ONE COLOUR, TWO
Any kitchen design is a result of interdependent materials, finishes and products, but in the hands of expert designers, the material palette can be pared back without loss of character. This kitchen is given absolute clarity with one colour – black – and two materials: ‘Old Black Pine’ and Dekton ‘Sirius’. It shows the potential of Minimal Style and integrated appliances within the K14 kitchen system designed by Norbert Wangen.
The K14 system enabled the creation of a monochromatic kitchen that is the epitome of simplicity. Nineteen appliances, most seamlessly integrated, are distributed into two architectural elements. The ‘monobloc’ island conceals four integrated DishDrawer™ dishwashers and four CoolDrawer™ modules. The integrated wine Column's inset-glass hints at the hidden depths of the cabinetry, which also conceals Column refrigerator and freezer solutions.
In any kitchen, integration details are the key to creating an ‘architecture within an architecture’. At the island's end, the facing panel of a CoolDrawer™ rakes back at 45 degrees to create a perfectly mitred seam, maintaining the frameless appearance. The island top's 30–degree bevel is an iconic K14 detail that makes the surface appear to float, while providing ergonomic access to the integrated DishDrawer™ and CoolDrawer™ solutions below.
EXPLORE THE DETAILS
Quiet and refined, the Minimal Style is the perfect complement to our collection of integrated appliances. The singular aesthetic and monochromatic design details blend seamlessly with the kitchen, supporting the clarity and integrity of the architectural concept.