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Kitchen planning that creates structure and focuses on social interaction

15 Jul 2023

Kitchen planning that creates structure and focuses on social interaction

Spacious interiors exude a luxurious sense of freedom – they offer scope for personal development. This is why it is all the more important to create zones within the open space that visually convey calm and a sense of security and, at the same time, define self-contained functional areas.

Within the context of the Collection 2023, with which LEICHT illustrates various planning scenarios, the German premium manufacturer shows a concept which, using framing architectural elements, exemplifies how cooking and living skilfully merge in a living space that is opened up to the full.

The kitchen is seen as an elementary part of living which, on the one hand, gives its occupants a communicative meeting point for togetherness and, on the other, a safe haven in our hectic everyday life. In the centre, conceived as the hub of family life, this kitchen features a handle-less island block with an integrated seating area which is given a special structure all round by the successful real wood surface programme BOSSA in walnut.

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The protruding, linear ridges of the multi-award-winning BOSSA front create a warm-looking, uniform appearance and give the kitchen a three-dimensional, extremely vital look – a deliberate planning decision to create an elegant but also vital effect.

In combination with a natural stone worktop from the LEICHT programme ROCCA, and self-contained wall elements behind it with integrated functional and living areas, the result is a visionary scenario that relies on durable, quality materials on the one hand and conveys a feeling of home on the other.