Architizer award winning ”hyper kitchen” by Nero Cucine

Italian brand, Nero Cucine, announced it has been recognized with a prestigious Architizer A+ Award in the Kitchen Cabinetry & Millwork products category for its Hyper Kitchen N0 37, whose main feature is a dynamic countertop that can be raised to turn an elegant block into a fully functional kitchen.


Lifting up the countertop, unveiling the light from within.
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At first glance, this kitchen is striking for its inherent sculptural simplicity and monolithic look: a precious surface made of Corian (or marble), seemingly inadequate for prepping elaborate meals, can be lifted through the innovative Wing Top mechanism designed by Nero Cucine to uncover a stainless steel countertop featuring a working area with a welded sink and a retractable faucet. The Wing Top mechanism is completely concealed, and it is operated manually, ensuring smooth operability and durability over time. Once the top is fully up, forming a 90 degree angle with the under surface, it turns de facto into a backsplash equipped with a sensor LED light pointed on the cooking counter.


N037 all closed stands as an elegant monolithic block.
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The flap up countertop integrates an LED strip underneath.
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The stainless steel backsplash alleviates the potential concern of staining the material on the exposed top, and it simultaneously adds a very clean aesthetic to the design.


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The kitchen redefines the traditional paradigm of function versus form by creating two distinct instances where one can prevail over the other. When the countertop is closed, the monolithic island exists as a sculptural piece. When raised and recessed, it becomes a highly functional workspace. For its versatility, it is an ideal solution for aesthetes who like to entertain and appreciate an elevated culinary experience assisted by technological innovations, but also for a high-end commercial space, like an art gallery, a showroom, or an executive office.


Drawers can be made in dovetail solid wood. Photo credit: Nero Cucine


A detail of the innovative tubular structure inside. Photo credit: Nero Cucine

The Hyper Kitchen N037 also features an innovative and sustainable tubular steel structure that contains top-of-the-line Boom Motion Legrabox drawers, available in either metal or solid walnut dovetail. This model is equipped with internal LED lights that confer dynamism and bring it to life.


Drawer option in stainless steel.
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While the use of exclusive materials on the exterior radiates an exquisite aesthetic, the tubular stainless steel used on the internal structure adds timeless charm, lightness, and tactile pleasure.


The stainless steel undercounter, sink and pull up faucet.
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The Hyper Kitchens by Nero Cucine are the result of years of design and engineering research & development carried out by a new generation of kitchen innovators who take the best traditions of Italian craftsmanship and project them into the future.


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About Nero Cucine

Nero Cucine was founded by engineer turned entrepreneur, Bartolomeo Bellati, and designer Stefano Venier. The company’s global marketing headquarters and flagship showroom is located in the Soho design district of New York City. Nero Cucine is revolutionizing the world of interiors with the concept of 'Hyper Kitchens.' Each piece is a unique blend of performance, design, and noble materials, heightening their exclusivity. Nero offers a futuristic design and living experience comprised of beauty, sustainability, and functionality. All components are designed and created by a professional production team to provide an effortless, yet luxurious cooking and entertaining experience. Each piece is custom-made in Italy with the latest artisanal techniques.