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Miele at Taymouth Castle in Perthshire

With their linear design and minimalist styling, Miele kitchen appliances have a distinctive appeal. Symmetrical proportions and high-quality materials convey a sense of style and refinement

Simple lines and an identifiable design ethos underpin Miele’s entire product range, allowing for flexibility of applications. Miele appliances blend seamlessly into any décor, from traditional to ultra-modern settings.

Elegantly simple exteriors conceal the most up-to-date Miele technologies. A consistent focus on experience-led design has been the driving force of truly useful innovations. Miele caters for a multitude of lifestyle needs with their kitchen range. Despite their diversity of functions, products show a unity of technology and design, characteristic of Miele. Longevity of operation gives its appliances vital eco-credentials.

Those specifying Miele can look forward to collaborating with a dedicated projects team, who offer a bespoke end-to-end service. Working at the leading edge for over 15 years, Miele offers an online contract quoting system, design and installation advice, guidance on networking appliances, marketing support and on-site technical assistance.

McKenzie Strickland Associates recently worked with Miele Projects on a new landmark Scottish development. Dating from the 19th century, Taymouth Castle in Perthshire is being restored and transformed into a leading sporting estate with a collection of luxury residences, all featuring Miele appliances.

Castle and estate have an abundance of architectural heritage, and coupled with the premium nature of the project,
require sound design and perfect performance results, to ensure residents have more time to do what they enjoy and reliable appliances to enjoy what they do.

By choosing Miele, Taymouth Castle aims to offer residents the ultimate cooking experience.


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