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Kitchen design: Innovations in form and function

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Original title: Kitchen innovations

Completely reimagined, the kitchens of today herald the start of a new era. Designers are constantly revisiting both the form and function of this key room in the house, creating exceptional spaces in tune with their surroundings.

This kitchen from the Phoenix collection by Poliform, available from Latitude Nord, is seen here with matte lacquer and black elm finishes. This combination of colours and neutral textures gives the space a unique appearance. Pure beauty! Phoenix by Poliform, from Latitude Nord, latitudenord.com

Designed by Gabriele Centazzo for Valcucine by Montauk, the Riciclantica eco-tech kitchen has doors sporting a finish that combines a light appearance with extreme durability, thanks to the use of special materials like carbon, aluminium, stainless steel and laminate. Manufactured with attention to detail, this unique model is resistant to water, steam and heat. Riciclantica by Valcucine, from Montauk, montauksofa.com

Designed using recyclable materials, this kitchen offers multiple finish options. The slim glass worktop means drawers can be installed the full length of the counter. Similar to a luxury car equipped with the latest technology, this kitchen features glass-front cabinets that open with a simple wave of the hand, thanks to a built-in sensor system. Made of ultra-hygienic material, these tempered glass elements are available in different shades. Genius Loci by Valcucine, from Montauk, montauksofa.com

To enhance ergonomics in the kitchen, Valcucine has created a storage module with a single door that is fully integrated into the worktop; it is designed to hold small utensils, containers, and electrical sockets. The whole door opens with a slight touch of the hand, offering visibility and immediate access to the contents. Logica Theca by Valcucine, from Montauk, montauksofa.com

Made in Brazil, the Workshop collection of enamelled porcelain slats, available at Céragrès, replicates the look of wood grain and is the ideal easy-to-maintain choice for bringing warmth to a kitchen. It is available in three timeless, elegant colours: ash, graphite and white. Workshop by Céragrès, ceragres.ca

The SieMatic FloatingSpaces panel system offers a variety of installation options to create fluid transitions from one room to the next. The panels are available in several types of materials. The cabinets pictured here are in oak, demonstrating how the choice of material can truly enhance your surroundings. The absence of handles and the cabinets’ ultra-smooth doors highlight the noble wood and imbue the kitchen with a sleek style that is never out of fashion. FloatingSpaces by SieMatic, siematic.com

SapienStone stoneware slabs by Ciot look exactly like natural stone, thanks to a unique manufacturing process that creates veins in the body of the porcelain. Available in several colours, this product can be used for kitchen counters, floors, walls and fireplaces in interiors of all styles. It can also be used outdoors for counters and vertical surfaces. SapienStone by Ciot, ciot.com

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In this kitchen from Italian company Poliform, available at Latitude Nord, the walnut canaletto finish of the island cabinets contrasts with the stainless Barazza counter top and integrated sink. Phoenix Collection by Poliform, from Latitude Nord, latitudenord.com

The design of the SieMatic Pure kitchen collection contains no superfluous elements. A slight touch is all that is needed to open the doors and drawers of this model designed in onyx oak, a high-quality wood-grain laminate. The wood finish creates a warm, elegant ambience in the home, while the minimalist look of the cabinets is perfect for understated, contemporary interiors. Pure by SieMatic, siematic.com

The Wood-Mode cabinetry company makes high-quality cabinets of all styles. Available at Grolle, the Oceanside Kitchen collection evokes the sea and its environment by blending the blue of the water with the grey of the rocks. The result is a fresh, soothing look, perfect for relaxing. Oceanside by Wood-Mode, from Grolle, grolle.com

Pure volumes and fluid lines define this kitchen, which was designed down to the last detail to facilitate every movement and use. The aluminium door structure offers endless combinations and the textured surfaces create pleasant tactile experiences in this beautiful kitchen. Artematica, designed by Gabriele Centazzo for Valcucine, from Montauk, montauksofa.com

Modern bridges, composed of two solid structures on either side supporting a horizontal surface, were the inspiration for designer Garcia Cumini’s Williamsburg kitchen island by Cesar. This imposing, multipurpose element invites everyone to gather around the heart of the home. Williamsburg by Cesar, from Pure Cuisines, purecuisines.com

The innovative Dresscode line of ceramics by Céragrès is composed of three-sided wall tiles that challenge the status quo. These tiles come in two surface types, smooth or concave, and are available in four different colours with a matte or glossy finish. A wonderful way to invigorate kitchen walls with highly original designs. Dresscode by Céragrès, ceragres.ca


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