Champagne brushstrokes for a refined kitchen

Cesar, cucina Maxima - design Gian Vittorio Plazzogna

COVER: Cesar,  Maxima kitchen – design Gian Vittorio Plazzogna

We want our kitchen minimalist and versatile, discrete and creative, and with an unusual mix of functionality that freely interprets the tastes and needs of us all, with a unique style that draws on the past to dynamically keep up with the latest trends. There is a convivial island where culinary tasks get joined to the pleasure of being at the table, as the preparation area becomes a minimalist monolith dedicated to free movement. Nearby, the dinner table acts as a peninsula and extends the preparation area, but can also be moved to the center of the room. Meanwhile, a few well-organized shelves get alternated between open and closed, in the versatile elegance of this champagne tone, in order to keep everything within reach.

Style details

I pensili per i condimenti.

The shelves for condiments.

There are two suspended compartments for holding the oil, vinegar and spices next to the ladles and silverware to keep things tidy and within reach.

I dettagli ramati.

The copper touches.

The champagne tone of the shelves and the handles are taken back up on the stove and sink. All it takes is a touch like this to turn the classic white kitchen into a refined exercise in style.

Il tavolo coordinato.

The matching table.

Placed next to the kitchen block, it seems to be its natural extension, but it can be placed in the center of the room to host many guests when needed.