Luxury Italian-designed kitchens pull double duty as second living rooms, becoming the home’s focal point.
Ora ïto for Scavolini
This highly customizable collection focuses on the relationship between the living room and the kitchen. By eliminating wall units and offering complementary furnishing options for both rooms, designer Ora ïto created a synergy that allows the rooms to combine.
The circular, independent Air Kitchen allows guests to take part in the cooking process, creating a dynamic and fun dining and entertaining experience. An integrated induction hob appears to float on its glass legs, and when the island is not in use, it resembles a regular dining table.
Canaletto walnut can be paired with matte black or stainless steel to combine the warmth of home with the aesthetic of a professional kitchen. A new, oversize 33-inch counter width provides ample space for cooking, and the cabinets are available in six door finish options.
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Tactility is behind the design of these kitchens, outfitted with a mix of natural and technical materials. A 30-degree recessed edge gives the illusion that the units are one continuous piece. This fluidity, paired with fresh materials like brushed graphite marble and supermatte lacquered wood, creates sophisticated vignettes.
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The combination of navy blue lacquered cabinetry, rose copper hardware, and Pirgon stone creates a very chic kitchen, suited for the style-minded. The sink and stove are concealed under two sliding chopping boards on tapered guides, which, when closed, create a perfectly level bench top. Additionally, interior surfaces are available in fabric and grain leather.