Distinctive materials and unusual designs displayed as art pieces are what form the core of Espace Aygo. Patchwerk Kitchen is one such thoughtful amalgamation of recycled materials from the city of Copenhagen. The unique bespoke kitchen is fully functional and is made to spark a conversation, at least.
Patchwerk Kitchen is built with a vision to project how functional art is integrated into real life. The designer visualizes spaces and designs as aspects that provide utility performance. Thereby, Espace Aygo’s team was determined to utilize the fragmented material into something worthwhile.
A month-long project inside Tableau’s design studio and gallery space was set up by the Espace team to create this One-Off Kitchen. Patchwerk kitchen includes modular kitchen appliances. A useable stove and a cast concrete sink bring in utility. An unusual tap disguised as a tree branch sits right above the sink.
A lamp and glass holder add to the detailing around the space. A hidden fridge and dishwasher save space and aid functionality. The detailing and colors added to the metal surface used here are to make the art pieces look more appealing. Chef Sebastian Lothar Berthelsen, founder of Rootless, while inaugurating this kitchen created a surprising menu as an add-on to the unusual setup.
“Essentially, the artist collective believes that every room has the potential to be an artwork, a philosophy embodied in their own living and working space in Brussels, where they surround themselves with, use and test all of the works that they are producing.” Tableau founder Julius Værnes Iversen said.
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