Interior Design Vienna

Camouflage

Kitchen

Eternit’s ‘camouflage‘ kitchen evokes the original application of the Eternit material, as it was primarily used as façade shingles.

destilat interprets the front of this kitchen as a façade with similar requirements regarding its material and look which are both perfectly met by Eternit: robust, durable surfaces with a top-quality appearance and comfortable haptics.

Furthermore, Eternit is a recyclable natural material and, last but not least, a locally produced Austrian invention and therefore a wonderful example of regional value creation.

Its many individual elements form a homogeneous overall appearance, just like a classic façade made of Eternit shingles.

The necessary horizontal divisions for pull-outs, drawers and recesses were all realised in a slightly slanted angle to the horizontal. This minimal design intervention transforms the dividing joints from a necessary evil to a formal expression with ornamental effect, creating a dynamic joint pattern that, in a sense, ‘camouflages’ the necessary joints.

 

Eternit

 

Fotograf
Udo Titz, Monika Nguyen

 

Video
Eternit  TV-Advertising

 

Veröffentlichungen
07/2016 MD Magazin (Germany)
07/2016 100 Häuser (Austria)
12/2011 Domizil (Austria)
11/2011 Diva (Austria)
11/2011 DiePresse Luxury Living (Austria)
10/2011 Ideales Heim (Switzerland)
11/2011 Umbauen & Renovieren (Germany)
08/2011 Shopstyle (Austria)


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