The minimal and clean line of Tokyo 44 is enhanced by the chromatic choice that gives the geometric and linear forms of the kitchen, notes of elegant simplicity. The white of the surfaces is interrupted by the only central cappuccino elm peninsula, which seems to express almost an invitation to be welcomed towards other domestic environments. The light illuminates every surface without encountering obstacles in the wall units or bookcases. The spaces for storing everyday objects are divided between the built-in wall, at the center of which is the oven that transmits the heat of the domestic hearth and the low and long drawers located at the bottom. The hob is in fiberglass and the hood that protrudes just a little from the wall, almost looks like a contemporary painting at the center of the scene. This kitchen conveys the purity and elegance of the entire line.