A kitchen is always the heart of the home, a place where you eat, drink, cook, communicate, sometimes read, work and have fun. The more time you spend in the kitchen, the more important its design is. Fill of light, airy, chic kitchens are very inviting and can make you come more and more often. Don’t forget that a kitchen should also be very functional and practical: all the surfaces are to be covered with some durable materials – stone, corian, steel or concrete for you not to break them, to easily wash them and not to spoil with some chemicals. The design should be versatile and include space-saving elements (even if your kitchen is big, it’s never excessive) and cool organization ways. Today’s spotted kitchen collection is right one of these – it’s not only aesthetically cool but also functional.
A new kitchen series designed by Jasper Morrison is named ‘LEPIC’. The kitchen system is an exercise in detail and finishes, seen through the broad range of different materials and compositions that can be explored. The versatility can be identified in its capacity to be contextualized in different environments inspired by various cultures, which are very different from each other but united through the project’s ambiance. The three kitchen compositions harmoniously mix materials such as the fenix laminate and stainless steel, alongside warm Nordic woods such as Douglas fir and natural oak. Additionally, the styling and presentation of the kitchens symbolically represent three cities: Milan, Tokyo and Stockholm – all tied to the designer’s experiences with the locations. Which city and kitchen do you prefer?