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Kitchen of the Week: Dark and Moody Kitchens from Pitt in the Netherlands

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Kitchen of the Week: Dark and Moody Kitchens from Pitt in the Netherlands

October 31, 2019

We recently discovered the Pitt cooking system from the Netherlands, an interesting option for the home cook. “Because the burners are directly integrated into your countertop,” they say, “and the technical parts are hidden below the countertop, you can determine the placement of the burners.” In the US, the system is available via AJ Madison.

Here’s a look at some projects from their portfolio:

A kitchen by Key Cucine with a a black marble countertop and inset burners from Pitt.
Above: A kitchen by Key Cucine with a a black marble countertop and inset burners from Pitt.
A detail of the inset burners.
Above: A detail of the inset burners.
A noirish kitchen from Pitt&#8
Above: A noirish kitchen from Pitt’s portfolio.
Pitt burners in a Boffi Code kitchen.
Above: Pitt burners in a Boffi Code kitchen.
Pitt burners in a Cesar NYC kitchen.
Above: Pitt burners in a Cesar NYC kitchen.
A matte black counter with inset burners.
Above: A matte black counter with inset burners.

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