Cove kitchen by Zaha Hadid Architects
During the London Design Festival, Boffi will display the Cove kitchen by Zaha Hadid Architects for the first time in the UK.
The mono-bloc Cove kitchen is the natural evolution of a freestanding unit, equipped with areas for cooking and washing up as well as a space for socialising. On display in the Boffi showroom in the UK for the first time during the London Design Festival are both the Cove kitchen as well as the K21 kitchen by Norbert Wangen. This version is an evolution of the iconic K collection, offering new finishes, wall solutions, and wooden peninsulas alongside the functional Upper Units system. Available in a wall or island version, there is a special focus on the ergonomics: the door handle guarantees a comfortable opening of the cupboards, and the worktop is tilted.
As Steven Salt comments:
“This September will see the UK launch of two new kitchen systems for Boffi during the London Design Festival. The Cove kitchen and the K21 kitchen implemented with recent upgrades. These systems represent the very highest levels of Italian craftsmanship, in both quality and visual refinement.”
From the unique and indisputable creativity of Zaha Hadid Architects, the Cove kitchen is characterised by sinuous and simple forms, using malleable materials such as Corian and wood. First unveiled at Milan Design Week, the island features all the necessary functionalities to become a place of conviviality thanks to the monobloc structure. No wonder it won a 2017 Muuuz International Award (MIAW) in the Kitchen & Bath product category.
DAMN°64 Food presents products that are creating waves in the kitchen. Says Productivity editor Patrizia Coggiola about the Medium Dry trend:
"The kitchen is a stage set, where the elements are intrinsically ergonomic, designed to make a primordial connection between user and form, material, tools. Importance is given to contact, movement, and presence, with the items becoming an extension of our hands and arms, bringing us closer to a daily personal ritual. Value is attributed to the moment just before tasting."