Overlooking the harbour and Little Lion’s Head, this Hout Bay home called for a practical and ergonomic kitchen, which fitted in the with their contemporary, Mediterranean-style home influences.
The homeowners immediately fell in love with technical aspects and attention to detail that the Valcucine brand is renowned for and opted for the Riciclantica, also known as the eco-tech kitchen due to the remarkable reduction of materials used.
Riciclantica, which stands for “lightness and resilience”, has the lightest kitchen door in the world that fits into an aluminium structure which is water-, steam- and heat-resistant.
This kitchen is sustainable yet innovative and designed for those who pay a great deal of attention to their well-being, practicality as well as living in harmony with nature without compromising on key design aesthetics.
Program used: Artematica & Riciclantica
Appliances used: Siemens
Finishes: Island – Touch Steel fronts
Back Kitchen – Matt Glass Kamut
Tower Unit front Kitchen – Wood Veneer – Burnished Tactile Oak
Worktop: Island – Kamut glass tops
Back Kitchen – Dekton Kelya
Project date: Completed – April 2019
Project Location: Hout Bay