01 product description
Once the success of single block consolidate kitched K2-K3-K4 consolidated, the compact island concept is widened, but with a higher capacity and with more integrated functions. It a singel block and selfstanding unit, holding all the required functions as to kitchen and host guests. A beautiful and elegant furnishing unit openable to reveal a highly technological and modern kitchen unit. With its high quality design and elegant finishes in Corian® or stainless steel it represents the most longed for single block/dining unit. The kitchen is structured according to the same design. When it is closed it consists of a single block, about 5 meters, but it is simply enough to laterally slide the silent top in stainless steel to crete a linear top to be used as bar counter or as space to serve dishes or dine. Thus it is possible to discover sophisticated surfaces to prepared and cook dishes and a disappearing washing area. The cube holds a cooking top and individually welded sinks, fitted with solid hand-manufactured stainless steel taps. The rectangular unit
can host the oven (or the ovens), the refrigerator, the dish-washer, extractable doors to close a storage unit fitted with internal drawers. The high kitchen quality stands out through the hand-finished base units and details of corners and top corners in stainless steel.
Sliding working top hiding a cooker with four cooking hobs and a sink with a
designed tap in solid stainless steel, a drawer, a lower opene unit, the refrigerator unit (L 60cm), the dish washer (L 45 cm) and an oven/microwave oven (L 60 cm).
|4910 mm, 6420 mm|
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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
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