Ratio, the iconic kitchen designed by Vincent Van Duysen is now further enhanced with the introduction of some new interesting features.
Metal grids define the basic architecture, wall units, columns, hoods and accessories. Full volumes, empty volumes and tops of different thicknesses are hooked to the slender and minimal techno/structural elements, creating an elegant interplay of balances.
With the aim of satisfying the most demanding and sophisticated user, Ratio is enriched with new floor bases, equipped with slatted doors and internal lighting, which integrate the handles with profiles of the same thickness, designing a decorative frame that gives rhythm to its structure.
The research on materials is always oriented towards warmth and Mediterranean characters, with alternation between refined essences such as thermo oak, and sophisticated natural stones such as the new Breccia Capraia.
"The kitchen is based on two layers: the structural layer, formed by the pillars, and the surface layer," says Van Duysen. "The play of vertical and horizontal lines gives the product a very architectural expression, characterized by the sweeping lines of the vertical pillars and the doors and rear surfaces."