Politecnico di Milano, Polytechnic University of Milan, School of Design
The project is a concept of a new high-end kitchen that incorporates the latest cooking technologies and design trends. The focus of the design is to create a… more
A seasoned architect specialized in Building Information Modeling (BIM), Endrit is also a certified… more
Being "outside and inside at the same time" strikes me as one of the most profound architectural concepts our predecessors have cultivated. I'm really taken with the concise and apt description of your project. Moreover, the way it emotionally engages with a specific culture, like the Indian one in your case, is commendable. It's these touches that breathe life and feeling into a space for its users. The nuanced treatment of specific elements within a defined space, such as your kitchen, is especially intriguing as it lends a unique identity to the project and the characters within.
From a professional and technical standpoint, the living unit has been delicately crafted, offering functionality without hampering movement. That said, the perforated "galleries" for sleeping might not be the best choice given certain scenarios where flexibility is paramount. In my view, the sleeping area should emanate a sense of calm and tranquility. Wrapping up, while there might be aspects to refine, overall it's a job well done. I'm particularly impressed with how you've incorporated the element of fire and its utilization within the unit.
The project is a concept of a new high-end kitchen that incorporates the latest cooking technologies and design trends.
The focus of the design is to create a one of a kind kitchen that is custom made to fit the client’s demands: Impressive, stylish, and related to the Indian culture.
The kitchen is designed to create a unique atmosphere. By Extending the kitchen island to the terrace, the kitchen becomes part of the exterior. At this end of the island, i located a fire pit.
The fire is a unique feature and a strong spiritual Indian symbol.
The layout is designed to be as efficient as possible. It is planned and calculated to avoid even a single needed step, giving an experience similar to a professional kitchen.
Metal cabinets and large steel handles contribute to that feeling and fit well with the loft’s post-industrial style.