Italian Touch – Following the Italian lifestyle the kitchen becomes the communicative core of the house. Modern architecture and Italian flair united harmoniously.
Timeless design, functionality and a touch of extravagance – those are characteristics for Italian design and key features of the interior concept of the kitchen. In the centre is a monolithic and mitre cut block made of Calacatta Statuario, which is equipped with a Teppanyaki grill and induction hob. The cooking island contains invisible drawers for storage. The kidney-shaped dining table for four people made of smoked oak protrudes from the marble block and forms the centre of the room being the communicative core. The amorphous shape of the table mirrors the design of the ceiling with its coved lighting. The use of oak is a recurring theme and develops an exciting contrast to the light colour concept of the kitchen.
Wall hung cupboards include a pocket cupboard with bulthaup devices and an integrated warming drawer by Gaggenau. Mirrors behind the worktops give the illusion of space. Another cupboard with indirect lighting contains additional workspace and a fully integrated wine cabinet by Gaggenau. Lighting seams, Roman Travertin and a warm shade of brown on the wall create an pleasant atmosphere and invites you to linger. Contrasts between surfaces and reference lines result in a suspenseful interaction.