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Thermador was the first brand to separate the oven and cooktop, making it a popular appliance brand for Eichler-designed homes in the '50s and '60s.

Thermador Design Has Shaped Modern Architecture

Thermador has its design roots in Californian architecture of the 1950s and ’60s that still influences contemporary architecture today. The iconic Eichler homes — famous for their innovative floor plans, unique use of materials and integration of inside and outside spaces — used the first Thermador ovens and cooktops.

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With special features like its Extra-Low burners, Thermador has all the tools the culinary enthusiast demands.

What Does Today’s Cook Demand?

As Zach Elkin, director of Thermador’s luxury division, talked about in a recent post, the future does indeed look positive for kitchen-centric brands. What is Thermador’s design team doing to position itself during this trend? It’s setting the trend, says designer Graham Sadtler.

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Kitchen Appliance Design, From A-Z

Thermador Industrial Designer Graham Sadtler talks about the ins and outs of appliance design, covering all the steps from the initial brainstorming session to the finalized sleek kitchen. Ever wondered what luxury appliance design is influenced by? Sadtler divulges all the tricks of the trade.

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Appliance Design

First of II Parts: Thermador Design Manager Graham Sadtler provides a first-hand look at the innovation behind the appliances. Where do the ideas come from before pencil is even put to paper? Where do Thermador designers gain their inspiration from? What does the culinary enthusiast really want in kitchen appliances? Sadtler tackles it all.

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