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KBIS/IBS | Jan, 2020

Fisher & Paykel will be at KBIS/IBS from January 21st – 23rd, where we will be showcasing a curated selection of premium appliances at our stand (#C5831).

Well be presenting a selection of appliances in our Contemporary, Professional, Classic, Minimal and Integrated styles. Our product designers and engineers will also be on hand to guide you through these exciting next-generation appliances. We look forward to sharing our design philosophy and a taste of New Zealand with you.

Follow @fisherpaykel for more updates.

For more details on our future products featured at the show download the PDF files here.

Or view an extensive selection of planning files for use in your design process here.

Architectural Digest Design Show | Mar, 2019

The Architectural Digest Design Show is on March 21–24 in New York City. This show is going to be an incredible celebration of all things related to home design. We’re excited to bring a curated collection of kitchen appliances that will showcase our unique design philosophy. For those of you visiting, we’d be delighted for you to come say hello at booth 191.

Follow @fisherpaykel for more updates.

For more details on our products featured at the show download the ZIP file here.

Or view an extensive selection of planning files for use in your design process here.

 

 

KBIS/IBS | Feb, 2019

Fisher & Paykel showcases a range of premium kitchen and laundry appliances at KBIS/IBS in Las Vegas, NV.

Fisher & Paykel will be at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show and International Builders’ Show on February 19-21, 2019.

Below you’ll find a sneak preview of our stand (#C5831). We’ll be showing off a curated selection of kitchen appliances installed in beautiful Contemporary, Professional, Classic, and Outdoor kitchen environments. The hero products from each of our collections will be displayed alongside over 20 new prototypes. Our head product designers and engineers will also be on hand to guide attendees through these exciting next generation appliances. We’ll be bringing along a selection of sensational New Zealand inspired dishes, and can’t wait to share Fisher & Paykel’s design philosophy with our guests.

Follow @fisherpaykel for more updates.

For more details on our products featured at the show download the ZIP file here.

Or view an extensive selection of planning files for use in your design process here.

 

 

FUTURE DESIGN WORKSHOP III, NZ

Fisher & Paykel Experience Centre, Alexandria, Sydney

8thAugust 2018

Fisher & Paykel hosted the third series of Future Design Workshops in our Experience Centre in Sydney. This time around we were really honoured to host leading architects and designers from New Zealand and engage in conversations around design with our senior designers and the design industry.

We would like to thank members from Chris Tate Architecture, Colab Architecture, Fearon Hay Architects, Jasmax, Knight Associates, Material Creative, Patterson Associates and Sonja Hawkins Design for participating in the workshop.

FUTURE DESIGN WORKSHOP II, AU

Fisher & Paykel Experience Centre, Alexandria, Sydney

1st June 2017

Fisher & Paykel held the second instalment of the AU Future Design Workshop at the Experience Centre in Sydney.

Senior Fisher & Paykel industrial design and business development teams hosted key members of the Australian design industry, to showcase future products and ideas and to facilitate a two way conversation about the future of kitchen design in Australia.

We would like to thank the members from the following firms:

Architectus, Arent and Pyke, Bates Smart, Carole Whiting Interior Design, Charles Wright Architects, Coy Yiontis Architects, DKO Architecture, FMD Architects, Ian Moore Architects, Roberts Day (RAW), Robson Rak, Sally Caroline Design, Scale Architecture, Silvester Fuller, The Designory, and Woods Bagot for participating and making the day such a success.

We are looking forward to the next one.

FUTURE DESIGN WORKSHOP II, NZ

Fisher & Paykel Experience Centre, Alexandria, Sydney

31st May 2017

Fisher & Paykel hosted the second series of Future Design Workshops in our Experience Centre in Sydney. This time around we were really honoured to host leading architects and designers from New Zealand and engage in conversations around design with our senior designers and the design industry.

We would like to thank members from

Bossley Architects, Cheshire Architects, Construkt, Cronin Kitchens, Crosson Architects, Ellery Muir,  Glamuzina Architects, Pattersons, Roger Walker Architects, Stachan Group Architects, and Toa Architects for participating.

NKBA CONFERENCE

DESIGN@WORK

Annual conference and design awards, Wynyard quarter & Waiheke Island, August 2016

EXPERIENCE CENTER

Our doors are open.

Designers and Architects, we would like to invite you and your clients to join us at our new Experience Center located on the 3rd floor of the A&D Building, 150 East 58th Street, New York, NY.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Contact us directly

Phone: (646) 647-4330

Email: paula.smith@fisherpaykel.com

 

For more detail click here

 

EXPERIENCE CENTRE

Our doors are open.

Designers and Architects, we would like to invite you and your clients to join us at our new Experience Centre located 90-96 Bourke Road, Alexandria, Sydney.

Contact us directly

Phone: 02 9096 4999

Email: syd.experiencecentre@fisherpaykel.com

 

For more detail click here

 

EXPERIENCE CENTRE SYDNEY LAUNCH

Meet the Maker

Meeting the Maker of our new Fisher & Paykel Slide-in French Door Refrigerator at IMO, Parnell, Auckland. August 2015

Keynote Speaker Jonathan Custance

Keynote speaker Jonathan Custance at MTG Theatre, NKBA Conference, Napier. August 2015

Designed to Match Tasting Event

Designed to Match tasting event with Trinity Hill Wines at Trinity Hill Winery, CDS Retreat, Napier. July 2015

 

New York State of Mind

On a recent trip to New York, Chief Designer Lauren Palmer took a look at the trends at the Architectural Digest Fair as part of her research to forecast future directions for Fisher & Paykel appliance styling. The Architectural Digest Fair brings new designs, styles, materials and novelties from around the world, but there were still a few key themes that I noticed

A lot of timber! Benchtops, cabinetry, refined, rustic, oak, ash, mahogany, all types and all finishes.

Texture, especially rough texture contrasted with high gloss. Timber features again, particularly rough sawn, as well as stone and tiles – these too were often more organic and crafted iterations. Against these textural elements and were often paired with glossy surfaces to balance the rustic feel and provide a visually interesting textural palette. High gloss laminates were popular, but also glass and precision steel.

I’ve sort of repeated myself with the timber trend already, but repetition itself was a theme I noticed everywhere. From lines of pendants to a pattern appearing in multiple parts of a kitchen, the more the merrier, it seemed.

Colour! It’s always fun to see some colour and the colours that kept popping up were chartreuse, blues, mustards, lots of white and then those timbers again.

Looking at appliances, fully integrated (concealed) fridges and dishwashing were popular and, tied in with this, there were some clever sliding systems in cabinetry to conceal small appliances.

Continuing an ongoing trend, appliances are getting more specific with coffee systems, steam and speed ovens on display.