The spotlight is once again on the Diesel Social Kitchen, a meeting point between Diesel’s soul and Scavolini’s know-how, which reinvents the kitchen as a space for socialising, intended as a pure sharing of moments within a distinctly industrial framework. Are you intrigued? We have recently freshened up the look of the kitchen: let’s go over the key features of its style!
One of the special features of the Diesel Social Kitchen is that it ensures maximum customisation of the composition, offering a wide choice of modular components that can be combined to create an original and unique setting, designed on your personal needs and traits.
Space for those who enjoy change and for those who want to rediscover at home the dynamism typical of both life outside the home and social relationships. Yes, because the underlying principle of the project is still that of designing a composition that encourages social interactions.
This is why, for example, we propose the central bench, restyled with the Quarz Serena worktop and steel hood, which is the real social hub of the kitchen: it is here that the family gathers for breakfast, where you can share a drink with friends, or let your partner taste the freshly made pasta sauce... can you imagine the scenario?
Another distinctive feature of the Diesel and Scavolini kitchen is the mood: through custom shaping, treatments and materials, the designers offer unusual and sophisticated combinations, enhancing the room with containers, open-fronted compartments and vintage glass fronted units, an emblem of industrial design.
Also worthy of note are the characteristic monoblocs, like the tall fridge and oven units and the accessories from the Misfits series, particularly the wheeled cart and cabinet, which can be used to furnish new spaces, organise essential objects and always have them at hand in the kitchen or serve a coffee to a guest while recreating a typical bar atmosphere: you will notice that by choosing the “Bar” bridge door handles in Spotless Metal, details of controlled origin, the feeling of being in a bar will be even more intense.