Silk designed by alberto minotti glass and precious natural fabric are the ingredients that characterize the shape of this kitchen designed by alberto minotti. The doors, glossy as to seem almost incorporeal, are created by the aggregation of glass, silk and metal, bringing a result that is luxurious, refined yet linear and minimal at the same time. The technology used to make this kitchen is very high and manages to combine the power and timelessness of the materials with man’s ingenuity, his creativity and his most innovative techniques. A feature of the design is the stone presented in a different way, the worktop is divided like the bases proposed below and for each portion of the worktop, another follows, oriented ninety degrees from the previous one. This system emphasizes the junction of the top to the advantage of an aesthetic intertwining game capable of making their extension infinite in the length of the kitchen, avoiding the dimensional constraint of the stone. An exchange of lines that creates a design parallelism with the weaves of the fabric. The breaks in the top make the proposal of the tall units invisible in the aesthetics with the appliances that automatically emerge from the worktop when needed, only to then return hidden once their use is finished.
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