The Ying Yang kitchen promotes oriental aesthetics

The popular Ying Yang symbol from the Chinese philosophy based on the concept of the unity of opposites always fascinated me. The stunning central island designed by Stefan Price for kitchen specialist Evitavonni reinforces the concept of ‘two mutually correlated opposites’ Just as the tongue-tingling hot flavor of Chinese cookery harmonizes with its comparatively bland counterpart, the Ying Yang kitchen accommodates the hob and oven (yang) in its black geography, as against sink, fridge and cooling components (ying) in the white segment.

The revolutionary design of this innovative concept may be perceived by some as an overstated and unproductive luxury, while the sagacious few would be elated to lodge this masterpiece in their high-end habitats for an asking price of £102,577 ($201,821).

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