Shaping Silestone Kitchen by Fernando and Humberto Campana
by Harry / May 1, 2012
Via @designlines, a sculptural multi-functional kitchen inspired by the Swiss army knife.


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Unveiled in Milan during Salone del Mobile 2012, the kitchen combined conceptual and sculptural ideas to create an object that could be used every day; integrating a worktop, stove, table and sink.

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The design showcased front panels made using a fine hardwood veneer from a walnut tree cut more than a half a century ago, and included several chairs using the same concept. The kitchen was a showcase for Silestone worktops and the Silestone Integrity sink by Cosentino.

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