Futuristic wall kitchen by Antonio Lupi – LaCucina
Designed by Marco Casamonti and Andrea Lupi for Antonio Lupi , LaCucina is an elegant kitchen that replaces the usual kick with nothing. The kitchen has no kick because it is attached to the wall.
LaCucina can only be reduced to the counter, backsplash and ceiling shelf.
The counter contains a built-in sink as minimalist as the kitchen itself.
The bright continuous strip of light under the shelf, combined with the black shadow gap under the cabinet, increases the linear dynamics.
The counter has a built-in hob and space for a cutting board. In the ceiling shelf are the cooker hood for the hob and the lighting system.
The worktop is a consistently easy-to-clean Corian surface into which any cooking accessory can be inserted or attached.
The counter can be tailored to any number of configurations – such as creating a single socket or dual counter.
Just as the counter can be adjusted, the number or size of sinks can also be adjusted.
Almost floor-to-ceiling designs can house ovens, refrigerators, and pantries. I almost say floor to ceiling, because the cabinets do not touch the floor.
Dishwashers and wine coolers are often used in LaCucina kitchens.
The integrated light strip guarantees a correct illumination of the workplaces.
Since LaCucina kitchens are wall-mounted, they can be installed at a height adapted to the end user.
LaCucina can be customized in any length with any function without restrictions.
The worktop is the top priority of LaCucina, here all necessary tools are at hand and not hidden.
The fittings and faucets made of satin-finished stainless steel come from the Ayati Collection.