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February 13, 2018
Celebrity chef Aldo Zilli unveiled the world’s most costly kitchen last evening – complete with a Swarovski Crystal chandelier, solid copper partitions and handcrafted appliances.
The ‘Fiore di Cristallo’ kitchen, by main designer Claudio Celiberti, took more than a 12 months to craft from the pure crystal of Murano and the best stone.
But such luxurious cooking area comes with an eight-month waiting checklist because of the bespoke design work involved and a hefty pricetag of £1m.
Peak of luxurious: The £1m ‘Fiore di Cristallo’ kitchen is the creation of designer Claudio Celiberti and was unveiled by celeb chef Aldo Zilli in Mayfair last night. The world’s most costly kitchen, it comes with an eight-month waiting listing. The centrepiece is a £36,850 ‘island’ made from stable Murano crystal
Illuminating: The kitchen comes geared up with a £26,400 bespoke Swarovski chandelier, which projects gentle to bounce off the cut crystal cabinet fronts and worktops
The kitchen was launched at an unique party co-hosted by Mr Zilli at One Mayfair in London.
Consumers can choose opulent ending touches, together with copper lining, on the 27 cabinets, which cost over £400,000 to design and include a 9mm crystal door and handle.
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The centrepiece is a unique ‘crystal island’ price £36,850, illuminated by a £26,four hundred Swarovski chandelier.
The basin can also be made from crystal and prices £2,680, whereas the Philip Starck taps, chrome clad in crystal, are valued at £1,600.
Then you will want a stretch of stone worktop at £6,850 and a few handcrafted German appliances from Gaggenau at £24,000.
The fridge alone is £5,000, whereas extras together with a wine climate cabinet and an espresso coffee machine are £2,762 and £1,714 respectively.
Opulence: The basin is price £2,680 and comes fitted with £1,600 chrome taps clad in crystal by Philip Starck. The appliances, meanwhile, are custom made by the German firm Gaggenau and can cost £24,000.
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