01 product description
The Aprile kitchen is a new project designed to emphasise the value of using natural materials. The kitchen is planned using new treated wood finishes, stainless steel and stone in different thicknesses, creating new solutions for worktops and peninsular eating areas. Extractor hoods use an innovative externally vented system, and the project is further complemented by stainless steel legs on breakfast bar tops in solid wood. Suspended wall units are available with open face or sliding door options, with integrated lighting and available in different finishes, or can be used between worktop and bar top. The project uses standard existing specifications and sizing for the carcasses, with the benefits this brings for unified modular integration.
The interior of the carcasses have an exclusive finish: an anthracite grey or graphite oak wood effect. The handle is inserted in side or upper door edge thickness. Door finishes: M+ lacquer or Silcover, in the full range of Boffi colours; wood veneer (full range of wood finishes available from Boffi); thermally treated acacia; polyester, in the full range of Boffi colours and Corian®.
Top-hob inset version or flat worktop for the new collection of hob units. Tops in stainless steel 60/8 mm thick, Serena stone, Carrara marble, solid black granite. Large sink/top with recessed work surface that can integrate various accessories (e.g. sink, grill, chopping board).
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03 TagsBoffi Articles, Boffi Products, fairs, Interview, Italian Design, Living space kitchen, Piero Lissoni Articles, Piero Lissoni Products, Salone del Mobile 2012
04 Articles about Boffi and Piero Lissoni
5 Questions for Roberto Gavazzi
Ever since people have taken to settling in one place, the kitchen has formed the heart of the home. So in today’s market what sets one kitchen apart from the rest? Robert Volhard spoke to Roberto Gavazzi, CEO of Boffi, about the connections between kitchens and cars and how kitchens can improve our lives.› To the article
In search of the ideal kitchen
This year, those who wanted to see innovative kitchen design, were not restricted to the Milan trade fair grounds but had to traipse around the showrooms scattered across the city.› To the article
Strategy of refinement
In conversation with Norbert Wangen about his new "k20", what you learn from snagging your fingers, and the slowness required when designing.› To the article