Kitchen & Bathroom

The bathroom and kitchen exhibitions at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair featured innovations in technology and materials.

Gas on Glass cooktop

This new Gas on Glass cooktop from Miele features solid metal knobs and pot rests that, when removed, provide a smooth, even surface for cleaning.

Nendo collection

The Nendo collection for Bisazza Bagno is stunning in its simplicity, with fine lines and a palette of white and timber tones, creating a graphic effect.

Independent Fab fridge

Smeg and Italia Independent have collaborated to create a denim fridge. The surface is treated with a nanotechnology that repels liquid.

Barcelona bath

Drawing inspiration from the organic forms found in Catalan cities, the Barcelona bath is rich in volcanic limestone, making it warm to the touch.

Palomba collection

Designed by Italian duo Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, this collection is inspired by natural forms, including the action of the sea against the rocks.

Shaping Silestone

Designed by the Campana brothers, this multifunctional unit takes on the idea of a Swiss army knife, turning the kitchen into a versatile living space.



Published online: 1 Sep 2012


Artichoke, September 2012

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