Design de Cuisines

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teNeues, 2003 - Design - 400 pages
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In Western culture, the kitchen has always been considered the nerve center of the home. Apart from being a place where food is prepared and cooked, today's kitchen is also used for meals and social occasions. It is a dynamic space that serves many functions, and this affects its layout. Readers may flip through this copiously illustrated 400 page source book to decide which style is best suited to their own taste, requirements, and budget. The latest trends and decorative concepts are presented: avant-garde or rustic kitchens, small or spacious kitchens, spaces that experiment with color and new materials or take advantage of technological innovations. Daring or simple kitchens, cozy or minimalist kitchens - the list is endless as every kitchen is a world in itself and the only really important thing is that its occupants feel absolutely at ease. This book investigates how the kitchen has evolved and changed over time by exploring the work of leading designers and architects.
 

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
12
Section 3
18
Section 4
19
Section 5
22
Section 6
23
Section 7
26
Section 8
27
Section 12
33
Section 13
37
Section 14
38
Section 15
39
Section 16
42
Section 17
43
Section 18
46
Section 19
49

Section 9
28
Section 10
29
Section 11
31
Section 20
50
Section 21
55

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