KITCHEN TRENDS 2022:
impressive volumes, minimalist forms and expressive materials
With their expressive material and colour compositions, these characteristic kitchen elements look both minimalist and homely inviting. The basic geometric shapes are balanced by the refined details and massive, dominant elements. The smooth, striking Grigio Carnico limestone of the cooking island and the generous panelling emphasise the special geometry of the new front strips in mottled Oak Travertine.
At the centre is the cooking island from StoneDesign range, which is surrounded on four sides by 30 mm thick natural stone. An asymmetrically cantilevered round bar table rests on the island. A support foot and a 70 mm thick substructure made of striped Oak Travertine support a 12 mm thick support of the quartzite White Fantasy.
The 80 mm thick worktop of the sink unit, the lining of the niche and the new 140 mm thick shelf in the same quartzite provide a striking contrast to the dark limestone.
Room-high cabinets to the left and right of the base units provide a fresh accent with their fresh grey-violet colour - one of the 1950 colours of the SieMatic Individual Colour System - and offer lots of storage space without dominating the room.
The new SLX glass cabinet with embossed glass and matt black glass strips, which is centrally positioned, accentuates the longitudinal axis. The pull-out cubes suspended in the glass cabinet have the same matt black colour.
The kitchen as a whole with its beautiful materials, shades and contrasts not only looks fresh and contemporary, it also plays - typical SieMatic MONDIAL - with the proportions and, in the form of depth differences, with the shifting of volumes.