There is no crisis
by Thomas Edelmann | 2/1/2019
Following the success of VVD presented at Eurocucina in 2016, Vincent Van Duysen is once again focusing his attention on the spaces set aside for preparing and enjoying food. His approach is solid, based on the presence of component forms similar to buildings and on the skillful use of the materials of which he is an undisputed interpreter. Hence Ratio, a modular kitchen where the structure is the undisputed protagonist.
Metallic grids form the architecture of base and wall units, columns, hoods and accessories. Solid volumes, empty volumes and surfaces of different thicknesses are hooked to the structural technical elements, slender and minimal, creating an elegant interplay of balances. Research into the materials is reflected in the Mediterranean warmth and character of the overall design, alternating between fine woods and natural stones.
In addition to the traditional linear compositions, Vincent Van Duysen proposes corner solutions, central islands and accessory units designed to satisfy the most discerning and sophisticated users. Completing the project are snack counters as well as perfectly integrated, innovative washing and cooking solutions.