Cutting Edge

  • Samantha Brooks

A 60-degree angled door edge is the defining mark of Poliform’s new Varenna Artex kitchen (from $20,000). The design eliminates the need for handles and helps to maintain the kitchen’s sleek silhouette while still allowing the doors to open easily. Artex is the company’s seventh kitchen line; each varies by the thickness of its doors and the shapes of its handles. Cabinets are available in eight kinds of woods, 33 embossed lacquers, and 17 glossy colors, as well as in glass and steel.

Poliform, 212.421.1800, www.poliformusa.com

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