The kitchens are increasingly integrated into open spaces that connect the different areas of the house.
We do not want to see sinks or hobs but pure and plain elements that just provide us water and avoid smokes and odors.
If we now had to launch a system that allows us to fill a pan of water by some revolutionary process of chemical engineering, who would want to fit a tap in their kitchen?
This kitchen made with gloss porcelanic material with an imitation of Carrara marble and Sedamat lacquer, offers all the typical comforts and functionalities of a kitchen but in its interior.
The island holds the cooking and water area as well as a storage area at the back made with smoked Eucalyptus veneer that is the warm point of the kitchen, as well as the lateral wall that is made with the same material.
The tall units section is made entirely with the porcelanic material and with symmetrical and hidden opening system.