With the widespread rise in popularity of modern style, more and more kitchen collections rely on geometry as their core strength, focusing everything on clean-cut, well-balanced silhouettes. Would you like to take a deep dive into a particular model? Prepare to say goodbye to bulky furniture and welcome in minimal and refined kitchen compositions.
The Motus collection by Scavolini, designed by Vittore Niolu, fits in perfectly with contemporary living. Indeed, as you can see, it is not its unusual silhouettes that will astound you, but rather its understated yet stylish design, capable of making this kitchen striking in its simplicity.
Have you already picked your favourite composition? With soft and enveloping geometric shapes, each item of furniture guarantees versatile use of the kitchen setting, accommodating various day-to-day activities.
Distinguishing features of Motus: the handle-less door opening, the singular restyling of the door with glass inserts, the geometry of the shaped drawer, the dedicated islands and peninsulas.
Another kitchen in which geometric design is expressed to the full is Formalia: what’s your first impression? By toying with the layout of elemental kitchen furniture, designer Vittore Niolu succeeded in achieving exceptional aesthetic results, imbuing the entire home with personality.
A distinctive feature of the project is without a doubt the shaped door featuring a handle at the top that is available in various colours: this shaping makes the composition stark, drawing attention as one enters the kitchen: be honest, isn’t it the first thing you noticed in the pictures too?
However, the door is not the only geometric detail of this modern kitchen: also perfectly in sync with the game of silhouettes are the Status Wall Systems, included directly within the kitchen project, installed as a partition element between adjoining living areas, or used as support for the island bench. Which solution would you go for?
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