We take you behind the scenes of our editorial team. See how that Contents of the print magazine in the summer edition of 2021 emerged from how they were photographed, filmed, written, discussed, compared and discarded. And of course you can check out the kitchen & design magazine PRINT order for free – in paper form or digitally to leaf through.
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Attention: the kitchen & design magazine print is not the bound edition of the online version!
A note on our own account: our online magazine is very different from the print edition. While we are writing technical articles on kitchen design, kitchen planning, technology, manufacturers and studios online, our print edition is here dedicated to the good life. There are categories such as “On a journey”, “Enjoyment”, “Lifestyle” and “Architecture”. Discover Normandy with us in this current issue.
Behind the scenes: The making-of for our home story in the Küchen & Design magazine PRINT
In the meantime you could almost call it a cherished tradition that we are you with behind the scenes of the creation of our print edition take. For the print edition – the namesake of our online magazine, but completely different in terms of content – the Küchen & Design magazine is working in small but fine team on their own. It starts with writing articles and reports, continues with photo and film recordings, right through to the final print approval. Our everyday life is exciting, believe us!
But of course we also enjoy the work behind the scenes. Photographer and editor Thomas Neumann marveled at the elegant and contemporary living space of a kitchen buyer who is a hisToric-looking city apartment with a state-of-the-art black kitchen let equip. Thomas Neumann not only accompanied the daring (and successful) break in style photographically – you can see it in the magazine – but also with a camera.
Behind the scenes: Imperial Camembert from Normandy in the photo shoot
As in every issue of the Küchen & Design magazine PRINT It was also extremely enjoyable for the Normandy magazine. Together with the chefs Marco Luis Schulze and Domenikus Bufler Thomas Neumann created one optically opulent recipe page about the biggest seller in the Norman region – the Camembert. Readers can expect a delicious homage to the “cheese of the imperial court table”, which is included in the recipe as a breaded ingredient with Trevisano and Pear and pepper chutney.
Behind the scenes: the selection of the cover photo for Küchen & Design magazine PRINT
This time was also by the way the “hunt” for the right cover photo a much discussed topic in our editorial team – purely digital due to corona, but no less passionate. Our claim: a cover that arouses your interest as a reader: in; that you would like to hold in your hands and leaf through; that you may even be plug it in in passing in the kitchen studio – because it looks promising. But also a booklet that the longing for travel is satisfied and not just wake you up because you can order the French (or Norman) delicacies to your home. Or also because you have the Construction of the rustic – and precisely for that reason amiable – French country kitchen can apply well to your own kitchen planning. And wouldn’t this summer be perfect for a revival of the 20s swimwear by Coco Chanel from the Deauville lido in Normandy? – Just. Discover all the content in the PRINT kitchen & design magazine.
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