Kitchens are one room where money can easily be spent. Nearly everything in a kitchen is expensive; appliances, flooring, countertops, even fixtures. Many of us make do with the kitchen space we have, and fix up things as the budget allows or repaint when we need a new outlook.
A lot of time can be spent in the kitchen and it can easily become the place that is gravitated to.
One company specializing in kitchen design is Demode. Offering a new outlook on the way a kitchen space can operate, their modern take called Meccanica is an open, modular area.
All materials are meant to last, like the sturdy framing, but are fully recyclable resulting in supplies that lend to zero waste at the end of their life cycle. The assembly process is done without the use of chemicals like commercial glues and formaldehyde.
Unique cabinetry is also a neat feature. Hard doors are replaced with fabric coverings. This allows a surface that is resistant to daily kitchen conditions, like heat, steam heavy use.
The open room invites a connected social space and versatility. The mobility of the space creates an organized environment that lends to productivity but at the same time feels relaxing.
Eliminating both wasted space and the unnecessary use of products, the layout takes advantage of simple but smart storage concepts and ease of use. For a kitchen project, this modern look could be recreated with shelving units, mobile carts and utilitarian features.
The ability to set conventional expectations for a room aside lends to an employable and productive space that will undoubtedly get a lot of use.
All photographs via Demode.
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