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R1: light into the kitchen 19.05.2020

A Rastelli project signed by Ulisse Narcisi, designer that conceives the kitchen as a place of refuge from everyday chaos, R1 is a real system that gives you the possibility to create always different compositions. With a wide range of modules, accessories, colours and finishes, each project can be infinitely customizable, with particular attention to the continuity between kitchen and living area, essential in open plan spaces.

The layout with Forma bianco glossy lacquered doors is a clear example of the unlimited design possibilities offered by this model. To make full use of the space, the kitchen is developed in order to create some sort of “oasis” inside the living room. The wall-mounted unit creates a corner and unfolds along a set of floor-to-ceiling columns composed of storage modules, wall cabinets, and Galielo system – recessed or placed between the wall and the base cabinets -. The minimal design and the rigorous geometries help to enhance the cleanliness of the composition which is made extremely bright by the white chosen for the doors and by the titanium used for the toekicks, the c-channels and Galileo system.

And this light and grafecul equipped wall known as Galileo, also functional for its greater storage capacity, offers a refined aesthetic solution useful to organize accessories and kitchen utensils to always have at hand. The central island, converted into a washing and cooking area, is connected to the worktop by a snack table in HPL Navajo Gold, ideal place for breakfast, socializing or useful as an additional worktop.

Coherent with the essential style of the kitchen, the living room cabinets complete a perfect composition for a space where you can move without any continuity with the living area, in the name of design and elegance.

Thanks to R1 and Rastelli design skills, the kitchen becomes the nerve centre of your life at home, mirror of those changes which require transformation in behaviour and in the use of the living space, as Ulisse Narcisi suggests, to be built according to one’s own individuality.

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