LAN S ER RING Dis­cover the coolest con­tem­po­rary kitchen brand

The coolest con­tem­po­rary kitchens, de­signed in Lon­don and crafted by hand in Aus­tria

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Lanserring’s out­stand­ing kitchens are the re­sult of a bril­liant part­ner­ship. Not­ting Hill­based ar­chi­tects An­drew Hays and Kim Ko­vac de­liver an ‘any­thing’s pos­si­ble’ ap­proach (they have cre­ated stage sets for the Royal Opera House, after all) and cookspace know-how (Hays has worked for kitchen brands Poggen­pohl and Small­bone). The duo teamed up with Bernd and Joan Radas­chitz (the fourth gen­er­a­tion to run their fam­ily’s join­ery work­shop in ru­ral Aus­tria), whose craft­man­ship makes the de­signs pos­si­ble.

The brand’s style? ‘ We’re ver­sa­tile, there’s no set look,’ Hays muses. ‘ We might cre­ate a clean­er­lined take on a tra­di­tional kitchen, per­haps with geo­met­ric gold fix­tures, or bring warmth to the more Ger­manic, min­i­mal­ist style, with colour and nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als.’ Al­though Lanserring’s out­put is state of the art, it’s not elit­ist. ‘Like­for-like, our kitchens come in at a lower price point than the big, top-end brands,’ Hays points out. ‘Plus, be­ing be­spoke, they fit any space like a glove.’ And, for all their blue-sky think­ing, the team has a ‘no job too small’ phi­los­o­phy: ‘Oh yes! We can do you a nice shelf,’ adds Hays. Kitchens from £50,000 (

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