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Jaime Navarro

A Contemporary Village Kitchen

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The project finds inspiration in the kitchens of villages: those where meal preparation uses firewood and smoke, and as a result of this, the shade of the walls gets dark. And also those where there’s a smell of wet soil and the utensils are made of pewter and clay and the whole space revolves around the act of feeding the soul.

photo_credit Jaime Navarro
Jaime Navarro

 

Materiality in its purest form, of each of the elements that make up the space, is the leading thread of the proposal; apparent concrete, burned wood and volcanic stone plates complement the discourse, crowned by a suspended metallic gabion which contains broken pieces of clay objects: everyday use food and drink containers such as plates, pots, jars and glasses amongst others.

photo_credit Jaime Navarro
Jaime Navarro

The functional scheme of the space seeked, through a couple of perpendicular slabs held by a conical shaped metallic structure (evident allusion to the Popocatépetl volcano), to develop a diferente way to understand and to live a contemporary kitchen, one with aroma of firewood and coal.

photo_credit Jaime Navarro
Jaime Navarro
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