Handle-free, Redefined

Chef Chele Gonzalez shows us the powerful effect of light in the SLX kitchen through a dish that transforms with the change of one simple yet significant element.

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Chocolate Bonbons

with Coco Sugar Caramel Filling

The delicate art of making chocolate requires a lot of craftsmanship and attention to detail, similar to how the SLX recessed grip was made.

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Chef Chele’s chocolate bonbons mirror the ribbed design of the recessed grip to echo the feel and texture of this key feature. Inside these delicate chocolate pieces is a gooey coco sugar caramel filling inspired by the golden color of the recessed grip.

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When the SieMatic 60 was first introduced to the market in 1960, it ushered in a new era of kitchen design. Handle-less became the new standard. In redefining this iconic kitchen concept, SieMatic redesigned the most important part of a handle-free kitchen: its recessed grip.

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The recessed grip of the SLX kitchen makes opening & closing cabinet doors and drawers a tactile experience. With a delicate proportion of just 6.5mm, it is ergonomically designed to have a perfect angle and a ribbed texture for better grip. It is also concave in design so it adapts perfectly to the fingers.

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