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TWO KITCHENS

We have taken the bespoke out of the bespoke kitchen, and made careful and defining choices based on quality and timeless design. The result is two kitchen models that our clients can choose from; Frame Kitchen and Section Kitchen. Both kitchen models strive to create a simple, beautiful and well-functioning space for you and the people around you. The differences lie in the construction, details and the price points. We deliver kitchens outside Denmark.

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We are architects

Stillark’s architectural approach and framework are based on timelessness and practical needs from everyday life. We are dedicated to the kitchen space, but our knowledge and experience expand to our client’s whole house or apartment. By analyzing each client’s personal space, we create functional kitchen layouts that become a natural extension of their home. A new kitchen is often part of a bigger renovation, and at Stillark we have a great understanding of the unforeseen challenges that can appear in that process.

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"When we came across Stillark's kitchens, we immediatley fell in love with the design. We knew we wanted that kitchen! With the detailed presentation of the kitchen online, the kitchen planning sessions via online meetings and the colour samples we received, we could picture the kitchen very well, although we never vistited a showroom or a store. The installation went super smoothly and the colour looks so elegant, it's an eyecatcher

and everyone loves it."

Karolin & Christian

Berlin

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Responsible advice

When going through the process of buying a kitchen from Stillark, you are working closely with one of our architects. With our two kitchen models Frame and Section kitchen, we already have made the defining choices in terms of design and materials. This means that the architect and customer can focus on the kitchen’s layout and functionality. When we draw kitchens for our customers, the architect's starting point is always rational solutions. This focus enables us to give customers sustainable advice when choosing a new kitchen. By carefully consider the need for storage and workspace, we can avoid building kitchens that are larger than they need to be.

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