Island on legs

A floating solitaire

How do you make a kitchen island float? Simple: Give it slender legs to stand on.

 

To take weight off the communicative center of the kitchen that is the idea of the island on legs. The feet rejuvenate towards the outside, which emphasizes the reduced character. An island that becomes a communicative solitary. Their floating look underlines the kitchen architecture perfectly.

To achieve the sleek look, the island´s frame uses a visually discreet design in onyx black. 

 

The cooking island with its asymmetrical legs stands in the centre of the room as a statement piece. Nothing disturbs the cubic design as the Tip-On drawers do not require handles. This underpins the minimalistic appearance. This makes the kitchen island look even more minimalist.

 

The island frame comes in widths of up to 320 cm and depths of 90 cm to 120 cm.

 

The monochrome cooking island seems to almost float on its legs. With its handleless design and generous size, it is like a minimalistic work of art. Behind it is a tall unit with retractable doors, which stylishly conceals both kitchen appliances and the unit contents and gives the room a pleasantly peaceful feel when closed.

 

 

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