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Kiwi & Pom: Marks & Spencer Kitchen

by Mike Giles
on 08 July 2009

Designed by London-based firm Kiwi & Pom, Marks & Spencer Kitchen is a bespoke, stand alone cafè, located at the entrance to Marks & Spencer's new flagship store in Westfield London.

The distinctive 3D form created from over 350 unique triangles of Corian serves as a meeting place and functional cafè, resulting in a sculptural design people can utilize both within and outside of it.

Kiwi & Pom's cafè design will be featured in multiple other Marks & Spencer locations throughout the U.K. and Ireland, a level of success not unusual for the young studio.

Other notable accomplishments by the design duo include their work with for Hulger , creating the first-ever wooden Skype phone using sustainable materials that would withstand any software update. Their sleek Party Box for the upscale karaoke venue Lucky Voice, allows users to turn any computer into the ultimate karaoke machine with its microphone mixer that plugs into any PC.


Believing in strong, well-thought-out ideas and priding themselves in delivering concepts without compromise, Kiwi & Pom aim to create beautiful, functional and accessible designs that may be unexpected and unconventional, but always relevant and innovative.

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