Glass fitted kitchen without handles
With volumes designed to permit the use of different materials, creating a new form of compositional expression, Fusion Kitchen, the new kitchen designed by Daniele Lago. The three compact blocks fit together seamlessly, creating chromatic and material contrast that emphasises the encounter between volumes in different materials. The middle component is in Wildwood, an aged oak with a three-dimensional grain, and is flanked by massive marble blocks, made to appear light by suspension on extra-clear tempered glass.
Fusion Kitchen, which can be configured as a linear or corner-shaped island or wall model, surprises with its effect of solid materiality. LAGO is also introducing XGlass, a new technology for digitally printing the back of the glass, transforming it into a refined, innovative interpreter of natural elements, like marble.
XGlass gives the glass marble the appearance of veining that echoes the kitchen’s side volumes, creating continuity between counter and cabinet doors, and is available in four variations: Calacatta, Marble Grey, Nero Marquiña, Oxi Bronze. This new finish opens up fresh new possibilities for design and customisation, and can be used in various interior contexts and for a range of furnishings, like the N. O. W pantry, which, paired with Fusion, can be used to create unique combinations of materials.
FUSION KITCHEN was make its official debut at Eurocucina 2018 during the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan