Australian designer Stephanie Nguyen, a student of Billy Blue College of Design in Sydney, has created an outstanding modular kitchenette that is entirely made out of Staron. Staron is a solid surface material composed of acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate created by DuPont.
This kitchenette set is rectangular in shape, with playful rounded edges and comprises of several customizable modules that can be changed into various configurations. It comes with a smooth countertop with an integrated sink, range hood, space for cooking stove and appliances, and cabinetry having ample storage space for keeping kitchen utensils and other accessories safely under the tabletop.
Handles are not attached to any of the drawers for providing smooth and seamless surface to the kitchenette design. It is indeed a brilliant, appealing, as well as, versatile design for any contemporary kitchen interior. The modular design offers customizable kitchen set that can be transformed depending on the user’s requirement.
Due to versatility it reflects through its elegant yet stylish design, the kitchenette was announced the award winner of the Staron Design Award 2014. The design is not only beautiful, but has a more practical approach for urban spaces.