Laughing in the face of convention these exciting and innovative kitchen units have been created by the English design company ‘Splinterworks’.
This young company was only formed about two years ago and is already marketing globally. Its not surprising with products as fascinating as their futuristic kitchen designs.
Designed by artists and craftsmen these super stylish units have been created to combine powerful aesthetics with excellent functionality. Tired of the conventional kitchen layout ‘Splinterworks’ have introduced a new dimension to a fundamentally working environment with their futuristic kitchen design. Typical of their work is the ‘Tipping Point’ project which is exceptionally beautiful creating a space which looks more like the foyer in an art gallery rather than a household kitchen.
Futuristic Kitchen Design by ‘Splinterworks’
The units described here are the ultimate in sleek, sophisticated futuristic kitchen design and resemble contemporary sculpture more than they do functional counter tops and appliances. ‘Splinterworks’ have, however, focused very much on practicality and nothing in these designs is whimsical or without useful purpose. The freestanding forms of the floor units are both angular and curvaceous depending on which way they are looked at. The countertops form a sinuous wide arch and the units diminish to rest on an impossibly slender baseline. This inward slope of the counter bases allows maximum space and legroom so that eating in the futuristic kitchen design is a very comfortable experience. The curve of the counters is ideal for working at as it wraps more closely around the body making all areas easier to reach. This design is configured like a futuristic arena for preparing food, cooking, eating and finally washing the dishes. All the activities that you would expect from any normal kitchen can be conducted in style here.
Innovative kitchen furniture design
This futuristic kitchen design also provides a novel approach to storage. On this occasion cupboards are simple hemispherical forms attached to the wall, they are closed by a clever system of over lapping segments that could have been inspired by the appearance of an orange. These innovative cupboards when open become attractive display shelves within the futuristic kitchen design, and marvelously sculptural objects when they are closed. ‘Splinterworks’ intended to create in their futuristic kitchen design
“…..a fully functioning yet more soulful place that can be appreciated in social settings as well as in routine daily tasks.”
They have certainly achieved this goal and so much more.