jonas lindvall presents carrara marble kitchen concept for ballingslöv
all images courtesy of ballingslöv




the latest kitchen concept by swedish architect & designer jonas lindvall — for ballingslöv — was presented during a solo exhibition at landskrona konsthall last week. made of carrara marble, the island unit contains cabinets of white-pigmented ash with doors covered in 6mm thick marble veneer. the piece’s countertop is solid, measuring 3,000mm x 650mm and is 100mm thick.

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the conceptual kitchen piece was designed by jonas lindvall 




marble in the home and kitchen is nothing new. as a natural material it is highly durable, easy to maintain, and is by nature cool to the touch. but lindvall’s material choice is more than practical. the designer explains, ‘marble has a calm, soothing psychological quality I find very attractive. it also has a sense of presence and provenance characteristic of natural materials.’ ballingslöv is one of leading manufacturers of kitchen and bathroom furnishings, and storage systems, in scandinavia. the concept is the latest collaboration between the company and lindvall, marking a working relationship of nearly 15 years. 

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the concept emphasizes the naturally beautiful, luxurious characteristics of carrara marble


video courtesy of ballingslöv AB

the unit contains cabinets in white pigmented ash, with doors covered in a 6 mm thick marble veneer

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the solid counter measures 3000 mm x 650 mm and is 100 mm thick 



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edited by: nick brink | designboom