Introduced during Milano Design Week, Dada’s Ratio collection by Vincent Van Duysen offers up a bold new vision of the modern modular kitchen. In Ratio, structure is the main ingredient, with compositional forms showcasing Van Duysen’s masterful interplay of materials like wood, stone, marble, and aluminum.
The basic architecture consists of wall units, columns, hoods, and accessories all based on simple metal grids. Tops of varying thicknesses are all connected to the minimalist structural elements to create an elegant interplay of balances.
As Van Duysen explains: “The kitchen is developed over two layers: the structural layer, consisting of the uprights, and the surface layer. The interplay of vertical and horizontal lines gives the product a strikingly graphic and architectural expression.”
Elegant woods like Mooreiche oak and black palm, natural stone like Silk Georgette marble and Rapolano travertine, and bronze and aluminum embellishments all blend beautifully together to give Ratio a warm, Mediterranean feel, ideal for the intimate heart of every home.