Move is a kitchen whose elements set in motion give a visual spectacle, revealing hidden functions inside the solids. Fully finished in marble, the island brings to mind a contemporary work of art. Its original form is shaped by edges set at different angles. The furniture-object essentially consists of two parts. The smaller one, thanks to the use of innovative technology, smoothly slides away, emerging from the interior a table.

The tall built-in cabinets, on the other hand, are characterized by minimalism and functionality. Their subtle elegance is emphasized by the hand-brushed veneer with which the pocket doors are covered. The built-ins include three sections finished in stone, which was also used in the kitchen island. The section that is the cooking zone is fitted with a cooktop and a hood located in a stone encased shelf. A faucet for filling pots and pans and shelves for spices and various accessories are hidden behind an electrically raised panel of matte black glass. Another section houses the dishwashing area with a stone sink. 
Here, too, behind a movable glass panel, there are shelves. The last section provides space for a 76 cm wide oven and anodized aluminum shelves. The Move kitchen is defined by fluidity and dynamism. The movement of the elements.

Photo: Tom Kurek

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