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Tree Trunk Kitchen: Combination Between Nature and Technology

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Cooking is part of our life. Either for passion or need, every day, we spent at least half an hour in our kitchen. Tree Trunk Kitchen was designed by Willi Bruckbauer for Werkhaus by combining a solid oak tree trunk that has an unadulterated surface of the saw-cut wood, plus the weathered bark with a concrete worktop that is defined by clean lines and a smooth surface. The BORA Basic cooktops are integrated perfectly into the worktop and there is no need for an extractor hood. We can say that Tree Trunk Kitchen is the perfect combination between nature and technology.

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