What’s on the table
The guiding aesthetic principle of the collection is its sense of horizontality, provided by both the large, basic modules and the slatted version in walnut, which explicitly affirms the relationship between Schiffini and the sea.
The walnut slats w
ith black inlays, like caulking, characterise its design and are reminiscent of the teak roof of a boat, here taken onto a vertical surface, enriched by the semicircular metal handle that evokes a ship's wheel on a hob surface.
A blatantly glamorous
kitchen, it combines the neatness of its design with the warmth of the materials of doors and top.
It is available in the following finishes:
- opaque lacquered, polished or macroter in the colours of the series
- walnut with black silkscr
The exclusive element is the curved polished chrome-plated metal handle, whole on drawers and split in half on the doors.
The sectional structure allows great freedom for different designs and envisages a complete programme of conventiona
l doors for floor units and column units and conventional and folding doors for the wall units. The extractable elements have two exclusive programmes of small and large drawers, "Box One System" (30 cm - 60 cm module) and "Space System&quo
t; (75 cm- 150 cm module).
As in all the models of the Schiffini collection, it can be designed with the exclusive ALSystem body made entirely of drawn natural chemical anodised aluminium, 18 and 32 mm thick, entirely damp-proof, hygienic and unalter
able over time. The back and bottom of the units are made of white HPL laminate, 4 mm thick, also water resistant. Interior shelves are made of tempered glass. Alternatively, there is the new grey melamine body with water-resistant wood fibre panels, made
with a material obtained from 100% recycled wood (ecological panel), 18 mm thick and melamine-faced.
|Cupboard front finish||with drawers|
shades of brown
shades of beige
shades of yellow
shades of grey
shades of green
shades of orange
shades of red