Wooden kitchen with island
Dynamic yet sophisticated, ultra-contemporary in its combination of materials and
solutions, the new GK.03 kitchen is a design that reveals a perfect balance between
artisanship and industrial innovation. The clean, seamless surfaces, the meticulously
finished components, and research into the materials and how they are combined,
create a highly impressive look that allows the kitchen area to become part of a broader,
more complete interior design vision.
The handles, the cabinet doors cut at 45° and the accessories enhance the design with
details and become stylish features, while still fulfilling a specific practical purpose. The
wooden cabinet doors, lacquered and in peltrox, are cut at 45° and meet the top, which
is also cut at 45°; the handle, positioned on the upper half of the door, is in aluminium on
top and solid wood on the bottom.
The carefully designed finishes enhance the natural beauty of the materials to create a
decisively contemporary look. Walnut canaletto in a refined shade of grey is combined
with the graphic pattern of Zebrino marble and the metal components in brushed bronze
The architectural design creates a kitchen that can define the space through a play on
visual planes, perspectives and overlapping elements: at the back of the elegant island,
a separate area is revealed with the practicality of an equipped wall. This feature
combines the idea of boiserie with a walk-in closet where everything is easy to reach,
bringing a design approach, in which Giorgetti has ample experience, to the kitchen too.
The features on the wall include attachments for shelves and a series of accessories for
organising crockery and bottles. There is also an integrated system for hydroponic
cultivation of aromas. What makes these shelves special is the fact that their electricity is
supplied without cables, so they can be moved around easily according to changing
In a continuous dialogue between architecture and design, the new GK.03 integrates
completely with the new MTM system designed by Carlo Colombo. It is equipped with
some additional components that reveal Giorgetti's intention to develop a genuinely
customisable system for the kitchen area, which can adapt to different needs.