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STRATO presents its creative evolution, from sculptural kitchen islands to a new avant-garde project, in collaboration with Edda Biermann, has created a special idea. With its staggered shapes and its assembly of precious materials, STRATO’s new kitchen island is dedicated to Berlin.
STRATO presents its creative evolution, starting from sculptural kitchen islands to reach a new avant-garde project in collaboration with Edda Biermann, a Berlin-based architect who, inspired by the love for her city, has created a special idea. STRATO’s new sculptural kitchen island is dedicated to Berlin.
Since the fall of the Wall, the city has been constantly changing. East and West are united, and the old points of passage are barely visible. Different cultures and languages are increasingly shaping its image. The only thing that didn’t undergo any changes, a part of Berlin’s tradition and nature, is the height of its buildings: looking at the skyline, one notices little difference in their heights. No excessive upward momentum. No outliers. Skyline B is a memento of Berlin at this time in history, reflecting a style kept for over 25 years. At present, there are several currents that push for a change of direction. High-rise buildings seem an unstoppable trend but the city’s authorities are reluctant. However, loosening these rigid provisions also means adapting to other cities in order to keep pace. To follow the trend.
Skyline B draws inspiration from the skylight of Berlin. Made in marble and titanium, hand-finished with the highest Italian precision, elegant like the center of the city. This work is a declaration of love to Berlin.