A typical Modern kitchen usually follow a similar design approach, and it is hard to distinguish one kitchen brand from another. A monochromatic palette, glass shelves and use of stainless steel is what usually defines a modern kitchen. While there is nothing fundamentally wrong with this design mantra, it is always exciting to come across a creation, that is for a lack of a better word, different.
Italian kitchen company Demode veers towards a more “dematerialized” design with their Meccanica Kitchen. What sets it apart from the clique is the generous use of fabric doors. Created by Gabriele Centazzo and engineered by Valcucine, the Meccanica Kitchen is modular and also 100 per cent recyclable.
To adhere to the minimalist trend, Demode has used a tubular iron frame outfitted with thin glass shelves. The on board fabric doors are stain-resistant, removable, and washable, and gives an illusion of airiness, which is generally missing in modular modern kitchens.