AD’s 2020 Great Design Awards: Kitchens

For people all around the world, the home has never been closer to the heart. And the heart of the home? It’s the kitchen. So show yours some love. As inspiration, AD has rounded up the best new products on the market. (Think smart appliances, stunning surfaces, and vibrant accents galore.) To the winners of the 2020 Great Design Awards, chef’s kiss….

Free Spirit

Today’s country kitchen rewrites the rules with bohemian flair and urbane sophistication; shown is a California home designed by Studio Shamshiri with a La Cornue range

Free Spirit

Stephen Kent Johnson

Code Red

Cherry, currant, or crimson—these vibrant accents steal the show; pictured is the Hamptons kitchen of Kate Rheinstein Brodsky

Code Red

William Abranowicz
David Anderson
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Hands-off Approach

Touch-free taps in fine forms and finishes make a splash

Brizo Odin Smarttouch Pull-down Faucet with VoiceIQ; $1,167.
Grohe Ladylux L2 Smartcontrol Faucet; $800.
Kohler Co. Graze Touchless Pull-down Faucet; $953.

Idea Flow

Even as the world shut down, Waterworks kept pumping. This September the luxury kitchen-and-bath brand cut the ribbon on its newly expanded New York City flagship, a three-story showcase with 4,000 additional square feet. Customers will now find lighting and surfaces intuitively arranged by color, workstations for designers to meet with clients, 12 streamlined metal finishes, and a range of new products, like the Dash and Foro faucets. Of course, at 12,500 square feet total, the space offers plenty of room to socially distance.

A Waterworks showroom vignette

Waterworks Dash One Hole High-profile Bar Faucet; $1,540.

Waterworks Foro Two Hole Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet; $3,000.

Jolts of Energy

Far from just drips, the best new coffee and espresso makers showcase fabulous blends of form and function

Jonathan Adler for Keurig Limited Edition K-Mini Brewer; $100.

Open Call

Scavolini’s new DeLinea series lets customers cook up kitchens that work best for them, with 
modular components that can be assembled into countless configurations. Here, the system is shown with a peninsula layout, matte white lacquered cabinetry, statuario laminate countertops and shelves, and recessed handles—all the essentials within arm’s reach.

Setting The Mood

Whimsically patterned plates and graphic fabrics make for magical meals any night of the week

Arna Bajraktarevic

Palette Cleanser

Ultra-refined materials and luxe details lend fresh glamour to the black-and-white kitchen; shown is the Paris apartment of AD100 designer Joseph Dirand

Palette Cleanser

Adrien Dirand

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest

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