The Turandot kitchen centres on a kitchen island, with a built-in dining nook on one end providing a cosy spot for breakfast or lunch.
To enhance the welcoming atmosphere for entertaining, an ice bucket is embedded in the adjacent countertop for serving chilled drinks.
Bartolin designed the kitchen to provide plenty of practical storage space while evoking a sense of slow living through curved forms and traditional details.
"Kitchen trends are circular, which is why we are always looking for new ideas from old things," said Bortolin. "And I believe that retro is not about duplication, but about innovation."
The Turandot kitchen is made of lacquered wood with light colour palette of blue-grey, cream white and walnut grain.
Dezeen Showroom offers an affordable space for brands to launch new products and showcase their designers and projects to Dezeen's huge global audience. For more details email [email protected].
Dezeen Showroom is an example of partnership content on Dezeen. Find out more about partnership content here.