For the first time, the Bentley home is enhanced by the kitchen environment, where the excellence of materials and refined finishes reflect the DNA of the English car manufacturer.
At the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2018, Bentley Home will be presenting Buxton, the kitchen with a couture attitude, designed by architect Carlo Colombo.
An expression of the ideal Bentley Home residence, the Buxton kitchen is defined by a linear design enhanced by the richness of materials. The central island, made of larch, houses the monolithic Calacatta Gold marble top flared at the corners and characterized by a perimeter groove.
A dynamic surface which, with a movement effect, reveals new design solutions. Manual sliding creates an elegant snack top and at the same time reveals a steel under-top and the cooking module. The lateral movement of the mid element in larch reveals yet another surface, along with the hi-tech attitude of the project.
The absence of handles in the doors and the recessed opening emphasize the sophistication and cleanliness of the shapes. The new Bentley Home kitchen is enhanced with a gloss, brushed larch storage unit that contrasts with the smoked and diamond pattern cut-glass doors.