A strong and expressive character and refined details highlight the latest project signed by Vincent Van Duysen for Dada/Molteni & C. For Intersection, the Belgian designer is inspired by the works of Piet Mondrian and Carlo Scarpa. The kitchen system has intertwined surfaces with intersecting cast lights and shadows. The worktops made of Breccia Capraia, a natural stone, have solid and relevant thickness, with customisable sections or chiselled as sculptures. The doors are embellished by geometric inlays and lacquered surfaces. The snack top is spectacular, defined by soft lines and supported by a pillar base. The top is characterised by the wood grain and a sensual touch. Suspended, the equipped shelves are designed for various functions and accommodate the hood.
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