Kitchen observations by Blum
Watching over the shoulder of the kitchen user
In order to develop products that are tailored to meet the actual needs of users, we must know their habits, needs and desires.
Observe, analyze, understand
For the last 10 years we have been observing kitchens through the use of video cameras, questionnaires and other research tools.
During our observations we pay attention to, among other things, what the most common activities and processes in the kitchen are, and we identify a variety of practical requirements for kitchens. For example, the storage space requirements, internal organization or functional requirements for our products. The findings are incorporated into the development of our products.