September 28, 2009

Italian kitchen design gets tested

interiors lifestyle

I was requested to shoot images of ArcLinea branded kitchens for the Estonian interior & lifestyle magazine Eramu. ArcLinea is a high-end Italian kitchen brand.
The plan was to make interior shots of kitchens already installed in homes and later have an Italian meal prepared by an Italian cook in the example kitchen at the resellers’. This is how it turned out.









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