The kitchen with the Rock soul
Diseño y Estilo
Diesel with Scavolini: the other side of the kitchen
Diesel’s style and know-how join forces with Scavolini’s know-how to create a new-concept kitchen
Diesel Social Kitchen
A space that suprise you not only with its ey-catching design but also with the sophistication and quality of its materials
From the collaboration that Scavolini signed for Successful Living from Diesel collection, gave rise to an extremely modern design modular kitchen, yet one featuring a distinctly vintage spirit in its materials, treatments and finishes always an intrinsic part of Diesel’s DNA.
The kitchen is therefore today not only a practical environment, but increasingly makes room for social entertainment: thus two iconic brands implement a shared desire for a project where design meets with informality.
The result? An environment that combines modernity with comfort, the laboratory for kitchen with the space for entertaining friends.
Design values and convenience, reinterpreted with creative verve, is the ethos of this composition (on the left) in Ruxe White wood and Spotless Metal steel with wired glass, with Sahara Gris Okite worktops. The central counter becomes the real fulcrum of the room’s social life. Around it: storage units, open-fronted units and vintage glass-door cabinets represent the emblem of industrial design.
In stylistic terms, what defines the character of the new project are the important volumes and natural, essential materials - aged using special vintage treatments - such as wood, steel and glass worked with metal. The doors feature the choice of oak, worked in a way that ensures a visible, tactile natural knotted effect. Glass doors are also available, proposed with a metallic mesh for a pleasant “retro” effect. The various handle types are also important, again in a used-effect metal, like the “American” style handle that defines the refrigerator door. The idea is to create an ambiance with a “lived-in” feel, that takes an ironic mix of a vintage soul with details inspired by industry.
The Diesel Social Kitchen has been built not only with modular individual elements, but also on separate modules that can be freely assembled. The MISFITS collection best represents this aspect of the project, flaunting a line of free-standing, non-modular objects that graft into the kitchen, like trolleys, tables and storage units.