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Costa Mesa Experience Center


We have opened a brand new 6500 sq. ft Experience Center in Costa Mesa, CA. It includes product layouts as they would appear in the home, interactive technology and additional product information with a team of passionate design and cooking specialists.

 

 

Fisher & Paykel partners with chef Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon will create new recipes and dishes that will be available in selected kitchen studios to show consumers the ease and control of Fisher & Paykel ovens and hobs and inspire new cooking ideas.

Fisher & Paykel wins Red Dot awards

Fisher & Paykel's new Gas on Glass cooktop and 60cm Built-In Oven designs have won the prestigious international design award known as 'Red Dot'.

A Cool Brand

Fisher & Paykel has been leading the world in appliance innovations since the early 1980's.Products like the DishDrawer™ dishwasher, the CoolDrawer™ multi-temperature refrigerator and the new 60cm Built-in Oven with ActiveVent technology, have not only pioneered new, compact technologies but have changed appliance design forever.

The Changing Nature of the Kitchen

Mark Elmore, Head of Industrial Design at Fisher & Paykel Appliances, has been designing kitchen appliances for decades. He is particularly interested in the physical and architectural changes that have occurred, and in the sociological and psychological ways in which kitchens have changed over the years.

The Design Story

We live in a designed world and we believe everybody deserves good design.

A Q&A with Chief Designer Lauren Palmer

Chief Designer Lauren Palmer talks to Urbis Magazine.

Expanding Research and Development

Chief executive Stuart Broadhurst talks about Fisher & Paykel's R&D expansion plans.

The Chef's Kitchen

Thanks to Fisher & Paykel, Carl Koppenhagen and Natalia Schamroth's kitchen was designed with functionality and sociability in mind.

The Island Kitchen

Daniel Witten-Hannah and Alex Munro's brief to architect Gerrad Hall laid out that they wanted a house with warm simplicity. Inside, the kitchen was of central importance; they wanted it to be the social heart of the home, simple and refined with close attention to detailing and honest materials.