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Need to know: Pronorm’s new contemporary kitchen ranges

Create a monolithic masterpiece in your cook-space
   Amanda Peters  |  written on: 13-06-2019 16:30pm

If you’re looking to create a bold and luxurious statement in the kitchen, German brand Pronorm has the answer with this grandly monolithic island unit in Breccia Paradiso matt marble laminate.

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This masterpiece is one of four new designs available across its contemporary kitchen ranges.

Imitating the look of marble, the Breccia Paradiso laminate has been used to create a sleek stone central island which is an elegant contrast to the wall cabinetry in Black Alba Oak. The richly veined luxe laminate has been used to clad the door fronts both inside and out, as well as on the slimline 16mm worksurfaces and waterfall end.

Clad in richly veined Breccia Paradiso laminate


“Natural marbles continue as a strong design theme and our new laminates offer a realism in the print and surface texture that allows designers to use them in highly creative ways such as an impact island unit or to contrast thinner and thicker worksurfaces together as a style element within a scheme,” says Gerd Meier, Pronorm’s design manager.

Breccia Paradiso Marble and Black Alba Oak are joined by Marble Carrara, and Titan Metal to complete Pronorm’s four new matt laminate designs, providing a sophisticated a mix and match palette of marble, woodgrain and metal.

The matt finish laminates are available in slimline 16mm, 40mm and chunkier 60mm and 100mm worksurfaces, splashbacks and wall panels, as well as cladding for the door fronts, while Titan Metal is available for door cladding only.

Pronorm kitchens start from £18,000. For more details, visit pronorm.de

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Amanda Peters


I've been writing for design magazines for a few years now and like nothing more than ‘exploring’ other people's homes (with their permission, of course).