This eccentric live-in kitchen concept was created by Lisiane Scardoelli and João Pedro Crescente. This kitchen displays unique features, from urban works of art to creative light installations, it integrates eclectic elements of décor. The space is defined by two volumes: the dark gray volume which is functional and the silver one to accentuate the design. The kitchen has two entrances, one embossed through a bar and the other envisioned as a tunnel built directly into the furniture. All the kitchen equipment is carefully arranged and fun elements are randomly displayed throughout the kitchen area. The seating area was highlighted through the use of LED lighting and neon art. I’ve never seen a more original kitchen than this one, and have you?