In the past we've seen many modular kitchen designs, but this project by renowned Brazillian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana for Spanish stone manufacturer Cosentino, is one of the most elegant we've seen. The functionality is based on a Swiss army knife mechanism and is composed of three components that form a complete, fold out kitchen.
Originally shown during Milan Design Week earlier this year, the design was showcased last week in London for the annual 100% Design trade show. The worktops are made in Cosentino's Silestone quartz and expertly integrate various elements into the design including a counter top, stove, sink, and table. Made from over 90% natural quartz crystals, Silestone worksurfaces by Cosentino have nearly four to five times the strength of granite and a high resistance to scratch, stain and heat. The work surfaces are also extremely hygienic and available in over 60 distinctive through-body colors with a shade and consistency that is not found in natural stone.
The design also features a built-in Silestone Integrity sink and the front panels are made using fine walnut veneer.
For more information visit www.silestoneusa.com
About the manufacturer: Cosentino is a global leader in the production and distribution of quartz, natural stone, and recycled surfaces. Based in southern Spain, Cosentino is a family-owned business with a large international presence. Cosentino's worksurfaces are distributed in over 50 countries world wide. The company focuses on the design, production and distribution of architectural and decorative solutions made from natural stone that are designed to provide innovative and functional solutions for the home and public spaces.