MaterialSelection_II: spotlight on materials
Colours and materials
Distinguishing features: walnut veneers and stained look lacquers
The undisputed stars of the show are the materials: Tussah Walnut with its elegant vertical grain for the large cabinets, Malé White Fenix NTM for the island worktop and base units, and slatted Nabuk Oak for the breakfast bench top, with the new adjustable Slender support.
Clean lines are also the distinguishing feature of the “Fluida” wall system, with 22 mm thick Tussah Walnut finished doors; the same finish is also applied to the wall claddings, for a truly eye-catching ensemble.
A highly effective scenic presence is provided by the twin island that marks both the cooking zone and the washing zone, which is integrated into the Pulpis Nat porcelain stoneware worktop. The work zones are inter-connected by the slatted Nabuk Oak breakfast bench. To provide elegant and functional furnishings for this generously-sized setting, why not equip the wall cladding in Gull Grey laminate with accessory hanging rails and Ulster Walnut shelves (4 cm thick), for a stylish and scenic solution.
Stained look lacquered doors in Stained Steel for the island and cabinets, Light Grey matt lacquered doors for the work area and open-fronted tall units, stainless steel for worktops.
A colour contrast is created by the Ebony Lapitec® worktops in Vesuvio finish and by the Vintage Oak breakfast bench.