Belgian architect and interior designer Vincent Van Duysen has created an elegant study of contrast with the VVD Kitchen for Dada.
20 December, 2017
Dada, a premium kitchen brand from Italian furniture company Molteni&C, has collaborated with Belgian architect and interior designer Vincent Van Duysen for a kitchen line.
The VVD Kitchen is Van Duysen’s study of contrast. It pairs solid volumes and warm woods with crisp lines and strips of metal. The kitchen island, for example, pairs a thick countertop with slim side and end units while slim aluminium profiles frame the wooden cabinet door, elegantly suspending the composition from the floor. This interplay gives rise to a sophisticated and dynamic look.
Generous pullout trays, open-ended drawers and undertop trolleys make for effortless kitchen logistics while elegant ceiling units and slim glass cupboards complete the architectural look of the collection.
In addition to these, the VVD Kitchen is also equipped with technological details such as an innovative pivot hinge that allows the door to open 180 degrees man make the internal space more useful, built-in LED strips for clearer visibility, and discreet, recessed aluminium frames and handles that improve grips.
In Singapore, Dada Kitchen is exclusively available from P5.
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