As and from today, Miele customers can not only access their domestic appliances from a mobile device – they also have access to recipes and high-quality food preparation videos. To achieve this, the tradition-steeped Gütersloh brand has teamed up with the Berlin start-up Kitchen Stories. This was announced today by Miele at its press conference at the LivingKitchen exhibition in Cologne.
Uncompromisingly elegant, versatile and multi-faceted – this is how the new SmartLine units from Miele present themselves to connoisseurs of fine cuisine. Customers can choose freely from induction hob, barbecue grill, Teppan Yaki, gas ring, induction wok and countertop extractor. As an ensemble, they form a cooking centre with a puristic appeal which breaks down the boundaries between kitchen and living space.
To date, the Miele@mobile app served primarily to monitor and control Miele appliances from a tablet PC or a smartphone. With immediate effect, users are now to be given free and easy access to more than 1000 recipes; these will be accompanied by around 200 food-preparation videos. To make this happen, Miele is cooperating with the award-winning mobile recipe platform 'Kitchen Stories'. This app, produced by the fledgling Berlin company, is considered the best app of its kind currently available on the market.
Cooking inspired by your favourite music? Naturally from your own smartphone. And if the sound is to be achieved without additional loudspeakers or ill-fitting earphones, a new cooker hood from Miele fits the bill perfectly: Miele's 'Black Wing Music' extractor features invisible, integrated loudspeakers and an amplifier for crystal clear stereo sound, and is still perfectly suited to its main purpose.
A new series of highly configurable cooking units to meet the needs of the discerning and a considerably improved range of entry-line ovens are set to be the highlights at the Miele presentation at the forthcoming LivingKitchen. The trade show motto for the Cologne exhibition to be held on January 16-22, 2017 in hall 4.1 is 'Modular Elegance'.
Nine out of ten Miele customers would like to own a second built-in cooking product alongside their oven according to the Gütersloh-based domestic appliance manufacturer Miele. But increasingly, consumers are faced with having to choose between a microwave and a steam oven.
When it comes to the most frequently used appliance, the hob unit is undoubtedly in pole position. But things get exciting as candidates line up for second place: microwaves currently lead, but steam ovens are hard on their heels
When it comes to the design of cooker hoods, world collide. For some, a cooker hood is an eye-catcher in the kitchen; for others they should blend in with surrounding furniture and go about their work inconspicuously.
Illuminated refrigeration appliances have never been so stylish, elegant and refined: With the FlexiLight glass-edge lighting exclusive to Miele, the appliance manufacture in Gütersloh once again proves its leadership in innovation – and its love for detail.
Miele is set to introduce a breath of fresh air to the kitchen in the form of two new cooker hoods. So what is so special about these machines? They perfectly match the design of Generation 6000 built-in appliances whilst at the same time setting standards in terms of features and energy efficiency.
Warmer drawers are an expression of refined dining and perfectly complement primary appliances such as ovens, steam cookers and coffee machines. The Miele models from the Generation 6000 seamlessly blend in with the PureLine and ContourLine ranges in the product portfolio.
Generation 6000 ovens stand out above all thanks to their new design and their innovative user interfaces. But behind the machine fronts lie numerous technical improvements for the convenience of consumers.
With its Generation 6000, Miele is on the brink of introducing new user interfaces and displays across all built-in appliances. Whether touch controls, conventional rotary selectors or a combination of the two – product handling on the new appliances is simpler and more intuitive than ever before.
Two new design lines shape the image of the new Generation 6000 range of built-in appliances from Miele. The PureLine and ContourLine design lines each have their unique and inimitable styles and harmonise with various kitchen designs.
LivingKitchen is to be the stage for the unveiling of a completely new generation of built-in appliances – from wall ovens, steam cookers, coffee machines and microwave ovens to cooker hoods (Generation 6000).