Launched at the Milan Design Week 2016, LEPIC by Jasper Morrison is a stylish kitchen range inspired by three cities, as seen and experienced by the designer. Milan, Stockholm, and Tokyo are symbolically represented through different styles and finishes in the three kitchen designs, yet they are all linked through their common purpose and overall minimalist appearance. Designed for Italian company Schiffini, the kitchens use a mix of materials that include natural wood like Douglas fir and solid oak, Fenix laminate, and stainless steel. A practical rail system offers a convenient way to save space and to organize utensils and ingredients, as it features hooks, shelves but also a storage space for knives and a wine glass hanger. Tokyo boasts predominantly white cabinets with light brown accents, recreating the Japanese minimalism and clean aesthetic beautifully. For Stockholm, Morrison used a warmer wood, with organic patterns highly visible across the surface of the wood, complemented by black details. Milan features contemporary style and refinement through the use of matte black surfaces and sandy brown accents. Without a doubt, all the designs have a timeless and universal appeal that makes them ideal for enhancing the appearance of any home. Image courtesy of Schiffini.