Black and white production still from the film Blade Runner on set in the Ennis House.
Our kitchen designers pushed the limit and designed a display kitchen right out of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. This is one of the most advanced state of the art kitchens anywhere in this world or off world as the case may be. It will be displayed at the Architectural Digest Home DesignShow next week in MCKB’s booth # 381.
The design is a clean modern look crafted by
for Kitchen and
in the Flatiron design district of New York City. Irpinia, available at MCKB
manufactures the custom cabinetry. Bath
The upper cabinets are bi-fold lift up doors with aluminum edged high gloss antique white lacquer with color matched antique white melamine interiors. The lower cabinets are a matte finish vertical grain coconut with integrated C-channel hardware. The cabinet’s interiors feature electronic servo drive roll out shelves with high-tech stainless steel accessories and L.E.D. under cabinet lighting system controlled by an Ipad.
The countertop is an antique white metallic ceramic over lava stone hand crafted in Deruta, the ceramic heart of
. The back splash tile is also
hand made metallic copper ceramic inspired by Mayan design motif and the FrankLloyd Wright tile from the Ennis House, featured in the movie Blade Runner. Italy
Gaggenau CX 491 prototype full surface induction cooktop.
Here's a sneak peak at the elevation.
Finally, the finished kitchen and close up of the backsplash from the AD show.
Kitchen currently on display in the showroom.
You can really see these state of the art Gaggenau Appliances. That's a coffiee maker on top.