X factor: Isola Cross by Elmar Cucine

Kitchen brand Elmar Cucine released Isola Cross, a steel island system featuring large, X-shaped legs. Designed by Italian designers Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, Isola Cross is characterized by its three sets of crossed legs. It also has sleek architectural lines and a stainless steel top equipped with an integrated hob and sink. It serves as a workstation around which the rest of the kitchen revolves. The top is available in a variety of different sizes.

Elmar Cucine is based in Treviso in northeastern Italy.

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