Italian kitchen brand Miton carries a very unusual collection, Marosi, whose design is inspired by waves and fluid movements. Its unique curvy form embodies a statement-making aesthetic that aims to make every home look stunning.
Customise a set of shelves that can be placed on the countertop to showcase recipe books and knick-knacks, and accommodate spices and condiments. This can be hidden within the counter when not in use, keeping the surface neat and minimalist.
Miton kitchen systems (excluding appliances) range from $30,000 to $50,000. They are available at W. Atelier showroom at 201 Henderson Road.
Created by Gabriele Centazzo, the designer and founding member of Italian kitchen brand Valcucine, the Genius Loci system was crafted to maximise storage innovatively by offering customisation of cabinetry to include features such as concealed drawers.
Porphyry – a natural rock that consist of large-grained crystals such as quartz – adds an edge to the look of the kitchen counter.
Genius Loci is available at Valcucine Singapore, 182 Clemenceau Avenue North. Prices upon request.
Boffi Code is designed by Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni and offers customised solutions combined with artisanal craftsmanship to suit a variety of needs and design preferences.
Abonos oak, Durinox stainless steel, Corian surface and solid wood ensure the durability of the kitchen systems.
A variety of wood, metal and stone – including a unique selection of aged wood, finished metal and natural stone – constitutes the brand’s uncompromised quality materials.
Boffi Code is available at Boffi Studio, #01- 13 Regency House, 123 Penang Road. Prices upon request.
Premium German designer brand Next125 combines technology, design, architecture and ergonomics to create a quality kitchen that offers both convenience and style. Its Natural collection has a dark colour palette that exudes a sense of masculinity.
Next125 kitchen systems (excluding appliances) range from $25,000 to $45,000. The kitchen collection is available at W. Atelier showroom at 201 Henderson Road.
Get a custom-made kitchen system that fits your cooking requirements and space. With quality design and manufacturing, Hafele’s Meister collection is made of materials that ensure high moisture resistance for practicality of use. Its advanced modular technology and predrilled fixtures also mean assembling and disassembling is fuss-free, so you can easily manage the installation on your own.
The Hafele Meister collection is available at its showroom, #01-27/28 Enterprise One, No. 1 Kaki Bukit Road 1.
If getting the look of a chef’s kitchen is what you’d like for your home, Japanese kitchen systems from the Centro and Stedia series are the solutions, with their extensive use of stainless steel – from the carcass and drawer base to door panels and countertops. This makes the fixtures durable, hygienic and easy to maintain.
The Centro and Stedia kitchen collections are available at Song-cho, #01-09, 37 Jalan Pemimpin. Prices start from $7,500 for a two-module kitchen system.