Ambach reveals the future of culinary architecture


Ambach is bidding to put the va-va-voom into commercial cooking suites with a new design that it believes represents the future of culinary architecture.

The stylish cantilever double-sided concept features aesthetic lines that it says are more associated with automotive design than those used in a kitchen setting.

The double-sided service unit has clean lines, rounded edges and a flush fitted one piece cooking surface, while its multi-layer, fully bridged cantilever construction system provides the durability that Ambach is known for.

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All power delivery is contained within the end columns keeping the unit’s aesthetics unaffected. The suite can accommodate a range of drop-in units, as can the centrally-positioned under-hanging unit, which is designed to make the configuration as flexible as possible.

With no edges and only rounded corners, the unit delivers exceptional levels of hygiene, according to the manufacturer.

Ambach debuted the cooking island at HOST last month and claims it drew a “huge amount of attention, comment and opinion” from some of the world’s top consultants and operators.

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