The art of pure volumes
Steel is being used more and more often in the kitchen because of its technical characteristics of resistance and hygiene as well as the sense of professionalism that it gives off. Steel does however have one serious fault: it shows handprints even if the hands are clean. We have adopted a new treatment for steel which, through a special varnish, eliminates the bothersome problem of fingerprints.
The steel surfaces of the doors, so easily reachable by kids, turns into a “road map” of stains and fingerprints. The new finish means it is no longer necessary to keep kids from playing in the kitchen. It is available for use in doors, which are the parts most exposed to fingerprints. The other elements of the kitchen, such as the worktop and the back, are in normal steel.
The equipped steel backpanel, in the composition with the cook, is a prototype under engineering phase.
textured surfaces enhance tactile experiences
rounded door and worktop edges for more safety and cleaning ease
- glass doors can be customised by means of a special inlay technique
- laminates are extremely water, heat and steam resistant
- the lightest lacquered door in the world means longer lasting hinges
- all the materials must pass strict quality tests before being approved
- the first kitchen with an aluminium door structure that supports “pure”, non-bonded,
- the first kitchen in the world with a door in layered laminate covered with wood and
- the first kitchen with a door fitted with a rubber soft-close seal