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WPA showroom, formerly the Italian kitchen purveyor Arclinea, will add two kitchens to their high style pieces. One is Antonio Citterio's Spatia, a sleek lined minimalist kitchen that serves to make the kitchen less of an imposing force, and more of a discreet room that hides all kitchen functions and appliances. The other is called the Laevia, whose green design is stain and scratch resistant, and is also resistant to high temps. The green design extends to its materials too, made from eco-friendly laminate, melamine and 100% recycled wood. We can't wait to install one of these bad boys in our newly renovated, expansive, multi-level brick and timber loft (in our dreams). Go there to check the kitchens out. [Racked Inbox]