Push­ing the bound­aries

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Buck­ing con­ven­tion is noth­ing new at a trade fair of Liv­ingKitchen’s cal­i­bre. So, it was only to be ex­pected that a few man­u­fac­tur­ers would go for a world-first.

The new Sharp Karakuri fridge-freezer is one of th­ese. It stands out from the crowd be­cause of its asym­met­ri­cal five-door de­sign that boasts enough space to sat­isfy even the big­gest of ap­petites.

Hid­den fea­tures mean that there’s more to Karakuri than meets the eye. For ex­am­ple, the wa­ter and ice dis­penser is hid­den be­hind a panel equipped with a prox­im­ity sen­sor so you can open the panel with a sim­ple hand ges­ture. Sharp says that this is more than just a gim­mick: hid­ing the wa­ter dis­penser makes for a seam­less de­sign and pro­tects from dust and al­ler­gens.

AEG’s Com­fortLift dish­washer is an­other first of its kind and gets our vote. Part of the AEG Mas­tery range, it fea­tures the bril­liantly sim­ple idea of a lower rack-lift­ing mech­a­nism. This gen­tly slides the lower bas­ket up, re­duc­ing the need for bend­ing when load­ing or un­load­ing dishes.

Gagge­nau was also keen to lighten the load of dish­wash­ing du­ties, show­cas­ing its 400 in­te­grated dish­washer se­ries at Liv­ingKitchen. The se­ries in­cludes in­ter­nal LED pan­els and bulbs that il­lu­mi­nate the in­te­rior from ev­ery an­gle, mak­ing load­ing su­per sim­ple, even in low light.

Thanks to LED pan­els, the in­te­rior of Gagge­nau’s 400 in­te­grated dish­washer se­ries is il­lu­mi­nated from ev­ery an­gle

Com­fortLift by AEG is the first dish­washer to gen­tly lift the base to a com­fort­able work­ing height

G 6000 EcoFlex dish­washer by Miele

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