Expanding on his 2018 design, Piero Lissoni’s Combine for Boffi now includes an open metal structure with drawers to connect the cooking and working blocks, a built-in solid oak stave table and a fixed hanging matte black aluminum utensil bar with embedded LEDs, plus tall storage units and integrated appliances. New finishes — Carrara marble and a matte black scratch- and fingerprint-resistant stainless steel — are also offered.
A unifying moulding runs across the volumes of this system by Poliform, allowing the neatly tapered edges to contain integrated handles; the result is a sleek handle-free front. Appliances — both vertical and under-counter models — can also be concealed behind the cabinet and island panels for a seamless look. And it can be paired with the new Infinity Modular hood system of stainless-steel and glass components, which incorporate lighting, spice racks and Phytolite grow lamps.
Architect and designer Giuseppe Bavuso conceived K-Lab for Ernestomeda as an at-home industrial-style kitchen. Alternating open units and solid volumes can be finished in a range of materials, from platinum, onyx and graphite satin-metallics and various oak veneers to extremely matte lacquers. Back-painted silver, the glass doors (not shown) also feature a diamond pattern to subtly obscure the objects behind them.
Two years in development, Scavolini‘s BoxLife by Rainlight collection now includes the Boxi kitchen. The 22-millimetre-thick plain-faced doors have a 45-degree cutout to incorporate a handle for a clean-lined look throughout. In the iteration shown here, an oak-veneer table cantilevers off the central island for a convenient dining area. Fifteen glossy and matte lacquered finishes are offered, as are other wood veneers, melamine and clay.
Francesco Meda designed this universal accessory system to work with all Dada kitchens. Influenced by Cartesian coordinates, it comprises vertical and horizontal elements built around a central channel that can be outfitted with outlets, hoods, plate racks, knife holders and more. Open aluminum framing can hold wood or stainless-steel shelves with hooks, while a 130-by-130-centimetre wooden board does double duty as a work surface and informal table.
Continuously expanded on since its 2013 introduction, the Gamma kitchen by Antonio Citterio, shown here at the recently opened showroom in Vancouver’s Livingspace, is now a full range that can be mixed and matched to suit specific needs. Still characterized by the flat-panel door fronts with inset grooved handles, Gamma is offered in dozens of materials and finishes, including Armour (a high-grade scratch-resistant laminate), lacquers, natural wood and others.
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