Trends New Zealand Volume 33 No 4 - Page 54

Above: A state-of-the-art Eisno wine cooler with dual temperature control and low-E door glass is built into the heart of the display unit. The appliance’s relatively slim appearance is somewhat misleading as the wine cooler has a staggering 150-plus bottle storage capacity. The cooler’s refined metal finishes work well with the Bestwood Melamine on the surrounding joinery. The wine display’s intricate composition and neat fit within the available space was made possible by Aurora’s use of sophisticated design software. search | save | share at which offers a generous load capacity and smooth operation.” As a central focal point in the display, Aurora introduced the Eisno Wine Cooler, which includes dual temperature zones to keeps wines at their correct storage and pouring temperatures. “The wine cooler features a low-E, triple-layer glass door to protect the wine from sunlight, and is internally lit with low-energy white LEDs,” says Xia. “Its slim 600mm width was ideal here where space was limited – but, it still holds 152 bottles.” This furniture-style unit is an example of the calibre of design, technology, sheer ingenuity and wow factor reflected in all the company’s work – be it a one-off piece or up-to-the-minute entertainer’s kitchen. For further details, contact Aurora Australis Interior, Unit 1/155 Blenheim Rd, Christchurch, phone (03) 423 9067. Email: info@aurorakitchen.co.nz, or head online: aurorakitchen.co.nz see more online: search 49132 or aurora at Trendsideas.com