If the name didn’t give it away, you would never guess that the Paperstone kitchen by Key is made of a new material made from recycled, eco-friendly paper. It’s shocking really, when you look at the pictures. Designed by Alessio Bassan, this contemporary Paperstone kitchen is made of recycled paper fiber and non-petroleum-based resins – turning it into an ideal surface for regular kitchen applications. To maintain that streamlined look while maximizing function, the design incorporates recessed handles, a sink with sunken taps and a board that can be placed a top for extra preparation room. Especially noteworthy is the checkerboard design, which gives the kitchen an interesting and unique appearance. Learn more at Key.