Claudio Celiberti designs the world’s most expensive kitchen worth a million pound
We have earlier seen Marazzi Design’s world’s most expensive fitted kitchen besides the Electrolux £250,000 kitchen that comes complete with $100k Molteni range. Now, UK-based designer Claudio Celiberti known for pushing boundaries in bespoke exteriors and interiors, and has created some of the world’s most expensive residences and commercial spaces for those who share his passion for striking architecture, fine craftsmanship and extravagant materials has now created the world’s first million-pound kitchen. Unveiled by an Italian born celebrity chef who specializes in Italian cuisine Aldo Zilli at an exclusive event held at One Mayfair, London; this world’s most expensive kitchen dubbed as the ‘Fiore di Cristallo’ takes the domestic kitchen to the next level.
Claudio Celiberti’s made no compromises to create this perfect million pound ‘Fiore di Cristallo’ masterpiece, and used striking design qualities, exquisite natural materials and fine Italian craftsmanship.
Exclusively handcrafted in Italy in over 12 months of time, this opulent kitchen is not only functional but is also a work of art.
This ostentatious cooking space which now comes with an 8-month waiting list, comes complete with sparkling Swarovski Crystal chandelier, solid copper walls and finest handcrafted kitchen appliances, while featuring only the highest-quality materials including the world famous Crystal of Murano.
The highlight of the Fiore di Cristallo kitchen is an exclusive crystal island worth $59,100, which is illuminated by a dazzling Swarovski Crystal chandelier worth $42,350, along with some handmade German appliances worth $38,500, and a $10,990 stretch of stone workshop.
Further, the basin made of crystal values at $4,300, while the stylish Philip Starck taps are valued at $2,570.
Notably, the Fiore di Cristallo’s all of the 27 cabinets come fitted with Murano crystal handles and are fronted with a crystal doors of 9mm thickness.