour to make our lives better. Continuous innovation is part of the Fisher & Paykel design philosophy.
Significant innovations like the DishDrawer™ dishwasher and world-first ActiveSmart™ refrigeration technology have always set Fisher & Paykel apart from other brands as a leading appliance manufacturer.
Most recently, this curiosity and creativity has seen the advancement of the CoolDrawer™, a multi-temperature drawer-based fridge. This is followed up closely by the CookSurface™, which has retractable trivets that allow a flat ceramic glass surface ensuring ease when it comes to cleaning. These products in particular have gone on to win multiple design and innovation awards.
Fisher & Paykel have been leading the world in appliance innovations since the early 1980s. Products like the DishDrawer™ Dishwasher and CoolDrawer™ Multi-temperature refrigerators have not only pioneered new, compact technologies, but have actually changed appliance design forever. But remember, its what’s on the inside that counts! With Fisher & Paykel’s SmartDrive™ motors and ActiveSmart™ refrigeration technology, their place in the kitchen appliance market is indisputable.
“Behind every product is a story and that story starts with you. Your kitchen is an expression of who you are and how you enjoy food with others. Our passion is creating better experiences that put the joy of food at the centre of your life” – The Fisher & Paykel mantra, who are we to argue?
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