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Kitchens Aug 14, 2023

Visual and texture intensity characterise a “layered” kitchen

A colour palette that draws on earth nuances guides the texture path of an island kitchen with refined details. Combining the table and the sink area in a multifaceted composition, the island builds a set of different shades and finishes

From the surface of the table and the cabinet behind it in Arpa® 0759 Rosso Purjai, with Bloom technology and Lucida reflective and soft finish; to the chiselled worktop in the new Rorà finish in Arpa® 3514 Brera Red; till the captivating, ribbed frame of Arpa® Tuet. A layered design portrait where each surface is a unique aesthetic and tactile experience

Applied vertically on the front side of the counter, Tuet – the first Deep Surface by Arpa®, here in the 4644 Caravella Light version – catalyses the eye. It gives both light to the surrounding dark environment and increases the contrast thanks to its “waves”. The surface’s alternation emphasises the intensity of the space and, accompanied by the sinuous shapes of the overhanging chandelier, creates a dynamic and contemporary style.

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