WAY | Ceramic kitchen
Ceramic kitchen with island
Way. A design with well-defined proportions, minimalist contours and a sophisticated range of finishes and colours. These are the key concepts behind the project, which completes Snaidero's design challenge that started with Orange and continued with Code. The goal was to develop a modern, integrated commercial proposal that would distinguish itself on the market while at the same time responding fully to market demands in terms of design, quality, customisation potential and competitiveness. WAY represents a pure and clear-cut architectural design. The fusion of volumes and the modularity of the units are enhanced by an apparent simplicity which is built on careful attention to detail. The main characteristic of this project is its impressively clean aesthetic and style. The design's distinguishing feature is the WAY it highlights the continuity that exists between elements.
Tactile materials, sleek silhouettes and pure design talent: as is our wont, we have pushed back the frontiers with our research once again. Created without handles, Snaidero's Way is a design with well-defined proportions, minimalist contours and a sophisticated range of finishes and colours. It will be coming to Eurocucina 2016 under a completely new guise: in close harmony with nature, Way will be on show with an essential layout and materials with a wonderfully natural feel. Ceramics and Wood.
The large central work island has been entirely made in stone-effect ceramic with a three-dimensional look for the doors and top. This lends the kitchen a monolithic effect as well as ensuring superb efficiency (high heat resistance, stainproof and scratch proof). Encased in tactile yet rigorous stone frames, the work zones excel in terms of ergonomic comfort.
The heart of the kitchen buzzes with technology: rigorous and harmonious on the inside, functional and efficient on the inside. The cupboards all come with retractable doors built-in down to the ground and finished in Palude oak wood. They open to reveal inner fixtures made specially by Snaider the Passpartout collection - an open flexible system which uses an array of different containers and utensils whose range of design details and material choices allow the customer to personalise his own space in utter freedom.
Description of finishing details for eurocucina 2016 version
Ceramic door thickn. 3 mm savoy pearl stone. Cupboards in palude oakwood. 8 mm thick ceramic worktop savoy pearl stone with 45° cut.
Inner spaces laid out with fixtures for snaidero's passpartout collection.