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Steal This Look: Industrial Kitchen & Dining Room by B-Arch Studio in Italy

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 21, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Izabella Simmons last modified Oct 20, 2015

Architect Sabrina Bignami of B-Arch Studio in Prato, Italy, is a master when it comes to mixing modern Italian and vintage design. A few years back she remodeled one of our all-time favorite kitchens, featuring stainless steel cabinets, concrete countertops, a French work table, and industrial pendants. In the dining room she added a midcentury table and chairs paired with a glamorous paper chandelier (and let's not forget the funky floor lamps). Get the look with the following elements. Above: The open shelf kitchen was custom designed by B-Arch studio as a highly functional area. The cabinets are stainless steel surrounded by a concrete counter and backsplash. An antique French work table is placed in the middle of the kitchen, industrial pendants hang from the ceiling, and a wall shelf holds hanging copper pots.  Above: Bignami used a table base by Eero Saarinen with a custom tabletop; a Zettel'z chandelier by Ingo Maurer adds a playful touch. Above: A view into the kitchen from the living room. The 1960s floor lamp is an original by Harvey Guzzini, purchased from a hotel closing sale in Germany. Kitchen Essentials   Above:  Ikea Sektion Stainless Steel Base Cabinet  with two doors and three drawers measures 24 by 24 by 30 inches and costs $342. Several sizes and cabinet and door options are available.   Above: The Kohler Purist Single-Hole Kitchen Faucet  is the simplest version of Kohler's top-rated Purist line. It has an eight-inch spout that rotates 360 degrees with a 9.7-inch clearance; $466.35 in a polished nickel finish via Amazon.   Above: The Summit 24-Inch Gas Cooktop in Chrome with Four Burners costs $345 from Home Depot.    Above: The  1930s Industrial Steel Bar Cart  is $895 from Restoration Hardware.    Above: For the kitchen countertop and backsplash, consider  Ceasarstone's Raw Concrete  from their Classico Collection. Contact  Ceasarstone  directly for a nearby supplier.    Above: The  Ashland Pendant from Barn Light Electric starts at $109 for a 12-inch shade. The pendant is available in a variety of colors and finishes with several cord styles.   Above: The kitchen features two white shelves floating above the backsplash. Consider Ikea's Lack Wall Shelf in white with concealed mounting hardware.  Dining Room Essentials   Above: The  Eames Table Segmented Base Round is available in three sizes in black or white; a 42-inch-diameter table is $899 from Herman Miller.    Above: The Prouvé Standard SP Chair comes in 10 colors (shown, warm gray/basalt); $420.75 from Design Within Reach.  Above: The  Zettel'z 5 Chandelier , designed by Ingo Maurer, is made of 31 love letters printed in different languages on Japanese paper sheets. The lamp also comes with 49 blank pages, inviting the owner to participate in creativity. The lamp costs $974.75 from Stardust.    Above: The floor lamp in the living room is by Harvey Guzzin, featuring a chrome stem and colored sphere shade made of perspex. The Quadrifoglio Floor Lamp  (designed in 1974 by Gae Aulenti for Harvey Guzzini) is another option; $2,000 from 1st Dibs.  Accessories   Above: The  Mauviel M’héritage Copper 10.2-Inch Frying Pan  is $200 from Food52.   Above: Chabatree Jargala Jars are handmade from mouth-blown glass with sustainable teak wood tops that seal with a rubber ring; currently on sale and available in small, $20, medium, $24, and large, $29, from Merchant No. 4.   Above: The  Tuscan Three-Tiered Cake Stand by Arte Italica is made from pewter and costs $450 from Distinctive Decor.  For more kitchen ideas to steal, see: Steal This Look: The Kitchen of Urban Cowboy Bed & Breakfast in Brooklyn Steal This Look: East Hampton Kitchen by Sawyer | Berson Steal This Look: A Glamorous Swiss-Italian Kitchen, Chandelier Included More Stories from Remodelista Object Lessons: Italy's Best Knives from Coltellerie Berti Kitchen of the Week: Practicality in White Marble From iTunes to Hand-Carved Spoons with Windy Chien






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