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Thursday, 10 May 2012

Snow Blind Abyss







At first glance it might seem that this is your average, run of the mill, been there, done that white monolithic kitchen, but upon closer inspection it seems that this design is attempting to raise the bar by creating division.
The snow blinding whiteness helps to camouflage a deep functional gorge, an abyss that strikes though the heart of this kitchen like a hot knife through butter.  This worktop fracture acts as a docking station for contrasting walnut accessories which help stimulate the design and assist functionality. 
It could be argued though that this unique feature could resist its intended functional programming, unwittingly attracting worktop elements in an invisible gravitational tractor beam and causing them to fall beyond the natural reach of the user. 
The integrated induction technology, which is only defined by light worktop incisions, gives this design a futuristic and minimal edge while the perforated doors add subtle texturing to the design. 

2 comments:

  1. Simply beautiful. I do enjoyed reading your blog. I'll keep visiting for more of your posts.

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  2. Thank you for that comment - The Mogul is delighted! Much appreciated:-)

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