Designers up the ante to create functional yet visually striking kitchens, while bathrooms use distinctive materials to make a statement in this round up of international spaces.
Ultimately, a kitchen should offer a series of systems for every stage of the food process – from preparation to cooking to storage. For this reason, designers continue to strive for the utmost in functionality, while maintaining brand integrity with cutting-edge designs that are also aesthetically pleasing. A distinctive element of a Pedini kitchen is its sweeping curved islands and peninsulas, as seen here in the Integra. Adaptability and efficiency in this kitchen are what sets it apart, while materials such as white oak in the peninsula, quartzite gris anthracite in the curved countertop, and a grey oak table provide the perfect sleek finish. www.pedini.it.