Given that the kitchen is also considered a social space, an ideal design would be one that can adapt to accommodate different groups of people and that can also satisfy the needs of a serious chef. Obviously, this would require a lot of space but that’s not the case with “The Cut”, a design by . The customizable, reconfigurable kitchen consists of a central island, ceiling-mounted cabinets and a wall unit, all very chic and simple as well as extremely functional.
Traditional components: Farmhouse (apron) kitchen sink with traditional-style faucet, simple white cabinetry faces. Also the legged wooden island with wood paneling is a lovely traditional touch. Contemporary components: Modern blinds window treatment (and the absence of colored textiles that would’ve comprised a shade or valance), stainless steel accents, and marble countertops are contemporary additions to this huge space.
LaCucina is a collaboration project between Marco Casamonti and . It comes in a form of a large worktop with a single shelf, built-in lighting and extractor hood, an integrated sink and plenty of space for all the accessory one could desire. It comes in two version: as a wall-mounted unit or as an island.
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