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52 PRODUCT GUIDE KITCHEN AND LIFESTYLE STYLISH ACCESSORIES PSI Journal 5/2016 www.psi-network.de At the heart of life at home is the kitchen. Since the “invention” of this living space, this has applied throughout the centuries to the present day. Here is a selection of beautiful, useful and thus clever advertising extras associated with this topic. Who would have thought that? The first verifiable structures of a kitchen, that is to say an area for food preparation that is distinguishable from a pure fireplace, were discovered in the excavation finds of the pre-ceramic Neolithic A structures of Jericho from the 8th millennium BC. This is proof that the culture of cooking is one of the oldest achievements forming civilizations. Since then, much has certainly changed in this area. However, the further stage of the prehistoric fireplace, the kitchen, still remains the centre of domestic life. In addition to its pure function as a place for preparing food, the kitchen has always been, in the course of its evolution, a determining element in the development of housing and a reflection of social structures, and consequently of lifestyle. In our April issue, we focus on the accessories associated with this theme and complement our selection of products with more new promotional ideas from the lifestyle sector. <

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