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Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Disclosure Kitchen project is freely inspired by the values ​​of the “Shaker” religious movement. The puritan convictions of these original Camisards largely influenced their production of furniture with a minimalist and refined style.

This kitchen is made from wagon bottom boards carefully selected for their very marked texture. This white monochrome and the overall design support the effort of minimalism. Only the raw panel, hiding a technical area, brings this warm touch.

The extremely thin Silestone® worktop brings a feeling of lightness to the base furniture section. While a large column housing the cooking area forms the link with the dining room. Two wall lights from Marseille are responsible for illuminating the work space in the purest modernist style.

In the dining room, you probably recognize our Burn Baby Burn table that we make from old barn floors, burn with yakisugi style.

The latest from the collaboration with architect Margherita Olivero, this four-handed project concerns the renovation of the living area, the fireplace, the new kitchen and the transformation of the wall colors to highlight the works of art.

Photos credit : Joanna Maclennan