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<strong>Magazin</strong>e 02 | 2017<br />

Professional 2.0<br />

Best of the Best<br />

Classic<br />

Versatile, with<br />

maximum installation<br />

flexibility<br />

Basic<br />

Larger cooking<br />

zones and optimum<br />

usability<br />

Trend report<br />

The kitchen’s rise<br />

to the position of<br />

status symbol


EDITORIAL<br />

Willi Bruckbauer <strong>–</strong><br />

developer and founder of<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Lüftungstechnik <strong>–</strong><br />

whose idea turned the<br />

kitchen world upside<br />

down in just a few years.<br />

“A revolution in kitchen design…”<br />

This was my plan when I decided to develop a system that extracts vapours<br />

downwards. After all, as a carpenter and kitchen designer, the bulky, noisy and<br />

often overly dominant extractor hoods were as much a thorn in my eye as they were<br />

for the customers who asked me for a better solution. At the time, over a decade<br />

ago now, no such solution had yet be perfected though. As a result, I started to<br />

develop my own extractor, driven by both curiosity and the ambition to make kitchens<br />

a more attractive and enjoyable place. Many days, weeks and months passed before<br />

I finally put pen to paper with a design for an extractor that could optimally extract<br />

vapours downwards. At the time, I never imagined that my idea would turn the<br />

kitchen world upside down to such an extent.<br />

It has been ten years now since I trailed the kitchen fairs with my prototype under<br />

my arm. I couldn’t find any companies that were interested in bringing my product<br />

onto the market. Even the banks rejected my concept as they saw no potential in<br />

it. “Sometimes you have to go it alone”, I ended up thinking to myself. Because I<br />

believed in my idea right from day one! The result was my foundation of <strong>BORA</strong>. Our<br />

focus is on progressive, innovative and solution-oriented technologies that help to<br />

improve people’s quality of life. The perfect kitchens also have to work perfectly.<br />

They have to be easy to clean and quiet, i.e. no annoying noises should distract<br />

people from cooking and enjoying life in the kitchen. As the kitchen is the heart<br />

of the home and meals are lovingly prepared there, the environment should be full<br />

of fresh air rather than lingering cooking odours.<br />

Thanks to our innovation, we have fundamentally changed the design and function<br />

of kitchens. The fact that our company has been so successful is a small revolution<br />

in itself. But it wouldn’t have been possible without our many motivated employees<br />

and forward-thinking kitchen retailers who develop, improve, dispatch, sell and market<br />

our products, gradually creating what we have come to call our <strong>BORA</strong> world today.<br />

We would like to invite you to join in the action. In this magazine, you’ll find<br />

everything you need to know about our Basic, Classic and Professional product<br />

ranges, including planning instructions, application and combination options,<br />

dimensions and technical details. The <strong>BORA</strong> principle is really simple. If you read on,<br />

you’ll soon understand and say: “Yes, of course, that makes sense. That’s why it<br />

works!”<br />

But we want more than that: we’d like to give you an insight into our company and<br />

our philosophy, our worlds of experiences with recipes, books, competitions, kitchen<br />

and architectural topics and the <strong>BORA</strong> Cooking Truck. We are driven and inspired<br />

by the motivation to make our work and the world of kitchens a little better every<br />

day. We want to create products that improve our customers’ lives.<br />

Enjoy browsing our magazine.<br />

Welcome to our world!<br />

Yours,<br />

Willi Bruckbauer<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 3


<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Product<br />

<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Experience<br />

Interview 50<br />

founder Willi ruckbauer speaks to<br />

Professor Peter Zec, Red Dot creator,<br />

about what constitutes good design.<br />

Cycling 56<br />

hansgrohe has enjoyed a successful<br />

season so far. With highs and lows.<br />

recap.<br />

90<br />

10<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0 10<br />

Functional aesthetics, innovative<br />

eectiveness, extradeep dimensions,<br />

best performance winner of the <br />

ed ot award.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 18<br />

he first product to receive the Iconic<br />

ward in .<br />

34<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> principle 8<br />

Innovation not imitation. We come up with<br />

innovative ideas that enrich and improve our<br />

customers’ everyday lives.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic<br />

ouch controls and a design scaled down to<br />

the essentials. lassic versatile and<br />

ecient with maximum installation exibility.<br />

<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic 34<br />

he revolution a cooktop and extractor rolled<br />

into one suitable for any kitchen.<br />

64<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> system 44<br />

verything from a single source for more<br />

uality down to the finest details.<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> advantages 46<br />

ased on innovative ideas, we provide<br />

eective solutions that are carefully<br />

thought out.<br />

4<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

echnology<br />

Vroni Lutz 64<br />

roni utz uickly worked her way up from<br />

an amateur chef to a top pro. portrait of<br />

the hansgrohe team chef.<br />

80<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0 104<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

<br />

Architecture 68<br />

he architecture firm elugan eissl built<br />

a spectacular festival hall close to ’s<br />

head oce.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic 116<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

<br />

104<br />

Trend report<br />

n expert view arbara riedrich on<br />

modern kitchens.<br />

<br />

Recipes 80<br />

ycling star and twotime World hampion<br />

eter agan has joined forces with<br />

ichelinstar chef ndreas enn to share<br />

his favourite recipes.<br />

<br />

Kitchen design 84<br />

mall or long, with a sloping roof or dining<br />

area how to design feelgood kitchens<br />

despite tricky conditions.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Revolution Tour 90<br />

rontrow seats metres in the air<br />

guarantee spectacular views. ust like here<br />

in russels by the famous tomium.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> System<br />

uct system wall sleeves<br />

Exhaust ducting<br />

Fans<br />

ilters silencers<br />

ccessories<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

Exhaust air/recirculation 130<br />

Installation<br />

Warranty<br />

<br />

<br />

Editorial<br />

<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> awards 100<br />

Legal notice 138<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Product<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> principle 8<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0 10<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 18<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic 26<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic 34<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> system 44<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> advantages 46<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 7


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PRINCIPLE<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> principle<br />

Innovation<br />

Innovation not imitation. We come up with innovative<br />

ideas that enrich and improve our customers’<br />

everyday lives. We believe in our vision of ‘the<br />

end of the extractor hood’.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PRINCIPLE<br />

PRODUCT<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> principle <strong>–</strong> or:<br />

physics can be so ingenious.<br />

1<br />

Kitchen vapours rise at a maximum<br />

speed of one metre per second.<br />

2<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor extracts<br />

downward at approx. four metres per second.<br />

3<br />

The higher cross flow suctions away<br />

cooking vapours and odours effectively<br />

and immediately at the cooktop.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> is synonymous with innovation and<br />

creativity in the kitchen. We have<br />

revolutionised the design and function of<br />

kitchens. The <strong>BORA</strong> principle is gaining<br />

increasing ground. We believe in our vision<br />

of ‘the end of the extractor hood’. We offer<br />

more freedom, enhanced functions and<br />

extraordinary design options.<br />

We set the highest quality standards for our<br />

products and services. The fact that our<br />

production sites are based in Germany and<br />

Austria ensures that we fulfil these<br />

commitments. We only use high-quality<br />

materials, such as stainless steel and glass,<br />

and avoid substances that are hazardous to<br />

the environment. We work with excellent<br />

preliminary suppliers including SCHOTT,<br />

E.G.O. and ebm-papst for our motor<br />

technology. This enables us to guarantee<br />

that we only bring top-quality products onto<br />

the market which are good for our customers<br />

and environmentally sustainable.<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> principle is catching on. More and<br />

more manufacturers are realising that our<br />

vision of the end of the extractor hood offers<br />

new kitchen design options and outstanding<br />

customer benefits. We remain focused.<br />

Cooking vapours and odours are no match<br />

for <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> we suction them away precisely<br />

where they arise, i.e. directly at the cooktop.<br />

We extract vapours straight from pots,<br />

roasters, pans or grills by means of physics,<br />

not by magic! We simply use a cross flow<br />

which is greater than the speed at which the<br />

cooking vapours rise.<br />

Advances in patented technology<br />

We work with patents. Our cooktop extractor<br />

systems are so effective and energy efficient<br />

that their performance goes far beyond that<br />

of conventional extractor hoods and modern<br />

interpretations.<br />

We are extremely active in research and<br />

development with 55 international patent<br />

applications currently pending.<br />

Cleanrate <strong>–</strong> or the true measure<br />

of performance<br />

Extractor hoods are assessed according to<br />

DIN EN 61591, which measures the fan power,<br />

volume and grease filtering. <strong>BORA</strong> devised<br />

the cleanrate procedure in order to compare<br />

the performance of different systems<br />

objectively in terms of their ability to<br />

eliminate the unwanted side-effects of<br />

cooking.<br />

The cleanrate refers to the air purity level<br />

while cooking. The higher odour particles<br />

rise, the more they contaminate the air in<br />

the kitchen. Conventional extractor hoods<br />

only extract some of the vapours generated.<br />

In tests, <strong>BORA</strong> achieves a cleanrate of<br />

almost 100% directly at head height <strong>–</strong> a level<br />

that manufacturers of traditional extractor<br />

hoods can only dream of. Cooking with<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> is like cooking in the fresh air.<br />

Constantly improving <strong>–</strong> constantly<br />

progressing<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> is now offering its customers an<br />

extended warranty for every <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop<br />

extractor system. To benefit, simply go to<br />

www.mybora.com and enter the code from<br />

the sticker on the cooktop extractor. This<br />

will automatically extend your warranty by<br />

another year, free of charge. We train our<br />

global retail partners using our in-house<br />

training measures to make sure that our<br />

customers are given top-quality advice. At<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> Training Lab in Raubling, we hold<br />

daily training sessions on installation, advice<br />

and sales to guarantee that our customers<br />

receive the best advice and implementation<br />

on site. Our Planning department helps our<br />

specialist suppliers to implement your<br />

system in the best possible way. <strong>BORA</strong>’s<br />

very own international service team deals<br />

with any problems that can only be resolved<br />

effectively on site, such as a cracked glass<br />

cooktop or a filter replacement.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 9


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional 2.0<br />

The Best of the Best*<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 11


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

Always to the point.<br />

Searing tuna so that it<br />

stays juicy on the inside<br />

is no problem on a<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0 <strong>–</strong> functional<br />

aesthetics, innovative<br />

effectiveness, extra-deep<br />

dimensions, best performance <strong>–</strong><br />

winner of the 2017 Red Dot Award.<br />

Electrical domestic<br />

appliances can be<br />

practically connected<br />

thanks to optimally<br />

positioned sockets.<br />

* <strong>BORA</strong> scooped the ‘Best of the Best’ Red Dot Award<br />

2017 for the Professional 2.0.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

PRODUCT<br />

The new Professional 2.0 is a furtherdeveloped<br />

version of the first <strong>BORA</strong> system.<br />

We retained all of the tried-and-tested<br />

elements <strong>–</strong> such as the extra-deep cooktops,<br />

the knobs and the efficiency of the actual<br />

system <strong>–</strong> and enhanced other aspects with<br />

a view to combining simplicity, functionality<br />

and optimum performance in a single,<br />

electrically controlled system.<br />

The panel of judges of the Red Dot Award<br />

chose <strong>BORA</strong> Professional .0 as the best of<br />

the best systems in 01 before it was even<br />

launched on the market <strong>–</strong> further proof of<br />

the innovativeness and engineering ingenuity<br />

of the new system.<br />

The heart of the Revolution .0 is the user<br />

interface, which now allows the cooktops<br />

and the cooktop extractor to communicate<br />

with one another. This enables us to achieve<br />

optimum user friendliness and outstanding<br />

effectiveness. Everything is made possible<br />

by an intelligent control knob from power<br />

control to the various function programmes<br />

to the temperature indicator in the actual<br />

knob.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional is a complete system.<br />

Cooktops, cooktop extractors, ducts, motors,<br />

filters and wall sleeves are combined in this<br />

electrically controlled system to create a<br />

complete functional solution.<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> Tepan grill<br />

made of pure stainless<br />

steel is big enough to fry<br />

eight steaks at the same<br />

time as well as being<br />

easy to use and clean.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 13


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractors<br />

are so powerful that<br />

perfect results can even<br />

be achieved when cooking<br />

with large, deep pans.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

PRODUCT<br />

With their extra-deep depth of 5 cm, the<br />

cooktops are the deepest modular cooktops<br />

on the market, offering an really large cooking<br />

area. This means two large pans can easily<br />

sit behind one another. rom surface<br />

induction to Tepan and wok cooktops,<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional .0 offers great diversity<br />

and an array of options for setting up the<br />

modular system. It all boils down to how<br />

and with what you prefer cooking.<br />

Thanks to our EC motors, <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional .0 also cooks extremely<br />

quietly and efficiently. To fine-tune the system<br />

even further and offer a 100% functional<br />

guarantee, <strong>BORA</strong> has introduced its very<br />

own Ecotube duct system. Optimally<br />

coordinated products, right down to the<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> box wall sleeve, create an overall<br />

system that meets exacting requirements in<br />

terms of effectiveness, ease of installation<br />

and flexibility. What’s more, <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional .0 is significantly quieter<br />

than conventional extractor hoods. In fact,<br />

its noise level is even drowned out when<br />

frying a steak. The system cuts an impressive<br />

figure in terms of energy efficiency, with an<br />

A rating.<br />

Customers can choose whether to install<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional .0 as a recirculation or<br />

exhaust air system. The new Professional<br />

can essentially be installed as a ‘plug and<br />

play’ compact system with integrated fan<br />

and silencer. This opens up the first<br />

opportunity to install a modular cooktop<br />

extractor system in floating worktops. A<br />

world first. A revolution. With an installation<br />

height of just 199 mm, the system is<br />

practically made for floating worktops.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 15


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0<br />

oers some of the largest<br />

cooktops on the domestic<br />

appliance market. The<br />

bridging function links the<br />

cooktops in such a way<br />

that even large roasters<br />

will fit on them.<br />

Our products not only<br />

enhance people’s<br />

enjoyment of cooking,<br />

but also oer impressive<br />

everyday advantages<br />

in the form of simple<br />

cleaning and<br />

maintenance.<br />

The system can naturally be planned as an<br />

exhaust air version, guiding the air over long<br />

distances to ensure optimum interior design<br />

in the kitchen.<br />

It is remarkably easy to clean, and the cleaning<br />

procedure itself has also been further<br />

improved. The wide extraction opening<br />

leads directly to the removable filter and the<br />

tray with a built-in handle. All parts are<br />

dishwasher-proof so you can keep your<br />

system permanently clean. Even the grease<br />

particle capture rate has been further<br />

optimised to guarantee that the system<br />

performs well in the long term.<br />

The cooktop extractor and cooktops offer<br />

uncompromising quality. igh-quality<br />

materials and attention to detail ensure<br />

excellent functionality and durability.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> products are characterised by pure<br />

stainless steel, heavy-metal-free COTT<br />

glass ceramic and elaborate workmanship.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL 2.0<br />

PRODUCT<br />

PKA/PKAS<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor<br />

PKFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction<br />

PKI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic<br />

PKIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic<br />

glass ceramic cooktop with<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

wok cooktop<br />

2 cooking zones<br />

PKC32<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic<br />

PKC3B<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic<br />

PKCH2<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

3-ring/2-ring<br />

3-ring/roaster<br />

1-ring/2-ring<br />

Technical<br />

information<br />

g Page 10<br />

PKT11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill<br />

with 2 cooking zones<br />

All cooktops measure<br />

0 50 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 17


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional<br />

The icon<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 19


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

RA rofessiona <strong>–</strong> RAs rst<br />

ever prodct and recipient of the<br />

conic Award in 201. he rst<br />

cootop extractor to deiver<br />

otstandin performance.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> started developing cooktop extractor<br />

systems in 2007. <strong>BORA</strong> Professional soon<br />

gained fans and won over consumers in a<br />

small niche of the vapour extraction systems<br />

market. Cooking in the fresh air, without any<br />

annoying noise. An extraction system that is<br />

not only easy to clean but also offers<br />

complete design freedom and a clear view.<br />

The system revolutionised the kitchen<br />

market and changed the design and function<br />

of kitchens. <strong>BORA</strong> Professional.<br />

Since it is easy to combine<br />

both cooking zones of<br />

the surface induction<br />

cooktop, even cooking<br />

with a large roaster is no<br />

longer a problem.<br />

Innovative motor<br />

technology draws away<br />

the vapours where they<br />

are created. It is like<br />

cooking in the fresh air.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

PRODUCT<br />

The solid stainless steel<br />

control knobs appeal to<br />

amateur chefs and<br />

professionals alike.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 21


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

Today, <strong>BORA</strong> Professional is seen as an<br />

original system with character that has set<br />

new standards. Ten years after its market<br />

launch in 2007 it has already become one of<br />

our classics. Just like the further-developed<br />

version Professional 2.0, the Professional<br />

system also boasts a large range of<br />

cooktops with extra-deep dimensions and<br />

outstanding performance. It also offers<br />

plenty of space to cook with two large pans<br />

placed directly behind one another. The Tepan<br />

grill is big enough to fry eight steaks at the<br />

same time or up to 8 kg of meat in one go.<br />

Depending on your personal preference, you<br />

can opt for the sleek look of flush-mounted<br />

installation or the raised look of the surfacemounted<br />

version. Whether you prefer kitchen<br />

counters or an island, exhaust air or<br />

recirculation, <strong>BORA</strong> Professional works<br />

perfectly for every kitchen configuration.<br />

Every room layout is planned individually.<br />

If you opt for an exhaust system, the cooking<br />

vapours are transported to the external wall.<br />

Our powerful fans draw cooking vapours<br />

and odours out of the kitchen efficiently.<br />

One fan generates an exhaust performance<br />

of up to 6 metres; for longer stretches, a<br />

second fan can also be used as a simple and<br />

effective solution. To eliminate odours in the<br />

recirculation system, you can either use the<br />

compact ULB1 or, if you have more space,<br />

the larger LB activated charcoal filter<br />

system that only has to be serviced every<br />

other year. In 2016, <strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

received the Iconic Award from the German<br />

Design Council <strong>–</strong> an initiative of the German<br />

Bundestag founded in 1953 <strong>–</strong> which is<br />

awarded for the design and function of the<br />

best of the best systems. <strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

has created the market for cooktop extractor<br />

systems and sent out a signal for innovation<br />

and design in a whole new environment.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

PRODUCT<br />

You can cook up to 8 kg<br />

of meat in one go on the<br />

powerful Tepan stainless<br />

steel grill.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> MAGAZINE 23


PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

Whether you’re cooking<br />

meat, fish or sweet<br />

dishes, <strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

always extracts vapours<br />

eectively.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

PRODUCT<br />

PL540E<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor<br />

PFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction<br />

PIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic<br />

PC32<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic<br />

glass ceramic cooktop with<br />

wok cooktop<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

2 cooking zones<br />

3-ring/2-ring<br />

PC3B<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic<br />

PCH2<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic<br />

PT11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

with 2 cooking zones<br />

3-ring/roaster<br />

1-ring/2-ring<br />

All cooktops measure<br />

370 × 540 mm<br />

Technical<br />

information<br />

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The <strong>BORA</strong> Professional is expected<br />

to be available until the end of<br />

September 2017<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> CLASSIC<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic<br />

Innovation down to the last detail<br />

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Touch control and<br />

a focus on the bare essentials.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic: versatile<br />

and ecient with maximm<br />

instaation exibiit.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic won the Red Dot<br />

Award for Product Design. This highlights<br />

<strong>BORA</strong>’s outstanding sense of innovation<br />

and the functionality of the product, which<br />

combines attractive aesthetics with a<br />

minimalistic design.<br />

On a smaller scale than <strong>BORA</strong> Professional,<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic can make your cooking and<br />

kitchen dreams come true in perfectly<br />

designed rooms. There’s no annoying hood<br />

to spoil the appearance of your kitchen, yet<br />

you still have an ideal solution for extracting<br />

cooking vapours thanks to the <strong>BORA</strong> principle.<br />

Regardless of whether your kitchen is made<br />

of a combination of steel, glass, wood or<br />

stone, the streamlined design of <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Classic blends into any surroundings.<br />

The innovative ventilation technology is sure<br />

to attract everyone’s attention when the<br />

device is turned on and cooking vapours<br />

and odours are drawn downwards as if by<br />

magic. <strong>BORA</strong> Classic offers the latest motor<br />

technology and an energy efficiency rating<br />

of A++.<br />

You can choose from a range of cooktops<br />

that can all be combined with one another,<br />

including surface induction, wok, gas, Tepan<br />

and classic Hyper glass ceramic cooktops.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic:<br />

sleek, slimline design<br />

combined with<br />

powerful extraction<br />

technology.<br />

Cooking with <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Classic is like frying<br />

meat in the fresh air.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> CLASSIC<br />

Even the strong-smelling<br />

cooking vapours<br />

when frying fish are<br />

drawn downwards<br />

simply and eectively.<br />

Sleek elegance:<br />

the intuitive touchscreen<br />

operating panel only<br />

becomes visible when<br />

switched on.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic is controlled using an intuitive<br />

touchscreen operating panel that only<br />

becomes visible when it is switched on.<br />

As such, our Classic system is ideal for<br />

minimalist kitchens.<br />

The cooktop extractor comprises two identical,<br />

polished stainless steel cover plates that<br />

can either be set aside during cooking or<br />

used as an air bae when operating the gas<br />

cooktop. Alternatively, <strong>BORA</strong> offers an inlet<br />

grille, also made out of extensively polished<br />

stainless steel, which simply stays on the<br />

cooktop extractor while cooking and is only<br />

removed to be cleaned in the dishwasher.<br />

The choice is yours <strong>–</strong> your taste is the<br />

decisive factor, not only when cooking.<br />

With our <strong>BORA</strong> Classic system you can<br />

again choose between exhaust air and<br />

recirculation models as well as flush installation<br />

and surface mounting. Cooktops measuring<br />

0 515 mm can be fitted into any<br />

worktop and therefore be used flexibly<br />

in kitchen islands or kitchen counters.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

The following options<br />

are available with <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Classic: surface induction<br />

or glass ceramic<br />

cooktops, gas or the<br />

powerful Tepan stainless<br />

steel grill.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> CLASSIC<br />

Cooking with<br />

deep pans is<br />

no problem for<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

CKASE<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor system<br />

CFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction<br />

CI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic<br />

CIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction<br />

glass ceramic cooktop with<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

glass ceramic wok cooktop<br />

2 cooking zones<br />

CKAEG<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> inlet grille<br />

CCH1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic<br />

CG11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> gas glass ceramic<br />

CT1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

All cooktops measure<br />

340 × 515 mm<br />

Technical<br />

information<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> BASIC<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

The revolution: cooktop<br />

and extractor rolled into one <strong>–</strong><br />

suitable for any kitchen<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> BASIC<br />

RA asic <strong>–</strong> different prodcts<br />

for different sers. ptimised<br />

to meet the demands of modern<br />

itchen pannin.<br />

A strong pair: we have combined a highperformance<br />

cooktop and an effective<br />

extractor to create an attractive unit. With its<br />

unconventional design and intuitive power<br />

electronics, <strong>BORA</strong> Basic makes you want to<br />

experience kitchens in a whole new way.<br />

arious sizes and functions offer alternatives<br />

for every kitchen, depending on the dimensions<br />

and layout of the room. <strong>BORA</strong> Basic is an<br />

all-rounder offering bigger, more attractive<br />

cooking zones, quieter operation, easy<br />

cleaning and optimum interior design <strong>–</strong> with<br />

the added advantage of great space-saving<br />

options for smaller kitchens.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

Everything under control<br />

with the innovative,<br />

central touch round<br />

slider operating panel.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic <strong>–</strong> the<br />

all-rounder for every<br />

kitchen, whether big<br />

or small.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic <strong>–</strong> the perfect introduction to<br />

high-end kitchen culture and design. Enjoy<br />

fresh air while you are cooking and regain<br />

freedom in shaping your kitchen. The <strong>BORA</strong><br />

design with its timeless appearance and<br />

functional material quality offers a discreet<br />

highlight in your kitchen, based on the<br />

excellent performance of the actual product.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> has fundamentally changed the design<br />

and function of kitchens, turning them into<br />

cooking and living areas and providing an<br />

attractive stage for modern kitchen design.<br />

Different products for different users<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> Basic surface induction<br />

cooktop with integrated extractor boasts<br />

an innovative touch control concept that<br />

has recently been revised and further<br />

optimised. Thanks to the touch-operated<br />

round slider, you have a direct view of all<br />

cooking zones and the round extractor and<br />

can operate a large cooktop measuring<br />

830 x 515 mm. The cooking zones have also<br />

been further enlarged to now offer 0 <strong>–</strong> 50%<br />

more cooking area than similar systems,<br />

making them ideal for even small kitchens.<br />

Two large pots or pans can sit behind one<br />

another on the <strong>BORA</strong> surface induction<br />

cooktop.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> BASIC<br />

Customers with even less kitchen space can<br />

opt for the <strong>BORA</strong> Basic version measuring just<br />

760 x 515 mm. The cooktop of this slightly<br />

smaller version still offers all the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

advantages, i.e. it is efficient and quiet just<br />

like all of the other systems.<br />

Various cooktop options are available, from<br />

the induction and Hyper glass ceramic<br />

version to the energy-efficient surface<br />

induction glass ceramic cooktop. We have<br />

the right product for every customer,<br />

depending on their personal requirements<br />

and wishes.<br />

For example, customers get to choose<br />

between <strong>BORA</strong> Basic in a flush-mounted or<br />

surface-mounted version. The brushed<br />

stainless steel cooktop frame offers extra<br />

protection for surface-mounted cooktops,<br />

particularly in smaller kitchens where work<br />

space is restricted.<br />

Exhaust air or recirculation? Once again, the<br />

decision is yours. Storage space is often in<br />

great demand, especially in smaller kitchens,<br />

and can be further optimised by selecting a<br />

recirculation system. You don’t have to<br />

forgo any wall units because of an extractor<br />

hood, and <strong>BORA</strong> Basic hardly takes up any<br />

space in the floor unit. The air is filtered and<br />

cleaned by the activated charcoal filter, then<br />

returned to the room through an opening in<br />

the floor unit. imple and quiet.<br />

Flush installation,<br />

surface mounting or<br />

a classic stainless<br />

steel cooktop frame <strong>–</strong><br />

the choice is yours.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

The multi-layered grease<br />

filter made of stainless<br />

steel wire mesh is<br />

hardwearing, ecient<br />

and dishwasher safe.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> BASIC<br />

asic oers enough<br />

space for two large pans<br />

to be placed behind one<br />

another or even a roaster.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

BFIA/BFIU 830 × 515 × 198 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones<br />

and integrated cooktop extractor<br />

BIA/BIU 760 × 515 × 196 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones<br />

and integrated cooktop extractor<br />

Technical<br />

information<br />

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BHA/BHU 760 × 515 × 196 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones<br />

and integrated cooktop extractor<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> BASIC<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

Maximum room<br />

for creativity<br />

The perfect introduction to high-end kitchen culture<br />

and design: <strong>BORA</strong> Basic optimally combines a<br />

powerful cooktop with a highly eective extractor.<br />

arious sizes and functions oer the ideal solution<br />

for rooms of all dimensions. he highlight of this all<br />

rounder is the huge cooking zone. wo large pots<br />

or pans can sit behind one another on the surface<br />

induction cooktop, enabling professional standards<br />

in even smaller kitchens with asic.<br />

Thanks to the huge<br />

cooking zone, two large<br />

pots or pans can sit<br />

behind one another on<br />

the surface induction<br />

cooktop.<br />

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PRO PRODUCT<br />

Large cooking zone<br />

Plenty of room and scope for<br />

professional cooking<br />

Ample storage space<br />

The cooktop extractor provides<br />

room for kitchen accessories<br />

Simple cleaning<br />

The movable parts are all<br />

dishwasher safe<br />

The large dimensions of the cooking zone is<br />

one of the impressive qualities offered by<br />

this system. The position of the innovative<br />

touch operating panels eliminates all<br />

boundaries when cooking, even with<br />

slightly smaller <strong>BORA</strong> Basic versions.<br />

The distance between the operating panels<br />

has been designed to enable optimum use<br />

of the space offered by the yper glass<br />

ceramic or energy-saving surface induction<br />

glass ceramic cooktop. In smaller kitchens,<br />

a stainless steel cooktop frame can be used<br />

to protect surface-mounted cooktops.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic enables you to make the most<br />

of the space in your kitchen. Thanks to the<br />

design freedom offered by the cooktop<br />

extractor, you can perfectly adapt your<br />

kitchen to any floor plan <strong>–</strong> without losing<br />

valuable space to an extractor hood, which<br />

you could better use for wall units. ou even<br />

retain most of the space in the floor unit<br />

too. torage space is often in great demand<br />

in smaller kitchens and can be optimised<br />

through the use of either an exhaust system<br />

or a recirculation system.<br />

Like all <strong>BORA</strong> systems, <strong>BORA</strong> Basic impresses<br />

with outstanding everyday advantages. This<br />

is particularly evident when it comes to its<br />

service-friendly cleaning. All movable parts,<br />

including the multi-layered grease filter<br />

made of stainless steel wire mesh, can be<br />

easily detached by hand alone, without any<br />

need for tools. These can then be quickly<br />

and easily cleaned in a dishwasher. The flush<br />

design of the cooking zone also means that<br />

there are no nooks or crannies for dirt to<br />

hide in.<br />

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ø 24 cm<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

A perfect combination of<br />

award-winning design,<br />

high-quality materials and<br />

innovative technology.<br />

A complete system<br />

with the assurance<br />

that everything is from a single<br />

source — for more quality down<br />

to the finest details<br />

To ensure that <strong>BORA</strong> systems<br />

can be seamlessly installed, we<br />

offer o parts that can be sed<br />

universally to enable optimal<br />

performance down to the<br />

smallest detail. We also see it as<br />

our duty to always think ahead<br />

and constantly improve.<br />

The best proof of <strong>BORA</strong>’s outstanding sense<br />

of innovation and independence is our<br />

specially developed duct system featuring<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube and the <strong>BORA</strong> 3box wall<br />

sleeve. Now, a system is available that<br />

perfectly meets the high standards required<br />

with regard to effectiveness, ease of<br />

installation and flexibility.<br />

If you use only <strong>BORA</strong> components in your<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> system we grant you a 100% functional<br />

guarantee so that you can benefit from optimum<br />

performance, effectiveness and quietness.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube and <strong>BORA</strong> 3box <strong>–</strong> an air duct<br />

system for every challenge. Regardless of<br />

where you install your air duct, on the kitchen<br />

floor or along the cellar ceiling, the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Ecotube offers optimum functionality and<br />

promises uncompromising performance.<br />

Compared to conventional duct systems,<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube boasts considerable<br />

advantages, e.g. 20% less pressure loss<br />

thanks to optimised flow and smooth<br />

surfaces, a unique sealing concept and easy<br />

installation. The <strong>BORA</strong> 3box wall sleeve<br />

rounds off the extraction system perfectly<br />

as it boasts excellent heat insulation<br />

properties, watertightness (even against<br />

driving rain) and extremely low pressure<br />

resistance. All of the materials used naturally<br />

meet the requirements of fire protection<br />

class V0 and material class B1.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> is a system provider and specialist.<br />

We focus exclusively on cooktops and<br />

cooktop extractor systems. We see our<br />

solutions as systems and we think in terms<br />

of systems. We start with the cooktop,<br />

which is perfectly tailored to the cooktop<br />

extractor, then we combine both elements to<br />

begin our planning process. The ducts,<br />

motors, filters and even the wall sleeves are<br />

all part of the same application. We also<br />

deal with all of your cooking and ventilation<br />

requirements, from the extractor right down<br />

to the wall sleeve.<br />

Our air purification boxes take health issues<br />

into account and are part of our day-to-day<br />

responsibility.<br />

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information<br />

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ADVANTAGES<br />

The key<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> advantages<br />

These advantages are key traits of all <strong>BORA</strong> products<br />

— from Basic to Professional. <strong>BORA</strong> stands for<br />

outstanding quality and premium materials. Based on<br />

innovative ideas, we provide eective solutions that are<br />

carefully thought out down to the last detail. Highperformance<br />

ventilation technology made by <strong>BORA</strong><br />

is perfect for anyone who appreciates streamlined,<br />

minimalistic design and trendsetting technology.<br />

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PRODUCT<br />

Fresh air<br />

Cooking while surrounded by<br />

fresh air<br />

Quiet operation<br />

ignificantly uieter than<br />

conventional extractor hoods<br />

Simple cleaning<br />

Why make things dicult when<br />

there is an easy option?<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> draws off odours and grease particles<br />

directly from the cookware. This prevents<br />

cooking vapours from rising up and spreading<br />

annoyingly throughout the whole room. The<br />

grease particles released during cooking are<br />

effectively trapped in the stainless steel<br />

grease filter. It’s like cooking in the fresh air.<br />

Conventional extractor hoods blast out<br />

around 0 decibels A directly at head<br />

height. <strong>BORA</strong>, on the other hand, is quieter<br />

than frying a steak, even when set to the<br />

highest level. This is possible thanks to the<br />

sophisticated technology with quiet motors,<br />

perfect decoupling and installation of the<br />

products in the kitchen plinth.<br />

Cleaning conventional extractor hoods is<br />

laborious and time-consuming. In contrast,<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> products impress with outstanding<br />

everyday advantages, including when it<br />

comes to cleaning and maintenance.<br />

All movable parts can be easily dismantled<br />

without any tools and cleaned in the<br />

dishwasher.<br />

ffectiveness<br />

A focus on the bare essentials<br />

Best materials<br />

High functionality and long<br />

service life<br />

Design freedom<br />

Setting the standard for modern<br />

kitchen design<br />

Conventional extractor hoods work extremely<br />

hard for a comparatively limited result.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractors are a smart and<br />

highly effective solution. The best evidence<br />

of this is the 100% cleanrate at head height.<br />

This is because the intelligently used flow<br />

speed and innovative motor technology guide<br />

vapours directly to their destination.<br />

igh-quality materials which ensure an<br />

excellent degree of functionality and a long<br />

service life are united in a premium system<br />

with no compromises. We set design<br />

standards by using pure stainless steel and<br />

heavy-metal-free glass ceramic.<br />

We promise that cooking with <strong>BORA</strong> will<br />

offer long-lasting delight.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> opens up a whole new range of<br />

kitchen design options. irtually everything<br />

is possible cooking by the window or under<br />

eaves, cooker islands with no annoying<br />

hoods, more room for top cupboards in<br />

small kitchens, seamless minimalism...<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> sets the standard for modern kitchen<br />

aesthetics.<br />

Clear view<br />

No annoying head-height extractor<br />

hoods<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> means freedom from the constraints<br />

of conventional extractor hoods. No edges or<br />

corners at head height. No stooped stance.<br />

No steam to block your view or cloud up<br />

your glasses. No restriction on visibility.<br />

Thanks to <strong>BORA</strong>, chefs are not trapped on<br />

their own but can interact with guests.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Experience<br />

Interview 50<br />

Cycling 56<br />

Vroni Lutz 64<br />

Architecture 68<br />

Trend report 72<br />

Peter Sagan recipes 80<br />

Kitchen design 84<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Revolution Tour 90<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> awards 100<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

INTERVIEW<br />

GOOD DESIGN<br />

Text<br />

KLAUDIA MEINERT<br />

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INTERVIEW<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

always takes<br />

courage<br />

An interview with<br />

Willi Bruckbauer and<br />

Professor Peter Zec<br />

about award-winning<br />

design and life in the<br />

most important room in<br />

the home: the kitchen<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

INTERVIEW<br />

“Design is<br />

about permanent<br />

change and<br />

development.”<br />

PROFESSOR PETER ZEC<br />

Professor Zec, you are President of the<br />

Design Zentrum NRW (North Rhine-<br />

Westphalia Design Centre) and an organiser<br />

of the Red Dot Award, one of the most<br />

prestigious international design awards.<br />

How many products applied for the<br />

Red Dot Award: Product Design in 2017?<br />

Peter Zec: This year, we received entries<br />

from more than 5,500 new products. That’s<br />

a record high for us. Manufacturers and<br />

designers from 54 nations decided to enter.<br />

These include traditionally design-strong<br />

countries such as Germany, the USA and<br />

Taiwan, but we are also increasingly<br />

receiving entries from newcomer countries<br />

such as Estonia and Lebanon. We are<br />

furthermore recording growing numbers<br />

of entries from China.<br />

Is it primarily large, global industrial<br />

companies that endeavour to win awards<br />

for their products?<br />

Peter Zec: Participating in competitions like<br />

the Red Dot Design Award is an absolute<br />

must for global brands and big names in the<br />

design world. This is because a Red Dot<br />

Award is an external evaluation of their<br />

work. A further important benefit is that of<br />

market distinction, as consumers see the<br />

Red Dot label as a seal of quality. It may<br />

initially seem that larger companies and<br />

global players are better positioned than<br />

medium-sized businesses to enter the<br />

competition regularly and with multiple<br />

products as they have more resources.<br />

However, quantity is no guarantee of an<br />

award. Company structure and size play<br />

no part in this. What counts for the judges<br />

is the excellence of the design performance.<br />

Even in the case of small and medium-sized<br />

enterprises, good design has long since<br />

established itself as the key to a successful<br />

company policy.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: This is also true at <strong>BORA</strong>.<br />

And has been since day one. We are not<br />

only committed to being at the top of our<br />

game with regard to quality, marketing and<br />

pricing policy; design is a central part of<br />

our company, but also a matter of the heart.<br />

We want to make the world of kitchens a<br />

more attractive place, and naturally have to<br />

look good to do this.<br />

Peter Zec: And you have now proven this<br />

too. The new <strong>BORA</strong> Professional has been<br />

named among the winners of the ‘Best of<br />

the Best 2017’ category.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: Yes, and this is<br />

something we are extremely proud of! I can<br />

say with all modesty that we are in the<br />

fortunate position of being able to receive<br />

one or another award. But to receive the<br />

Red Dot Award for a brand new product<br />

that had only been on the market for a few<br />

of months says something about the strong<br />

level of innovation behind this development.<br />

We feel extremely honoured to have been<br />

accepted into the top echelons of the<br />

design world.<br />

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What is it that makes companies with<br />

ste-denin prodcts sccessf<br />

Peter Zec: Successful design is not<br />

predictable. Design is all about using<br />

opportunities in a targeted manner: you<br />

have to be able to identify the chances and<br />

potential promised by the design. To do<br />

this, you need creative minds who are<br />

sensitive to both technical and cultural<br />

developments and come up with crucial<br />

ideas. Style-shaping companies that have<br />

recognised the economic potential of design<br />

then give these ideas room to develop.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: Although design is<br />

something that is firmly embedded in our<br />

company’s DNA, for us, it is not about being<br />

known as ‘style defining’. At the same time,<br />

interchangeability in design is naturally a<br />

complete no-go for us; this would in no way<br />

meet our aspirations. It is our ambition to<br />

want to create something special and always<br />

remain one step ahead. This can sometimes<br />

be a balancing act: to be and remain<br />

successful, you have to act quickly in the<br />

market, drive innovations and set trends.<br />

However, you also have to give things time<br />

to mature and need to be sensitive. After all,<br />

we work on the basis that our products are<br />

thoroughly and prudently tested<br />

developments that will pass the scrutiny of<br />

the target group. In this regard, the market<br />

is a good yet also tough gauge of our<br />

endeavours. How is a product received?<br />

Nowadays, consumers are extremely<br />

knowledgeable and discerning. We take this<br />

very seriously. And this applies to both end<br />

customers and our important distribution<br />

partners, who question what we do in an<br />

honest and critical manner and give us<br />

constant feedback. This has an extremely<br />

constructive effect for us.<br />

Is there any such thing as a guarantee of<br />

success or timeless basic principles that<br />

characterise good and successful design?<br />

Peter Zec: First and foremost, design has<br />

to work. If it doesn’t work, it can’t be used.<br />

This is the basic property that has to be<br />

met by a well-designed product. Designers<br />

also have to ensure that a product impresses<br />

people when used. Its shape and appearance<br />

also need to appeal to consumers. Good<br />

design goes hand in hand with the aim of<br />

constantly improving people’s quality of<br />

life. Design is about permanent change and<br />

development. No designer would question<br />

the purpose of a chair, but they would look<br />

at new seating habits or aspects relating to<br />

materials and design language.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: I completely agree.<br />

Another important factor is that good<br />

design has to have the courage to radically<br />

question and change the long-standing<br />

norm. If <strong>BORA</strong> hadn’t done this, it would<br />

never have been successful. In terms of my<br />

development, my primary focus was<br />

naturally on its function: I wanted to<br />

develop an extractor that was more effective<br />

than conventional ones. Of course, the design,<br />

the ‘dress’ quasi, had to be alluring, if<br />

that’s an adjective you can use for a technical<br />

product. My primary aim was to further<br />

enhance the kitchen as a kind of oasis and<br />

make our homes a better place. This same<br />

aim still drives my corporate mindset today.<br />

After all, the wheel keeps turning and you<br />

have to stay abreast of the times. And this<br />

includes in relation to the design of products.<br />

There is always a kind of zeitgeist.<br />

Peter Zec: Zeitgeist is a great way to put it.<br />

I believe it’s possible to identify several<br />

product design trends. During materials<br />

research and product design, people are<br />

trying to imitate organic and natural<br />

processes. Furthermore, a growing number<br />

of designers focus on robotics-related<br />

questions. Automatic devices with artificial<br />

intelligence already play a major role in<br />

everyday life.<br />

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INTERVIEW<br />

“Design is a central part<br />

of our company, but also<br />

a matter of the heart.”<br />

WILLI BRUCKBAUER<br />

And what do you regard as the key trends<br />

in the kitchen sector right now?<br />

Peter Zec: Many people regard the kitchen<br />

as the centre of their home and a kind of<br />

status symbol. Open-plan kitchens not only<br />

provide places for people to cook, but also<br />

to live. As such, kitchens have to meet<br />

customised requirements to a tee. When<br />

furnishing kitchens, as much attention is<br />

paid to high-quality materials as to energy<br />

efficiency and new solutions such as<br />

downdraft extractors integrated into the<br />

cooktop. ‘Smart’ kitchen appliances such<br />

as refrigerators and ovens are also<br />

increasingly establishing themselves.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: If I may interject here...<br />

The Bavarian television company<br />

‘BR Fernsehen’ recently came to visit us in<br />

Raubling and filmed a programme about<br />

the ‘Kitchen as an altar’. It was about<br />

exceptionally high-quality kitchens, which,<br />

as you’d expect, were far more expensive<br />

than your conventional kitchen. We have<br />

clearly noticed that there are huge numbers<br />

of these now. It may therefore be true that<br />

the kitchen has overtaken the car as a<br />

status symbol. However, the TV programme,<br />

which showed <strong>BORA</strong> products installed in<br />

the kitchens, took things even further.<br />

Namely: the kitchen is a place that can<br />

emanate an almost reverent, sacral feel as<br />

a result of its character and its extraordinary<br />

design and furnishings. That’s the theory<br />

anyway. And in reality, our planners see<br />

this approach reflected in customers’<br />

wishes. They want products that can be<br />

incorporated into their kitchen in a subtle,<br />

refined and unobtrusive manner, but with a<br />

touch of uniqueness. And <strong>BORA</strong> seems to<br />

have made a name for itself on the market<br />

in this regard. However, this is only our<br />

intention to a superficial extent. Aside from<br />

all the beauty, elegance and extravagance,<br />

the kitchen can and must always remain a<br />

place for the family, somewhere to socialise<br />

and part of real life. A hearth at which<br />

everyone can warm themselves.<br />

Peter Zec: I’d like to add something else<br />

too: the perfect combination of aesthetics,<br />

technology and practical use plays a major<br />

role in kitchen design. ‘Made in Germany’<br />

therefore has a special appeal because it is<br />

associated with excellent product quality,<br />

which is particularly sought-after in the<br />

kitchen sector as kitchen furnishings and<br />

appliances are usually things that you buy<br />

to last.<br />

Let’s take a brief look further down the<br />

line. What basic innovations can we expect<br />

to nd in the itchens of the ftre<br />

Peter Zec: It’s impossible to give a general<br />

answer that is valid across all product<br />

categories. However, I believe that kitchens<br />

will be increasingly characterised by<br />

automated appliances with sophisticated<br />

voice and analysis functions. Digital<br />

assistants will be increasingly integrated<br />

into products. Even today, ovens have<br />

built-in sensor technology and many<br />

kitchen appliances can be controlled using<br />

apps on mobile end devices such as tablets<br />

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or smartphones. Robotics and computer<br />

and information technologies will in all<br />

events play important roles, especially as<br />

there will be exciting symbioses with other<br />

products. Simply think about how many<br />

individual devices the smartphone already<br />

combines today. Focus will also have to be<br />

placed on social and environmental matters.<br />

Despite all the technical possibilities the<br />

future will offer, it is extremely important<br />

for designers to retain their focus on<br />

people. This particularly applies when<br />

appliances are ever more frequently<br />

characterised by highly complex internal<br />

processes yet external minimalism and<br />

simplicity. A balanced mix of modern<br />

technology and emotional needs is a<br />

particularly important design element <strong>–</strong><br />

including in the kitchen sector.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: I completely agree. The<br />

kitchen market is developing at an incredible<br />

pace. Who knows what currently unimaginable<br />

things will be regarded as the norm in ten<br />

years’ time? The best example of this can<br />

be provided by looking to the past. We said<br />

that we wanted to revolutionise kitchens.<br />

Vapours should be extracted downwards,<br />

not float up into the nostrils. uch a simple<br />

principle, yet no-one initially wanted to join<br />

us in our pursuit of it. Today, however, our<br />

extractors have become the norm; it has<br />

taken less than a decade for the principle<br />

to take off. As you can see, it’s the<br />

seemingly simple, the easy to explain that<br />

ultimately impresses. Our products<br />

naturally incorporate sophisticated<br />

technology and we work hard to develop<br />

innovations, but we don‘t plan to create<br />

extractors that you can simultaneously pair<br />

with your telephone, garage door, television,<br />

window blinds, burglar alarm and possibly<br />

even your electric lawnmower. To put it<br />

simply, what I’m trying to say is that<br />

regardless of all the possibilities, when<br />

working on our future developments, our<br />

primary focus will still be on people. And in<br />

addition to all the theoretical possibilities,<br />

people like our products to be impressively<br />

effective and simple to use. After all, the<br />

kitchen isn’t a research laboratory for<br />

tech-savvy chefs who use high-tech<br />

gadgets rather than vegetables, but a place<br />

of enjoyment, pleasure and sensuality.<br />

Despite all the sophisticated technology,<br />

which is actually already found in <strong>BORA</strong><br />

products, all of our new developments are<br />

therefore based on the notion: keep it<br />

simple and intuitive.<br />

That leads me to a question: do kitchens<br />

and cooking play much of a role in your<br />

private life?<br />

Peter Zec: As a passionate amateur chef<br />

and co-owner of a Michelin-star restaurant<br />

in Berlin, I love to cook high-quality dishes<br />

in my own time. I had a clean and compelling<br />

stainless steel professional kitchen with a<br />

customised design built for me in Italy,<br />

which would fulfil the needs of any<br />

Michelin-star chef. In terms of food, I love<br />

the variety offered by Asian cuisine, which<br />

uses lots of fresh ingredients. I’m also a<br />

great fan of Mediterranean dishes. I enjoy<br />

classics like antipasti or tortellini as much<br />

as I do a perfectly cooked steak. I also<br />

appreciate the great importance of<br />

spending time with others while eating and<br />

the sociable side of meals.<br />

Do you think about good design when<br />

serving food?<br />

Peter Zec: In a word: yes! As with a<br />

product, allure plays a great role in the<br />

enjoyment of food: meals have to look<br />

appetising.<br />

Willi Bruckbauer: For me, the way things<br />

look is very important. There’s no doubt<br />

about it. But what comes first for me is the<br />

process of actually going shopping. I pay<br />

careful attention to buying good food of<br />

high quality. I come for Rosenheim and<br />

check that products have been sourced<br />

regionally wherever possible. As a Bavarian,<br />

I naturally also like to sit in a beer garden<br />

with a beer and pretzels. owever, I find it<br />

far more important to cook at home,<br />

especially with my family. I love teaching<br />

our youngest children the value of a good<br />

diet. I should probably mention that I do<br />

this in the company too. We’ve established<br />

a voluntary staff cooking event with a simple<br />

rule: I’ll gladly foot the bill providing whatever<br />

is served is healthy. I’m not some kind of<br />

missionary but when you’re passionate<br />

about cooking and your work in the kitchen<br />

sector, this is important. I also believe that<br />

good food keeps you healthy. To return to a<br />

term we used earlier, this isn’t then a<br />

zeitgeist, but simply about keeping things<br />

tasty and reasonable. This isn’t a<br />

combination that can be taken for granted.<br />

Mr Bruckbauer, Professor Zec: from<br />

design to technology to cooking <strong>–</strong><br />

thank you for the interview.<br />

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CHAMPIONS<br />

Photos<br />

HANSI HECKMAIR, BRIAN HODES,<br />

RALPH SCHERZER, MARIO STIEHL<br />

Text<br />

OLE ZIMMER<br />

One-two for <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong><br />

hansgrohe: Marcus<br />

Burghardt secured the<br />

title of German Champion<br />

2017 in Chemnitz with<br />

Emanuel Buchmann in<br />

second place.<br />

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CYCLING<br />

Over the last two years, <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong><br />

hansgrohe has become one of<br />

the strongest UCI WorldTour<br />

teams. And its rise to glory is<br />

continuing in 2017: with<br />

22 victories, this is already<br />

the most successful season<br />

in the team’s history.<br />

It all began in Utrecht in early July 2015.<br />

The professionals in the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> ARGON 18<br />

team stood at the team presentation before<br />

the start of the Tour de France almost a little<br />

shy and visibly awestruck by the major<br />

event. It was thanks to a wild card, an<br />

invitation from the Tour organiser, that the<br />

Upper Bavarian team was even at the start.<br />

It put on a respectable performance but<br />

could not yet play a major role.<br />

Those times are a thing of the past.<br />

This season, the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe team is<br />

making its presence felt during the UCI<br />

WorldTour, the big league so to speak. This<br />

is not only due to the two-time World<br />

Champion Peter Sagan, who has hugely<br />

strengthened the team, but to Team Manager<br />

Ralph Denk having put together an overall<br />

strong team. “There’s simply no comparison<br />

between our current team and the one from<br />

two years back”, says Emanuel Buchmann<br />

for example. Everything has got bigger,<br />

faster and more professional.<br />

The same applies to Buchmann himself.<br />

At the start of June, the 24-year old from<br />

Ravensburg came seventh at the Critérium<br />

du Dauphiné, showing just why he is regarded<br />

as the greatest German Tour hope for years.<br />

Not only did he receive the trophy for the<br />

best young professional, he also refused to<br />

let the top favourites drop him in the<br />

mountains and crossed the finish line<br />

with the best of the best.<br />

“If we enter a team in the WorldTour, then it<br />

will be a good one”, Team Manager Ralph<br />

Denk had always promised. And so, the<br />

A great show and a<br />

great sport: World<br />

Champion Peter Sagan<br />

before the Tour of<br />

Flanders in Antwerp.<br />

A strong team:<br />

Coach Patxi Vila<br />

wishes Christoph<br />

fingsten luck<br />

before the Tour<br />

of Flanders.<br />

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2017 <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe team is a strong<br />

mix of all-rounders, sprinters and climbers.<br />

Slovak cyclist and superstar Peter Sagan<br />

recorded the first win of the season at the<br />

classic Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne in February<br />

before continuing his success at the<br />

legendary Tirreno-Adriatico in March where<br />

he won not one but two stages. One week<br />

earlier, the Irish cyclist Sam Bennett won<br />

the third stage of the Paris-Nice.<br />

The Giro d’Italia then started with a bit of a<br />

stir: Lukas Pöstlberger took the stage one<br />

victory in Olbia and therefore the pink jersey.<br />

The 25-year-old Austrian thwarted the<br />

sprinters by creating a gap two kilometres<br />

before the finish.<br />

At the Tour of Canada in May, climber Rafal<br />

Majka found himself in the spotlight for the<br />

first time. The Polish Champion won his first<br />

stage victory in <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe colours<br />

on the tough stage two from Modesto to<br />

San Jose. The next day, the World Champion<br />

won again: Peter Sagan outgunned his rivals<br />

during the sprint in Morro Bay.<br />

The domestique turns<br />

champion: Marcus<br />

Burghardt and his<br />

daughters enjoy the<br />

German Championship<br />

winners’ ceremony in<br />

Chemnitz.<br />

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Dynamic duo:<br />

Cesare Benedetti in the blue<br />

climber’s jersey (left) and<br />

ukas stlberger in the<br />

pink leader’s jersey before<br />

stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia.<br />

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he breakaway ukas<br />

stlberger crushed the<br />

competition to win stage<br />

1 of the Giro d’Italia 2017.<br />

Champagne shower:<br />

ukas stlberger<br />

celebrates his Giro<br />

stage win on the podium<br />

in Olbia.<br />

Conciliatory end to a<br />

tough Tour: Maciej<br />

Bodnar wins stage 20,<br />

the time trial in Marseilles.<br />

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“Peter isn’t a diva; he never<br />

acts like a celebrity.<br />

RALPH DENK<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe Team Manager<br />

Smiles in Paris: the<br />

team celebrates on the<br />

Champs-Élysées.<br />

Even at this stage of the season we could<br />

fairly conclude that we had got a lot right; it<br />

was all going great! This view was further<br />

confirmed by -year-old Gregor Mhlberger,<br />

who attacked just before the finish of the<br />

Tour of Cologne to record his first professional<br />

victory. June was another fantastic month<br />

for <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe the team won five<br />

stages of the Tour de Suisse and the Tour of<br />

Slovenia, where Rafal Majka also took the<br />

overall victory.<br />

Just before the Tour de France, Marcus<br />

Burghardt won the next champion jersey for<br />

the team. In an extremely varied race on<br />

5 une, Burghardt finished just in front of<br />

his team mate Emanuel Buchmann to be<br />

named German Champion. Further national<br />

championship victories have also been<br />

achieved in Austria and Slovakia: Gregor<br />

Mhlberger and, not for the first time,<br />

Peter’s older brother Juraj Sagan will also<br />

be wearing their national jerseys in the<br />

coming season.<br />

Just as planned: captain<br />

Peter Sagan celebrates<br />

winning stage 3 of the<br />

Tour in Longwy.<br />

Jubilation at the velodrome:<br />

Maciej Bodnar wins the<br />

time trial in Marseilles<br />

on the penultimate day<br />

of the Tour.<br />

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The tricolour in Paris:<br />

the French colours<br />

decorate the sky above<br />

the Arc de Triomphe.<br />

The 10th Tour de rance got off to an<br />

extremely promising start for the Upper<br />

Bavarian team. Peter Sagan took the stage<br />

three win and the rest of the team also<br />

finished well. But after the successful start,<br />

the team seemed to lose momentum.<br />

Following Rafal Majka’s injury during stage<br />

nine, Sport Director Enrico Poitschke<br />

summarised the race as follows: “Peter<br />

might have won a stage for the team but<br />

we certainly don’t have lady luck on our<br />

side. We’ll keep battling on though.” Maciej<br />

Bodnar later demonstrated impressive<br />

fighting spirit as he joined the breakaway<br />

group right from kilometre zero. His impressive<br />

solo ride was only ended by the top sprinters<br />

50 metres before the finish. In addition to<br />

the white number on a red background worn<br />

on his back to mark him out as the most<br />

combative rider, he also won the respect of<br />

the peloton, gratitude from his team mates<br />

and the enthusiasm of countless fans.<br />

A light finally appeared at the end of the<br />

tunnel in the latter stages of this Grand Tour.<br />

Maciej Bodnar took victory in the tough time<br />

trial in Marseilles to collect <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe’s<br />

second stage win. The late triumph seemingly<br />

gave the team the boost it needed for<br />

upcoming races. After all, just one week<br />

after the big arrival on the Champs-Élysées,<br />

the team was back on another start line,<br />

this time of the Tour de Pologne, home<br />

territory for Rafal Majka. The Polish<br />

Champion had little time to enjoy his home<br />

country, however, and instead had to<br />

freshen up his legs for the Vuelta a España.<br />

Starting on 19 August, for <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe,<br />

the uelta was about topping off a successful<br />

season, showing what it could do and sending<br />

out a signal for the coming season; it was<br />

about attacking. Mission complete, you<br />

could say.<br />

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THE FINE<br />

ART<br />

of simply<br />

being<br />

good<br />

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Photos<br />

BRIAN HODES,<br />

LUKAS JAHN<br />

Text<br />

MARTIN FRAAS<br />

Vroni Lutz, <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong><br />

hansgrohe team chef,<br />

values great clarity<br />

when cooking. For her,<br />

the perfect dish has to<br />

be straightforward. It is<br />

the taste that counts.<br />

Born in Chiemgau, Germany,<br />

Veronika Lutz’s career as a chef<br />

too off ic within st a<br />

few ears. ost of her sis are<br />

sef-taht. ow, the ccists in<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe team<br />

benet from these too. As the<br />

team’s chef, she provides<br />

heath et deicios meas.<br />

It was April 2015 when a young lady in a<br />

chequered lumberjack shirt appeared on the<br />

TV show ‘Game of Chefs’. She came across<br />

as so natural and such a breath of fresh air<br />

that all German TV viewers fell in love.<br />

eronika Lutz became the show’s only<br />

amateur chef to make it to the final, taking<br />

third place. “Maybe it’s just the way I deal<br />

with stress by staying relaxed and talking a<br />

lot, says roni, as everyone knows her. I<br />

was nervous for the first few minutes, then I<br />

simply forgot about all the cameras around<br />

me <strong>–</strong> so much so that I almost tripped over<br />

one in the heat of the action.”<br />

We meet up with the 34-year-old in her<br />

home town of Riedering in Chiemgau,<br />

Germany, and are instantly overwhelmed by<br />

her energy. She is a mother of three: “two<br />

girls and one boy. Looking after them could<br />

be regarded as a full-time job in itself. At the<br />

moment though, she is also managing a<br />

construction site near her home. This is<br />

where a café is being built in line with Vroni’s<br />

wishes. She hopes to open it next year. This<br />

will make a major dream come true for her.<br />

We will serve breakfast, snacks and<br />

sandwiches for lunch and the classic coffee<br />

and cake in the afternoons, she tells us.<br />

However, she also wants to open one evening<br />

a week and offer a 6-course meal to a<br />

manageable number of maybe 20 guests.<br />

In typical Vroni style, this will be without airs<br />

and graces though. “I want people to sit at a<br />

long table, chat to one another and have<br />

fun. The food will be served on huge, old<br />

platters, which everyone can help themselves<br />

from.” It is certainly clear that although one<br />

of her dishes in ‘Game of Chefs’ was deemed<br />

to be of Michelin-star quality, the product is<br />

far more important to Vroni than the culinary<br />

stars. he is committed to offering premium<br />

quality cuisine, but without stiff napkins,<br />

stiff waiters and a stiff atmosphere.<br />

We should, however, also mention that Vroni<br />

has another job too. She is the chef for the<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe cycling team. It is part of<br />

<strong>BORA</strong>’s corporate philosophy to entrust<br />

creative-minded people looking for a change<br />

in career with these kinds of positions of<br />

responsibility. Just as <strong>BORA</strong> revolutionised<br />

the design and function of kitchens with its<br />

products, Vroni continually questions the<br />

status quo. he has the courage to rethink<br />

dishes and create innovations. She selfconfidently<br />

does her own thing. And with<br />

great success. When talking about the<br />

cycling stars in the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe team,<br />

she refers to them as ‘my guys’. With her<br />

unpretentious attitude, Vroni is very popular<br />

with the athletes and has gained the highest<br />

level of respect in the shortest of times. This<br />

is also because she understands what ‘her<br />

guys’ need after a race, during which they<br />

will have burned between 6,000 and 8,000<br />

calories. “They spend six hours in the saddle<br />

so should be able to look forward to their<br />

evening meal”, says Vroni simply. She<br />

understands how to conjure up a balance<br />

between healthy and delicious food with her<br />

creations. One of the team’s cyclists recently<br />

commented that her food “tastes as good as<br />

in a 3-Michelin-star restaurant”. “I was<br />

absolutely delighted”, she admits.<br />

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he identifies so much with the cycling team<br />

that the former endurance swimmer, who was<br />

even a member of the junior national team,<br />

has now taken up road cycling herself.<br />

But let’s not get distracted from the cooking.<br />

roni was a late-comer to the chefing world<br />

and is self-taught. he only started work as<br />

a chef during her economics degree and<br />

subsequent training to be a medical laboratory<br />

assistant. “Out of necessity”, she says with<br />

a laugh. er cooking idol was not a celebrity<br />

chef, but her mother. “We never had ready<br />

meals when I was growing up. My mum always<br />

brought in fresh ingredients from the garden<br />

and was a great cook. roni wanted to<br />

follow in her footsteps and quickly found<br />

that she not only loved cooking but also<br />

seemed to have a knack for it. The friends<br />

she used to love cooking for confirmed this.<br />

To raise her ambitious amateur chef activities<br />

to professional level, she helped out in the<br />

kitchen of the country inn ‘Gut Apfelkam’<br />

in the nearby town of Rohrdorf.<br />

roni was also influenced by Italian cuisine.<br />

“My aunt lived in Tuscany and I used to go<br />

and visit her with my family whenever we<br />

had a few free days.” Even today, Italy is<br />

still a place of culinary revelation for Vroni.<br />

“You often go to a restaurant and wonder<br />

how you got there”, she says, “but then my<br />

mum stands at the stove and cooks the<br />

best food you’ve ever had.” Her favourite<br />

dish is an Italian one Melanzane alla<br />

parmigiana. However, she also draws lots<br />

of inspiration from Asian cuisine, which<br />

fascinates her with its clarity and simplicity.<br />

To such an extent that she is now bringing<br />

out a cookbook in cooperation with <strong>BORA</strong>.<br />

This reveals how you can quickly conjure<br />

up truly impressive Asian dishes on the<br />

Tepan stainless steel grill with just a few<br />

ingredients”, says Vroni in description of<br />

the work. The book forms part of the range<br />

based on the 10|10 recipe and cooking<br />

concept developed by <strong>BORA</strong>. This means<br />

that all recipes take 10 minutes to prepare<br />

and 10 minutes to cook. or me, a perfect<br />

dish should be straightforward”, says Vroni.<br />

And straightforward Asian recipes are<br />

precisely what the book offers.<br />

“I found my guys’<br />

complete passion for<br />

cycling so contagious<br />

that I frequently head out<br />

on a road bike myself<br />

now too.”<br />

R O N I L T


PORTRAIT<br />

EXPERIENCE<br />

When developing the<br />

10|10 dishes for her<br />

cookbook, Vroni Lutz was<br />

committed to ensuring<br />

they all had a manageable<br />

number of ingredients and<br />

required little preparation.<br />

Salmon and sesame<br />

sashimi fulfils these<br />

requirements.<br />

As the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe<br />

cycling team’s chef, Vroni<br />

Lutz accompanies the<br />

cyclists in the team truck<br />

during the season, as<br />

here at the start of the<br />

104th Tour de France<br />

in Düsseldorf.<br />

Asian cuisine uses<br />

fresh, healthy<br />

ingredients, thereby<br />

matching Vroni’s style<br />

of cooking. Her <strong>BORA</strong><br />

cookbook edition also<br />

contains an udon<br />

noodle salad.<br />

roni knows what she wants. What she<br />

herself regards as a weakness is perhaps<br />

her greatest strength. I don’t like listening<br />

to other people or being told what to do”,<br />

she admits. Here at the edge of the Alps,<br />

we tend to describe people like roni as<br />

‘stubborn’. Or to put it more positively, she is<br />

focussed. And this is how she had to be to<br />

work her way up from a novice cook to a<br />

sought-after professional chef in less than<br />

ten years. She is uncompromising, but in a<br />

relaxed way. A fellow chef whose work she<br />

particularly likes is amie Oliver. is dishes<br />

are very interesting”, she says. “I also love his<br />

approach of going to schools and preparing<br />

lunch for the kids. With his casual demeanour,<br />

he plays a huge role in restoring children’s<br />

appreciation of good nutrition.” Children<br />

are also her toughest critics: “When they<br />

say they like something, I know I’m on<br />

the right track.<br />

INFO<br />

AA with roni t<br />

uick and easy Asian dishes. The book<br />

is part of the <strong>BORA</strong> 10I10 series and<br />

will be available while stocks last.<br />

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The festival hall in Erl is<br />

clad with deltoid fibre<br />

cement panels which make<br />

up a continuous pattern over<br />

7,000 square meters.<br />

Photos<br />

BRIGIDA GONZALEZ<br />

REVOLUTION<br />

New approaches<br />

to old<br />

requirements<br />

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he iennese architectre rm<br />

Delugan Meissl Associated<br />

Architects blazes new trails with<br />

every building. It seeks to break<br />

the shackles of convention and<br />

create impressive constrctions,<br />

and has certainly succeeded in<br />

doing so with the festival hall in<br />

r ocated st a few iometres<br />

from RAs head oce.<br />

This concert hall, which hosts the Tyrolean<br />

Festival, looks as though its has travelled<br />

to the Tyrolean Alps from a far-away planet.<br />

As though it landed and stayed put. Yet this<br />

alien object blends in wonderfully with the<br />

surrounding landscape. The Viennese<br />

architecture firm Delugan Meissl Associated<br />

Architects DMAA did not design the building<br />

as a stark counterpart to nature, but to fit in<br />

harmoniously with its forms and shapes. It is<br />

also consistent with the neighbouring Passion<br />

Play Theatre, which was designed in the mid<br />

‘50s by the Tyrolean architect Robert Schuller.<br />

This modern, round, clear-cut construction is<br />

as much a sculpture as a playhouse.<br />

Coexisting next to this striking and impressive<br />

building is no mean feat, but the DMAA festival<br />

hall lives up to the task. It looks like the<br />

jagged, mysterious brother next to the white,<br />

curvaceous sister. The contrast between<br />

the inside and outside of the festival hall is<br />

amazing. Once you step inside the building,<br />

you can no longer see the energetic, jagged<br />

surface of the two interlocking elements.<br />

Instead, you find yourself in a calm, bright<br />

white room that is harmonious despite<br />

he building is m long,<br />

71 m wide and up to 22 m<br />

tall. The construction<br />

took 18 months to complete<br />

and reuired , cubic<br />

metres of concrete and<br />

tonnes of steel.<br />

The concert hall of the<br />

yrolean estival by<br />

elugan eissl stands<br />

next to the Passion Play<br />

heatre built in the s<br />

by obert chuller.<br />

The interior of the<br />

auditorium is clad with<br />

red acacia wood and<br />

can accommodate 862<br />

concertgoers.<br />

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The festival hall is by no means DMAA’s only<br />

masterpiece. Many of the firm’s buildings<br />

look as though they are about to take off.<br />

Their tapered edges, origami-like, folded<br />

shapes and absence of bulky rectangles<br />

make the structures flow. The buildings look<br />

like they are on their way somewhere else.<br />

Dynamic constructions for dynamic times.<br />

Elke Delugan-Meissl and Roman Delugan<br />

have been designing buildings together for<br />

over 20 years, and with four other partners<br />

as DMAA since 00. They started out with<br />

he alienlooking<br />

festival hall blends in<br />

wonderfully with the<br />

surrounding landscape.<br />

being asymmetric. The interior offers several<br />

glimpses of the surrounding landscape. The<br />

flowing shapes induce a sense of calm, while<br />

the glass-fronted western façade invites you<br />

to linger. In the middle of the building lies the<br />

well-protected core of the building:<br />

the auditorium <strong>–</strong> a red wood-clad place<br />

of concentration and tranquillity (until the<br />

orchestra strikes up, that is. DMAA has<br />

managed to make the path to the event, the<br />

concert setting, an experience in itself. The<br />

special entrance is modern and original.<br />

Radically new, yet very distinctive. It could<br />

even be called a construction revolution.<br />

The building in Erl has a lot in common with<br />

<strong>BORA</strong>, whose head office is located just a few<br />

kilometres away. <strong>BORA</strong> also focuses on<br />

combining form and technology in a new,<br />

radically simple yet extremely functional way.<br />

Kindred spirits.<br />

social housing projects. At the end of the<br />

‘90s they created two residential buildings<br />

that are still well known today: the Balkan<br />

building in ienna’s Danube City district and<br />

the Mischek Tower, which was Austria’s<br />

tallest apartment building at the time. Their<br />

designs are subtly reminiscent of DMAA’s<br />

current style, but they are more toned down<br />

and don’t yet resemble a tar Wars ship!<br />

aving said that, DMAA’s style is multifaceted.<br />

Not all of its recent designs are similar to the<br />

festival hall in Erl.<br />

But right from the start, the firm’s objective<br />

was to create something special, to break<br />

away from boring monotony. One example<br />

of this is its City Lofts project in Vienna,<br />

completed in 001, where none of the <br />

apartments are identical.<br />

DMAA has always strived to find new<br />

approaches to old requirements. Combining<br />

comfort and functional living yet constantly<br />

asking questions: what kind of environment is<br />

conducive to working well or showcasing cars<br />

in their best light, or what does a contemporary<br />

head office look like ome of DMAA’s<br />

creations include the Porsche Museum in<br />

tuttgart, the ienna-based head office of the<br />

pharmaceutical firm Novartis and the Dutch<br />

ilm Museum in Amsterdam. or all of the<br />

above, it was never a question of finding a<br />

formula then adapting it generically to each<br />

new project. DMAA reinvents itself with each<br />

new task, bringing about a relentless<br />

construction revolution.<br />

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Customised artisan<br />

designs are currently<br />

on-trend. The Munich<br />

carpentry duo Tobias<br />

Petri and Sven Petzold<br />

meet building owners’<br />

most exclusive wishes<br />

with their company<br />

Holzrausch. The brass<br />

and hot-rolled stainless<br />

steel unit in a penthouse<br />

kitchen therefore<br />

resembles a golden altar.<br />

Close to heaven.<br />

Pathos included.<br />

Text<br />

BARBARA FRIEDRICH<br />

THE KITCHEN<br />

IS A CULT ITEM<br />

and the new<br />

status symbol<br />

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Barbara Friedrich<br />

INFO<br />

Barbara riedrich, chief<br />

editor and most recently<br />

publisher of AW<br />

ArchitekturWohnen<br />

magazine 1999 to<br />

016, has 0 years’<br />

experience in the interior<br />

design sector. he is an<br />

author, presenter and<br />

member of many<br />

design panels.<br />

“Some kitchens resemble<br />

the Starship Enterprise<br />

control centre.”<br />

BARBARA FRIEDRICH<br />

The kitchen is the new car. This<br />

has been noted in German<br />

business magazine Wirtschafts-<br />

Woche and observed by<br />

trendsetters and home living<br />

magazines. And the German<br />

kitchen industry is delighted<br />

about it. It is recording a 30%<br />

growth rate, primarily in the<br />

premium quality furnishings<br />

segment.<br />

Whereas the ultra-wealthy used to fill their<br />

garage with an opulent car with a five to<br />

six-figure worth or display it on the driveway<br />

for all the neighbours to see, they today<br />

spend 100,000 euros and more on their<br />

kitchen, without even flinching. After all, it is<br />

quite some time now since this replaced the<br />

car as a status symbol. A thoroughly pleasing<br />

development. After all, you spend hours in<br />

your car stuck in traffic jams. Lost time,<br />

stress, frustration. The environment gets<br />

damaged too. Domestic kitchens, on the<br />

other hand, promise relaxation while<br />

cooking and eating a cosy setting to enjoy<br />

with family and friends.<br />

That said, some kitchens nowadays look<br />

more like a control centre from the tarship<br />

Enterprise than a relaxing oasis cool,<br />

space-age-like, futuristic and packed with<br />

smart-home technology.<br />

At Living itchen during the IMM Cologne<br />

furniture trade fair at the start of the year,<br />

visitors were able to see all the latest<br />

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A prevailing trend: purism!<br />

‘Reduce to the max’ is the<br />

adage followed by architects<br />

and designers who pay<br />

homage to renowned role<br />

models like John Pawson,<br />

Jasper Morrison and<br />

Japanese culture: sleek<br />

and refined.<br />

It is not only the su und z<br />

architecture but also the<br />

Holzrausch interior design of<br />

a house by Lake Tegernsee<br />

that is characterised by<br />

warm wood surfaces, white<br />

walls and clear lines. The<br />

open-plan kitchen with a lake<br />

view is divided from the<br />

living room by a functional<br />

wall, both sides of which<br />

can be used.


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kitchen industry trends and tendencies<br />

gold-coloured, rust-effect and mock concrete<br />

unit fronts solid, raw granite and sturdy<br />

timber planks ultra-smooth, high-gloss<br />

lacquered surfaces in ecru and snow white,<br />

highly resistant to fingerprints stainless steel<br />

and aluminium like in professional kitchens<br />

rare and expensive, eye-catching veneers<br />

and, of course, high-tech appliances that<br />

practically think and cook of their own<br />

accord. There really are some ultra-expensive,<br />

ultra-chic kitchens that the whole house is<br />

often planned around. Or at least the winter<br />

garden. itchens like this need the proper<br />

space and framework <strong>–</strong> the right architecture.<br />

The kitchen’s rise to a luxury commodity<br />

and status symbol began in the final decades<br />

of the last century. As people became more<br />

prosperous, a hedonistic gourmet society<br />

developed. Premium food and drink became<br />

a way of life. People followed the Michelin<br />

Guide to trendy Michelin-star restaurants <strong>–</strong><br />

and became food and wine connoisseurs.<br />

Inspired by the refined dishes of celebrated<br />

chefs, amateur cooks also started to<br />

experiment with unusual recipes and<br />

ingredients in the comfort of their own<br />

homes. The kitchen became a workshop.<br />

The willingness to invest huge amounts in<br />

the creation of these kitchen laboratories<br />

grew. Gradually, the men of the house<br />

discovered cooking as a much-loved<br />

pastime and began to value the perfect<br />

kitchen. Money was therefore invested and<br />

people treated themselves.<br />

The irony of the story it was actually a<br />

woman, namely the iennese architect<br />

Margarete chtte-Lihotzky, who developed<br />

the rational and functional ‘rankfurt kitchen’<br />

in 196 <strong>–</strong> as a way to make life easier for<br />

and she was quite clear in this housewives!<br />

Rather than having to work in previously<br />

large, disorganised domestic kitchens,<br />

the idea was that they could now do so in a<br />

compact space with functional built-in elements<br />

arranged in a -shape. This was visually and<br />

olfactorily shielded from the actual living<br />

areas. The basic idea behind this design was<br />

“Luxury kitchens need<br />

the proper space and<br />

framework”<br />

BARBARA FRIEDRICH<br />

This modern architect’s<br />

house in Bregenz feels like<br />

it has been built around the<br />

kitchen. Large areas of<br />

glazing provide clear views<br />

of the landscape and Lake<br />

Constance. The interior<br />

design has a Scandinavian<br />

style, dominated by light,<br />

warm wooden structures,<br />

stainless steel and aluminium.<br />

The clear lines are not<br />

interrupted by a<br />

ceiling-hanging extractor.<br />

Instead, cooking odours in<br />

the open-plan living kitchen<br />

are devoured by the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Classic extraction system.<br />

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The ‘Matryoshka House’<br />

in Rotterdam had its core<br />

radically ripped out by Shift<br />

Architecture Urbanism;<br />

designer furniture and<br />

historic structural design<br />

are now in harmony with<br />

one another. A certain<br />

1970s feel also permeates<br />

the new duplex apartment.<br />

At least, when it comes to<br />

the design of the kitchen<br />

island, which was inuenced<br />

by Superstudio’s ‘Quaderna’<br />

table. The designers saw<br />

the white chequered<br />

pattern as oering a<br />

world of platonic beauty”.<br />

the male principle of industrial mass<br />

production the optimisation of production<br />

processes.<br />

Then, of all people, it was a man who released<br />

the wives and mothers who had been locked<br />

away in the kitchen the wabian designer Otl<br />

Aicher. is book ‘Die che zum ochen.<br />

Werkstatt einer neuen Lebenskultur’ ‘The<br />

kitchen as a place for cooking. The workshop<br />

of a new lifestyle culture’ was published in<br />

the 190s based on research into the historical<br />

development of kitchens and cooking. In<br />

this, he makes very practical suggestions<br />

about the design of the ‘right’ kitchen <strong>–</strong> from<br />

the stove to the dining table and the appliances.<br />

Actually a graphic designer whose works<br />

included the graphic design for the Olympic<br />

Games in 19, Otl Aicher’s idea essentially<br />

made him the founding father of modern<br />

kitchen design, which led to the current<br />

trend of the ‘living kitchen’. Of course, we<br />

doubt that Aicher would have envisaged<br />

golden unit fronts.<br />

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“ The kitchen as a sacred<br />

place? The kitchen island<br />

as an altar?”<br />

BARBARA FRIEDRICH<br />

Aicher would have probably shaken his head<br />

at the way kitchens look today. The kitchen<br />

island as a sculpture, quasi an altar, as<br />

described by theologist and folklorist<br />

Christoph rzeder in an episode of the<br />

Bavarian T show ‘Capriccio’ The kitchen as<br />

a sacred place As a place of worship and<br />

sacrifice Back to the archaic roots We just<br />

hope that people will actually cook in these<br />

stylish kitchens once the photographer has<br />

left. Or that they have a ‘kitchenette’ in the<br />

cellar.<br />

illa phere photos andau indelbacherrtwin lipp <br />

The glistening white kitchen<br />

matches the rest of the Villa<br />

phere illa den luxury<br />

resort and is designed without<br />

wall units or an extractor hood.<br />

Instead, it has a <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional by the cooktops.<br />

Clear views can be enjoyed<br />

when cooking or eating at<br />

the long wooden table, the<br />

chairs around which reect<br />

the turquoise water of the<br />

swimming pool.<br />

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RECIPES<br />

SPEEDY<br />

MEALS from the<br />

World Champion<br />

Photos<br />

LUKAS JAHN, MARIO STIEHL<br />

He is one of the best road<br />

cyclists of today, two-times World<br />

Champion and a lover of good<br />

food. Peter Sagan, star of the<br />

RA <strong>–</strong> hansrohe team, brie<br />

hopped off the sadde to share<br />

his favourite dishes with us.<br />

They are quick and easy to make yet also<br />

tasty and healthy. This applies to all ten of<br />

the recipes that Michelin-star chef Andreas<br />

Senn from Salzburg has developed in line<br />

with the World Champion’s taste preferences.<br />

These have now been compiled into a book.<br />

The culinary inspirations belong to the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

10|10 recipes series. The concept: 10 minutes<br />

of preparation and 10 minutes of cooking.<br />

Making these recipes with Peter Sagan<br />

means lots of laughter; it is with good reason<br />

that the Slovak cyclist is a favourite among<br />

fans. As a top athlete, he is very careful<br />

about his diet, with fish and vegetables<br />

making frequent appearances in his meal<br />

plans. The 27-year-old also gives free rein to<br />

his legendary temperament in the kitchen.<br />

He cooks with lots of spontaneity, imagination<br />

and a love of experimentation. He likes to<br />

combine traditional dishes with exotic<br />

ingredients. For example, by adding Japanese<br />

matcha tea powder to pea soup or serving<br />

sea bass with his favourite vegetable Jerusalem<br />

artichoke, which is packed with valuable<br />

minerals and vitamins.<br />

We hope you enjoy making, serving and<br />

eating our masterly creations!<br />

All of the 10|10 edition recipes and<br />

videos can be found at: www.mybora.<br />

com/en/mybora-world/recipes<br />

Peter Sagan, captain of the<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe cycling<br />

team, on a training session.<br />

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Easy yet imaginative<br />

cuisine: star cyclist Peter<br />

Sagan from the <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong><br />

hansgrohe team loves<br />

combining basic dishes<br />

with exotic ingredients.<br />

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RECIPES<br />

Pea & matcha tea soup<br />

with grilled prawns<br />

INGREDIENTS<br />

2 shallots, ½ garlic clove, 2 tbsp olive oil,<br />

700 g frozen peas, 700 ml vegetable stock,<br />

100 ml soya cream, 2 tbsp matcha tea powder,<br />

salt, white pepper, lemon juice to taste,<br />

4 wild prawns (deveined), mint to garnish<br />

METHOD<br />

Finely chop the shallots and garlic and glaze<br />

in olive oil. Add the peas and pour over the<br />

vegetable stock. Simmer for 10 minutes,<br />

add the soya cream and matcha tea powder<br />

and mix thoroughly. Pass through a fine sieve<br />

and season with salt, pepper and lemon<br />

juice. Wash the prawns, lightly season and<br />

fry quickly on the Tepan. Serve the soup in<br />

a deep plate, place the fried prawns on top<br />

and garnish with fresh mint.<br />

Steamed sea bass with<br />

Jerusalem artichokes,<br />

sunower seed<br />

and goji berries<br />

INGREDIENTS<br />

1 lime, fillets of sea bass, approx. 10 g<br />

each, salt, white pepper, nutmeg, 500 g<br />

erusalem artichoke, tbsp roasted sunflower<br />

seeds, 4 tbsp dried goji berries, 3 sprigs of<br />

chopped parsley, freshly grated lime zest,<br />

sunflower oil, herbs<br />

METHOD<br />

Bring a pan of water to the boil, slice the<br />

lime and add to the water. eason the fillets<br />

and steam over the boiling water in a covered<br />

bamboo basket for around minutes. Peel<br />

the Jerusalem artichoke and cut into small<br />

pieces. Cook in salted water until soft and<br />

drain. Mash and combine with the sunflower<br />

seeds, goji berries and parsley. Serve the<br />

fillets on the pure and garnish with herbs,<br />

freshly grated lime zest and a little<br />

sunflower oil.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

Goat-curd Schmarrn with<br />

cranberries and ginger &<br />

Jerusalem artichoke syrup<br />

INGREDIENTS<br />

4 eggs, 120 g birch sugar, 140 g goat-curd,<br />

0 g spelt flour, tbsp dried cranberries,<br />

200 g goat-curd, 1 vanilla pod, 200 g fresh<br />

berries (blueberries, raspberries, gooseberries),<br />

Jerusalem artichoke and ginger<br />

syrup from Sunroot to serve<br />

METHOD<br />

Beat two eggs and two egg yolks with 0 g<br />

birch sugar until creamy, then stir in the<br />

curd and flour. Beat the two egg whites with<br />

the remaining sugar and stir in the cranberries.<br />

Cook on the Tepan on a medium heat on<br />

both sides until golden brown. Stir together<br />

the curd and the vanilla essence until smooth.<br />

Spread over the Schmarrn and tear the<br />

Schmarrn into pieces. Serve with the<br />

Jerusalem artichoke and ginger syrup and<br />

fresh berries.<br />

“I’m not exactly the<br />

most patient cook.<br />

That’s why I love dishes<br />

that you can make<br />

quickly. It also leaves<br />

you more time to enjoy<br />

eating them.”<br />

PETER SAGAN<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> hansgrohe UCI World Champion<br />

INFO<br />

10|10 Peter Sagan cookbook<br />

Available from your <strong>BORA</strong> distribution partner.<br />

While stocks last.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

KITCHEN DESIGN<br />

KITCHENS<br />

with finesse<br />

Text<br />

SILKE SEVECKE<br />

Kitchens don’t always have the ideal layout proportions. Or they<br />

have to t into a conned space and nder a soped roof. After a,<br />

over 70 percent of kitchens in Europe are less than eleven square<br />

metres in sie. RA cootops with an interated cootop extractor<br />

therefore solve a problem: they replace bulky extractor hoods.<br />

We look at impressive ways to create dream kitchens in four<br />

challenging situations.<br />

Small or unfavourably shaped<br />

kitchens have to be particularly<br />

well planned so as to not only<br />

look chic but also live up to the<br />

needs of everyday life. This applies<br />

to not only the storage space<br />

but also the cooktop and<br />

extractor. Do you cook every day<br />

or only on a less regular basis?<br />

For a large family or just for two?<br />

On your own or with others?<br />

The answers to these questions determine<br />

how you should design your kitchen. You<br />

need storage space for your food, ideally in<br />

clearly organised drawers. Those who cook a<br />

great deal, value customised cooktops with<br />

a powerful extractor, which should ideally<br />

remain invisible, like the <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop<br />

extractors, which directly suction cooking<br />

vapours away downwards.<br />

There are, however, a few basic design<br />

principles that should be followed for all<br />

smaller kitchens to make them both usable<br />

and spacious. Light-coloured walls and unit<br />

fronts are the best choice as they make the<br />

room seem larger than it really is. By opting<br />

for a cooktop extractor, you no longer need a<br />

visually disruptive extractor hood and gain<br />

up to 30 percent more storage space. Don’t<br />

use too many different materials. or small<br />

kitchens, a maximum of three different<br />

materials for the floor, walls and kitchen<br />

units is ideal as uniformity and continuity<br />

create a sense of space.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

KITCHEN DESIGN<br />

A <br />

look bigger when<br />

harmoniously designed.<br />

01<br />

makes it possible<br />

to have a large cooking<br />

zone in even small<br />

kitchens. he low<br />

installation height and<br />

integrated recirculating<br />

air filter unit furthermore<br />

enable optimum use of<br />

the space in the oor unit.<br />

If your kitchen is only a few<br />

sare metres in sie, o need<br />

to thin compact. he sin, bin<br />

and dishwasher form a useful<br />

triad. A RA cootop with an<br />

integrated cooktop extractor in<br />

exhaust or recirculation mode<br />

provides room for an additional<br />

wall unit.<br />

A narrow sink and a dishwasher with a width<br />

of just 45 cm are fully functional and save<br />

space. They are plenty large enough for a<br />

one or two-person household and free up<br />

additional storage and worktop space.<br />

When it comes to the cooktop, however,<br />

you should not make any compromises.<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> Classic system, for instance,<br />

offers individually customisable, powerful<br />

cooktops with an effective downdraft<br />

cooktop extractor. This eliminates the need<br />

for an extractor hood, enabling an extra wall<br />

unit for crockery and the like to be installed<br />

in its stead. Have as few things lying around<br />

as possible as the room will otherwise<br />

quickly appear cluttered and seem smaller<br />

than it actually is.<br />

ip sh-interatin the cootop and sin<br />

into the worktop creates a harmonious<br />

appearance that suggests spaciousness.<br />

A sidin door instead of an inward<br />

opening one saves valuable centimetres.<br />

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KITCHENS WITH<br />

R<br />

should use the full room<br />

height for cupboards.<br />

02<br />

onsciously and clearly<br />

playing with the angles<br />

makes a kitchen with<br />

sloping ceilings truly<br />

eyecatching. or top<br />

oor apartments, we<br />

recommend opting for<br />

a customised kitchen.<br />

he carpenter will resolve<br />

your problems.<br />

ften, it is simp impossibe to<br />

install a classic extractor hood<br />

under the sloping roof in a kitchen.<br />

And if o do manae this, it<br />

messes up the way the kitchen<br />

oos. he dnamic RA do<br />

of a cooktop and downdraft<br />

cooktop extractor is the<br />

perfect solution.<br />

Make the sloping roof your friend. It must in<br />

no way hinder your workflow. ere, it acts<br />

as a design feature. Thanks to the uniform<br />

colour of the unit fronts and work area, the<br />

kitchen counter looks like a single, triangular<br />

piece of furniture. The cooktop and cooktop<br />

extractor are flush integrated and located in<br />

a well-lit alcove in the middle segment. The<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor installed between<br />

two cooktops effectively extracts vapours<br />

and odours. Clear visibility and head room<br />

are furthermore both retained. To create<br />

extra storage space, the wall units stretch<br />

from the gable right down to the worktop.<br />

Domestic appliances like coffee machines<br />

or toasters can therefore be stored away<br />

within easy reach rather than being left<br />

cluttering up the place.<br />

Those able to incorporate multiple floor<br />

units into their design should have drawers in<br />

at least some of these. These are ideal for<br />

storing pans, crockery and food stocks.<br />

he general rule for<br />

top-oor apartments is<br />

to make the sloping roof<br />

your friend.<br />

SILKE SEVECKE<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

KITCHEN DESIGN<br />

A<br />

D ARA<br />

ensure optimum use<br />

of the space.<br />

03<br />

If you want to integrate a dining<br />

area into a sma itchen,<br />

creativit is reired. ractica<br />

solutions where the table forms<br />

part of the kitchen are particularly<br />

popar. A RA cootop with<br />

an integrated cooktop extractor<br />

preserves the homely feel.<br />

It would be a complete shame to disrupt the<br />

elegant look of the kitchen with a bulky<br />

extractor hood. The <strong>BORA</strong> system enables<br />

you to create your very own, personal<br />

cooktop and, thanks to the integrated,<br />

powerful extractor, you no longer need a<br />

visually disruptive hood. When opting for<br />

a kitchen island, a connection is automatically<br />

guaranteed if the same unit fronts and<br />

materials are selected as for the kitchen<br />

counter.<br />

o integrate a dining area<br />

into a small kitchen, the<br />

available space must be<br />

optimally used. his works<br />

best with areas that are<br />

based on the kitchen’s<br />

layout, like the long, narrow<br />

tabletop shown here.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

ARR <br />

look wider when opting<br />

for highgloss finishes.<br />

04<br />

he choice of colour is<br />

particularly important<br />

when designing narrow<br />

kitchens. lighter finish<br />

makes the room seem<br />

more spacious. It is also<br />

important not to clutter<br />

the kitchen with<br />

accessories.<br />

n narrow itchens, it is not on<br />

the side walls but also the front<br />

of the room that should be used.<br />

his visa trncates the room,<br />

combating the narrow feel.<br />

iht coors, pent of natra<br />

light and good organisation are<br />

further ways to ensure success.<br />

A wall of floor-to-ceiling units on one side of<br />

the kitchen not only offers ample storage<br />

space but also enables you to install an<br />

oven at eye level. Do not install wall units or<br />

an extractor hood on the other side or an<br />

unpleasant chimney effect will ensue.<br />

Using the front wall of the kitchen for top<br />

cupboards and an oven or sink truncates<br />

the room and brings the cooking and<br />

preparation zones closer together so you do<br />

not have to wander up and down the kitchen<br />

as much. The installation of a <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop<br />

extractor is particularly ideal for narrow<br />

kitchens as its technology is hidden behind<br />

the floor units without the cupboards or<br />

drawers needing to have their depth reduced.<br />

igh-gloss surfaces have a mirror-like effect<br />

and give the impression of width.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

HIGH<br />

IN THE<br />

sky<br />

Photos<br />

HANSI HECKMAIR, JAN-PETER BOENING,<br />

GÜNTHER PICHLKOSTNER, EVI RAMAEKERS<br />

Text<br />

MARTIN FRAAS


EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> REVOLUTION TOUR<br />

DÜSSELDORF<br />

Germany<br />

Jun 29 <strong>–</strong> Jul 2<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> in the air stopped<br />

by the Rhine Tower in<br />

Düsseldorf to celebrate<br />

the start of the Tour de<br />

rance oering frontrow<br />

seats 30 metres up.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> is unique. The company is<br />

once again demonstrating this<br />

with the <strong>BORA</strong> Revolution Tour.<br />

The idea of ‘Haute Cuisine’ has<br />

been taken literally: guests enjoy<br />

the art of cooking in a high-tech<br />

glass cube suspended 30 metres<br />

up in the air <strong>–</strong> together with<br />

unique views of course.<br />

It is an experience that participants will never<br />

forget: the restaurant in which they are<br />

served fine food by top chefs dangles from a<br />

crane at lofty heights. And it always does so<br />

in spectacular settings, e.g. in Berlin with<br />

views of the Spree and the television tower,<br />

next to the Atomium in Brussels, high above<br />

ienna’s Prater Park or above the rooftops<br />

of Düsseldorf at the start of the Tour de<br />

France. Anyone at a <strong>BORA</strong> in the air event<br />

has a front-row seat. With sufficient capacity<br />

for up to 1 people, the 0-square-metre<br />

cube is illuminated after dark with futuristic<br />

lighting, giving it the appearance of a sciencefiction<br />

spaceship. Also on board is a kitchen<br />

with all three <strong>BORA</strong> systems. Impressive and<br />

practical proof that kitchens quite literally<br />

have no bounds with <strong>BORA</strong>.<br />

What began as a series of service events for<br />

kitchen studios, quickly became a much<br />

acclaimed, international promotion. <strong>BORA</strong><br />

offers its retail partners a truly extraordinary<br />

event with the ‘kitchen revolution’. Potential<br />

customers are given the opportunity to enjoy<br />

an up-close experience of the <strong>BORA</strong> product<br />

lines, while retail partners can invite guests<br />

to a three-course IP dinner cooked by<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> chef Armin Auer, head of the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Cook Academy since 015.<br />

Armin is also regularly joined by guest<br />

chefs. In ienna, where the <strong>BORA</strong> Cube<br />

hung over the Prater Park, the famous<br />

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For now, the<br />

heinkniebrcke bridge<br />

remains open to cars.<br />

oon though, these will<br />

give way to the <br />

cyclists of the th<br />

Tour de France.<br />

metres above the<br />

ground in sseldorf.<br />

Equipped with <strong>BORA</strong><br />

systems, the Cube’s<br />

kitchen makes exclusive<br />

catering possible even<br />

at this height.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> REVOLUTION TOUR<br />

The cranes dance as<br />

the sun sets in Berlin.<br />

One has a particularly<br />

unique load.<br />

he exhilarating fun in<br />

the air lasts for a mere<br />

hour. any guests would<br />

happily hover above<br />

the everydaylife below<br />

for far longer.<br />

BERLIN<br />

Germany<br />

un<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

Austrian celebrity chefs Andi Alex even<br />

relocated their daily ORF show ‘Frisch<br />

gekocht mit Andi und Alex’ to the glass<br />

container. ive cameras were positioned in<br />

and around the cube and a multi-person<br />

film crew joined the chefs inside. ive<br />

episodes were filmed in the <strong>BORA</strong> cube.<br />

A successful experiment that grabbed<br />

plenty of attention.<br />

The two famous chefs were also impressed.<br />

irstly, due to seeing ienna from a new<br />

perspective. “I’ve never had such a fantastic<br />

view when cooking”, raved Alex Fankhauser.<br />

Andi Wojta summarised his fascination with<br />

the <strong>BORA</strong> systems, which he had never before<br />

used At first, I simply couldn’t imagine<br />

how the concept would work. But when we<br />

tried it out, we were absolutely delighted.<br />

There are no troublesome odours.<br />

The technology is completely unique.<br />

ats off to you!<br />

Attendees of the <strong>BORA</strong> in the air events in<br />

Berlin were treated to creative snacks from<br />

the guest chef Nina Dombrovski. In Brussels,<br />

three top Belgian chefs cooked up delicious<br />

treats such as fried fish with quail eggs and<br />

carrot pure or scampi from the Tepan grill.<br />

Even the arrival of the glass cube, which<br />

acts as a kitchen, dining room and event<br />

location in one, is quite some spectacle as<br />

it is transported by the 19-metre-long,<br />

40-tonne <strong>BORA</strong> Cooking Truck. The heavyduty<br />

crane from which the <strong>BORA</strong> Cube is<br />

later suspended is always surrounded by<br />

fascinated spectators as they photograph<br />

and video the spectacular scene.<br />

lthough a fear of heights<br />

prevailed among some<br />

visitors prior to the event,<br />

after it, pure enthusiasm<br />

had taken over.<br />

espite measuring just <br />

suare metres, the glazed<br />

cube kitchen is still a show<br />

kitchen, event location and<br />

viewing gondola in one.<br />

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TV chefs Andi and Alex<br />

broadcast several editions<br />

of their daily ORF cook<br />

show from the <strong>BORA</strong> Cube.<br />

In addition to the five<br />

television cameras, a<br />

multiperson film crew<br />

also joined them in the<br />

glass container.<br />

Anyone at a <strong>BORA</strong> in the<br />

air event has a frontrow<br />

seat, just like here, high<br />

above ienna.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

VIENNA<br />

Austria<br />

ay<br />

he glass container<br />

dangles in the ienna<br />

sky, suspended from<br />

a heavyduty crane.<br />

TV chefs Andi (left)<br />

and lex right prepared<br />

typical Austrian dishes<br />

for viewers while<br />

30 metres in the air.<br />

Those who can rise above it all can gain<br />

brand new perspectives. They are inspired<br />

to rethink things. This combines the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

company philosophy with the basic idea<br />

behind the Revolution Tour. After all, the<br />

company is committed to having the<br />

courage to be radically different. <strong>BORA</strong> in<br />

the air guests also need a little courage.<br />

or some people, it is a real effort to leave<br />

the safety of solid ground for just an hour.<br />

But even participants with a certain level of<br />

vertigo subsequently rave that they felt as<br />

happy and safe in the sophisticated cube as<br />

in a loft apartment. Dekra helps in this<br />

regard by subjecting the crane and cube to<br />

an intensive inspection prior to every event.<br />

urthermore, the events will only take place<br />

in wind speeds of under m per second, at<br />

which it is guaranteed that the solid glass<br />

cube will hang in the air without swaying.<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

uring the evolution<br />

our , cooking is<br />

done in the show kitchen<br />

of the mobile hightech<br />

glass house, which is<br />

equipped with <strong>BORA</strong><br />

technology.<br />

Within the scope of the<br />

evolution our, <br />

retail partners throughout<br />

Europe and their<br />

customers have had and<br />

will have the opportunity<br />

to experience the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

in the air promotion.<br />

Just like here in Brussels,<br />

at eye level with the<br />

famous Atomium.<br />

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BRUSSELS<br />

elgium<br />

20 <strong>–</strong> 22 April<br />

The gourmets can therefore focus on the<br />

spectacular views and fantastic snacks.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> in the air <strong>–</strong> literally enjoying the high<br />

life while taking a trip to gourmet heaven.<br />

The locations of the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

evolution our <br />

are always spectacular<br />

and breathtaking. or not<br />

only the guests, but also<br />

the many spectators on<br />

the ground.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> chef Armin Auer<br />

serves creative snacks<br />

and healthy amusebouches<br />

to the <strong>BORA</strong><br />

in the air guests. aute<br />

Cuisine in the truest<br />

sense of the word.<br />

Tour schedule<br />

Want to join us in the air?<br />

Apr 20 <strong>–</strong> 22 Brussels Belgium*<br />

ay Vienna Austria*<br />

un Berlin Germany*<br />

Jun 29 <strong>–</strong> Jul 2<br />

Düsseldorf Germany*<br />

ul Amsterdam Netherlands*<br />

ul London England*<br />

ug Hamburg Germany*<br />

ct Rome Italy<br />

ec Paris France<br />

*Event has already taken place<br />

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EXPERIENCE<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> AWARDS<br />

Award winning!<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> scoops major awards<br />

Right from the start, our ideas have<br />

won over national and international experts.<br />

A brief overview:<br />

Plus X Award <strong>–</strong><br />

Best Design Brand<br />

This recent award<br />

recognises <strong>BORA</strong><br />

as a brand and the<br />

constant top level<br />

of its product<br />

design.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong>’s receipt of the title ‘Best Design<br />

Brand 2017’ is a particularly valuable seal of<br />

approval. This is because this title is awarded<br />

to very few companies and recognises the<br />

brands whose products have received the<br />

highest number of seals of approval in the<br />

‘Design’ category over all entry periods within<br />

a year. It confirms that <strong>BORA</strong> constantly<br />

impresses with award-winning product design.<br />

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Red Dot Product Design Award<br />

Best of the Best<br />

Red Dot Product Design Award<br />

Iconic Award<br />

The Red Dot Award is an internationally<br />

recognised quality seal. In the ‘Product<br />

Design’ category, awards are presented for<br />

efficient technology, outstanding innovation<br />

and attractive design. <strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

2.0 scooped the extra-special ‘Best of the<br />

Best’ award.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic received the highest Red Dot<br />

Design Award accolade in the ‘Product<br />

Design’ category back in 2012.<br />

It doesn’t get much better than this: <strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional was designated ‘Iconic Awards<br />

2016: Interior Innovation <strong>–</strong> Best of Best’ by<br />

a panel of experts from the German Design<br />

Council.<br />

German Design Award<br />

Plus X Award<br />

Good Design Award 2017 <strong>–</strong><br />

Australia<br />

The German Design Award is a top,<br />

internationally renowned award presented<br />

by the internationally recognised German<br />

Design Council. Regarded as one of the<br />

world’s most prestigious design competitions,<br />

it enjoys an outstanding reputation within<br />

professional circles and far beyond. The<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic BFI (Basic surface induction)<br />

was named winner of the ‘Excellent<br />

Product Design’ category in 2016.<br />

The Plus X Award is presented to innovative<br />

and future-oriented products. <strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

(2013), <strong>BORA</strong> Basic with surface induction<br />

(2015/16) and the new <strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

(2017) have all won awards in the ‘Innovation’,<br />

‘High Quality’, ‘Design’, ‘Ease of Use’ and<br />

‘Functionality’ categories. Before they were<br />

even readily available on the market, all<br />

three products also received an additional<br />

award: the ‘Best Product of the Year’.<br />

The Good Design Award is Australia’s<br />

longest-standing industrial design award.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> won this award for its <strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

in 2014 and for its entire product range<br />

in 2017.<br />

Deutscher Gründerpreis<br />

(German Entrepreneurs’ Award)<br />

Deutschland Land der Ideen<br />

(Germany Land of Ideas)<br />

German Brand Award<br />

The Deutscher Gründerpreis is one of the<br />

key awards for German entrepreneurs.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> won the trophy in the ‘Start-up’<br />

category in 2010.<br />

In 2009, <strong>BORA</strong>’s site in Raubling was one of<br />

the 365 places that represented Germany<br />

as the ‘Land of Ideas’.<br />

We are extremely proud that <strong>BORA</strong> was<br />

earmarked by a panel of experts from the<br />

German Design Council for an award in the<br />

kitchens category of the German Brand<br />

Award 2016 for its successful brand<br />

management.<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Technology<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0 104<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 112<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic 116<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic 120<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> System 124<br />

Duct system & wall sleeves 125<br />

Exhaust ducting 126<br />

Fans 127<br />

Filters & silencers 128<br />

Accessories 129<br />

Exhaust air/recirculation 130<br />

Installation 132<br />

Warranty 137<br />

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exibe, effective<br />

and powerful<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> technology makes<br />

the dierence<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> stands for outstanding uality, premium materials<br />

and durable, reliable products. ased on innovative ideas,<br />

we provide eective solutions that are carefully thought<br />

out down to the last detail. ighperformance ventilation<br />

technology made by is perfect for anyone who<br />

appreciates streamlined, minimalistic design and<br />

ventilation technology made by <strong>BORA</strong>.<br />

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rofessional .<br />

• lectrically controlled cover ap opens and closes automatically<br />

• Intelligent control knob with integrated function programmes<br />

and digital display<br />

• ooktop and cooktop extractor communicate with one another and<br />

enable the extraction performance to be automatically controlled<br />

• owerful cooktops with an impressive depth of cm and more<br />

net cooking surface area than conventional cooktops<br />

• ompact unit with an integrated fan and an installation height of just<br />

mm enables kitchens to be designed with oating worktops for<br />

the first time<br />

• imple cleaning thanks to the wide extraction opening and easily<br />

removable, dishwashersafe filters and tray<br />

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PKA<br />

Professional cooktop extractor<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

ower supply cable<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

ower levels<br />

onnection on the exhaust side<br />

<br />

z<br />

W<br />

m, plug types <br />

x x mm<br />

. kg<br />

, <br />

cotube<br />

rodct description<br />

· Power control via a control<br />

knob<br />

· Power display<br />

· Electrical cover ap<br />

· Cover ap sensor<br />

· Stainless steel grease filter<br />

· Grease filtering sensor<br />

· Automatic cooktop extractor<br />

function<br />

· Automatic afterrun<br />

· Filter service display<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· Option to connect two <br />

Universal fan modules<br />

PKAS<br />

Professional cooktop extractor system including fan<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

ower supply cable<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

ower levels<br />

onnection on the exhaust side<br />

<br />

z<br />

W<br />

m, plug types <br />

x x mm<br />

. kg<br />

, <br />

cotube<br />

rodct description<br />

· Power control via a control<br />

knob<br />

· Power display<br />

· Electrical cover ap<br />

· Cover ap sensor<br />

· Stainless steel grease filter<br />

· Grease filtering sensor<br />

· Automatic cooktop extractor<br />

function<br />

· Automatic afterrun<br />

· Filter service display<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· Installation type ush and<br />

surfacemounted<br />

· Option to connect a second<br />

fan module<br />

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PKFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ront cooking zone power setting<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone ower setting<br />

x x mm<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

PKI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ront cooking zone power setting<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone ower setting<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

rodct description<br />

rodct description<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Bridging function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Installation possible<br />

rotated by <br />

· Cooking zone indicator on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Installation possible<br />

rotated by <br />

· Cooking zone indicator on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

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PKIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic wok<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ooking zone size<br />

ooking zone power<br />

ooking zone power setting<br />

rodct description<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Cooking zone indicator on the<br />

control knob<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

PKCH2<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones: 1-ring/2-ring<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

switching ring<br />

yper<br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ront cooking zone power setting<br />

umber of front cooking zone rings 1<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

umber of rear cooking zone rings<br />

rodct description<br />

· yper glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with ringyper<br />

· Save time with shorter heating<br />

times on the front cooking zone<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Installation possible<br />

rotated by <br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

<br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Pause function<br />

· eat retention function<br />

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PKC32<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones: 3-ring/2-ring<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

switching of rings<br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

umber of front cooking zone rings 3<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

umber of rear cooking zone rings<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

<br />

PKC3B<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones: 3-ring/roaster<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

switching of rings<br />

roaster<br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

umber of front cooking zone rings 3<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

mm x mm<br />

W<br />

rodct description<br />

rodct description<br />

· iight glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with ringring switching<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Installation possible<br />

rotated by <br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Pause function<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· iight glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with ringroasterswitching<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Installation possible<br />

vrotated by <br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Pause function<br />

· eat retention function<br />

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PKT11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill with 2 cooking zones<br />

echnica data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

emperature control power levels<br />

emperature control range<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

urface material<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

, <br />

<br />

. kg<br />

tainless steel, brushed<br />

x x mm<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

rodct description<br />

· Fullsurface epan stainless<br />

steel grill with two cooking<br />

zones<br />

· mm deepdrawn and<br />

brushed stainless steel with<br />

rounded inner corners for<br />

simple cleaning<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Bridging function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Configuration menu<br />

· Cooking zone indicator on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Demo mode<br />

· Automatic heatup function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

control knob<br />

· Cleaning function<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Safety shutdown<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Professional<br />

• Integrated extractor vent with twist mechanism<br />

• Solid stainless steel control knob for simple and intuitive power<br />

level control<br />

• Powerful cooktops with an impressive depth of 54 cm and 20% more<br />

net cooking surface area than conventional cooktops<br />

• Free combination of various cooktops from modern surface induction<br />

versions to traditional gas cooktops<br />

• Modular system allows the integration of additional fan modules<br />

for long, complicated exhaust channels<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

PL540E<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage (control box)<br />

Max. power consumption (control box)<br />

Material<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

700 W<br />

Stainless steel, brushed<br />

110 x 540 x 167 mm<br />

Product description<br />

· Can be combined with all<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional cooktops<br />

and Universal fan modules<br />

· Freely adjustable power control<br />

· Control using solid stainless<br />

steel rotary knob<br />

· Integrated cover ap<br />

· Installation type ush and<br />

surface-mounted<br />

· Stainless steel grease filter<br />

· Cooking zone indicator<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· Filter service display<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

via Home In or Home Out<br />

· Ability to connect 2 fan<br />

modules<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> PROFESSIONAL<br />

PFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

Front induction cooking zone<br />

Power setting<br />

205 x 230 mm<br />

Rear induction cooking zone<br />

Power setting<br />

205 x 230 mm<br />

Product description<br />

· Heat retention level<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Bridging function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

3.7 kW<br />

1 x 16 A<br />

370 x 540 x 51 mm<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

· Automatic heat-up function<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

cooktop<br />

· Childproofing feature<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

PIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic wok<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

Induction cooking zone<br />

Power setting<br />

Ø 310 mm<br />

Product description<br />

· Power setting<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Digital power display on the<br />

cooktop<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

3.0 kW<br />

1 x 16 A<br />

370 x 540 x 128 mm<br />

2400 W<br />

3000 W<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

PC32<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

PC3B<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> HiLight glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

3-ring front cooking zone<br />

Ø 120 mm<br />

Ø 180 mm<br />

Ø 235 mm<br />

2-ring rear cooking zone<br />

Ø 120 mm<br />

Ø 200 mm<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N<br />

4.4 kW<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

370 x 540 x 50 mm<br />

800 W<br />

1600 W<br />

2500 W<br />

800 W<br />

1900 W<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

3-ring front cooking zone<br />

Ø 120 mm<br />

Ø 180 mm<br />

Ø 235 mm<br />

Roaster rear cooking zone<br />

Ø 165 mm<br />

290 x 165 mm<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N<br />

5.1 kW<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

370 x 540 x 50 mm<br />

800 W<br />

1600 W<br />

2500 W<br />

1500 W<br />

2600 W<br />

Product description<br />

· HiLight glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with 3-ring/2-ring switching<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

Product description<br />

· HiLight glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with 3-ring/roaster-switching<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

PCH2<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

1-ring front cooking zone<br />

Ø 235 mm<br />

Hyper level<br />

2-ring rear cooking zone<br />

Ø 120 mm<br />

Ø 200 mm<br />

Product description<br />

· Hyper glass ceramic cooktop<br />

with Hyper/2-ring<br />

· Hyper level<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N<br />

5.1 kW<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

370 x 540 x 50 mm<br />

800 W<br />

1900 W<br />

800 W<br />

1900 W<br />

· Save time with shorter heating<br />

times on the front cooking zone<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

PT11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

Supply voltage<br />

Max. power consumption<br />

Minimum fuse protection<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N<br />

4.8 kW<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

Temperature control range 60 <strong>–</strong> 250°C<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

Front cooking surface<br />

300 x 235 mm<br />

Rear cooking surface<br />

300 x 235 mm<br />

Product description<br />

· Full-surface Tepan stainless<br />

steel grill with 2 cooking zones<br />

· 6 mm deep-drawn, brushed<br />

stainless steel with rounded<br />

inner corners for simple<br />

cleaning<br />

370 x 540 x 68 mm<br />

2400 W<br />

2400 W<br />

· Temperature of the two cooking<br />

zones can be freely and<br />

separately controlled<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Classic<br />

• inimalistic, ush design<br />

• imple, intuitive touch control<br />

• ooktops with a depth of mm are suitable for<br />

installation in almost any kitchen<br />

• ree combination of various cooktops from modern<br />

surface induction versions to traditional gas cooktops<br />

• ew inlet grille available as an accessory as<br />

an alternative to standard cover plates<br />

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CKASE<br />

CKASE cooktop extractor system<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

use protection internal<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

urface material<br />

ower levels<br />

onnection on the exhaust side<br />

<br />

z<br />

W<br />

. <br />

x x mm<br />

. kg<br />

tainless steel, brushed<br />

<br />

cotube<br />

Product description<br />

· power levels<br />

· ower level control via<br />

intelligent touch operation<br />

· owest installation dimensions <strong>–</strong><br />

depth of mm from the<br />

front edge<br />

· tainless steel grease filter<br />

· minute automatic afterrun<br />

· ilter service display<br />

· afety shutdown<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

via ome In or ome ut<br />

· ption to connect a I<br />

additional duct fan<br />

cooktop extractors are only available<br />

in combination with cooktops.<br />

CKAEG<br />

Inlet grille for the <strong>BORA</strong> Classic CKASE cooktop extractor system<br />

Technical data<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

aterial<br />

. x . x . mm<br />

. kg<br />

olished stainless steel<br />

Product description<br />

· Inlet grille for lassic<br />

and cooktop<br />

extractor systems<br />

· olished stainless steel<br />

· ishwasher safe<br />

· an remain in the extractor<br />

while the cooktop extractor is<br />

commissioned<br />

· ccessory<br />

· ot suitable as an air bae or<br />

in combination with lassic gas<br />

glass ceramic cooktops<br />

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I<br />

CFI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ront cooking zone power setting<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone power setting<br />

x x mm<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

CI11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ront cooking zone power setting<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone power setting<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

Product description<br />

Product description<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ause function<br />

· utomatic heatup function<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· imer function<br />

· esidual heat display<br />

· ower setting<br />

· an size recognition<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

· ridging function<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ause function<br />

· utomatic heatup function<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· imer function<br />

· esidual heat display<br />

· ower setting<br />

· an size recognition<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

CG11<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> gas glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x . <br />

reely adjustable<br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ighpower burner<br />

ormal burner<br />

x x mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

Product description<br />

· ame gas cooktop with<br />

highpower and normal burners<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

· emovable pan support<br />

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CIW1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic wok<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ooking zone size<br />

ooking zone power<br />

ooking zone power setting<br />

Product description<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ause function<br />

· imer function<br />

· esidual heat display<br />

x x mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

· ower setting<br />

· an size recognition<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

CCH1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, <br />

. kg<br />

urface material ®<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ront cooking zone size<br />

ront cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone size<br />

ear cooking zone power<br />

ear cooking zone power setting<br />

Product description<br />

· yper function<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ause function<br />

· utomatic heatup function<br />

x x . mm<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

mm<br />

W<br />

W<br />

· eat retention function<br />

· imer function<br />

· esidual heat display<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

CT1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan stainless steel grill<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

reuency<br />

aximum power consumption<br />

inimum fuse protection<br />

ower levels<br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

urface material<br />

imensions W x x <br />

ooking zone size<br />

ooking zone power<br />

<br />

z<br />

. kW<br />

x <br />

, freely adjustable<br />

kg<br />

tainless steel, brushed<br />

x x mm<br />

x mm<br />

W<br />

Product description<br />

· ullsurface epan stainless<br />

steel grill with one cooking zone<br />

· mm deepdrawn and brushed<br />

stainless steel with<br />

rounded inner corners for<br />

simple cleaning<br />

· reely adjustable temperature<br />

control <br />

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<strong>BORA</strong><br />

Basic<br />

• ompact unit comprising a powerful cooktop and an eective<br />

cooktop extractor<br />

• ooktop and extractor can be simply and intuitively operated using<br />

a central touch control<br />

• Large cooking zones make it possible to cook with two large pans<br />

behind one another despite the compact system dimensions<br />

• low installation height and the integrated recirculating air filter unit<br />

enable optimum use of the space available in the oor unit<br />

• Flush installation or surface mounting, now also with a brushed<br />

stainless steel cooktop frame<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

BFIA<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones<br />

and integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> exhaust air<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Cooktop<br />

· Automatic heat-up function<br />

· Bridging function<br />

· Power setting for all cooking<br />

zones<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Heat retention function<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

· Power management is only<br />

possible at the front or rear<br />

on each side<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

, kW , kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

830 x 515 x 198 mm<br />

pprox. kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

Rear cooking zone power setting<br />

ower levels<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

Connection on the exhaust side<br />

ower levels<br />

Product description<br />

230 x 230 mm<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

230 x 230 mm<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

372 Pa<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

Extraction system<br />

· nergysaving fan motor<br />

· Freely adjustable power control<br />

· Automatic cooktop extractor<br />

function<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

via ome In or ome ut<br />

· Power setting<br />

BFIU<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones<br />

and integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> recirculation<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Cooktop<br />

· Automatic heat-up function<br />

· Bridging function<br />

· Power setting for all cooking<br />

zones<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· Pause function<br />

· Heat retention function<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

· Power management is only<br />

possible at the front or rear<br />

on each side<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

, kW , kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

830 x 515 x 198 mm<br />

pprox. kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

Rear cooking zone power setting<br />

ower levels<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

ower levels<br />

Recirculation connection<br />

Filter medium<br />

Material<br />

Filter area<br />

ervice life<br />

Product description<br />

230 x 230 mm<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

230 x 230 mm<br />

2100 W<br />

3700 W<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

375 Pa<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

650 x 90 mm<br />

ctivated charcoal filter with<br />

ion exchanger<br />

ilter panel with fine filter<br />

x . m<br />

max. h year<br />

Extraction system<br />

· nergysaving fan motor<br />

· Freely adjustable power control<br />

· Automatic cooktop extractor<br />

function<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· Safety shut-down<br />

· ilter service display<br />

· Interface for external devices<br />

via ome In or ome ut<br />

· Power setting<br />

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BIA<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and<br />

integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> exhaust air<br />

BIU<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and<br />

integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> recirculation<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Cooktop<br />

· Power setting for the two front<br />

cooking zones<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

, kW , kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

760 x 515 x 196 mm<br />

25 kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

ower levels<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

Connection on the exhaust side<br />

ower levels<br />

Product description<br />

Ø 210 mm<br />

2300 W<br />

3000 W<br />

Ø 175 mm<br />

1400 W<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

339 Pa<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

1, 2, P<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Extraction system<br />

· Touch-operated power control<br />

ervice life<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ilter service display<br />

Product description<br />

· Power setting Cooktop<br />

· Power setting for the two<br />

front cooking zones<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Pan size recognition<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

, kW , kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

760 x 515 x 196 mm<br />

25 kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

ower levels 1 <strong>–</strong> 9<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

ower levels<br />

Recirculation connection<br />

Filter medium<br />

Material<br />

Filter area<br />

Ø 210 mm<br />

2300 W<br />

3000 W<br />

Ø 175 mm<br />

1400 W<br />

341 Pa<br />

1, 2, P<br />

650 x 90 mm<br />

ctivated charcoal filter with<br />

ion exchanger<br />

ilter panel with fine filter<br />

x . m<br />

max. h year<br />

Extraction system<br />

· Touch-operated power control<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ilter service display<br />

· Power setting<br />

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BHA<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and<br />

integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> exhaust air<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Cooktop<br />

· Hyper stage<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Automatic heat-up function<br />

· Heat retention function<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

. kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

760 x 515 x 196 mm<br />

25 kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

ower levels<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

Connection on the exhaust side<br />

ower levels<br />

Product description<br />

Ø 210 mm<br />

2300 W<br />

3000 W<br />

Ø 140 mm<br />

1200 W<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

339 Pa<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

1, 2, P<br />

Extraction system<br />

· Touch-operated power control<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ilter service display<br />

BHU<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Hyper glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and<br />

integrated cooktop extractor <strong>–</strong> recirculation<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

upply voltage<br />

Frequency<br />

Maximum power consumption<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

Fuse protection/power supply<br />

imensions W x x <br />

Weight incl. accessoriespackaging<br />

Cooktop<br />

· Power setting for the front<br />

left cooking zone yper<br />

cooking zone<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· Timer function<br />

· Residual heat display<br />

· Automatic heat-up function<br />

· Heat retention function<br />

· hildproofing feature<br />

380 <strong>–</strong> 415 V 2N/3N<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

50 Hz<br />

. kW<br />

3 x 16 A<br />

2 x 16 A<br />

1 x 32 A<br />

760 x 515 x 196 mm<br />

25 kg<br />

Surface material SCHOTT CERAN ®<br />

Cooktop<br />

Front cooking zone size<br />

Front cooking zone power<br />

Front cooking zone power setting<br />

Rear cooking zone size<br />

Rear cooking zone power<br />

ower levels<br />

Extraction system<br />

Maximum static pressure<br />

ower levels<br />

Recirculation connection<br />

Filter medium<br />

Material<br />

Filter area<br />

ervice life<br />

Product description<br />

Ø 210 mm<br />

2300 W<br />

3000 W<br />

Ø 140 mm<br />

1200 W<br />

1 <strong>–</strong> 9, P<br />

341 Pa<br />

1, 2, P<br />

650 x 90 mm<br />

ctivated charcoal filter with<br />

ion exchanger<br />

ilter panel with fine filter<br />

x . m<br />

max. h year<br />

Extraction system<br />

· Touch-operated power control<br />

· Automatic after-run<br />

· utomatic cuto<br />

· ilter service display<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

<strong>BORA</strong><br />

System<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> system products complement the <strong>BORA</strong> Professional, Classic and<br />

Basic ranges to create a harmonious complete system for recirculation<br />

and exhaust air solutions.<br />

he perfectly aligned components of the system oer you optimum<br />

performance and 100% functional guarantee. All system components<br />

come from <strong>BORA</strong> <strong>–</strong> whether the cooktop extractors, cooktops, fans,<br />

filters, ducts or wall sleeves.<br />

he system everything from a single source<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

Duct system<br />

Advantages<br />

· Holistic solution<br />

· Unique sealing concept and easy installation<br />

· Smooth surfaces for an improved extraction performance<br />

· Up to 20% reduction in pressure loss<br />

· Fire protection class V0 and construction material class B1<br />

· Oval crosssection for optimised ow<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> 3box<br />

Wall sleeve<br />

Advantages<br />

· Holistic solution<br />

· Simple, mechanical, reliable operation<br />

· Optimised low opening pressure<br />

· Low pressure resistance<br />

· Resistant to environmental inuences<br />

· No additional cable routing for the power supply<br />

or sensor systems required<br />

ER1000<br />

EF1000<br />

UEBF<br />

ERB90<br />

EFBH90<br />

EFR90<br />

EFBV90<br />

EFRG<br />

EFRV<br />

ERV<br />

EFV<br />

EFMS<br />

EFBH15<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

Exhaust ducting<br />

with the <strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube duct system<br />

Variable design options<br />

The exhaust ducting can be installed in various ways. eople usually choose to install the<br />

exhaust ducting in the kitchen’s plinth area, but it can also be integrated into the ooring<br />

under certain conditions.<br />

loor covering<br />

loating cement screed or<br />

bare concrete floor<br />

nderfloor heating<br />

PE foil<br />

hallow duct on the floor covering<br />

hallow duct on the cellar ceiling<br />

ootfall sound insulation<br />

Empty pipe for control line<br />

Reinforcement for withstanding<br />

any loads that occur<br />

hallow duct in the footfall sound insulation<br />

and concrete floor with reinforcement<br />

hallow duct in the footfall sound insulation<br />

with reinforcement<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> fans<br />

tate-of-the-art fan technology<br />

Variable design options<br />

Our broad range of powerful fans ensures that vapours and odours are eciently removed<br />

from kitchens. Whether extracted via the roof or through long, complicated exhaust channels<br />

using an additional fan system components oer almost limitless design options.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> plinth fan <strong>–</strong> ULS<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

370 x 388 x 100 mm<br />

· eveloped inhouse by <br />

· nergy eciency class <br />

· Minimum operating noise<br />

· esign saves space<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> duct fan <strong>–</strong> ULI<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

500 (215) x 264 x 299 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> additional duct fan <strong>–</strong> ULIE<br />

Dimensions (length x height)<br />

260 x 243 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> external wall fan <strong>–</strong> ULA<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

385 x 155 x 410 mm<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> tiled roof fan <strong>–</strong> ULZ<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

390 x 500 x 280 mm<br />

RA at roof fan <strong>–</strong> <br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

500 (215) x 264 x 299 mm<br />

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RA air prication boxes<br />

Powerful filters for your recirculation system<br />

Variable design options<br />

Our air purification boxes enable odours to be eectively eliminated in<br />

recirculation mode in any kitchen.<br />

RA air prication box 1<br />

RA air prication box with activated charcoa ters<br />

Technical data<br />

Technical data<br />

aterial filter<br />

ctivated charcoal foam<br />

aterial filter<br />

ctivated charcoal granulate<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

330 x 436 x 94 mm<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

465 x 560 x 150 mm<br />

ervice life<br />

Approx. 1 year<br />

ervice life<br />

Approx. 2 years<br />

Duct connection<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

Duct connection<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> silencers<br />

Clear reduction in the sound pressure level<br />

Variable design options<br />

Our range of silencers optimally tailored to the overall system oers greater tranuillity<br />

in your kitchen.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> round silencer USDR50/USDR100<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> shallow silencer USDF<br />

Technical data<br />

Technical data<br />

External pipe dimensions<br />

210 mm (exterior)/150 mm (interior)<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

300 x 120 x 433 mm<br />

verall length<br />

585 mm/1085 mm<br />

Weight (incl. accessories/packaging)<br />

Approx. 7.5 kg<br />

Duct connection<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

Duct connection<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube<br />

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<strong>BORA</strong> accessories<br />

The ideal additions for the <strong>BORA</strong> system<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> grill pan UGPC1/UGPI1<br />

Technical data<br />

Dimensions (W x D x H)<br />

Surface material<br />

Pan material<br />

Weight (incl. accessories/packaging)<br />

325 x 357 x 25 mm<br />

(without handles)<br />

Iesist coating<br />

Aluminium<br />

2.5 kg<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> induction wok HIW1<br />

Technical data<br />

Dimensions (diameter)<br />

Ø 360 mm<br />

Surface material ilvinox ®<br />

Pan material<br />

ultilayer material up to the<br />

edge with special coating<br />

UGPC1: noninduction grill pan for iight glass ceramic cooktops<br />

UGPI1: induction grill pan for induction glass ceramic cooktops<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> socket USTF<br />

(type F)<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> socket USTE<br />

(type E)<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> socket USTJ<br />

(type J)<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> socket USTG<br />

(type G)<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> socket USTL<br />

(type L)<br />

Technical data<br />

upply voltage<br />

220 <strong>–</strong> 240 V<br />

Maximum rated power 16 A (type F/E), 10 A (type J)<br />

Dimensions<br />

62.5 mm<br />

Dimensions (thickness)<br />

4.5 mm<br />

The <strong>BORA</strong> socket is available in five<br />

country-specific versions.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Tepan scraper PTTS1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> glass ceramic scraper UGS<br />

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Exhaust system<br />

uitable for all <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor systems<br />

Recirculation system<br />

uitable for all <strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractor systems<br />

The advantage of exhaust air<br />

With the exhaust air system, the fan channels cooking vapours<br />

straight outside through the <strong>BORA</strong> Ecotube duct system and the<br />

box wall sleeve. his removes all vapours and odours from the<br />

cooking area. s, unlike conventional extractor hoods, all <strong>BORA</strong><br />

systems use intelligent ow technology rather than a high ow volume,<br />

less warm inside air is expelled from the house, thereby saving energy.<br />

The advantage of recirculation<br />

The recirculation system is the alternative solution to exhaust<br />

air variants. he fan directs the cooking vapours into the specially<br />

developed , or asic only recirculation filters, which<br />

eectively eliminate odours from the kitchen exhaust air. As such, the<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> recirculation systems keep the air in kitchens fresh. As the<br />

recirculation systems keep the warm air in the house, they are ideal<br />

for passive houses as well as low and nearly zeroenergy buildings.<br />

Exhaust air installation example Professional .0 <strong>–</strong> PA<br />

same principle for Professional PA, Professional and Classic<br />

Recirculation installation example Professional .0 <strong>–</strong> PA<br />

same principle for Professional PA, Professional and Classic<br />

Exhaust air installation example Basic<br />

Recirculation installation example Basic<br />

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Cooking in recirculation mode<br />

umidity when cooking in recirculation mode<br />

Putting the recirculation mode to the test<br />

Extensive internal tests have proven that, subject to proper planning and installation, there<br />

is no relevant increase in humidity inside the adjacent kitchen units when operating <br />

cooktop extractors in recirculation mode.<br />

This means that there is no risk of normal cooking sessions causing moisture damage to<br />

kitchen units or even mould formation. If the indoor environment is kept within the limits of<br />

what feels comfortable, the critical level of rel. humidity for such damage will not be<br />

exceeded at any point.<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> cooktop extractors and recirculation systems are optimally tailored to one another.<br />

he cooktop extractor has an automatic afterrun function to ensure not only sucient air<br />

exchange but also the optimum performance and service life of the recirculating filter.<br />

Test:<br />

0 min. intensive boiling of 1. l water<br />

eating up<br />

Boiling After-run End of after-run<br />

100<br />

90<br />

80<br />

70<br />

60<br />

Rel. humidity %<br />

50<br />

40<br />

0<br />

15<br />

30 45 60<br />

Minutes<br />

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TECHNOLOGY<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional 2.0<br />

Flush installation<br />

Surface mounting<br />

7 +0,5<br />

14<br />

12<br />

10 ... 40<br />

A ±2<br />

R5<br />

B ±2<br />

R5<br />

R5<br />

B ±2<br />

<br />

<br />

516 ±2<br />

544 ±2<br />

00<br />

516 <br />

00<br />

10 ... 40<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor A in mm B in mm<br />

10 374 346<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor<br />

10 346<br />

B in mm<br />

11 5 5<br />

11<br />

5<br />

1 56 <br />

1<br />

<br />

1 110<br />

<br />

110<br />

109 161<br />

<br />

161<br />

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6<br />

R5<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

TECHNOLOGY<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Professional<br />

Flush installation<br />

Surface mounting<br />

14<br />

12<br />

10 ... 40<br />

A<br />

B<br />

B<br />

700<br />

> 74 516<br />

> 700<br />

10 ... 40<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor A in mm B in mm<br />

1/0 374 346<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor<br />

1/0 346<br />

B in mm<br />

1/1 485 457<br />

1/1 457<br />

2/1 856 828<br />

2/1 828<br />

3/2 1338 1310<br />

3/2 1310<br />

4/2 1709 1681<br />

4/2 1681<br />

A mounting rail must be installed between adjacent cooktops. All dimensions from the front edge of the front cover.<br />

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5<br />

R5<br />

TECHNOLOGY<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Classic<br />

Flush installation<br />

Surface mounting<br />

12<br />

10<br />

10 ... 40<br />

A<br />

B<br />

B<br />

600<br />

> 50 495<br />

> 600<br />

10 ... 40<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor A in mm B in mm<br />

2/1 344 320<br />

Cooktops/cooktop extractor<br />

1/0 320<br />

B in mm<br />

1 776 752<br />

2/1 752<br />

3/2 1208 1184<br />

3/2 1184<br />

4/2 1549 1525<br />

4/2 1525<br />

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R5<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

TECHNOLOGY<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> Basic BFIA/BFIU<br />

Flush installation<br />

Surface mounting<br />

6,5<br />

14,5<br />

12,5<br />

834<br />

805<br />


<strong>BORA</strong> SYSTEM<br />

TECHNOLOGY<br />

Warranty extension 2 + 1<br />

<strong>BORA</strong> products are characterised by perfect functionality, premium quality and outstanding reliability.<br />

As proof of our confidence in our products, we have oered all customers an extended warranty since the end of , regardless of which<br />

cooktop extractor system they have chosen.<br />

On each cooktop extractor there is a sticker with a registration code that you can simply enter at www.mybora.com. This automatically<br />

extends the warranty for an extra year, free of charge.<br />

here can nd the warrant sticer<br />

On <strong>BORA</strong> Professional and <strong>BORA</strong> Classic products,<br />

the sticker is on the cooktop extractor. On <strong>BORA</strong> Basic<br />

products, it is on the cooktop. The registration code will<br />

also be printed on the operating instructions label.<br />

5D6DC65<br />

3 Jahre Garantie<br />

nur bei Registrierung unter:<br />

www.mybora.com/registration<br />

3-year warranty<br />

subject to registration at:<br />

www.mybora.com/registration<br />

ow can obtain the extended warrant<br />

Visit our customer portal www.mybora.com and select Warranty from the menu.<br />

imply enter your registration code and complete your details done<br />

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Benedikt Sarreiter, Silke Sevecke,<br />

Ole Zimmer<br />

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0154 Oslo<br />

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F +43 (0) 5373 622 50-90<br />

mail@bora.com<br />

www.bora.com<br />

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www.bora.com<br />

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Andy Cummings<br />

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T +44 (0) 7891 620 553<br />

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mail@bora.com<br />

www.bora.com<br />

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6342 Niederndorf, Austria<br />

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