Tangram by Cesar

DESIGNER Garcia Cumini
The Tangram kitchen by Garcia Cumini for Cesar gives prominence to curves and their infinite possible combinations. Inspired by the ancient Chinese game of geometric shapes that can be combined with one another to create endless figures, Cumini’s product echoes modular logic, introducing a new concept of sinuosity to kitchen design. Adapting to various needs, its shapes aren’t made up of simple semicircles or portions of circles, but rather follow a soft and variable radius. Tangram is made of five curved elements that can be combined with straight elements at will, to build kitchen islands, compositions set against the wall, or even around corners. To accentuate the fluidity, the door presents, on request, a three-dimensional process called Groove, composed of a sequence of vertical millings that create an irregular pattern; even the edge of the stone top has a particular Macaron finish that recalls the traditional drip-catcher grooves.