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2012-03-3947
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KE 9700-0-2TZ

Freestanding Fridge-freezer

Design

Keicheldesign (Klaus Keichel), Germany

Red Dot: Best of the Best

Freshness on display

The famous wholesale market in Paris is a must for those with sophisticated palates. The market, designed in 1969 by architects Henry Colboc und Lebret, offers the astonished visitor the most exotic and fresh goods from around the world. The KE 9700-0-2TZ freestanding fridge-freezer gives an equally good overview of its contents. It was conceived to offer the optimum advantages of large-volume, side-by-side appliances. Both its usable volume of 550 litres and elegant and functional design are impressive. The shape is flowing and clear which makes it suitable for every style of kitchen. The logical distribution of space in the interior makes food storage very simple. Two easily accessible, pull-out deep-freeze compartments provide for clear and trouble-free storage of frozen food. The lighting of the fridge-freezer is also impressive. The contents are well displayed and energy-saving LED lighting shows off the high-quality design of the refrigerated compartments to best advantage. The issue of freshness is logically integrated into the innovative concept of this fridge-freezer. A large, 0°C temperature-controlled area keeps food fresh three times longer than in a normal refrigerator.

Statement by the jury

»The elegant lines of the KE 9700-0-2TZ freestanding fridge-freezer makes it the focal point of any kitchen. It communicates a very contemporary understanding of pleasure and energy consumption. The functional details as well as the lighting concept are coordinated in an impressive way.«