Franke design makes kitchens as unique as you
Premium materials, innovative products and sophisticated systems – these are just a few of the reasons why our kitchens can be found in more than 100 million households around the world. From Paris to Milan, New York to Berlin, discover how Franke Kitchen Solutions can easily be tailored to meet your needs.
Your kitchen for life
Modern kitchens are meant for more than just cooking. They’re meant for living. From morning until night, breakfast until dinner, life happens in your kitchen. So whether it’s time for a snack or time for a celebration, you can experience your kitchen in brand new ways.
The wonderful kitchen world of Franke
Roof terraces in Berlin
Chill and chat high above the rooftops of Berlin from the Klunkerkranich roof garden in Neukölln – the perfect venue for sipping delicious juices by day and expertly made cocktails by night. Whether you’re here with family or ready to party, Neukölln has something for everyone. Other impressive roof terraces are: Amano Bar, Hotel De Rome, the Weekend Club in Mitte, The 40 Seconds in the Tiergarten District and the Freiluftrebellen in Prenzlauer Berg.
Bellezza in Como
With its majestic mountains, beautiful villas and vibrant colors, Lake Como has always been a charming destination. And be sure not to miss its two iconic sights: The Cathedral and the Broletto on the Piazza Duomo.
Savoir Vivre in Paris
The Marché des Enfants Rouges is the oldest food market in Paris. Located in the middle of Marais and only two steps from the lively and popular shopping street Rue de Bretagne, an array of delicacies can be enjoyed here in a relaxing atmosphere. From falafel, organic cheeses, fruits, burgers, crêpes and sushi, Savoir Vivre truly offers something for everyone. You can also discover two trendy restaurants at the heart of the market: L’Estaminet and La Petite Fabrique.
Relaxing in Santorini
Santorini is recognized the world over for its whitewashed buildings with blue domes located along rugged cliffs. Wander through the narrow paths and explore stunning churches and other architectural jewels that blend into the island’s landscape. Today, many traditional homes have become guest houses or hotels – making the perfect place for which to explore.
Design in New York
New York has an exceptional art and design culture. The MoMA, Guggenheim, Metropolitan, Museum of Natural History and Frick are some of the most renowned museums in the world and house exquisite collections. The Museum of Arts & Design is less well-known, but it dazzles visitors with objects whose form follows function. Day-to-day objects like baskets, chairs, teapots, textiles, glasses, metals and woods (as well as exotic materials) reflect the creativity of art in the 20th century.
Works of art in Lugano
Ticino – where south meets north – is the only region of Switzerland where Italian is the official language. This combination of Italian and Swiss culture can be found in Ticino’s architecture and food. And within a radius of only a few miles, historic masterpieces like the Castelgrande in Bellinzona sit alongside modern works like the Botta in Lugano; adding something special to the alpine landscape.
Aperitivo in Milan
Milan is known around the world as fashion mecca. It’s also equally famous for its nightlife, which begins in the early evening with an aperitivo (a pre-dinner ritual of beer and cocktails). This chance to drink before the night commences is usually paired with delicious food such as pizzas and antipasti. More recently, however, the aperitivo has started to feature entire buffets of pasta and elaborate dishes.
Culture in Athens
One of the most spectacular squares in Athens is Lysikrates. Famous for its ancient monument, it was commissioned by the choir leader Lysicrates to commemorate the victorious performance of his boys choir during a festival held in honor of Dionysus in the year 335 BC. It’s over 30 feet tall and originally supported Lysicrates’ prize – a gold-plated bronze tripod. And if you’re looking for the best café frappé in Athens, try the Taverna Diogenes in Lysicrates Square.
Ribollita from Florence
One of the first things that comes to mind when people think of Florence is food. And when it comes to food, few dishes are more connected to Florence than the bread and vegetable stew, ribollita. In Italian, ribollita means ‘recooked’, and the stew does indeed taste best when it has had the chance to cool once before being reheated.