LINEAR KITCHEN WITH CENTRAL ISLAND AND ADJACENT TABLE
A multifunctional, modern and refined space that combines domestic life and design
Beverly Hills immediately evokes suggestive and enchanting villas and residences of the international jet set and the most important stars of American cinema and beyond!
The kitchen created by Houss Expo Italy in one of these dream villas is 50 square meters! Developed on two opposite sides of the room with central island and dining table, the kitchen is characterized by neutral colors in shades of beige and brown. The extreme balance of lines and colour combinations and materials is its distinctive feature.
The main element of the project is the central island, realized on the T30 Air model with light marble for the top and Rovere termotrattato oak veneer with vertical grain for the doors. The adjacent table is on a different level creates a link with to the living environment.
Two linear compositions are developed alongside the island.
Elegant lines and compositional lightness
On one side there is a composition of columns, bases and wall units developed on a linear layout. The T30 Air concept bases, are finished in special Stainless steel oxide lacquer and the wall units are in Rovere termotrattato oak veneer with vertical grain. Glass cabinets feature Stopsole bronze glass with an aluminium frame finished anthracite and back panels in Rovere termotrattato oak veneer. The wall units with electrified opening mechanism are equipped both with LED lighting illuminating the worktop underneath and internal lighting.
Columns in Special lacquered stainless Steel
On the opposite wall columns finished in special Stainless steel oxide lacquer were placed. Developed on the D90 concept they feature push&pull opening system.
The columns are equipped with retractable doors revealing the work area with an extractable worktop in stainless steel.
Further optimization of the space is given by an additional angular pantry. This functional space includes T30 Air concept bases finished in special Stainless steel oxide lacquer and cabinets featuring Stopsole bronze glass that adds lightness and transparency to the project.
Sober and elegant, the entire composition is enhanced by clever use of different finishes between the surfaces. The finishes of bases, columns and wall units, with an industrial appeal, contrast with the brightness of the worktops and the kitchen environment.
Designer: Michelle Bohbot