Contemporary kitchen ARTEMATICA PIGMENTUS

contemporary kitchen
contemporary kitchen
contemporary kitchen
contemporary kitchen
contemporary kitchen
contemporary kitchen
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lacquered, matte, high-gloss finish


Thanks to ou technology, the Artematica Pigmentus door, although lacquered, is very light because it is composed of a panel that is only 6mm thick combined with an aluminium structural frame.For this reason it has none of the problems connected with the weight of traditionally lacquered doors that in the long run jeopordize the functionality of the hinges. As a consquence, the doors remain perfectly aligned as time goes by. The lacquered door is available in a vast range of colours with matt or gloss finishes. The lacquer has a polyester base coat that guarantees excellent resistance to impact and a mirror-effect surface that is there to last.The matt lacquered door is obtained by integrating microscopic balls of rilsan in the varnish that give it a slight orange peel effect and make it more resistant to scratches and abrasions. WELLBEING - textured surfaces enhance tactile experiences - rounded door and worktop edges for more safety and cleaning ease TIMELESS - 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 INNOVATION - the first kitchen with an aluminium door structure that supports “pure”, non-bonded, materials - the first kitchen in the world with a door in layered laminate covered with wood and aluminium - the first kitchen with a door fitted with a rubber soft-close seal


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