External influences and materials research are the common denominators of this system, designed for the lovers of sobriety without compromising on colour. Orange Evolution has set itself the ambitious goal of making the aesthetic, functional, ergonomic and qualitative performance of high-level design accessible to a flexible and innovative project, without structural separations, but rather fluid and in continuity with the living environment. Let's discover the distinctive features of the project:
It consists of a profile-handle integrated in the door’s thickness and available in 8 painted colors.
BASE AND TALL UNITS – FLOATING EFFECT
The inclusion on the bases of a plinth set back and standing 23 or 10 cm high successfully re-creates the suspended effect, whilst at the same time ensuring better ergonomics in the use of the operative area of the kitchen. The versatility of the plinth is to be underlined because of its practical aspect that lets you have a visually light composition also there where there are no vertical structures to support the actual weight.
ONE-DOOR HORIZONTAL WALL UNITS
Available up to 240 cm width with lift-up opening system.
Ever-attentive to the latest furnishing trends, Orange Evolution offers an articulated system of open storage solutions allowing for infinite creations to create fluid, shared ambiances. Space is defined by large monochromatic units adjacent to coloured elements, and represented with details that considerably soften the visual impact: the withdrawn plinth, the large open bookshelf, the contaminations of a living space, all contribute to creating a fluid, light and informal atmosphere.
MIX & MATCH
Orange Evolution is an evolution of the modern kitchen, which already has essential forms, moving towards a more refined concept, where details create the style. The space is defined by large monochromatic units adjacent to coloured elements following a customised palette of colours. Colour becomes a complement that underlines the light details, such as the coloured thickness of doors and drawers. The same section is proposed in the large open aluminium coated bookcase, in a system of light frames and structures that is vaguely oriental.