If you are looking for a modern industrial kitchen with an elegant design, you have come to the right place. Dada’s VVD kitchen, designed by Vincent Van Duysen, is a beautiful study in contrasts. Wood veneer, stone and aluminum intersect in a linear composition that is impressive and streamlined at the same time.
Thick stone countertops convey durability and strength, while slim side and end units provide a compelling counterpoint. Extendable trays, open-ended drawers and undercarriage enhance functionality – increase storage capacity and make excellent use of space. The ultra-thin aluminum frame elevates the entire unit – creating a lightweight, outrageous aesthetic, enhancing flow and facilitating hidden holds. Dada also offers matching ceiling units and glass cabinets.
Materials available include natural stones such as porphyry and ceppo de gré; Bleached oak and walnut wood veneers; brushed stainless steel; and lacquered finishes of oak graphite, east green, titanium, and pewter. The kitchen is very functional and stylish, and its laconic kitchen design perfectly suits an atmospheric or masculine room, and just an industrial one.