Designing a kitchen is a bit like solving a puzzle, eventually all the pieces come together and it all makes sense from both a visual as well as a functional perspective. This new kitchen design in Wellington Florida is a great example of that. Today I’d like to share with you an inside peek at the process and how we got from drab to amazing in ten million easy steps.
Welcome to Kitchens for Living’s first annual CRAZY KITCHEN AWARD. Criteria include impracticality, power to confuse and disorient and of course creativity. With that in mind this one takes the prize. The Cubism Art Movement was the inspiration behind this wacky design by Gemelli Design Studio, out of Sofia, Bulgaria, of course. Here’s the rationale:
“Often the kitchen design is mainly aimed to its ergonomics. However this can lead to loss of its originality. Our goal was to create a glamorous kitchen combining multiple perspectives as a masterpiece of art affected by the cubism and surrealism styles. We believe that this advanced kitchen is a part of a more coloured, spectacular and interesting world and, at the same time functional.”
Really? What can I say? You know I’m always striving to insert anything to do with art into this blog. As Marlene Dietrich once said, “I can’t help it.”
As promised, by yours truly, may I present this year’s Subzero Wolf Traditional Kitchen Design winner,
Every year high end appliance manufacturer Subzero Wolf sponsor a kitchen design contest. This year’s winner is