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Handle-Less Natural Kitchen Design – Vao by Team7

Fri, May 21, 2010 | Kitchen designs | By Mike

Vao kitchen is designed by Sebastian Desch for Team7. It was recently presented on Eurocucina 2010 and continues the line of Team7’s kitchens made of pure natural wood and features similar to them simple and elegant forms. The fronts of the cooking island with a re-entrant base at the sides come with a delicate mount to create a sense of lightness and bring out the beauty of the wood. This elegant framing is also continued in the kitchen units and in the upper and middle cupboard areas. The drawer fronts are 21 mm thick, emphasising the character of this natural wood and, in combination with the visible end-grain wood at the sides, enhancing the feel of this sensual material every time a drawer is opened. The fronts are available in 7 different types of wood, each of which brings a different air to the room thanks to their special character. The vao kitchen worktop is available in natural stone, quartz or compact high pressure laminate. The new handle-less design of the Vao kitchen is one more amazing work by Team7.

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  1. Joseph Says:

    I don’t really know what I would do with a kitchen, were I blessed with all the room in the world in which to put said kitchen. And, yes, I do know that no one really has “all the room in the world,” but lots and lots of people have considerably more room than I have! All I can do, I guess, is just keep surfing the Internet, hoping that I will find designs that I can put to use in my own kitchen. A little here, a little there, that sort of thing. That said, I will say, and I DO say, that you have given me much to think about with your concepts, and I thank you for sharing your ideas. And who knows? Maybe one fine day I will be sharing an absolutely smashing, albeit small, kitchen design!

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