What’s on the table
by Thomas Edelmann | 4/27/2016
The project is characterised by its taut lines, which aim to integrate the structural and the visual part of the furniture item in order to obtain a scenographic and rigorous object that is inspired by the volumes typical of architecture, but conceived fo
r the domestic environment in general and not only for the kitchen.
The choice of materials proposed for the finishes of doors and tops are tempered optical glass and white Carrara marble, chosen to give highly prestigious aesthetic solutions or to n
aturally compliment more traditional kitchen structures. In the glass version, G.Box finds its maximum visual interpretation in the top: light passing through glass brings out the volume of the kitchen, creating a dialogue between the rigorous design and
the intensity of the material. Technology used to create the marble finish has produced light, resistant doors.
The structure of this island kitchen consists of an aluminium cage (ALSystem technology) and has the following dimensions: 120, 180, 240
, 300 cm in length, 80 in depth and 90.8 in height. The frame of the door, onto which the chosen material is glued, is also made of natural anodised aluminium.
The worktop continues sideways down to the floor, covering the short sides of the island u
nit and is available in thick crystal glass and in white Carrara marble (both 15mm thick).
The worktops can be fitted with electrical appliances and sinks. The series also envisages overhanging peninsular worktops, completely made of glossy, satined
stainless steel, designed to rest on the worktop. These steel elements can be used both as containers for built-in hobs, or as breakfast bars.
G.Box has its own hood in the centre of the room (width 120 cm, with various heights), entirely made of st
|Width||1200 mm / 1800 mm / 2400 mm / 3000 mm|
|Cupboard front finish||with drawers|
shades of brown