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Crystal treasure chest nestled in the hills of central Italy

An architectural project that fits harmoniously into the opposites of nature, sea and mountains, making them interact in a scenography without borders or barriers.

It is the Scaldingi house, located in the town of Controguerra in the countryside of Teramo in central Italy, designed by the Scaramucci architecture studio.

 Its dark tones of black and anthracite gray are in deliberate contrast with the white colour of the walls and the ocher yellow of the floors in terracotta with its typical pink reflections.

The configuration of the kitchen is based on functionality and contemporary elegance that contrast with the rural personality of the building.

The kitchen is composed of a peninsula featuring an induction hob and a sink and a linear composition complete of an extractable pantry tall unit with inside lacquered handle and two tall units with push-pull opening, all made on the D90 model.

The tall units are interrupted by an additional worktop, bases and wall units made on the T45 model, the same of the peninsula. Regarding the materials, the kitchen boasts an elegant Nero intense opaco black matt finish matching the worktop and the backsplash, both in Ossido nero black gres.

Design: Studio Scaramucci

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