This exceptional cooking table is 5 metres long, enabling a number of people to cook at the same time; it has been designed by Piet Hein Eek and created by Vonder. The matching cupboards on legs offer the possibility to include built-in equipment. Despite its free-standing, modern design, it is just as practical as a traditional kitchen. It is made from natural oak that has been quarter and faux quarter-sawn. Worth noting is the turning mechanism of the doors, mounted on special hinges.
Piet Hein Eek: “This was an inspiring assignment. Designing for a company like Vonder, which itself produces such high-quality work, is always a challenge. You have to take into account the technical possibilities and culture that exists within such a company, but at the same time you want to invent something which is unique and goes beyond the familiar boundaries. Since Vonder predominantly produces entire interiors and large wall cupboards in different styles, I wanted to design something for the kitchen that would stand alone, an object surrounded by space and, in a way, completely detached from its surroundings. Hence, the cupboard on legs."
As standard, the kitchen is made from natural oak that has been quarter and faux quarter-sawn. However, it is definitely possible to opt for a different type of wood or custom finish. The bronzed wood version is also on display.