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Neil Lerner | The ‘Silent Move’ worktop

Furniture Silent-move worktop S.Rm 1

The ultimate hi-tech island unit transforms to become almost a complete kitchen in its own right

A feat of engineering, this massive piece slides smoothly and silently open, creating worksurfaces/breakfast bar and revealing a hidden working kitchen beneath. Absolutely minimalist in conception, the island’s 12cm thick tops are clad in composite stone in a choice of 10 colours, and the superb ‘floating’ action is made possible by advanced technology. Sliding the island open and closed is a pleasure in itself…

Silent-move worktop S.Rm2

Fans of highly architectural kitchens will find the Silent-Move Kitchen irresistible. Price for the transforming island unit shown is from £20,000 (inc. sink, folding tap, hob, cupboards and bin unit). A 600mm base unit is from £250. Matching or contrasting living room elements including wall cupboards and shelving are also available.

Designer: Neil Lerner
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