Henge Sweet Henge: Home Design’s Tastiest Trend is the Kitchen
Take the very finest materials, a passion for meticulous craftsmanship, and an innate sense of what stylish, contemporary living is all about, and you have the ingredients that make Henge kitchens so wildly popular. Hailed as a model of modern refinement and elegance, a Henge kitchen transforms the very essence of what has always been the heart of the home, turning it into a place of beauty where the social and culinary opportunities are endless.
Making the kitchen the protagonist of the modern home was the vision of Henge creative director and designer Massimo Castagna. With family life and hospitality evolving around the kitchen, Castagna’s looks both elevated and integrated the space into the wider home environment, dressing it up to match its new role. Striking, sculptural designs are enhanced with sophisticated touches including rare and luxurious natural materials like marble, titanium, faceted stone, and leather.
With three different models to choose from, Henge kitchens are endlessly customizable for optimal functionality. Ozone is a freestanding sculpture in faceted stone, with oak thermowood, automatic drawers with black leather lining, and black, burnished steel internal partitions. The painstaking attention to detail extends to the marble, crafted so the veins flow from the worktop to the sides. Oneon’s rounded stone and metal surfaces serve up an impression of strength, with a warm and inviting organic impact. The third model, Oxygen, is exuberantly contemporary, with its thick metal front accented with original Henge finishes in titanium, pale gold, silver, and brass.
All three Henge designs can be customized with your choice of stones, metals, and sizes. While each is a standout, luxury piece, designed to take center stage, they can also be combined with Henge’s furnishings and systems created for the living room, further blending the line between the spaces and redefining the best in contemporary living.
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