Premium Kitchens. Gamadecor and L’Antic Colonial team up to create a luxury design19 January 2017
It is done through designs that achieve high luxury and distinction without giving up the practicality and functionality demanded by haute cuisine.
This is how this Premium model appears, created for the exclusive project catalogue from Gamadecor with the natural materials from L’Antic Colonial, done in search of excellence.
With it being about a kitchen that hardly looks like a kitchen, the architect, Ramón Esteve, in collaboration with the PORCELANOSA Grupo, has given life to a design which invites a different culinary experience. A kitchen that, with great balance and quality in materials, transmits the warmth previously reserved for other rooms and it hides some of its elements to improve the aesthetics as a whole.
The Premium kitchen design
Externally, the kitchen is made with plated fronts in natural wood, namely oak, showing a paneling done in Airslate Graphite from L’Antic Colonial. Also, great emphasis has been placed on the handle design, fine and elegant, for the Trim model in an Antique Bronze finish.
Another area worth highlighting in this innovative and exclusive kitchen is the column space side panels. These are finished in natural oak plate, in a Roasted Oak colour.
With regard to the finish selected for the kitchen, it is a metallic layer in a Bronze colour, one of the trending colours in current design. Elegance and sophistication that are emphasized thanks to the chosen lighting, which is led lighting, and it creates a very intimate and warm atmosphere, which easily makes everybody feel right at home. Lighting is also reflected in the metallic finishes in bronze, providing the set with greater luxury.
Meanwhile, the functionality and practicality of this kitchen stand out because of the large work space, trying to fully satisfy the needs of haute cuisine. This equipment has a wide and elegant worktop, whose material is the Surface compact, in a Taupe finish.
The design space also stands out around the hidden doors. A space reserved for appliances that can be hidden if they are not being used. A revolutionary reversible system which turns the kitchens of the future into more elegant and warm spaces, outstanding spaces inside the home.