Modern design is all about breaking established rules and constantly finding original ways of mixing function with aesthetics. This modern origami-inspired kitchen designed by Estudiosat for manufacturer Delta Cocinas comes with a twist. Found on Home-designing, the glossy Artica Kitchen seems especially developed for the ones enthusiastically adopting change. Braking the pattern of straight surfaces, the cabinets in the new collection are partially irregular, the overall effect being that of a folded paper. This style extravaganza apparently meant no compromises in costs or function: “Artica uses the emotional language of design to create a radically new product without losing any of its functionality. 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. The result is a visual impact that requires no added company investment, and maintains traditional production processes while respecting the environment“. Fin this kitchen appealing or too ostentatious?
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