Prime is designed to express the full potential of a kitchen featuring recessed opening. It comes in a range of different compositions designed to meet the most sophisticated aesthetic demands. The finger recess runs seamlessly the length and breadth of the product and ends on the side panels, an alternative solution to the finished sides, offering ample scope for personalization. The Prime door is shaped at the top at 45° to make opening simpler and more ergonomic.Continue reading
Trim is a revolution. Space is the main feature of this system, a more rational and flexible way of experiencing the kitchen, designed for fast-paced contemporary life through a combination of technology and functionality.
Drawers, doors and wall units are no longer enough. Now, there are accessorised back panels: a space between the wall unit and the worktop that becomes available by moving sliding glass doors that work with a mechanism patented by Dada. LED lighting and electrical sockets also make the accessorised back panel the technological centre of Trim.
This timeless classic has been radically changed with a project by Dante Bonuccelli. The construction technique evolves to layer different materials, compensating the tensions and designing new proportions and distinctive technical details, such as the new hinged door opening mechanism that allows the door to rotate in a particular way. Overlapping of subtle lines on the worktops, which hide the technology behind the processes.Continue reading
A simple, unitary, linear design which, in 2018, is embellished with the new Frame Door. Frame made of titan aluminium and pewter, with a selection of quality finishes for the fronts. The top of the door is shaped to ensure an ergonomic grip.Continue reading
Vincent Van Duysen reinterprets the recessed handle detail in a modern and sophisticated key, working on the contrast between the slim side and end units and the considerable thickness of the worktops, which fit in, interrupting the linearity of the worktop, with stone sink bowls. The alternating materials and the interplay of solids
and voids give rise to a dynamic and at once sophisticated kitchen.