Intersection, the new design by Vincent Van Duysen for Dada, is a kitchen with a strong expressive character and refined details that highlight the brand’s excellence in working with materials. It is a system that offers numerous configuration possibilities: corner, linear and island. The worktop, 50 mm thick, is the central element of the project: conceived as a sculptural detail, it defines a channel under the edge that allows doors and drawers to be opened without the need for handles. Moreover, the use of a natural stone such as Breccia Capraia, characterised by dark-coloured streaks, makes each top or back panel a unique piece. Finally, the inlay work on the doors emphasises the materiality of the wood, for an overall result with a clear architectural value.