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DADA WD by Vincent Van Duysen


Vincent Van Duysen interprets the kitchen without handle

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Vincent Van Duysen was born in 1962 in Lokeren, Belgium and graduated in architecture from the Sint-Lucas Higher Institute of Architecture in Ghent. From 1986 to 1989 he worked in Milan and Brussels; later, in 1990, he opened his own studio in Antwerp, focusing on architecture and interior design. In his work, the relationship between interior design and architecture is profound - in fact, furniture and accessories are conceived in an architectural perspective that is not limited to form but is expressed in a careful perception of the interior space and its relationship with the external architecture. By interpreting architecture and redefining its dimensions, Van Duysen creates objects of great purity and essentiality that nevertheless retain a concrete character and solid formal foundations.

working on the contrast between the slender thicknesses of the sides and ends and the strong thicknesses of the worktops, which are integrated, interrupting the linearity of the top, with sinks in stone support. The alternation of materials and the play of full and empty spaces give life to a dynamic yet sophisticated kitchen. The project is completed by large extractable trays, open drawers and trolleys that can be integrated into the undercounters. An aluminium load-bearing frame also makes it possible to create compositions that are completely suspended from the floor. Innovation is expressed through technological details such as the integrated LED bar, the aluminium profile that discreetly designs the door handle, improving its grip, and the innovative pivot hinge that allows the doors to open at 180°, making the interior space more usable. The kitchen takes on a new architectural look thanks also to the Bright wall units in transparent glass, with cushioned micro hinge.

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