August 30, 2017
Dada’s VVD Kitchen, designed by Vincent Van Duysen, is a lovely study in contrasts.
Wood veneer, stone, and aluminum intersect in a linear composition that manages to be simultaneously formidable and streamlined.
Thick stone worktops convey durability and solidity, while slim side and end units establish a compelling counter-play.
Pullout trays, open-ended drawers, and undertop trolleys enhance functionality—increasing storage capacity and making excellent use of space.
The ultra-thin aluminum frame elevates the entire unit—establishing a light, ineffable aesthetic while enhancing flow and facilitating hidden handles.
Dada also offers matching ceiling units and glass cupboards. Available materials include natural stones such as porphyry and ceppo de gré; wood veneers in bleached oak and walnut; brushed steel; and lacquered finishes in oak graphite, baltic green, titan, and pewter.
For specifying information, contact Dada.
Posted August 30, 2017 by Joseph Starr