The absolute novelty of this year is the Pepper Kitchen, designed as a very sober, prismatic central island that combines the Authentic Chrome light wood with Crema Grecia stone. A part of the island protrudes to become the dining area while the other part contains a glass-ceramic cooktop, an extractor and the storage unit. A base cabinet with sink combines a stone worktop with a structure of wood and smoked glass.
On the other hand, the Saffron Kitchen consists of a central island that contains the glass- ceramic cooktop, the extractor and the sink. An architectural combination of Habana Dark stone and Roble Torrefacto stone. The stone slab overhangs the wood, allowing a free dining area. The cabinet, with retractable doors, has got an astonishing cupper metallic finish.
Photos: Alfonso Calza
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