There was an enduring movement in property development that took root during a very expansive time in Swedish history. Functionalism extends from the 1930s to the early 1960s. An architecture that brought many revolutionary milestones in modern construction for a growing population. Kitchens came to play a major role in this new thinking and for the first time proper research was done on accessibility and function in our kitchen environments. The first large kitchen factories saw the light of day. Many of these kitchens are still alive. Eighty years and a variety of tenants have not managed to wear out these kitchens. Despite the 60s and 70s with their bold fashion swings in both color and form, the kitchens lived on. We recognize this as quality and sustainability. It feels obvious to us to continue in this tradition of quality kitchen construction. With small adjustments and updates, we have further developed the Funkis cabinets and made them part of our production that we love.
For us, it is important that our kitchens are manufactured in Sweden and to use only natural materials. Therefore, all our kitchens have solid pine frames, shelves and drawers. Panels are in massive pine vaneer and HDF. Most of our fittings are manufactured here in Sweden.
Our kitchens are not a stock item, rather are built by hand and to order. It take one or two carpenters to complete every kitchen. This is how we keep the joy and love of craftsmanship in every kitchen.