The Coquo Modular Kitchen By Cuisines Steam

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A perfect addition to modern living spaces.

Founded in 2002 by Brigitte Boulanger and Jean Côté, Cuisines Steam has grown into an established kitchen design and manufacturing brand. The company values the power of small details and the timelessness of pure aesthetics. And the result? Versatile as well as refined products for the modern home. In 2017 and beyond, the brand aims to revolutionize interiors with a new modular furniture concept. The Coquo modular kitchen cabinets and furniture combine the founders’ 15 years of experience with modern innovation and a desire to enhance the look, feel, and functionality of living spaces.

Designed as a modular product, the freestanding furniture concept allows the user to adapt the pieces. They can adjust to different needs as well as to different rooms. Thanks to the elegant lines and minimal kitchen design, the furniture blends into all kinds of interiors. These modular kitchen cabinets also celebrate artisanal skill and durability. Materials include solid wood and steel in various finishes, with traditional woodworking methods also used alongside state-of-the-art techniques. While the Coquo furniture range made its debut at the Edb Pop-up in Old Montreal in November 10, 2017, you can see the kitchen concept up close at the Furniture Fair in NYC, which takes place between May 20-23, 2018. Photographs© Co°quo.

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