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Design Seen July/August 2014: Kitchen Aids

  • Jorge S. Arango

Scavolini  

Known for its sleek kitchens, the Italian manufacturer has entered the edgier realm of modular industrial chic, thanks to its collaboration with Diesel. The Diesel Social Kitchen (from $15,000) incorporates steel, scraped woods, and wire mesh–embedded glass in its cabinetry and includes trolleys and other freestanding storage units. 212.219.0910, www.scavolinisohogallery.com  

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