Futuristic Kitchen Design Inspired By Origami

Futuristic design, new and edgy concept can be achieved by using traditional design like Japanese origami figures. Artica Kitchen by Estudiosat for manufacturer Delta Cocinas was inspired by origami and the Arctic, of course. That’s why the patterns are irregular, with the effect of folded paper. The result is very emotional, striking white surface fronts... 
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Modern and Mannish Kitchen With Carbon Doors

We already showed you the P’7340 kitchen by Poggenpohl designed by Porsche Design. The kitchen has really mannish and futuristic design but this year it was updated anyway. A new front has been give to this awesome kitchen. Carbon was used to style its doors. Familiar from motor racing, the ultra-light yet extremely strong and... 
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Futuristic IKEA Kitchen from 2040

Can you imagine how kitchens would look like in 2040? IKEA visualized its vision for a kitchen of future. The “SKARP” concept has been designed after 2,000 people were surveyed on how kitchens would look like in 2040. The picture below shows how hi-tech kitchens would look like and what gizmos they would feature. Food... 
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Futuristic Kitchen Design from Italy by Toncelli

Esential Wind is another awesome kitchen design by Italian manufacturer Toncelli. It’s inspired by plain wind and comes in two variants with or without island. The island is 84 centimeters high while the cooking area is 72cm high plus 3cm for working area made of natural stone gray quartzite. Exclusive Tnoncelli’s hood has automatic positioning... 
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Futura Kitchen Cabinets by Moretuzzo

The special feature of the Futura collection by Moretuzzo is that all doors are edge trim in brushed aluminum. The presence of metal is the unifying theme running through kitchen compositions made with Futura, which are always original in shape and colour. Trimmed with aluminum laminate contrast with the wenge finishing on the horizontal surfaces.... 
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100% Recyclable Kitchen by Valcucine

Valcucine has created an innovative structure with glass base units which, eliminating the second side panel, also in glass, gives the arrangement such a clean and lightweight appearance that it looks almost ethereal. The design is eco-friendly, no glue was used in the Invitrum base unit system. The decreased volumes imply less waste of resources... 
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Futuristic Kitchen Design by Eggersmann

German people are all about futurism. One of their oldest family kitchen manufacturers, Eggersman, took this in mind while creating their Unique Corian collection. It’s perfect for people who think that “less is more” aren’t happy with usual minimalist kitchens. Sharp, clear-cut lines are a key aspect of the design, with a sink that has... 
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