The Cut kitchen is not just a kitchen, it’s a sculptural piece with personality – a place to chat and adapt to the needs of its users. The base of the kitchen is a 3D figure cut into two parts. The two parts then rotate and are locked in position to present the configuration selection that suits the aesthetics of the space and user requirements. A line cuts through the top block and forms the slot for a table surface. This table can be moved and rotated horizontally. The user can ultimately determine the final configuration of his kitchen. A sequence of rhythmic profiles with built-in LEDs creates a changing configuration of an elegant hanging area and includes units that slide smoothly down from the frame for use as both display and storage.