Lithuanian product recognised at international design competition

New flagship product by Lithuanian company – the height-adjustable cooking island – has been recognized at the international design competition. It won the highest design award in the European Product Design Award (EPDA).

According to Mindaugas Jonuškis, Managing Director of UAB Novameta, Bespoke cooking island suite has been in development for the last two years and was introduced to the market only this year. The latest product of the manufacturer of non-standard stainless-steel equipment for professional kitchens stands out because of its efficiency, ergonomics and unique design.

“We are very pleased with this international recognition. We have been working on this new flagship for the past two years investing more than €200,000 and putting our heart and soul into it. It’s really nice to have our solutions appreciated by professionals in the field. It was very important to us that the island as well as its design were practical, comfortable and ergonomic.

M. Jonuškis

The cooking island was designed to help kitchen professionals to simplify their daily routine and to meet the most demanding gastronomic challenges meaning that the chef is able to choose all the necessary and desired components. The island suite can be personalised down to the smallest detail – dimensions, colours, logo cut-outs, etc.

The Novameta cooking island is also distinguished by its height-adjustable function which allows several different teams to work comfortably. This aspect is highly appreciated by chefs, says Jonuškis.

According to Jonuškis, the design of the first professional kitchen island was focused on maintaining the integrity with other equipment products whilst looking for unique solutions.

The design of the company products is distinguished by minimalism, clear shape and lines. The new flagship suite also maintains the same Novameta design integrity. Novameta island suites can be complimented with the the same style ventilation hood.

Novameta plans to produce several dozen islands in the first year, some of which will be destined for the Lithuanian and International markets.

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