Cassandra Cucine is an emerging, Greek company that designs and manufactures innovative and exclusive kitchen furniture systems. They are proud to be the world’s first creators of curved cabinets in front view, while others’ cabinets are curved in plan view. The design’s innovation lies in the additional fact that the entire kitchen, including the hanging cabinets, are free-standing and can be also installed without any wall support.
The entire hull and doors are made of premium grade waterproof plywood, while different materials such as natural veneer, glass, brass, stainless steel can be applied on the doors for special finishing.
The manufacturing process is a synergy of CNC machinery along with hand made craft of highly skilled carpenters. Each kitchen is tailor made: it can be adjusted to different floor plans and support various electrical appliances according to the customer’s needs.
There are cases where we can apply side cabinets with unobtrusive finishing so as to keep the eye only to the arched hull of the main structure.
It’s shape raises a radical differentiation at the kitchen industry while the elliptical shape embodies the very soul of Cassandra Cucine. The hanging cabinets are based on the opposed vertical columns exactly as it happens with a bridge.
The novelty of the design lies in the additional fact that the entire kitchen, including the hanging cabinets, are freestanding and can be placed without any wall support.
Cassandra Cucine goes beyond the established geometry of the kitchen furniture systems. The goal is to spread worldwide a different way of living unlike anything else seen before. A daring design that matches the every day utility with the exclusivity of a masterpiece of furniture.
Angela Cho, has designed a tea whisk that emphasizes the beauty of tea ceremonies. This western interpretation simplifies and modernizes the intricate lines of its original form. Designed to feel like an extension of the hand, the geometric shapes and sharp corners, offering a juxtaposition to the curvilinear form of a traditional tea whisk. Aside from this function of mixing matcha powder, this piece is meant to develop curiosity and spark a conversation.
Industrial designer Alberto Villarreal has design a modular system of storage pieces made out of concrete and walnut for Brain&Storm branding agency.
The stacking elements in the ‘LITOS’ system allow the pieces to be re-arranged on either their long or short side.
Formed with a cylinder hole in the middle to accommodate wine bottles, the work takes on a sculpture quality, adding dimension and depth to its geometric shape.
‘LITOS’ is available at Common People Concept Store in Mexico City.
The object is created with a combination of brushed stainless steel and abs plastic making it durable and light.
A set which encourages users to enjoy and appreciate dining activities.
A station that converts organic waste into compost while producing high quality fertilizer.
Its form is the result of interpreting of the digital language that surrounds us, by applying the methods of deconstructivism on a three dimensional surface.
It has the capacity to be used for gadgets, tools, accessories or items with a long dimensions.
The design challenge was to remove the storage of the object by creating a decorative piece that can be displayed on the table.
The proposal aimed to respond to this challenge by focusing on the ritual of cooking and eating as a great detonator of socialization and idea exchange.