Italia is a professional kitchen for the home, perfect for home chefs who want to experience restaurant-style performance within their own four walls. Steel is the main player: tensile, hygienic and indestructible. All the layouts adhere to the same principle: generous worktops alongside spacious tall units with efficient, well-planned internal accessories, extended hobs, two separate washing areas, one for pots and pans and the other for food preparation.
The main players of Lignum et Lapis are stone and wood: materials used exclusively for design and project creativity. Formal study and technologies have allowed the production of islands, worktops and workbenches in stone: true physical industrial sculptures. The unusual door enhances the fineness of natural wood with its exclusive stave design in variable widths and distances. It is available in various finishes: larch, mahogany, Nordic Oak and in all the lacquer colours from the Collection.
Convivium is open space, a kitchen as an agile organised area, where being together becomes something to share anew every day, a place where a whole series of concrete actions – storing, preparing, cooking – are turned into rituals and emotions. Aromas in the kitchen tell of familiar tales or distant places, old recipes are handed down and new ones experimented and most importantly, everyone eats together around the big table. Convivium furnishes the walls of a room that becomes warm, welcoming and functional, with island-table in the centre and canopy shelves running round the whole room at picture rail height.
Beta enables versatile design of any kitchen, integrating with all the elements in the Arclinea Collection to make every single project unique. It features an integrated horizontal handle that runs the length of the door. With minimum design and totally practical, the Beta handle is a painted aluminium profile in a steel or black finish, or in the same finish as the door. Thanks to the construction flexibility of the door, available in two design options, the handle can be integrated in a horizontal or vertical position.
Principia teams a grained wood in a “rough” finish with stainless steel in the innovative colours generated with the PVD (Physical Vapour Deposition) technological process. Natural materials, innovative production technologies and artisan details in a dialogue with each other and with the evolution of work zones. The resulting new units, dressers and dedicated storage units are then developed internally to become true work zones.