Evoking a Classic Soul with an Art Deco Spirit: The Elie Saab Kitchen from SCIC

The collaboration between SCIC and ELIE SAAB MAISON brings to life a new line of kitchens and cabinets, designed by the celebrated Lebanese designer. A collection completely Made in Italy that combines the distinction of the ELIE SAAB brand with the craftsmanship, design, and attention to detail – core values of SCIC.

The Distinction of SCIC and ELIE SAAB

The carefully measured shapes enhance the classic feel and rational spirit typical of the Art Deco style, from which the entire ELIE SAAB Maison collection is inspired. Soft colors in natural and pristine tones are adorned with details that at first glance are hidden from view.

The island with its Calacatta marble front is the star of the setting in Elie Saab Kitchen. The wide 28-cm plinth stands out for its distinctive ribbing that recalls the round shapes of the side cylinders: decorative elements characterized by a material that does not go unnoticed, the pressed leather upholstery with ELIE SAAB monogram. The bases, varnished in glossy white, represent an element that guarantees ease of use and convenience.

The steel top with a velvet finish lends a soft-touch feel, while ensuring sturdiness and durability. The sink, induction cooktop, and hood are integrated into the top allowing for a flat surface free of protruding elements. This is also ensured by the presence of an equipped storage space slot, which is handy for storing utensils for daily use.

Adding a precious touch of timeless appeal is the Rosewood drink shelf, framed by a painted metal edge and supported by a circular ELIE SAAB monogram plaque in anodized metal. The bar, which extends from the island, echoes the same finishes, creating an ideal dining area for convivial moments.

The end columns jut out from the structure and feature doors covered in light sand leather. The central band is distinguished by the use of ELIE SAAB monogrammed pressed leather, which emphasizes the majesty of the composition.

This is followed by the Ghost columns, featuring concealed openings, with vertically engraved doors in Liquid Steel Aluminium 02 metallic lacquer. The same finish is used for the central doors, which house two wine cellars.

The use of fine materials such as Calacatta marble, Palissandro wood, and leather conjures the deliberate desire to create a design that echoes a timeless elegance conveyed through a kitchen space that evokes the true spirit of craftsmanship and style.

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Evoking a Classic Soul with an Art Deco Spirit: The Elie Saab Kitchen from SCIC

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