Gibilterra, perfect synthesis.
Gibilterra represents the perfect synthesis of kitchens with groove and handle that brings together the benefits of both. The vertical profile is slightly curved and the handle is fitted at the top of the door, and it consists in a special aluminium profile with die-cast elements, which is combined with the innovative curved design of the door – thereby creating a new look for the door itself, a perfect synthesis between groove and handle.
010 Olmo Dark 209-XF Grigio Tegal
London loft in Battersea, set along the banks of the river Tames and originally rooms intended for manufacturing processes. The borough underwent a transformation from countryside to industrial area up to its current appearance. This house is precisely the result of a conversion of an industrial space. After the renovation, one can still see strong and recognizable elements of industrial architecture, like the glass windows with the metal frames, the walls with white painted bricks, the exposed metal beams and cement flooring.
The house’s architecture and design of the kitchen lead to captivating effects in terms of shapes, colours, finishes and materials. This is a corner composition: the line of the wall units turns into a wide space to contain electrical appliances and a larder; the working area alternates operating functions and a table top. The composition is completed by a wall-hung sideboard that is perfect to contain accessories for lunch time.