“Today the consumer not only seeks functional perfection in the purchased product, but also seeks to express his individuality through it,” said Natasha Shtapauk, the BT45 lead designer. “I was inspired and guided by the same design principles as the modern architects such as Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe: “ornamentation is crime” and “form follows function”. The magic of the shapes, textures and gadgets are the main features to make this kitchen design outstanding.”
The BT45 The Alibi is a great example of how a kitchen can be extravagant, beautiful and functional at the same time. The Alibi will definitely always be the main attraction in the house. The extraordinary state of the art furniture design will emphasize the sophisticated taste of the owner.
The combination of a dark eucalyptus wood wall and luxuriously polished to perfection Pietra Gris marble gives the kitchen a modern, almost industrial style and at the same time a sumptuous warm feeling.
This kitchen concept will also appeal to connoisseurs of art - Cubism in particular. The marble cubes seem to float in the air, barely touching the concrete block. Each cube also hides storage drawers: the edge of the front of the drawer and the edge of the countertop are cut at a 45-degree angle to create a perfect seamless connection, and each bank of drawers looks like a solid marble block.
A pocket door is used to hide appliances and achieve the perfect look of the artwork when the kitchen is not in use. Two large BT45 Climber cabinets with black glass are keeping all the glasses and plates organized. And of course, each drawer of The Alibi kitchen is equipped by the set of BT45 deluxe drawer dividers and organizers.
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