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Vienna-based design studio destilat has designed the Camouflage Kitchen using Eternit, a material normally used for roof shingles and wall cladding panels. The material is very durable and recyclable which makes this kitchen eco-friendly. Despite the use of a very thin and lightweight material, the kitchen looks solid and monolithic. To reinforce the impression of blocky, the partitions for drawers and roll-out shelves are designed in a slightly oblique angle to the horizontal. This creates a dynamic joint pattern and disguises or camouflages the seams, which gives the kitchen its name, Camouflage.
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