BKoncepts has launched its new Westminster showroom with a two-day opening event attended by more than 100 guests, including leading house builders, architects and specifiers.
The Nolte Küchen showroom is housed in what was the sales office of the Barratt Homes Great Minster House development.
Key personnel from the country’s leading house builders and developers who supported the event included Barratt Homes, Redrow, Countryside Properties and Bellway Homes.
Among the special guests were senior owner, Georg Nolte and his wife Erika Nolte-Eichenauer, Nolte’s daughter Maren Schmitt-Nolte and Eckhard Wefing, one of Nolte Küchen’s three CEOs.
Other guests included Dr Stefan Kordasch, head of economic affairs at the German Embassy, Sandra Baron, commercial attaché at the Germany Embassy and Ian Lucas, MP for Wrexham.
Georg Nolte and Bob Ruler, chairman of BK Nolte Contracts and BKoncepts, conducted the official ribbon cutting ceremony.
Ruler said: “Despite the current unrest in the European market, our business relationship with Nolte Küchen is stronger than ever. We are extremely proud to be in partnership with Nolte Küchen at the new Westminster premises. The showroom is aimed at discerning architects and interior designers and will enable them to select from our unique collection of prestige Nolte kitchens.”
The 295sq m showroom features six individual Nolte Küchen displays, a fully working kitchen and a generously proportioned meeting room.
The displays are designed around texture, colour and style and demonstrate the versatility of the Nolte Küchen core range. Every kitchen is designed as an individual living space that can easily merge with adjoining areas.