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Bazzèo | Marron Glace

Furniture Bazzèo | Marron Glace

Bazzèo | Marron GlaceBazzeo, the environmentally conscious US manufacturer, is introducing its newest innovative line, called “Marron Glace”. Made of reclaimed wood, cabinets are in a casing of Glass, and are the first luxury kitchen of its kind made from recycled and recyclable materials.  Clean, Green and made in the USA. “In designing this kitchen we were inspired by the French delicacy “Marron Glace” (glazed chestnut). The idea was to create kitchen cabinets made of hardwood walnut floating in glass cubes. Our goal was to bring lightness and sleekness to highly crafted wood cabinetry. Just as any pinnacle gastronomic experience is also a visual one this kitchen celebrates technology and functionality with exceptional elegance and grace. The result we hope enhances the appetite and inspires culinary novelty,” says Eran Chen, Director of ODA-Architecture, the designer of the new luxury line.

Bazzèo | Marron GlaceThe interior casing including doors and drawer fronts, as well as paneling, are created using a walnut reclaimed solid wood on certified MDF. Doors and drawers were finished using a water-based, non-toxic stain. Besides the earth-friendly cabinetry, the presentation features energy efficient appliances by Fagor and a quartz counter-top from CaesarStone. With less waste during the manufacturing process as well as an extensive selection of eco-sensitive materials to choose from, the Bazzèo kitchen can be designed for a green environment without compromising on design. Bazzèo kitchens are manufactured in Secaucus, New Jersey, using recycled and regenerated wood from certified resources as well as the use of non-toxic laminates, aluminum, glass and technical veneers.

Bazzèo | Marron GlaceKitchens by Bazzèo use only lumber, veneers and wood panels from fully managed and sustainable forests. Bazzèo products may contribute towards specific credits under the US Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) criteria.

Designer: Bazzèo
Project name: Marron Glace

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