Luxury kitchen manufacturer Poggenpohl opened its new retail studio on April 2nd in Philadelphia to over 100 area designers and dignitaries (including Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Marc Nover, President of BLANCO).
The new 3,500 square foot showroom is located at 230 North 2nd Street, three feet North of the Ben Franklin Bridge, in the heart of Old City. The high-end kitchen design studio features BLANCO faucets and sinks exclusively and is located in the former power plant of the Wilbur Chocolate Factory that occupied the space in the 1920s. The showroom caters to designers and architects as well as to design-savvy shoppers interested in owning a state-of-the-art kitchen.
Visitors to the new showroom can view the new Dining Desk introduced at the Milan Furniture Fair and shown for the first time in Pennsylvania, the environmentally-friendly teak décor cabinet finishes as well as the new +Motion Drive technology. The Poggenpohl showroom is now open to the public as well as the trade, and the opening hours are 9 am – 5 pm, Monday-Saturday.