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DADA INTERSECTION KITCHEN
The Intersection kitchen by Dada is a project developed by Vincent Van Duysen which well summarizes the principles followed by the company during the creation of its products.
While on the one hand the Belgian architect gives a leading role to the quality materials used, which are combined in a harmonious way enhancing each other, on the other Intersection also becomes a pure expression of the concept of modern kitchen, thanks to the countless compositions available that allow to shape the project step by step following one's own needs, both in terms of space and aesthetics.
Whatever the combination chosen, Intersection will not give up its perfect proportions, a direct consequence of the very close relationship between architecture and interior design that distinguishes Van Duysen's career.
DADA SERIES: THE MODULARITY OF INTERSECTION
Linear, corner or island compositions: there are many solutions offered by Intersection by Dada, a kitchen that makes modularity its strong point, starting from elements of the highest quality which can however be combined according to the user's needs.
This feature is the output of the philosophy of Vincent Van Duysen who, thanks to his studies, tends to develop projects that are not defined solely by their shape, but also by a perception of the internal space that is deeply linked to the external architecture.
FEATURES AND MATERIALS
To use the words of Vincent Van Duysen himself, Intersection is “a project that plays with proportions, thicknesses and a mix of refined materials”.
This interplay of proportions remains alive with any combination chosen, thanks to the use of geometric compositions that recall the one made by Piet Mondrian, founder of Neoclassicism (a movement known as de Stijl) and source of inspiration for VVD in the creation of this kitchen, which to obtain strict geometries.
However, the details of Intersection reveal all the passion of the Molteni Group for the processing of materials, all of which are precious and with characteristics carefully studied and evaluated by the Belgian architect during the construction phase.
For example, the alternation of the worktops in natural Breccia Capraia stone and the wood that characterizes the snack top is designed to create captivating plays of light and shadow through the intersection of the various surfaces, recalling one of the masterpieces of master Carlo Scarpa, namely the Querini Stampalia Palace in Venice, from which Van Duysen took his hint precisely for the ability to make marble, stone, ceramic, wood and metal coexist harmoniously in a single environment.
In addition to the materials, the accent is also placed on the design of the project, thanks to elements such as the top, which boasts a thickness of 50 millimeters and was created as a sculptural detail, with a "throat" in its lower part which makes it possible the opening of doors and drawers without the need for handles.
Given the high degree of customization offered by Intersection, there is only one way to understand which solution is best suited to your environment: by visiting our showroom in Corso Europa 2, Milan, you can be guided by expert consultants who will help you compose a project that best meets your needs.