A good kitchen unites. 

Not only the people who use it, but the environment. A house is made of a house, a house, a home. In a good kitchen there are not only dishes, pans and cutlery, but also personal items. It is more than a place of work, it is part of a production process. It is a center, a point of reference, an indication to those who move in it. It is a reflection of its inhabitants.


Here there is room for everything and everyone. To have ideas and discard them. To plan a day and then do something totally different. To put forty post-its in a cookbook and in the end return to cook your favorite dish. An open kitchen also means being able to maintain mental openness.