A kitchen created in collaboration with the architect Giovanni Rastrelli of Naples.
Nothing is taken for granted: from the fir of the structure to the old chestnut floor of the island treated with a bleaching process with hydrogen peroxide; from the island top in recovery chestnut to the hood, both suspended in iron.
The structure of the kitchen is a contrast between the modern interior in white scratch-resistant laminate and the old spruce of the doors treated with a whitening process.
Other original notes are the recovery of an old sink in carrara marble and the use of a ladder to reach the pantry located at the top.
A kitchen made of details from country design to a completely modern line, in perfect synergy with this particular Roman apartment.