Ratio, the iconic kitchen designed by Vincent Van Duysen is now further enhanced with the introduction of some new interesting features.
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.
Vincent Van Duysen’s approach for his second collection is solid, based on the presence of building-like compositional forms and on the skillful use of the materials of which he is an undisputed interpreter. Hence Ratio, a modular kitchen where a structure is an undisputed protagonist. 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.
In addition to the traditional linear compositions, Vincent Van Duysen proposes corner solutions, central islands, and accessory units designed to satisfy the most discerning and sophisticated users. Completing the project are snack counters as well as perfectly integrated, innovative washing and cooking solutions.
Material research is oriented to warmth and to Mediterranean features, with a pleasing alternation between sophisticated woods like Mooreiche oak and the black palm and natural stone-like silk georgette marble and natural stones such as silk georgette marble and Rapolano travertine, interspersed with sophisticated metals such as bronze aluminum.
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