Kitchen, Marble, Metal, and Metal Two of chef André Chiang’s restaurants have appeared on the annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. So it makes sense that at his new home in Taiwan, which he largely designed himself, the kitchen takes center stage. To outfit it, André worked with Vipp, the maker of everything from the black steel island and stainless steel countertops to the faucets, cabinets, shelves, pendant light fixtures—even the tea kettle and trash bin. The wall is clad in Dekton by Cosentino. The wooden Thai stool is an heirloom from André’s wife’s family, and the white vase is from Ditte Fischer.  Best Kitchen Photos from Michelin Starred Chef André Chiang’s New Home in Rural Taiwan