Modern Contemporary Design


Shaping Silestone Kitchen by Fernando and Humberto Campana

shaping_silestone_kitchen_fernando_humberto_campana.jpg Via @designlines, a sculptural multi-functional kitchen inspired by the Swiss army knife.


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.


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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